I went to the OnDemand section of my Time Warner Cable Television provider and under Special Events.... there it was:
"Jay Johnson: The Two and Only." This is the first time I have seen my show on my television. All I had to do was click on the "purchase" button and Bingo.
I was very excited until I remembered... I have seen the show. The fact that I can find it is a moot point. I hope that all you Time Warner subscribers will find it and watch.
I feel like I am preaching to the choir since most of the readers of this blog have seen the show live and already ordered it.
This blog is mostly steam of consciousness for me, and since mostly all I can think about is how the show is selling, this narrative gets boring even for me.
I once saw a guy playing saxophone on a New York Subway train. A few people gave him money. He said, "The deal is I keep playing until I get enough money to move on." He looked into the collection hat and said, "This is not enough." and kept playing. Someone threw in a twenty and he immediately stopped playing and moved on.
Here is the point of that story. I have to keep promoting my show until it at least breaks even. Only then can the "Home for Wooden Children" benefit from the bounty. So there you are... I am a broken record and a loop tape about it until I can afford to move on.
More later from most of these same Internet channels.
As you were,