And now we enter endgame…
With 4 days left of the 31 Questions crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, we’ve raised the unbelievable amount of $1,692!
We’ve already long since surpassed our original goal of $1,000. But can we now get to $2,000? It’s up to YOU.
Here are some tasty morsels that might convince you to contribute…
Want to impress your friends and family with your knowledge of answers? Do it via this convenient “Moderator Mug”, while also questioning whether they too are aware of the answer that you yourself claim to know. Featuring a drinkable TV’s Anthony McCormack in his signature pointing pose, this mug will make a welcome addition to your cupboard or dishwasher. Available now for $31. All proceeds go towards production of Season 2 of 31 Questions!
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How cool is that!?!?
We’re already using this money to pay for tapes, printing, hard drives, set materials, electronic components for the new buzzers, postage, “fabulous” prizes, parking, costumes and all matter of miscellaneous things needed to make some sort of television show.
It’s very touching knowing there’s so much love out there for this scruffy underdog of a game show. I had an exchange of Facebook messages over the weekend from a gentleman in Chicago, who informs me his whole family has been enjoying Season 1 on YouTube.
And what put the biggest smile on my face was finding out his 7-year-old son has been repeatedly quoting the punchline “Just my colon”, as delivered by Sophie Loughran in Episode 4, and “dying laughing”. Evidently, American children are better educated on punctuation than their Aussie counterparts. I don’t think I learned what a colon was (either definition) until I was twice that age.
This might be good karma for all the times I myself have quoted The Blues Brothers, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, National Lampoon’s Vacation and any other motion picture set in The Windy City.
Keep those donations coming in. They’re making a big difference. I’ll leave you with some more Season 1 outtakes, highlighting a few community TV problems. Hopefully we’ll avoid them in Season 2. But somehow, I doubt it…
David M. Green
No sir, Mayor Daley doesn’t dine here any more. He’s dead sir.