Thank You All

Thanks to your help and that of family members, it looks like we’ll be OK for now. You’ve been very supportive and I can’t thank you enough. This thing hit us kind of hard with 5 days of notice and one way or another I will figure out a way to make ends meet next month… like everyone else does these days. Thanks for the advice, the donations and the moral support you guys supplied me with. It means a lot to know you guys are out there and got my back.

5 Responses

  1. Good luck. I gave a little, Wish it could be more.

  2. Scott,

    I will send you a couple of duckets once all my bills are accounted for this month.

    I don’t always agree with what you have to say, but I know you have authenticity that is rare in these times.

    Google “steemit” it’s a publishing platform where content creators make money by getting their articles upvoted. If an article gets big even the first commenters make money.

    With your hard hitting style you should do well there. Also think about throwing together a podcast. If you so choose you can post the synopses to steemit.

    I wish I had the time to explain how steemit works, better have done it already anyway.

    If I was you, I would steer your readers to steemit by only publishing the first paragraph here and having them click “continue reading” on steemit.

    I guarantee you will start earning money in a few weeks.

    The donation model does not work, everyone is trying to save a dollar.

    Good luck

    • I will look into steemit, thank you. The podcast thing is a good idea. I should be returning to video production soon but this thing with disability has set me back in terms of free time. I have a bunch to do on it today actually. I also had to cancel a doctor’s appointment this morning. No more Medicare. Now, no more monitoring of my PT/INR which troubles me a bit. Good thing Killary has government healthcare for life, right? Or she might get sick again. What’s that? She cancelled another event down here in Florida yesterday? Oh well.

  3. Good on ye, Scott! I hope this means things are turning around for the better and for good. This is a time that I can’t help as I have hit the skids myself. I was always able to take care of myself and maybe a few others along the way….but as the money gets funny I found out some pretty important things to be true though….as the grocery list becomes a wish list….cheer up. You need less kitchen clean-up, toilet paper, and garbage bags.
    Watch out for Hurricane Mathew bearing down your way. Be safe. Batten down the hatches.

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