Hey, Hooligans! It's finally published!
The Laughtifesto explains why I say laughter is a moral imperative, and while it doesn't talk about my cancer, it's a purer, less commercial declaration of my feelings about comedy (compared to Patreon), why I make it and what I hope we can all accomplish with it.
Several of the people who saw early drafts of this manifesto say they not only enjoyed it, but they feel it's an important message for people to hear, especially lately with everything we're seeing in our news. I hope it fills you all with joy!
And I hope you all have a great Thanksgiving! Don't let your racist uncles get you down!
I'm also planning a Kickstarter in March for Woohooligan Vol 2: Laugh It Forward and Hellbent Vol 1: Hell If I Know. Looking forward to that! And I've scheduled an AMA to coincide with the launch. If you want to keep up to date with the Kickstarter plans, sign up for our mailing list on our site www.woohooligan.com
p.s. In personal news, I made the first draft of this on my birthday on the 5th. My birthday was cool, I got a lot of happy-birthday wishes here and on Facebook. We didn't get out though because Tiff was sick and I wasn't feeling fantastic. Health issues are still weird. I finally got an appointment to see the endocrinologist, but they couldn't fit me in until the end of February. And then they surprised me by calling me back with a cancellation and moving me up to the end of January. So I've still got two months to get through before then, but I'm hoping my health will be a little better when I launch the Kickstarter a month after that.