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Apr 22, 2006

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From the "Best Ideas Stacie Never Had and Quite Frankly She's a Little Jealous" department comes Sponsor Our Zombie Movie! on eBay.

Christine Parker, Force of One behind the upcoming indy zombie flick The Forever Dead is seeking sponsorship on eBay, right here. Use the Buy It Now option to donate fabulous moolah in increments of $1. All donor names will be listed in the film's credits, and folks who donate $50 or more get copies of the DVD. Whether you want to see your name on the screen, you want to help out some indy horror filmmakers, or, like myself, you simply live to give...check it out.

For more info on The Forever Dead, go here.



Man, asking for money on eBay is a good idea. It's easy and juuuuust might capture people's attention. Why didn't I think of that?

Other notable ideas from the "Best Ideas Stacie Never Had and Quite Frankly She's a Little Jealous" department:

1. The wheel
2. Fire
3. Cap'n Crunch with Crunch Berries
4. Sneakers that turn into roller skates with the press of a button
5. Superman
6. Velcro
7. The Spice Girls
8. Pasta
9. Baseball
10. Jazzercise

6 comments:

Brother D said...

That is a BRILLIANT idea . . . (Hmmm . . . and something I may just go ahead and use myself someday . . . !)

theron said...

Cap'n Crunch WITH Crunch Berries? I know you meant WITHOUT, Stacie Ponder.

Also, I think #10 was supposed to be Porn, not Jazzercise.

Stacie Ponder said...

I LOVE CRUNCH BERRIES!

Hmm...porn WOULD get me more money.

Recently I've been trying to work "Jazzercise" into just about every conversation lately, though.

theron said...

Wow, I've been doing the same thing with Porn. Curiouser and curiouser...

Mistah Wade said...

I came up with Sweaty To The Oldies way before Richard Simmons but mine was more porn related than excercise related, so I can feel both Theron and Stacie's pain.

Bill said...

This is such a great idea. I had to go over to Ebay and thrown down some of my money right away. Imagine if a million horror fans,okay,
500,000 each gave $1 to this cause. Wow I am so excited about the possibilites of donating to one of my favorite causes, Horror Films.