How To Find The Love of Your Life Using a Google Form

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B.J. Mendelson
B.J. Mendelson
I had a lot to say this week. Tony Robbins makes an appearance. So does the Comedian to Far-Right Industrial Complex. All this and so much more on your third (or fourth) favorite newsletter.

The subject line to this email is only half-serious. I have no idea if you will be able to use a Google Form to find the love of your life.
But.
I’m going to try.
This weekend, because this is the kind of thing we do for fun now, I’m going to set up a Google Form, record a short video, geo-target the people I’m into, and then run advertisements pushing them to that Google Form.
Believe it or not, this has been done before.
I can’t do the dating sites or apps thing anymore. My situation is too weird, you know? I spend half the year in upstate New York at my parent’s house because they are at the age where they need supervision, and I ALSO come here to watch my two mentally disabled brothers. They live here too.
It’s a full house.
The other half of the year? I’m in Burbank in a small apartment. I am trying to be Mr. TV Writer.
You can’t fit all of that on a Tinder profile.
Anyway, that’s what I’ve been up to.
No. Wait.
Oh, I remember.
I have over seventy episodes of WAYWO.TV recorded. My goal was 110 to release two episodes of the podcast a week for a year without interruption.
(It takes at least a year to develop an audience of 100 people or so.)
We are going to far exceed that number of 110 episodes.
So!
Please bear (bare? Why would it be bare?) with me. We are a small but mighty team, creating two different versions of the show.
First is the podcast, which will release soon. I just need a guy to record an outro with another guy. Then it’ll be out.
The podcast is the super polished, fifteen minutes.
The video version, which you can start watching below, is the uncut interview. There’s minimal editing involved. You can see in some episodes I’m experimenting with look and presentation.
You can do that sort of thing with YouTube. Do you want to know why?
Because it takes a SOLID two years before anyone gives a shit about what you’re posting, so experiment away.
I am!
More soon.
Episodes of the podcast will be out this month.
Yes, I’m serious about the Google Form.
-BJ
Looking For Your Next Read?
Stop laughing at me.
Stop laughing at me.
Ok, so next month, I’m releasing “The Richest Man in Babylon: Championship Edition”. The goal was to take an already useful (and now public domain) book and make it funny and more accessible.
I am ALSO researching, along with my long-time collaborator Amanda King, a longer personal finance book for creatives. An incredibly common problem in most (all?) creative fields is that we’re all bad with money. So, I’m working on a book to help fix that.
Tony’s book is part of the research. It’s pretty good. All jokes aside about how corny it is to be listening to a Tony Robbins book. There are actionable, specific steps in this book, that can help you save some money.
Of course, you gotta take it all with a grain of salt and do your own research. But as a starting point? This is great.
This Week ... On WAYWO.TV!
Author and Vanity Fair Editor, Mike Sacks, talks about his new book, "Passing on the Right".
Author and Vanity Fair Editor, Mike Sacks, talks about his new book, "Passing on the Right".
Joining me this week, in a very polished-looking YouTube video, is Vanity Fair and New Yorker contributor Mike Sacks. Mike is also the author of “Stinker Lets Loose” which is a HILARIOUS audiobook voiced by John Hamm, Andy Richter, Rhea Seehorn, and so many more.
Mike’s new book, “Passing on the Right” is a much-needed sucker punch to mediocre white guys who think they’re funny and should run for office. You know … Me?
No, but really, it’s a great send-up of this weird comedian to far-right pundit industrial complex.
(Yup. Also an affiliate link. Listen, Daddy needs a vacation.)
Keep In Touch
That’s all for this week. Now if you’ll excuse me, apparently you CAN find priceless artifacts from another world at Goodwill. So that’s where I’ll be until …
The Goodwill is closed?
Why?
Pandemic you say …
Well.
Fuck. I guess I’ll be sitting right here with the cats until next time.
BJ@BJMendelson.com is the email. 636-331-8341 is the number, but remember to only send texts to that number. I won’t answer it.
Unless you’re Melissa O'Neil from TV’s “The Rookie” and you want to ask me out on a date. I’ll absolutely answer the phone then.
And Now ... Your Tweet of the Week
B.J. Mendelson
Have you ever been so high you went downstairs thinking your food had been delivered ...

Only to realize it wasn't there?

Just happened to me.

What a bummer.

What.

A.

Bummer.
P.S. “It’s Taco Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday up in this bitch” is absolutely a thing Jeff Bezos has said.
Why would I lie to you?
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B.J. Mendelson
B.J. Mendelson @bjmendelson

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