1. Does this mean there was a Kickstarter parody on an episode of Workaholics?!?! We need to see this asap!
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Hey, someone had to become the Funyuns Czar.  Why not Karl?  Thanks to Johnny Ryan for tweeting the pic.
During the writing process, Workaholics producers went through a lot of options of what Karl’s Kickstarter project would be.  Some other contenders—
For a long time the winner was Karl trying to fund GHOSTBUST3R’S III.  “Murray was in, Ders!” , he screamed, which, knowing how Karl, and Bill Murray for that matter, operate, is not that hard to believe.
A permanent sign for his (G)Rape Van so he wouldn’t have to keep going over the writing with spray paint.
A trip to Israel.
A documentary on Sewer Dwayne’s attempt to make it to the professional lacrosse league.
A wall mural immortalizing the woman who he lost his virginity to, who has sense passed.
Stamps.
His own pizza place, where he would sell the hella free pizza the guys won for him in “True Dromance” out of his van.  Dude, no overheard!  
Still, not much beats Hella Funyuns.  Forget the Veronica Mars movie, we’ve only begun to scratch the surface of what we know about Funyuns.  Donate to Karl’s Kickstarter today, or to charity.  A charity would also be good.
Donate your eyes to an all-new Workaholics this Wednesday at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.

    Does this mean there was a Kickstarter parody on an episode of Workaholics?!?! We need to see this asap!

    workaholics:

    Hey, someone had to become the Funyuns Czar.  Why not Karl?  Thanks to Johnny Ryan for tweeting the pic.

    During the writing process, Workaholics producers went through a lot of options of what Karl’s Kickstarter project would be.  Some other contenders—

    • For a long time the winner was Karl trying to fund GHOSTBUST3R’S III.  “Murray was in, Ders!” , he screamed, which, knowing how Karl, and Bill Murray for that matter, operate, is not that hard to believe.
    • A permanent sign for his (G)Rape Van so he wouldn’t have to keep going over the writing with spray paint.
    • A trip to Israel.
    • A documentary on Sewer Dwayne’s attempt to make it to the professional lacrosse league.
    • A wall mural immortalizing the woman who he lost his virginity to, who has sense passed.
    • Stamps.
    • His own pizza place, where he would sell the hella free pizza the guys won for him in “True Dromance” out of his van.  Dude, no overheard!  

    Still, not much beats Hella Funyuns.  Forget the Veronica Mars movie, we’ve only begun to scratch the surface of what we know about Funyuns.  Donate to Karl’s Kickstarter today, or to charity.  A charity would also be good.

    Donate your eyes to an all-new Workaholics this Wednesday at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.

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  2. If the New York Times Did a Kickstarter Project

    Mike Linksvayer wrote a blog post the other day about what the New York Times' new payment system would look like as a Kickstarter project. When I got the “important notice” from the NYT in my inbox last week, I thought, “Here it begins!” but seeing as when it comes to most things newsworthy I have the attention span of a five-year-old, I never got to the how-to-pay part.

    Linksvayer assures us that the Times' plan is too complicated for its own good, and really the whole thing would work best as a Kickstarter project: funding goal + tiered reward options + the assurance that you will only be charged if they do indeed survive the death of print/revolt of the internet. Behold his original post here or check out the meat of it below.