This time I'm writing cause I'm scared. I'm scared L-Man's gonna kick my yahoo if I don't get something up here. It's late (2:30a) and I'm tired. I've been jacking with this website for a long time, I was working on my press kit when I hit the wrong thing and zapped all my work. So, I had to start all over again.... I've been looking at the vans on the road. An E-250 is what I think would work best for our little project here to motor around the state in; so, I've been on the look out for those vans. Man, some of those vans are all pimped out, dude. If you're into that kind of thing, that is. It's a pretty ubiquitous van. So, I've been aware of them out there. That's when I noticed the "Sticker Van." It was the oddest thing I've ever seen. I wish I could've taken a picture of it. I just googled it, but nothing came up. So, imagine this: An RV. That's right, a BIG RV plastered with stickers! Bumper stickers, big stickers, small stickers, little decals for models, slogans, whatever. This thing was covered with stickers and parked on the side of the road - selling 'em, man! I thought, "What the...? Dude! These people have nuts!" The bottom line of any business is this: Have what other people want (or can't live without), and charge them for the privilege of having it. Talk about niche! The first thing I thought was, "Hippies." I bet that guy/gal would make a killing at Kerrville Folk Festival or a Rainbow Gathering, or a String Cheese Incident concert. The second thing I thought was, "Man, if they can make a living selling stickers...." Just goes to show you. Have the faith of a mustard seed and you can move a mountain. True.

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