The big news of today? Wikipedia did an interview with me this past weekend and it’s already online. What an honor! I thought it was a big deal getting a Wikipedia entry at all, even though it’s on the verge of being removed for lack of relevance, but then they interview me. I love this kind of irony.


I haven’t even been doing much lately, and I certainly wasn’t trying to get an interview with Wikipedia, but hot damn! This rocks.

I’m finishing post on another Uncle Pete segment. J.D. Larabee did some art work for me and I’ve never even met the guy. Jason Morris said he was good and I emailed him on MySpace. He sent me some artwork and it was pretty much spot on from the git-go. I’m digging these bits. It’s some of the best writing I’ve done for satire.

Soon I will finish the latest one and get it online. Each one successively gets more out there. It’s nice to see the public reaction to these get better as each one comes out. I think the best is yet to come. Once I get 2-3 more put out, the real marketing can begin. I haven’t even started yet and I’m already at over 45,000 views on combined sites.

Until next time….


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Peter John Ross

A filmmaker, a dreamer, and the world's only Dan Akroyd Cosplayer


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