Monday, August 27, 2007

Radio station Edge 102 joins the cause to get Laurie David to marry me!

Alan Cross, the all-powerful and obviously genius Program Director at Toronto radio station Edge 102 has realized the vital importance to the world of getting Laurie David to see the marriage proposal video I made for her. So, as a public service, he has written about it on his blog. Check it out by clicking here. And from now on if anyone asks you what your favourite radio station is, the answer is no longer CBC, despite CBC's in-depth and important coverage of global warming. The answer is now is Edge 102, because of their in-depth and important coverage of me. I mean, coverage of me insofar as it will lead to me marrying the world's top crusader in the fight against global warming. So that her and I can work together to lick this climate change problem once and for all. In this way, Edge 102 is doing more to help fight global warming than CBC. That's what I meant. I didn't mean to be vain.

Saturday, August 25, 2007

A clip of Beaver Tale 2 will be shown tomorrow night on CBC TV!

Wow! CBC Television really loves our good friend Pelt The Beaver! He'll be on the show Exposure yet again! The email below says it all. So if you have cable and a VCR, please tape it for Pelt and me! (We don't have cable. We're "old-school." Rabbit-ear antennae all the way, baby.)

----Original Message Follows----
From: Maia
To: Josh
Subject: Beaver Tale 2 on Exposure
Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2007

Hi Josh,

It is Maia here, the Program Assistant at Exposure.
I wanted to let you know that we will be showing a clip from your video
BEAVER TALE 2: THE BED & BREAKFAST, as part of our Round Up on Animals.
The show starts at 11pm, Sunday, August 26, on CBC TV.

Enjoy watching the show and thank you for uploading!


Thursday, August 09, 2007

Beaver Tale will be on CBC Television this Sunday at 11pm!

Well, a clip of it, anyway. Not sure what part they're going to show. So be sure to find out by checking out Pelt The Beaver's television debut! They're showing it because it's been getting lots of views and good ratings on the show's website. I'm sure this is just the beginning of your favourite beaver's television career. Actually, there was a clip of Beaver Tale shown on Chatham television when he won Audience Choice at the Small Town Film Festival. So this is merely the continuation of his television career. But really, anything to do with a television career is pretty exciting. Especially when you're a beaver puppet. Beaver puppets are shamefully under-represented in the entertainment industry.