Do you have a Yen for Jen?

JourneyQuest Season Two is in a galaxy not so far away…

Feminists: please close your eyes briefly...

The JourneyQuest Season Two Kickstarter campaign has got off to an incredible flying start: 90% of the required total has already been pledged — in just ten days.

Nerd-digger, gamer, squirrel-lover and actress Jen Page has tossed a fly-by sweetener into the pot: if the full target can be achieved by “10/8” (that’s the eighth of October in real money — ie tomorrow on some parts of our planet; earlier or later on others) then Jen has promised to design and model the fur bikini represented above in a special backers-only photoshoot.

So, fantasy-lovers: don’t delay! If you can spare a buck, a quid or maybe a hundred Yen, head on over to the JourneyQuest Season Two Kickstarter campaign now!

Important note: no feminists were harmed in the creation of this blog post. Well, perhaps a few, maybe — but only mentally and temporarily.

Update: Mission accomplished, $60k target achieved!
Next target: $100k guarantees ten episodes and a feature-length film on DVD.

[another edit]
Update 12 November 2011: The $100k Waffle Challenge!
Just two weeks left to guarantee that feature-length JourneyQuest film…
ONWARD! (always with the shouting)

About pendantry

Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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5 Responses to Do you have a Yen for Jen?

  1. Eugenio Lemans says:

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  2. pendantry says:

    Possible spammer (‘’) said:

    “Be at peace with yourself first and then you will be able to bring peace to others. (Thomas A. Kempis)”

    Good words. However:

    It is hard to be at peace with oneself when one recognises that one is part of the problem. (Me.)

    P.S. I cannot comment on your website itself, so I’ll comment on it here. I like your quote:

    “The odds of actually winning the lotto [are approximately] equal to flushing your money down the toilet bowl. The only difference between actually flushing it down is that there is that itty-bitty hope of your toilet bowl turning gold”

    — this is great. However, I think that you ending the article with:

    … the real fun in the lotto is simply the anticipation of it, and what’s really wrong in that?”

    — this doesn’t really help to educate people that lotto is a tax on those who (a) can least afford it and (b) can’t count.

    What we need is a mandatory lotto for the rich: tickets cost a paltry $1M each pcm. Winners get to keep their billions; losers lose their shirts. All proceeds to charity.


  3. Gloria Gillie says:

    You could definitely see your expertise within the work you write. The world hopes for more passionate writers like you who are not afraid to say how they believe. Always go after your heart.


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