I'm going to the Uproar show to see New Medicine. New Medicine is awesome. New Medicine plays great music. I'm going to Tweet about New Medicine. And then I'm going to FaceSpace and MyBook about New Medicine and then I'm going to mail letters, hand written to everyone in my address book about New Medicine and then I'm going to write my own song about how crazy awesome New Medicine is. And that song will rock like New Medicine.
Then, I'm going to put on my New Medicine shirt and write a book based on New Medicine's rise to the top which will be a best seller on the NY Times list. I'll then Tweet about how amazing the book is, how amazing my New Medicine shirt is and take some new medicine from the cabinet because the old stuff blows.
Tomorrow, I'm going to have a contest inspired by New Medicine, say nothing but New Medicine everytime someone talks to me, and create my own charity called New Medicine's punkettes for all the little girls who want to be New Medicinites when they grow up. Then I'll Tweet about that...*end point*
I think the line is very fine between effective promo and self-gratification. Sometimes I take a liking to something based on other people's opinions, and others I feel the source maybe isn't as great/deserving/good/fill in the blank as I *want* them to be.
Choose your words wisely, friends. Because there's someone reading them and soaking it all in, good and bad. Be courteous of your readers, and non-readers, and more importantly, grateful (as opposed to entitled) anyone cares at all. With that said, thank you all for reading all my nonsense day after day after New Medicine day (I had to).
So tell me, does a lot of hype get you pumped or turn you off? Leave a comment today and be entered to win an autographed New Medicine CD. Winners announced Friday.