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Jesse Thorn and Adam Lisagor want to make a web video series to help men get dressed. Like grown-ups. And *you* can be a producer.
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Jesse Thorn

64 backers pledged $3,983 to help bring this project to life.

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Premiere Party Friday Night!

Whether or not you donated, we want to invite you to a premiere party on Friday, October 30th at Rising Sun Jeans in Pasadena. We'll be jamming for real from 8-11, with screenings of the pilot at 9 and 10. We'll have free drinks, free candy, music and good times. And Rising Sun has a leather floor. Invite your friends, etc etc. If you're on Facebook, you can RSVP and invite pals with this link:

Shooting now...

We're shooting this week! Yesterday we shot a Q&A segment at my house (I'm Jesse). Today we're shooting at Rising Sun denim in Pasadena, and tomorrow we're shooting stuff elsewhere.

It's ON, people!

We're twittering.

We're now up on Twitter @putthison.

We're hoping to get up on the web soon at

Grow up!

Amanda emailed me this today, a conversation between McNulty and The Bunk on The Wire.

Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland: [on detail] A different look for our boy.
Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty: Yeah, Perry Ellis, or something.
Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland: Now, how would a just-rolled-out-of-bed-looking motherfucker like you, know the designer?
Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty: [pauses] Okay, I'm guessing.
Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland: It's a Joseph Abboud. He puts dark buttons instead of brass on his blazers. That's the Abboud signature.
Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty: You know what they call a guy who pays that much attention to his clothes, don't you?
Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland: A grown-up.

We're moving... doing it, you know!

Adam and I met yesterday, and we've got a shooting schedule. Our first episode will focus on denim. More on this later, but your funding will allow us to actually pay our crew and get equipment we need.

We're very excited about this. Putting a site together now, and I hope you'll all subscribe to the blog and whatnot.

And thanks to Ask Metafilter, our first advertiser! They pledged $1500, and we'll be making a short commercial for them for the inaugural episode.