I believed in you. In turn, you believed in me.
These are real responses I received. I'm not making this up. In less than 24 hours, the Burrito Deliciousness Graph project made it to 400% funding! So without further adieu, I present the results of my project!
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Alright guys, you are all blowing my mind with your diehard support!
I have one final stretch goal now.
The other night I was thinking, "How much more delicious would a Chicken Burrito from Chipotle be… if I was plummeting from the heavens?"
That's right, Kickstarter community. I am going to make an infographic detailing just how delicious a chicken burrito is when eaten during a SKYDIVE.
Goal's been reached. I'm going to the sky to get the answers- How delicious is a chicken burrito when you're plummeting towards earth??
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Alright you guys.
Due to HIGH demand.. a new stretch goal has been added:
I'm going to try to get into another airplane. A ZERO GRAVITY AIRPLANE.
You want to see the ultimate burrito deliciousness graph? Well here's how much it's going to cost me.
$5500 for the flight, $500 for personal recording equipment, Reward Merch, and Kickstarter's cut of the profit.
Here's the rewards to those willing to make it happen.
Pledge $25- Snag one of these cool shirts.
Pledge $100- Be included in the NEXT DELICIOUSNESS GRAPH. I will include your name/organization, and the score you gave your Chipotle chicken burrito.
Pledge $500- I will incorporate your name/organization into the SKYDIVE VIDEO. This is a great opportunity for publicity, as this campaign has been featured on FoxNews.com, CNET, YahooNews, BusinessInsider, LATIMES.com, COMPLEX.com, and many others.
Pledge $1000- I will incorporate your name/company/product into the ZERO G VIDEO. This has high potential to be the ULTIMATE chicken burrito consuming design experiment of all time. Make your mark in history.
The Skydive will be happening near the end of March.
The Zero G plane is scheduled for takeoff in Chicago on June 7th, 2014.
Risks and challenges
Potential risks include:
An order mixup- I might accidentaly recieve a carnitas or steak filling instead of chicken!
Testing hazard- I might drop the burrito on the floor, failing to successfully consume it.
The results come back inconclusive.
If any of these potential risks occur, I will take full financial responsibility in personally funding the next chicken burrito.
There is also a risk that the Zero G flight might not get funded (I know it's a lot of money!). If your donation is towards this particular cause and the campaign falls short, you will receive a shout out in the Skydive video, as well as another video where I will incorporate an intense, anti-gravity situation.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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