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Jon Johnston

Lately I’ve been wondering what would happen should my job come to a sudden end. What would I do? It’s not like someone would want to hire a 59-year old IT guy who’s been dead once and has brain damage.

I haven’t developed enough of a following to make a living off being a writer. Or rather, it would be a shitty living. I’m hoping that changes in the next couple years, but for now... I’d have to open my mind to whatever possibilities exist.

That’s why this article piqued my interest:

How To Be a Cam Girl: Earn $100,000 As A Cam Model With These Tips

Learn how to be a cam girl to make lots of money doing live shows on cam modeling sex sites! It’s never been so easy. Find out how webcam models do it!

One of the pieces of advice in this article:

Never Use Your Real Name. Use a stage name. Create a “handle” or “stage name” instead.

What would I call myself?

  • Something manly, like - Rockhard Ankelbreaker?
  • Something sweet: Joony Smushybuns
  • Something sophisticated: Horace Richiebits
  • Something bro’ like: Chad Rickston
  • Or something spy like: Konnor Mansfield

I am open to suggestions.

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Controlling Anxiety Through Journaling - Part One - Jon Johnston
An introduction why journaling helps with anxiety, complete with references!

Stuff

Oklahoma Football: Mikey Henderson dismissed following reported arrest warrant - Crimson And Cream Machine
Norman police reportedly requested a warrant for Henderson’s arrest on Tuesday.

Nebraska Football Ticket Mini Plan Now Available - University of Nebraska
Nebraska Athletics is now offering a three-game ticket Mini Plan for the 2021 football season. The customizable ticket option went on sale on Wednesday morning through the Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office and Huskers.com.

Nebraska Recruiting: Should Huskers Be Concerned with June Misses? - Nebraska Football Recruiting | Hail Varsity
Recruiting analyst Greg Smith recaps all things Nebraska recruiting news, analysis and more so you never miss a thing.

Welcome to Channel 6
That's why we – hi, we're Spencer Hall and Holly Anderson – are starting Channel 6. We write, we make podcasts, we make television, and we sometimes like to talk ourselves into knots for exactly seven minutes and no more. We do a lot of different kinds of storytelling, all the time, mostly about the games we love, but are prone to chasing laser pointers out of the lecture hall.

NIL: UCF women's basketball becomes first team sponsored - Sports Illustrated
College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving made college sports history as the first company to sponsor an entire team.

Kofi Cockburn withdraws name from NBA Draft, staying in transfer portal - The Champaign Room
The big man will be in college next year. The question is where.

Geo Baker announces return to Rutgers - On the Banks
The most important player of the Pikiell era is back for one more run.

Then There’s This:

Adult Swim and Crunchyroll’s Blade Runner anime to be at Comic Con 2021 - Polygon
Crunchyroll and Adult Swim revealed the cast for their upcoming anime Blade Runner: Black Lotus on Wednesday, and announced a first-look panel at Comic-Con@Home 2021 later this month.

Intuit to Share Payroll Data from 1.4M Small Businesses With Equifax – Krebs on Security
Financial services giant Intuit this week informed 1.4 million small businesses using its QuickBooks Online Payroll and Intuit Online Payroll products that their payroll information will be shared with big-three consumer credit bureau Equifax starting later this year unless customers opt out by the end of this month.


Are you watching this series? It’s good!

This Civil War video is very well done. The Northern dude brings up Joseph E. Johnston, whom I believe was an ancestor of mine. I recently shared this with my children when they asked if we were related to anyone famous in history. They were very disappointed, as you can imagine.

Whenever someone asks about our ancestors, I usually bring up Charles P. Steinmetz.