How could they possibly find out whether a specific ticket has been resold at a higher price?
So I'm breaking the million into four pieces.
the first 250k is going to pay back what the special cost to produce and the website to build.
The second 250k is going back to my staff and the people who work for me on the special and on my show. I'm giving them a big fat bonus.
The third 280k is going to a few different charities. They are listed below in case you'd like to donate to them also. Some of these i learned about through friends, some were reccomended through twitter.
• The Fistula Foundation
• The Pablove Foundation
• charity: water
• Green Chimneys
That leaves me with 220k for myself. Some of that will pay my rent and will care for my childen. The rest I will do terrible, horrible things with and none of that is any of your business. In any case, to me, 220k is enough out of a million.
Tickets across the board, everywhere, are 45 dollars. That's
what you'll actually pay. In every case, that will be less than
anyone has actually paid to see me (after ticket charges) in
about two years and in most cases it's about half of what you
paid last year.
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