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The Justin Hall Show: September 2015: Premarital

The last premarital episode of the Justin Hall Show! On Patreon, YouTube and Facebook.

Feast your mind on this moving picture chronicle of September 2015 adventures, including a wedding officiated in a dust storm, taking Mom to Burning Man, exploring empathy at the XOXO Festival in Portland, being interviewed by a Kiwi and kissed by Suck and debuting the Metaphysical Plot Device within the Pataphysical Slot Machine. Amidst preparing to get married next month!

This is the first episode of the Justin Hall Show since the mid-August release of overshare: the story with working sound. In this video, and this post, I'll share some statistics and earnings from the film after six weeks live:

YouTube: 5,270 views
Facebook: 4,096 over 3 seconds; 1,220 over 30 seconds 131 views
Vimeo: 66 views
Dailymotion: 60 views 36 units sold for $437

Thanks to Jason Scott, I was able to get a Torrent up and running for as well via the Internet Archive. So if you haven't watched it, well, it's out there. And someone responded asking if I could come up with a regular podcast pitch. I love the moving pictures but maybe audio would be faster than video. Either way, I look forward to potentially working with other people in my media making!

Please enjoy this latest Justin Hall Show episode! Thank you for your support.


Thanks Steve Rhodes - from @tigerbeat on Instagram
June 2012 dancing in the streets of San Francisco with Ilyse Magy, photo thanks Steve Rhodes on instagram!

Hi, I'm Justin Hall and this here is a personal web site I've used to chronicle my time on earth since 1994. The content on the front page is relatively recent; if you search through the archives, you'll find old pieces of Justin. Some folks have indexed my doings on Wikipedia.

Twitter: jah
Facebook: Justinreach

eBooks by Justin Hall

I've published books for sale, somewhere else online! Behold:

Now available for the Kindle: A Story of GameLayers. My experience being CEO of a tech company, 2007-2009:

"A tell-all story of a startup from the very beginning, with lots of info about real-world fundraising. A more intimate look than you'll find in other business reads." says Irene Polnyi in a 5-star review on

A Story of GameLayers, for the Amazon Kindle.