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I want a job with Louder with Crowder. Is this the right place to apply?

No. This blog is in no way associated with my work on Louder with Crowder, and as such is not a good way to contact me regards a job, internship, to promote your content, or to get in touch with Steven Crowder. Sorry, but I cannot respond to any messages either about my work on LwC, or in regards to the content of LwC on this site.

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See response above. I’m totes serious about keeping my personal website and content separate from my professional work. All LwC requests and questions should be directed through the proper channels. Which isn’t here. Think of this website as my personal safe space away from politics. If you sully this sacred space, I shall hunt you down and tickle your dog.

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Can I be your intern/assistant?

Though one of my life goals is to be important enough to have a personal assistant or an intern, I’m not even close to that point. Which means I have to make my own coffee and organize my own office. Thems be the breaks.

I write book reviews on my blog, can I get a copy of Jaden Baker?

There are several ways to get a copy of my book, the most economical (for both of us) is to get the ebook, which sells for $3.99, arrives instantly, and has no shipping charge. If your book review site/blog has thousands of followers and you review books frequently and honestly, then I’m happy to gift you a copy of the Kindle ebook. Because the book is precious to me I will not send a PDF, as a PDF can be easily shared, and thus I’d lose control of my work.

5 comments

  1. I was wondering if you ever worry about people trying to board your sailboat at night time? I plan on getting a sailboat soon and that is my number one fear.

    1. Hi Jen,
      When I was anchored out I never worried about people boarding my boat at night, mainly because I was out in the middle of nowhere. Docking is a bit different, but I don’t worry to much about people coming aboard. For one, I live in a pretty safe area. Also, no one can possibly sneak up on me. Since a boat moves, if someone is getting onto the boat, I’d feel it, and there’s no quiet way to come through the companionway. I’d say your feelings of safety will depend on where you live with your boat.

  2. You could do like Joshua Slocum did. In his book “Sailing Alone Around the World”, he told about spreading carpet tacks on his deck before going to sleep, and sweeping them up in the morning. During the night, he heard the loud yelps of boarders, and was successfully able to repel them. It probably works best when the attackers are bare footed!

    Rick

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