OCF Update – First Day With Viewers in All Fifty States

Back in February we had a day where OCF had viewers in 48 states.  But today is the first time to my knowledge that there were people in all fifty states checking in on the same day.  Not really important but sort of a milestone for me. 

Thanks to all the folks checking in from Whatfinger.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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Charles
Charles
1 year ago

congratulations!

Charles
Charles
1 year ago

Congrats!

War Pig
War Pig
1 year ago

Three cheers and a tiger!

Chip
Chip
1 year ago

Tada! Very good to see OCF!

Tyler, the Portly Politico

Congratulations, photog! That’s a great milestone. Well done!

Tyler, the Portly Politico
Reply to  photog

Finally, your weary soul is at peace. If you were a ghost, that means you’d now be crossing over to the Great Beyond. “My work here on Earth—getting Hawaii and Alaska on the same day!—is complete.”

Jason
Jason
1 year ago
Reply to  photog

I’ll just be hiding my birth certificate now…

And congratulations photog. That’s a wonderful and impressive milestone.

Tyler, the Portly Politico
Reply to  photog

You might be a ghost to most, but you’ll always be photog to me.

Some loosely ghost-related listening: https://thelovecrafts.bandcamp.com/track/garners-ferry-ghost

Tyler, the Portly Politico
Reply to  photog

Hahahaha, I hear ya, photog. The old band I was in years ago, The Lovecrafts, wrote that track, and it came to mind (although I don’t think I actually play on that song).

Here’s our Drive-By Truckers-inspired tune from our last EP; still not very country-western, though: https://thelovecrafts.bandcamp.com/track/just-another-family-song

Tyler, the Portly Politico
Reply to  photog

We used to. The group disbanded in 2015 because we were all busy with work, lives, etc. I still perform solo frequently, though; at least, I did before The Virus.

Also, I slapped this little EP together this morning, as a kind of Easter tribute: https://tjcookmusic.bandcamp.com/album/the-lo-fi-hymnal

Tyler, the Portly Politico
Reply to  photog

Yeah, I’ve played in church orchestras my whole life, usually saxophone. But my little church now is tiny, and we don’t have a band or anything. The little old lady who plays piano is losing her hearing AND eyesight, so it’s a struggle for her to play, so they roped me into doing it about a year ago. Now I LOVE it. One of the things I miss about church. I began taking little recordings during offertory and invitational (and did one of those four at home), and just decided it would be fun to put them up as a… Read more »

Tyler, the Portly Politico
Reply to  photog

I’m so glad I come from a musical family that encouraged learning instruments. I tried violin when I was very little (about six) and didn’t stick with it (my older brother started when he was four and played foe years). I took two or three years of piano with my Aunt Cheryl—the best one-eyed piano player in Aiken County—then dropped piano when I started playing saxophone in the 7th grade (1997). I picked piano back up sometime after during and after college, and retaught myself. Now I play saxophone, piano, bass, and a (very, very) little guitar. I also sing… Read more »

Tyler, the Portly Politico
Reply to  photog

Ooooh, man. Yep, can’t lend stuff out to the significant other until there is a legally- and spiritually-binding marriage contract, haha. I dated a girl once who absconded with my copy of a Legend of Zelda Nintendo DS game—but it was time for me to put aside childish things, anyways (both the girl and the video game).