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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

'The Cautionary Tales of Jack & Justin' does the Kickstarter pitch right

Posted By on Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 5:03 PM

The video above is a trailer of sorts for a web TV series called "The Cautionary Tales of Jack and Justin."

Jack is Little Rock native Jack Bishop, who also makes music under the stage name Mr. Bear. You might also remember him for his frequent appearances on "Cadet Kelsie."

Looks like "Jack and Justin" have a long way to go before they meet their $8,000 goal.

But maybe this up your alley. For $2,500 or more, you get 3' cardboard cutouts of the pair and an executive producer credit.

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