So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish

So I'm out. It's hard to post this because–and I cannot believe I'm typing this–I have been doing this for over a year now. And I loved every second of it. I really wish that I weren't stopping, but it's clear to me that I need to move on now so that I can give myself ample time for other projects.

I want you all to know that you have been an incredible ride and I've really enjoyed writing for you. You're an incredibly appreciative audience and I love that you all have commented so much and left me so much feedback. I started doing this as having much less confidence as both a writer and a comedian than I do now. So I want to thank you all for helping me to understand myself better, especially as an artist.

I want you all to remember that you're awesome. Except that one guy who always left stupid comments on my blog.

If you want to keep track of me, I'm on Twitter and on Facebook, plus I have a terrible website here. I'm starting a podcast come January so hopefully that will be awesome and not suck.

Thanks again for all the memories. Seriously. You rock.

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Clint Osterholz is a freelance writer who thinks he's awfully funny, and is surprisingly not a disappointment to his parents. You're always free to check out his portfolio if you'd like someone to be funny, or maybe write something a little more serious. Subscribe to my posts (only posts from this author).

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8 thoughts on “So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish”

  1. You were a delight to read! Well, I liked you on Facebook. I really, really liked you. Oh, dear. You’re probably not old enough to remember Sally Field and her Oscar acceptance speech.

  2. Man, I hate goodbyes. They so do not rock. But you, Clint, did. Er, I mean DO, obviously. Thanks for making me laugh in the midst of freelancing angst.

  3. Oh crap! Clint, dammit! You made me your blog slave and now you leave?

    May peace and prosperity follow you. And if you let us know where you land, we’ll follow you, too. Wait – that’s a good thing. Really.


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