1. *hugs*

    Congratulations. The MSM TV airwaves are never going to be the same again!

  2. ooo! exciting! Wishing you bestest luck.. and yes.. it’s just like a podcast, so dont be nervous you will be glorious! 😉

    I’ll be watching. 😉

  3. Congrats, I’ll be at work when the program airs, hopefully someone will record and post to YouTube.

    Unless you could get them to get you an official copy.

    Anyways, congrats and goodluck.

  4. Wishing you the best of luck. Hope you could upload a video in your blog.

  5. Thanks darlings. I have my orders – to sneak in “Nick Hodge is an Internet star” and something about “please follow @Marketing_Queen on Twitter” 😛

  6. I got an email from Osen the Twitter experimenter yesterday. He is following about 37,000 people and worked out that the follow back rate is about 10 percent. Just thought that you need to know this. I wonder how much he could get on Ebay?

    Good luck and have fun. If it is on TV it must be true

  7. I am at home with the kids today and managed to catch your day in the sun. Very good. That guy is a complete twat. You handled him very well.

    My grandfather loved wrestling in the days before women got involved. It was always on on a Saturday afternoon before the football teleticker. He would jump out of his chair and scream at the television. Amazing that that young lady has managed to turn her interest into a career.

  8. What are friends ? said D.
    Said Laurel – They are a bit like fans or an audience.

    Why is the word ‘friends’ so frightening? OMG you have 200,00 friends…too much social obligation for many. But you can have lots of virtual friends, more than in real life.

    Laurel, you are sooo clever! And you looked lovely too.!

    *clap* *clap*

  9. Laurel, f’n hilarious and brilliant. I had to grip my seat when you said to David ‘that;’s a really interesting question’…his retort…’you seem surprised’!! Trust me we all were!! hahah.
    *stay fine* geekgirl
    ps yes i realise i still owe you a tee-shirt but i have one of those depressing 5 day a week jobs. (sigh)

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