15. Million. Subscribers. That’s an insane amount of people.
It always amazes me how fast you reach these milestones, but you really do deserve it.
It’s been about 3 years since I started watching your videos and throughout my time here, in my personal opinion, you’ve maintained your humility, kindness, and honesty, but you’ve also gained a lot more confidence in what you do!
I know I always say it when I make these sappy milestone posts but..Thank you. I’ve taken a lot of ideals to heart along the way, I’ve gained amazing friends, and I’ve gained some needed confidence, myself. I’ve laughed and cried and, most importantly, cringed myself out of existence and honestly? It’s been so fun.
Because of this community, I am genuinely a better person. I’ve found a passion that I never knew existed until I became active in here and if it weren’t for that, I don’t think I would have found that out about myself. Even though I know you’ve changed my life, I know you’ve changed so many others.
As celebration, I took screenshots from all your previous million milestones and made a small mosaic!
Thank you for all that you do, Mark. Congratulations on this new milestone!
Intruder in the Dust. William Faulkner. New York: Random House, 1948. First edition. Original dust jacket.
“Some things you must always be unable to bear. Some things you must never stop refusing to bear. Injustice and outrage and dishonor and shame. No matter how young you are or how old you have got. Not for kudos and not for cash: your picture in the paper nor money in the bank either. Just refuse to bear them.”
Shedding the Years. James Clark Bennett. New York: Capitol Book Company, 1925. First edition. Original dust jacket.
Scarce fantasy novel of a young man who loses his love to another man but who at the age of sixty discovers their daughter (both parents now being dead) and uses a rejuvenation treatment to return himself to the age of 35 to pursue her.