Life must be really weird for Ken Bone right now. Bone became an instant celebrity after his appearance during the presidential debate on October 9th. In fact, it seems like there's more buzz around Bone's sweater than around the content of the debate itself. And now, Ken has a very odd decision to make.
An adult webcam company called CamSoda published an open letter to Ken, offering to pay him $100,000 for an appearance on one of their sites.
Dear Mr. Kenneth Bone,
I hope this letter finds you well. During last night’s debate you captivated the world with your question about energy, your red pullover, and quite honestly, just you being you. While Donald and Hillary continued to bicker, we were especially distraught that your questions didn’t receive the appropriate attention it deserved.
With that being said, I would like to formally extend an offer for you to participate in a live show broadcast from our platform, CamSoda.com, to our millions of fans. The show can cater to your specificities but we were thinking you could take us all to the Bone Zone and tell/show us what you’re all about. In return for your participation in a live, hour long broadcast via our site, we will pay you $100,000 and provide you with 25 throw-away cameras to use at your disposal. Who knows, maybe you’ll decide to announce you’re running for President.
And don’t fret, we’re pros at this stuff. CamSoda is a leading adult entertainment webcam platform and has a fully functioning live streaming cam house where models share their lives with the rest of the world. We recently launched the first ever live-stream virtual reality experience to overwhelming success.
We truly appreciate your consideration of our offer and look forward to the possibility of working together soon. In the interim, please feel free to check out CamSoda.com for more details.
Time will only tell whether Ken, and subsequently the rest of us, will be visiting The Bone Zone. We're guessing it's probably a pass from him.