Good Morning America and CNN today

I'll be on Good Morning America and CNN today. (Monday July 10th) - Good Morning America between 7:45-8:00AM, CNN at 3:40PM-ish. All times Eastern.

Man, I'm starting to sound like TV Guide. Oh well, at least I didn't head butt anyone and get a red card potentially causing a certain degree of national disgrace. Yet. The game was awesome today. We watched it in Little Italy here in Montreal. About as loud as you can ever imagine a crowd. Saw nine cops protect a bread truck from rowdy fans who wanted to get on top and do that whole back and forth sketchy rooftop jumpy celebration thingy we've grown accustomed to seeing in celebrations all over the world except North America. Nine cops for one bread truck. A new record for me. I predict to hear riled up Italian fans honk their horns for the next five, no, thirty seven days.
Good work boys - Kyle

28 comments:

Bellejar said...

Congratulations early!

Lionel said...

Amazing! Glad to see you fulfilled your goal! Here in France, a few monts ago, my friend and coworker Flemming [http://www.ming.tv] told me you were on this funny challenge.

Congratulations!

If I dared, I would propose you an interview on our blog Absara.com [Fr].

Warm regards,

Lionel

Lionel said...

Dans la langue de Molière, nos meilleures félicitations de France :-)

Un excellent moyen de pallier la crise du logement.

Re-re-re-bravo !

ginflower said...

You did it!!! I knew you could do it! Congratulations! Now you are a new hero in the world!

You gave us hopes and dreams!I have loved your story since I watched it on Japanese TV. I am soooo excited. I am so happy as if it happend to me! So cool!
Again, congratulations!!! Kyle!

Tomomi from Japan!
P.S Thanks for your reply about a month ago! I was so happy to hear from you!

Anonymous said...

Ola.

Se você quiser trocar essa casa por uma chacará no Brasil me avise. :D


Abraços.

Hamish said...

You did't head butt anyone and get a red card potentially causing a certain degree of national disgrace?

Well, there's always tomorrow.

budgirl95 said...

Ha Ha! Watched the game in the GULCH - the Italian part of town - good times - no jumping on the bread truck - just eating from it with a little olive oil on the side!
Congrats on your house!

Canada rocks!

budgirl95

cloaked_chaos said...

I AM WATCHING YOU ON CNN RIGHT NOW! GOOD JOB MAN!

Kevin said...

Congrats on the house. Too bad I missed the CNN debut. Oh well.

Tao said...

Wow Kyle, you're unbelieveble. I've been following your 'quest' for the last little while - couldn't understand the snowglobe trade, but what do I know?

Congrats!

Guybrush said...

Congratulations from Madrid, Spain!

Ingrid said...

I live in Dominican Republic and i just find out about your story when i was watching you in cnn.
Amazing! Congrats!

Ms. Lambard said...

Congrats! You've done an amazing job--keep posting about your new place! (And don't forget pics!)Sharing with all my friends on randomeducationmusings.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Congratulation!
I found this site from "Yahoo Japan!" (I'm a Japanese^^)
I was surprised that ONE RED PAPERCLIP could bring worldwide news.

ほんとにおめでとうございます!!
これからメディアで活躍するのを楽しみにしています。

SJ said...

Congrats! I read the article in the "Vancouver Province" Today and it was the first I had heard of your project .. but wow! What a great idea and I am happy you acomplished your goal in exactly one year.

Jayson said...

Way to go!!

Sandy's Fancy Pants Antiques and Collectibles said...

Wow, I sure wish I would of thought of this. You are a genius. Way to go! Only in America...........

Noon said...

Kyle,

You could cull a library of links to the video clips of your appearances.

I bet you could start trading w. a green clip after you move-in to your house -- for a hybrid Lexus.

Sandy's Fancy Pants Antiques and Collectibles said...

Oops sorry. I thought you were in the USA from the yahoo page.
Keep this up and you will get enough money to furnish it posh also. Congratulations!

Harold said...

Amazing, good work!

Anonymous said...

I listened to you on the local radio station in Kansas City a few months ago. This is a brilliant idea.
I wonder if I could trade jobs with someone?

AnnieAngel said...

This is one of the coolest things I've heard in a long time.

Way to go!

EmailHosting.com said...

Now...that's one heck of a story turning a paper clip into a house. Only in America!

Patty Harvey said...

Hey Kyle....Wish you were on my real estate team....You'd be a real fun negotiating tool. Let me know when you want to sell it!! I'll do it for 2%!!
Best regards,

Patty Harvey

Jonathon said...

Congrats from Kentucky!

kcscrapper said...

Way to GO!!!!
Great story i loved it not to many people barter anymore....

Congrats to you and Dom....

January said...

A friend just sent me an article about you from CNN.com. Congratulations on your amazing journey!

Mark D said...

Red Paperclip - the PARODY video...

It's inevitable, so you may as well enjoy it...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRjnhKXCwPI