They got calls from a Chevy dealer in Ohio, a hockey team in Oakland, and a kid looking to run a banner ad for his school play, Hold the Pickles, Corbett reports. "I felt so bad. He was such a sweet kid," he says. "I mentioned that those ads cost money and the kid said, 'I'm willing to spend up to $60 if you can take that in installments.' I had to tell him we couldn't do that.