I admit it. I've been really bad about
updating my blog recently. Honestly, I'm blaming eHarmony. Not that
there's been a plethora of guys that I'm ready to get married to or
anything like that, but I've been writing about all my random crap to
them, instead of posting it for the whole world to see. I'm tempted to
post a few of the conversations, just because it would put up everything
that's been going on.
For example, the DGA has a training
program for Assistant Directors that I was contemplating applying for,
something I've since decided against. Now I think I've decided to make a
movie that's been in my head for some months now, but I have to figure
out a way to get things for it (i.e. a camera & microphone,
releases, editing software, etc.). I'm still going after the ASM thing
at work, but I've had about 16 people lately tell me that I need to be
in the entertainment business in some capacity. I think they're right.
The problem is, every time I think about acting, it involves all those
headshots and classes before I can even begin auditions....
bought a few books last week, one of them wasn't even worth mentioning,
but the other one was Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's
Childhood Pal, and it was fantastic. I swear it manages to get in jabs
at about 6 different religions, all while being incredibly funny. It's
all about Biff and Joshua (apparently his name wasn't really Jesus, that
was a mis-translation). They go off on this huge adventure into the
East searching for knowledge on how-to be the Messiah. It's really funny
because I was raised Catholic, so you can totally see half to 3/4 of
this stuff happening, and then the other part of it just being the work
of an overactive imagination. I'm sure Jesus had a slightly more human
side: he had to grow into his sermons somehow. And I love the part about
There are fires burning right now. Up in
Malibu, down in San Diego, Way up near Santa Clarita. It's emphasizing
the fact that this whole region needs rain. I don't know how, but it's
making the air unbelievably dry, and I've been drinking crazy amounts of
Question of the Day: What's the last book you read?