It’s interesting how you can try to picture someone in your mind, and sort of get it right, but if you smell something that reminds you of them, you are able to picture them with unerring perfection.
“Love is love and not fade away”
From Not Fade Away by The Rolling Stones
Today’s forecast: Cloudy with spots of clear skies.
I feel very alone right now.
Good lord. This video I’m working on is raping me hard. I’m =SO= stressed out all the time! I need someone to massage my back and hands and feet… Mmm… That would be nice. At least I’ve managed to get all my talent and most of my locations, although I still don’t know where I’ll be shooting tonight. That scares me a lot. The apartment I want to shoot in is locked and the landlord can’t find the key, but he said he’d let me shoot in it if he can get it open. At this time, I don’t have a backup location and I’ve been racking my brain for days trying to come up with one. I think I’ll start a new blog that can be my ‘shooting diary’ for a film page…
My god, I didn’t realize how long it’s been since I last posted. Sorry about that. A lot has happened (of course). I’ve been having trouble with webcamcat because he can’t connect to AIM. 8 million bloody changes need to be made to my webpage because (as I’m disappointed to find out) HOD2 doesn’t work on any computer except the computer it is made to work on (in other words, it works on my computer, but no other one. If I fix it on another computer, it’ll work on that computer, but no other one. This goes for every computer I’ve found so far and I don’t know why). As such, I’m going to ditch HOD2 and stick with ALLO. Which is especially nice, because I am now the proud owner of http://www.alifelessordinary.com/.
What else is new? On May 13, 2002 I turned 21. My first legal drink was a Sex on the Beach. I wish I could have had a Fade to Black, but I haven’t found anyone who can tell me what’s in it. My parents got me a toaster-oven-broiler (that’s what it says on the box). I’m really happy because I’ve wanted one for a long time.
I went to see Star Wars: Episode II on Friday. While the graphics were overall pretty nice, from the point of view of a filmmaker, it stunk. It was riddled with problems. I’m sorry, but George Lucas =CANNOT= direct. Let’s not forget that the last film he directed before Star Wars: Episode I was Episode IV. 22 years had elapsed by then! I’m sorry, but he’s out of touch.