Here for your edification is Part 1 of the many ways I’ve almost died.
Oh, my. You know what’s interesting? That’s not the image I chose among the available thumbnails!
Ever get the feeling someone’s doing this to you? If you get my drift. :)
Now, Vimeo, on the other hand, is much more obliging.
There will be a brief intermission in my blogging and vlogging.
PS: I now have a Twitter account for my series! Follow my series, so you can get in on pre-release promos and other news!
In continuation of last week’s showing of His Girl Friday, I’m posting the movie in its entirety. Enjoy!
And look what else I found on the same site as that movie! Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon!
I found both of these on a site called archive.org. Click here and see for yourself.
And look what it says below the movie. And I quote, “Creative Commons license: Public Domain.” How about that? :)
And here’s one that’s good for a laugh! Reefer Madness! Classic!
Finally, here’s a cartoon!
PS: Coming up at the AFI Theatre in Silver Spring, MD, two awesome-looking movies.
Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets!
And Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC!
This was almost the banner I chose with which to update my website. I hope that’s grammatically correct, but if not, oh, well.
Thing is, I live between Washington and Baltimore. So, I’ve never been quite sure which look I should use. My series character, Sam McRae, inhabits both cities, to some extent.
So … should I choose a look that says “urban living” generally? Or should I focus more on the film side of things, since I’m writing screenplays, too?
On that note, here’s an image to contemplate …
And here’s my latest video! :)
There’s a joke buried in there somewhere, but I’ll be damned if I know what it is.
PS: Did you know that DC is one of the snobbiest cities in the U.S.?
PPS: Great news! 25 is the new 21.