Monthly Archive: March, 2010

Shooting on the Red Makes Me See Red

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After working as a camera assistant on several features shooting on the RED, I’ve come to the conclusion that I hate this camera. Don’t get me wrong, I think the images you can… Continue reading

Video of the Week: Elementary School Scarface

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After being alive for over 2 decades, I have decided that it is funny when kids act more mature when they are supposed to. I am truly not alone with this idea, as… Continue reading

Songs You’ve Heard Before, But Can’t Put Your Finger On: Double- “The Captain of Her Heart”

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In attempt to further broaden the horizons of subjects to write about on BfD (as if there wasn’t many to begin with), I am starting a series (hopefully) of exposés on Phantom Songs.… Continue reading

Texts From Last Night

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12:56am – missed call from exhibit A 12:57am – text from exhibit A – I’m going to the leeve soon with a friend.  What to meet me there? 12:58am – text to exhibit… Continue reading

Hot Tub Time Machine: Yet Another Review

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Today, I was going to write a review on Avatar. This seemed almost pointless, considering that I was probably the last man on earth to see the movie. Nobody wants to read about… Continue reading

Comics Hoorah!

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JR and I got bored the other night and diddled a few 3-panel comic strips.  Observe the blaring social commentary!  More to come.

A Shart Heard Round The World

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IF YOU LIKE THIS POST, VISIT   www.scottymwatson.com TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR The Following article was featured in the March 2010 Issue of Stool Monthly A Shart Heard Round the World: The Story… Continue reading

CJ’s and Erin E’s Thoughts on Becoming Brooklynites Overnight.. a fortnight, that is..

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(CJ and I felt it both necessary to relate our tales of our adventure to and in Brooklyn.  CJ started writing first, so all of my comments are going to be in parenthesis. … Continue reading

23 Observations Used In Attempt To Tell My Life Story, In No Particular Order

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I- When I was young [young enough to have an active imagination but not old enough to form any logic out of it] I would always pretend that I was someone else. There… Continue reading

BfD “U-Decide!” 2010

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So it’s time to hit the polls and be a part of Baseball for Dinner FAME! We don’t usually allow you to participate and feel like you’re part of something, but when we… Continue reading