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The Comic For the Day is Mudshark

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You heard right boys and girls the comic for today is Zappay, and it comes complete with the Zappay arpeggio. And a lovely little arpeggio it is. Just what kind of girl do… Continue reading

Baseball for Dinner Presents: Movie Mash-up Mania!

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This is baseball for dinner.  Yet the baseball content is limited.  As is the dinner content. And that’s just looking for one of the two.  Looking for both is an exercise in futility. … Continue reading

The Writing on My Wall: Bed-Stuy Edition

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The not so recent past offers up a sober vision of love while the antiquity that captured our minds sits idly by, yet the obscured forms of the past open up into a… Continue reading

The Rise of the Pod People

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Once again, classic science fiction from the linear past has predicted predicaments of our current present, but the depravity and dehumanization were too terrible for previous generations to wrap their minds around the… Continue reading

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

The Car/Cabinet Puzzle

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An Anecdotal Account of a Self-inflicted Psychological Experiment In late February, I drove over one thousand miles on my lonesome with a stand-up oak stereo cabinet in my 2001 Ford Escort (a four… Continue reading

Sci-Fi Mantras for Today’s World

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Over the course of a successful science fiction franchise’s life-span, key phrases and quotes from the series transcend the boundaries of mere entertainment, taking on the weight of a philosophy or religion. These… Continue reading

Roscoe’s Thoughts on the Spectacle

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First off, while I’m not a rabid fan of any particular NFL franchise, I do enjoy the occasional football game, and have no problem sitting down and watching the Super Bowl with some… Continue reading

Why I Don’t Particularly Want to Own a TV

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I’m currently watching The World Series. And it’s February. No, it’s not a classic game like the 1984 one where Alan Trammel led the Tigers to victory over the Padres. It’s a live… Continue reading

Why I Want to be on a Film Set When the World Ends

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Recently I’ve found myself working on several crime-drama feature length movies, and after being on set for 12 plus hours for the last three weeks, my mind has occasionally wandered. One recurring thought… Continue reading