Monthly Archives: September 2012

Modern Mythology – No Country For Old Men

Spoiler Alert “The crime you see now, it’s hard to even take its measure. It’s not that I’m afraid of it. I always knew you had to be willing to die to even do this job – not to be … Continue reading

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Can Twitter Make You a Better Screenwriter?

If I were to distill the description of writing into two words, I might select observation and recitation. As writers, we observe the world around us, and then recite these observations in the form of a story. We add elements of imagination, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday, Sam Lower. Happy happy day. I’m so thrilled you came into my life. Yes. You have permission to turn red. Can’t wait to see you in November. I’m so sad Chili John’s will be closed. We will have … Continue reading

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A Fine Line…

Note: Apparently, I’ve angered some with this. Well, life is about discussions. I’d prefer it be about going out and leaping bounds, buildings or doing superhero acts, but at the end of the day, if we want to change things, … Continue reading

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The Best Fucking Chili Ever

I have two blogs to post; one about koan, the other about how amazeballs it is to edit with G. Instead, I must defend a local establishment. Yes. I brandish a gauze covered hand forth, in defense of Chili John’s. … Continue reading

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When Life Creates Art

A few months ago, I wrote about @jeannevb and how beautifully her life was altered with the creation of IMPASSE. She watched, at #PaneraOffice, as a couple engaged in a most remarkable battle. Neither side would back down. They were … Continue reading

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Crossroads

I’ve been thinking a lot about the ending of CAST AWAY lately. Chuck Noland stands at a crossroads on an open plain. Four points of the compass lie before him… which does he choose? Being a creative can be like … Continue reading

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