Tuesday, December 18, 2012

trees on cliffs, China

trees on cliffs, China by Jerrold
trees on cliffs, China, a photo by Jerrold on Flickr.

This may or may not be an inspiration for something that I write at some point in the future.

Who's to say? Let me know what you think when you think it in the comments section below.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Enjoying the Sunset

Enjoying the Sunset by laverrue
Enjoying the Sunset, a photo by laverrue on Flickr.

Consider this the pages of the morning, as this is going to go all over the place. Where is here? The Place.

Didn't realize we were playing Jeopardy, did you? Indeed. Oh, in case it comes up, or goes down, I'm attempting to hit an artificial word count by 7a PST. Probably won't happen, but hey, what do I know?

Nobody knows anything, as we've previously discussed, probably elsewhere, as I don't think I've put any screenwriting related material here. Well, it all is, actually.

I've been once again told to have a super sparkly day. I would consent to do that, however, I'm not truly sure I know what that is.

If you, or anyone you know, can adequately describe a super sparkly day in let's say, 140 characters or less, mention it to me on Twitter. You may win something. The usual prize, if you know what that is. I'll upgrade you to VIP status for 2013 ;)

Also unclear on the concept of 2nd Breakfast. I mean, I know it's the most important meal of the day, but do you seriously need to eat it twice? What's next, 3rd lunch?

24 hours in a day, 7 days in a week, approximately. This may be why the TARDIS is constantly going to nowhere in particular. There has to be a fixed point in space/time that it holds to, in order to figure out where to go, and how to get there.

Speaking of which, how far is infinity, anyways? I read an article in a photo magazine when I was a young lad, not to be confused with being Young Lad(more on him, later), that stated different cameras have a different definition of how far infinity is. Of course, this was the analog age, and as with all things digital, your vanishing point may go away entirely ;)

I just heard the famous Jean-Luc Godard quote. Famous French director of the infamous French. So good, that they'd take his direction. Sometimes, they'd even give it back. I'm just writing words in random order now, they just happen to make sense.

All the works of Shakespeare? That's easy. I follow two 'bots on Twitter that tweet them out. Great stuff, if you enjoy reading Sir William 140 at a time....

There may be a conclusion to be had here, however, you may have just been had yourself.

Leave a comment below if you so desire, and I may even reply. Thanks for your time.

72 and sunny in Redondo Beach, as always. Adjust your expectations accordingly.

Via Flickr:
Canal Street, Manhattan, NYC