And I'm baaaaack. It was a long trip and much I don't want to relive, but we made it and the kids got married. Success! I decided once I got back from being in Michigan that I needed a vacation from my "vacation." Michigan wasn't really my scene. Grand Haven was like walking on the set of the Truman Show. Anyway, here I am back to blogging and now we have Syria which feels like Iraq War redux, but a bit different. The economy isn't much better and oh yeah, the GOP still is batshizzzz crazy. Good things don't change.
We're off to Michigan tomorrow morning. First stopping in Chicago for a night then driving to Grand Haven, MI. I'm finishing my work week, Day 6, on my feet and still rocking out. Maybe we'll remember this time to take pictures. Hold down the fort ya'll.
This bit is sad because it's the best reporting on our current financial system all year. Not one news organizations has the balls to stand up to our over lords. Till then they'll keep getting away with it.
I grew up in the DC Area. The Post was a staple growing up. Over the years it became less and less about news and reporting and more about tossing the political football. I don't care for what it's become. If it weren't for Greg Sargent, Eugene Robinson and the occasional Ezra Klein post -- I'd never read it.
We're beginning the early stages of pre-production on our first project. I've got the scripts, the talent and now it's time to start looking at logistics. That'll be my day. I moved here two years ago with a hope to putting together new and fresh projects -- it's happening. Slowly but surely. I'm hoping to share with you all the latest thing I've done. That's in post right now. Hollyweird ya'll. Hollyweird.