Hi there! It’s Saturday, and I’ve been working on that teleplay
like an idiot. However, this morning, I got to see the funniest movie. It was totally like something you’d see on MST3K, so it made me think of World O’ Crap.
The movie is Prehistoric Women.
I started watching the movie right about here, actually.
So … all those blonde women are slaves to the brunette women, even though there are 10 times as many of them. So, they could all get together and stage a big blonde coup anytime they wanted to.
And all the men learn to treat women nicely, by being locked up in a cave or something. So … it’s all about dumb gender wars and hair color and so on.
But then … wait for it … after the horrible brunette bitch is killed, the hero touches the white rhino and loses the blonde girl of his dreams. But ends up on the set of Live and Let Die.
Where he eventually hooks up with dream girl again, in a parallel universe, or something.
Well … that was
a pretty crappy not too horrible bad, but I can do better, after the poison kicks in. Really!
So … what else is going on …?
I will quote the
weirdest most interesting part:
Chinese writer Mo Yan won the Nobel Prize for Literature today. Yan’s work, which has been banned in China, was praised by the awarding committee for its “hallucinatory realism.”
And here I’ve been going through so many epiphanies! Ha ha ha …
Speaking of which, it’s probably way too late to introduce this as an exhibit for Judge Denise Cote, huh?
And, of course, I’m still
begging and pleading seeking contributions for the Sam McRae Mystery Series.
Well, there’s always next year, right?
Most awesome template ever!
I remember when I started following WTF News on Twitter, a
thousand few epiphanies ago.
Yes, writing is tough. But when you’re an indie, you have to make all the decisions and take responsibility for everything. But you maintain control of your content, which is important. And you get to do what you want with it your way.
Okay, maybe without the shooting part. Really!
Finally, here’s a much
less bizarre nicer song with which to end this post from Nik Nak’s Old Peculiar. Yay!
Along with this really
hilarious weird awesome quote:
“I am usually very careful about what I wear when I appear on television; I restrict to wearing colours which don’t distract the viewer and so therefore I have two wardrobes at home, one for home and the other for work. I’m not employed to be a shambles”
Angela Rippon, born 12th October, 1944.
This pretty much sums up why I would never pick a career in television. My wardrobe and fashion sense are totally unfit for the job.
But I will say, I don’t work in my pajamas! Really!