Sunday, August 16, 2009

I'm still here!

I swear I'm still alive more or less. The big move has been hectic and emotional. If anyone who reads this is interested in what I've been up to you're better off taking a look at Speedhero and Zombievrobot since they seem to be the only ones that get regular love.

Who needs three blogs anyway. Nobodies THAT interesting.

Back to my serious business.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Thursday, May 28, 2009


There is no other reason to this post than my utter amazement at Christadelphians. That's a new one for me. Their beliefs seem to be standard, the bible is the word of God, it's 100% accurate and without error (that's what their website says anyway).

It's only frightening when you start to think about the bibles views on slavery, incest, homicide, genocide, unicorns, men commanding entire bodies of water, talking snakes, women being made of ribs...

No, I'm sure they're fine.


Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Victoria, finally.

So, I've landed in Victoria safe and sound. I'm going to leave it to a couple of pictures to really express the peace and joy my new surroundings have started to bring me.

I walked for 5 hours yesterday and another 4 today. I spent 20 minutes watching this heron work on lunch, apparently I wasn't a concern.

I love it, I'm happy to be here.

I've gotten to thinking that the best way to preserve my trip to Japan would be book forum, a photo book of all my best and most memorable shots. What do you think?

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

So slackerly. What with all the slacking and all.

So, I swear there is more to be said and seen when you go to Japan for 11 days. That being said, with my upcoming move to Victoria (Yay, 4 days) everything has been put on the back burner.

I realize I'm probably only explaining this to myself at this point but I'm fine with that. More Japan and more life will be committed to the interwebs for posterity very soon.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Intermission the second.

If you're not familiar with the film "The Devils Backbone" you may want to get informed.

Universal is developing a feature film based on the Spanish-language short Mama, from newcomers Andy and Barbara Muschietti. Guillermo del Toro is apparently in negotiations to produce the film and mentor the filmmakers, much like he did with Juan Antonio Bayona for The Orphanage.

The Muschietti duo are currently working on the English-language script, with the possibility of filming to take place in New Zealand while del Toro shoots The Hobbit next year. The premise is being kept under wraps, but the short reportedly centers on two girls, Victoria and Lily, who are on the run from a ghostly woman who appears to be their mother.

The "effects-heavy picture" will likely contain an "emotional as well as a horror element, since the girls are pursued by someone, who at one time was their guardian and caretaker."

I'm not sure whats going on with the size, but don't worry. Watch it NOW!


Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Not feeling very motivated, though this is helping...

If you don't know about Ronald Jenkees you should. Go nao!