Store 54 is elusive, I found it on one trip, couldn’t find it on the next, and then found it again. It’s a vintage store run by some interesting individuals. It has almost anything vintage that you can imagine, and prices range from very cheap to very expensive. Even if you aren’t planning on buying anything, it’s an awesome place to spend time. Lit on the outside by Christmas lights, you walk down a funky staircase in to a little room filled with things. It’s on the far end of Harvard Ave nearer to Boston, and it’s much easier to find in the evening due to the Christmas lights. It might seem intimidating, but go in anyway and you’ll be glad you did.
So this video started going around my facebook today, with about a dozen of my female friends sharing the link with comments like, and “Everyone needs to see this”, and “All girls should watch this,” and “This made me cry.” And I’m not trying to shame those girls! I definitely understand why they would do so. And I don’t want to be a killjoy. But as I clicked the link and started watching the video, I started to feel a slight sense of discomfort. I couldn’t put my finger on why that was, exactly, but it continued throughout the whole thing. After watching the video several more times, I have some thoughts…
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For those of you who don’t know, John and I were recipients of part of YouTube’s “Original Channel” funding initiative. We used that money to start Crash Course…
This is me doing 27 minutes of comedy, by far my longest set of all time. It isn’t perfect, and especially in the first half I purposely tried to go off-script and fuck around, but I’m proud that I held a room’s attention that long and for my first time ever doing a half hour of comedy I felt pretty amazing afterward. I got a taste of doing a long set and it’s a hunger that will keep me working toward the ultimate goal of wasting an audience’s time for an hour plus. I’m proud of myself and happy that Sophia Cacciola and Michael J Epstein took a chance and let me do it. That could have easily blown up in their faces.
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Scene Analysis of Django Unchained
(This is a companion piece to http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/19/opinion/williams-django-still-chained/index.html)
I find that I am often less interested in how you feel, than why you feel. It’s a running theme in my personal and professional…
When Walter Sickert was asked by Michael j Epstein and Sophia Cacciola to make the Official Movie Poster for TEN, he was excited as he’s a huge fan of 70’s cult/horror/slasher movies and the artwork they inspire and loves to partner with friends on amazing projects.
Having done poster…
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