Monday, April 17, 2006

Quieres Cantar en la Nieve?

Heh heh. We're learning about movies in Spanish. This one is a musical. Though I'm sure all of you could translate this, I'll do it for you. It's "Do you want to sing in the snow?".

For horror it's "El Monstruo de la Montana" or, "The monster of the mountain".

The adventure film is "Adventure in the Ruins". And there's a picture of Indiana Jones. Well, it's him. But it doesn't say it is.

I love those films. They're so funny.

Today we were watching my parody during activity. We were almost to the outtakes and Dain decided to press stop. So we had to start over. For some reason it wouldn't fast foward.

I got Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0. Maybe I'll be a film producer when I grow up. That'd be fun.

Or a director. I would be a great director. I could say, "Bench, do this", or "Bench, do that". I could even be in charge of where we put the bench.

I've had so many symbols from YAGMCB recently. I've been depressed. I had to edit something with that in it, and I was reading the comics. And Margaret's away message is, "Supp3r Tim3". First I thought it was "Super Tim" and I wondered if she knew Tim.

But then I read it again.

We need to do something for the variety show.

17 comments:

Carissa said...

ARE they having variety show????

was YAGMCB really sooooo much fun? everyone is like mourning its loss and saying how much everything is changed now. and i'm like ?huh? did it really do THAT much to ppls lives???

OOOO! can i have a copy of the DVD? does it have more bloopers than the one u showed in class does???

Jen said...

um..... HELLO!!!! Sam, weren't you the one who stole Tim's Rock Island group so we could do your skit???? ARE WE JUST GOING TO ABANDON THE SCRIPT?!?!?!

Angie said...

Yeah- about the variety show...

ME AND MADDIE ARE DOING WHAT IS THIS FEELING AND WE NEED A CHORUS!!!!!!!! Francis, if you still want to play the piano, I have the music for you.

YOUR MOM said...

smooth or
SMOOTH

Frances =) said...

Still depressed?
A lot of things can make you remember YAGMCB. . .=(
Angie. . .my name is FrancEs. Not to correct you or anything. Actually, I did. I mean. . .not to be picky/mean. But FrancIs is the guy form. LOL.
Sure. . .if Jeff's not gonna do it, I'll be happy to =)

Frances =) said...

I have to check something first, though. I think.
I had a post like that. listing on everythign anyone said had some relation to YAGMCB. . .I'm probably not helping so I'l be quiet now. . .
~Frances

Everybody Dance Now said...

Depression is a combination of various states of mind or events that occur. I am sorry to be so dead emotionally, but you have no idea what depression is until you get your heart and soul ripped out three times in less than two months. You hear news you just wish wasn't true, and yet you still have to go on day in and day out. Act as if nothing in the world was wrong, when everything in your life just came crumbling down. Live through that for the next year and a half, with a lovely ending of two months as noted above, and then speak about how depressed one can get. I really shouldn't do this. But the feeling of depression, in any form it is used, just sends me into a rant. I would say he is bummed, not depressed.

Jeff said...

Okay, you're all wrong. Depression is a psychiatric disorder characterized by an inability to concentrate, insomnia, loss of appetite, anhedonia, feelings of extreme sadness, guilt, helplessness and hopelessness, and thoughts of death. It's also called clinical depression. I thank dictionary.com for that definition.

Anonymous said...

Being depressed can be caused by various things, not just having your "heart and soul ripped out three times in less than two months" to quote everybody dance now. Obviously, you've never been in a show. Sam has a right to be depressed (which, by definition, is "Low in spirits; dejected") after his show ended. During a show, you tend to bond with the other cast members. Then, as suddenly as everyone bonded, the show ends, they're never to see each other again unless one of them gets the courage to talk to someone else outside the show. It can be very hard to go through. Think of it this way, since you seem to have trouble putting yourself in his shoes. You just made 15 good friends or so in a period of 2 or 3 months. You're all very close. Then, suddenly, POOF! You're never to see them again. Now, add that to this: Imagine that you've been working on a something for 2 or 3 months. It's been a lot of fun, and you really enjoy. Suddenly, you're done with it. What time you used to spend working on this is suddenly empty. I'm sorry you had your heart and soul ripped out three times in the past two months, but don't say Sam isn't depressed. He may not be as saddened as you, but he certainly isn't as happy as he used to be.

Everybody Dance Now said...

NEVER BEEN IN A SHOW!!! I HAVE BEEN IN TWO SHAKESPEARE SHOWS AND ONE COMING UP, I KNOW THAT FEELING OF THE SHOW IS DONE! IT JUST ISN'T THIS HUGE!! And yea I know I didn't put the definition down, thank you Jeff, but what I did put down is an example of where depression kicks in. All I am really saying is do not wrongly classify this depressed label where it should not be. Trust me I know through almost suicides of numerous friends and my own personal experiences what depression is.

Abby said...

wow, this is a cheerful conversation

Carissa said...

I realize that i am probably wrong and have like NO PART in this conversation, however, if every body dance now said he is "dead emotionally" wouldn't the feeling of the plays ending be dead for him? or am i wrong? i probably am.

Everybody Dance Now said...

You make a valid point, dead emotionally is the best way I could have phrased it. So much has happend in such a short period of time that I am in a good long slump of depression. The shows ending where embodied in this but not really included. The past two months have been a living hell for me. Which in my thinking is what drove me to bring up said things of stuff. I really cannot explain what is going on online, for personal matters and the fact that it is harder online than in person. And I hate the anonymous button, with a passion. Don't be a coward, put your name.

Carissa said...

Ok.. umm... so you WERN'T dead emotionally when the plays ended? because if you were, well, it isn't fair to say that a play ending means Sam shouldn't be depressed because you couldn't feel it anyway. Or if the plays ending CAUSED you to be dead emotionally it's basically the same thing that Sam is complaining about. except you more so. But if it's neither, well... i don't KNOW! i'm CONFUSED!

Everybody Dance Now said...

Plays ending did not cause me to be emotionally dead as is phrased. Yes it is sad and I was bummed a bit, but it was not a huge deal.

hong said...

advice concerning depression(though no one cares):remember your blessings:count your fingers (if you've got any you're better off than a whole lot of railroad workers in the 1800's)..be thankful for the food you have (50% of sub-saharan africa lives on less than $1 day)...and yea. cherish life.

Carissa said...

i UNDERSTAND now.. hehehehe.. i feel SPECIAL