Saturday, December 30, 2006

"15 Seconds"

Just because it isn't snowing outside doesn't mean it can't be snowing on my blog.

Happy holidays, everyone.

**EDIT** Anonymous is finished now that chapter thirteen is completed.

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

An Apology

To my friends,

My comments on "Multimedia of the Mind" about Christmas and Christians were offensive and I am very sorry.

I want to apologize to all the people who read my mean-spirited comments. Although I was actually trying to be funny and sarcastic, I ended up disappointing people whose opinion of me I care about very much.

I want everyone to understand that those comments reflected a moment of poor judgment, and not my true opinions. Once again, I am very sorry.


"Scenes From a Beach"

Happy holidays, people. Chapter Twelve of anonymous is out, and I've updated The Christmas Light Fiasco (Go to "Deranged Christmas Stories" on the sidebar).

Whoever said it was right. Three stories at once is a lot to right.

Saturday, December 23, 2006

"Don't Mess Up"

New chapter of Malachi is out. Also, if you could direct your attention to the sidebar, the new menu option "links" provides links (imagine that) to my stuff, so just go there.

And I changed the footer, as well as the little paragraph of text in the sidebar.

**EDIT** I won't be on much, we don't have great internet connections.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Monday, December 18, 2006

Making Fiends

My newest story "Malachi: A Memoir" is from the point of Malachi from "Making Fiends", the flash cartoon above. Malachi is the dark gray boy with the three hairs.

Please watch some of the Making Fiends episodes so you will understand the story when it comes out.

Took me forever to embed the video and get it the right size, so LIKE IT!

Friday, December 15, 2006

"Dial Tone"

My blog was one year old on Wednesday.


"The Christmas Light Fiasco" now contains a dig at pro-lifers in scene five and six.

Since most of you are probably not going to go there and read it...

5 -- Fairview -- Ext. Van -- 5

Low shot of the back of the van: the only thing seen is the van's tires and the bumper. A bumper-sticker reads "Life: It's a gift, not a choice" in a clearly pro-life demonstration. A mother is on it, holding a baby.

The driver's-side door opens, and MOBSTER 3 steps out, his feet the only part of him seen. The back door opens up and MOBSTER 1's feet steps out. MOBSTER 3's feet walk over to help him.

PAUL's feet come out, bound with duct tape and tied to the metal ball, he struggles. He is dragged to the left and off screen by MOBSTER 1 and MOBSTER 3.

6 -- Fairview -- Bridge -- 6
High above the bridge, a 90-degree look down at a bird's eye view of MOBSTER 1 and MOBSTER 3 dropping PAUL into the river. He splashes down into the river, MOBSTER 1 and MOBSTER 3 rush back into the van and drive off.

I like that, though it may be too contraversial.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006


Chapter Eleven of Anonymous is out. I'm also still updating The Christmas Light Fiasco. It looks like I'll probably write those screenplays for more than just these weeks, I may write them until the first day of Spring.

Now that that's out of the way.

Why is that you people assume that the pine tree I drew is a Christmas Tree? I'm sorry, did something there indicate it was Christmas tree that I missed?

I have seen some of the worst political incorrectness this week. Though I know you people think there is a "War Against Christmas" (thought that seems like a cheap shot at Andrew, it isn't. Plenty of my friends think that), people won't stop wishing me a "Merry Christmas".


So listen: a pine tree isn't necessarily a Christmas tree.

I swear, if you people celebrated Shabbat with candles, every candle you saw would be a Shabbat candle.

So happy holidays, everyone.

Saturday, December 09, 2006

"Do Not Touch"

I'm still updating The Christmas Light Fiasco, as well as working on a chapter for "Anonymous".

Saturday, December 02, 2006

"Clementine II"

The Christmas Light Fiasco has been started, though for the lazy ones I recommend waiting until it is finished and reading the whole thing. That generally makes it easier.

(and yes, that picture is centered. If you lean in you can see that there is a slight border, and that the subject of the photo is just off-centered)