I finally finished the fifth chapter of Zaphod Zombie's memoirs ("Zombie Porn"). It only took a week and a half. In my defense (not that I need it, no one is accusing me of anything) it's been a helluva busy week.
I went out of town for three days for the Halloween weekend. On Monday, I took delivery of a kitten named Benny and have been busy being my kitty's pappy. In between work and home, I've been consistently biking ten miles every weekday (starting the Monday prior last).
And then there's the chapter itself. That bad boy has been the longest chapter yet, clocking in at a little over three thousand words.
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The epic second episode of the second season of the Awesome Canadian Action Duo is after the break. Be sure to visit projectawesome.ca afterward to show Middlebrook some support.
Here's what you might have missed this week:
Halloween Photos (Part 1 of a "The View from a Camera Phone")
Create. Engage. Inspire. Defining Horbawrong Studios. What brainstorm??
Sex Kittens, episode 2. Dig it. With a shovel. Or a spade.
I've had this one in my back pocket for a while now, and I just want you to know that Monday's video will endeavor to clear up any and all confusion you might have about all this talk about Socialism.
You're welcome, America.
With the first three episodes of SEXKITTENS in the can, I'm looking forward to shooting the next batch next Wednesday. My plan was originally to tape them over the weekend, but I have to help my sister move and our first guest star will also be indisposed. Since next Wednesday is a holiday in these parts, the plan is to make the most of things.
Which is an obvious segue to this: I desperately want to make the most of not only the videos I post to youtube, but also this website. To make the most of anything, I think we can all agree that we need to know what we're talking about. In this case, the heart of it is Horbawrong Studios.
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This weekend was spent out of town with Sam's family and friends. I didn't take a vast number of photos, but I've been intrigued by the capabilities of my new phone, the MyTouch 3G from T-Mobile (I had previously discovered that it was capable of surprisingly sharp pictures with relatively short focal lengths) and I've been meaning to exercise my photographic eye lately.
All the photos (save the last one--"Waiting"--were taken this past weekend. They are snippets from the trip, from the drive to trick-or-treating with the kids.
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