Here’s another beach shot that I’ve been working on today. Loving this.
Below is a behind the scenes shot that shows — quite accurately — that I’d been up since 3 a.m.
That other guy in the shot is Ben who assisted and shot with us that day. His girlfriend shot this shot and many more of the behind the scenes.
Last night, we shot a band on a nearby rooftop.
I’m not able to share shots of the band, but here’s one of me and my wee video camera.
We didn’t wrap until 2:30 a.m., and then I had to come home and go through film.
Holy shit, I’m excited about these shots.
The New Yorker — that liberal rag — published a review from Adam Gopnik of Elaine Pagels’ book, “Revelations: Visions, Prophecy, and Politics in the Book of Revelation.”
He says it has all the makings of a Hollywood movie. The only problem is that there are too many people that think it’s a prequel documentary about the end times, while the rest of us know it was just some big, hallucinogenic metaphor for the madness that was happening back then.
Well, Pagels says it wasn’t hallucinogenic. But whatever. How can’t it be?
Anyway, the best part of the article is the art coupled with it.
The world is going to end and Obama is driving us all toward that end!
Can’t you see that?
I mean, holy shit. This isn’t change or hope. That wouldn’t be something Obama would work for.
This is downright evil personified.
The only thing the SCOTUS decision is doing is showing just how fucking stupid those who opposed it are.
Above is a failed attempt at a meme chockfull of errors and below is an amazing show of the highest level of low intelligence.
By the way, the world is not going to end. Obamacare is not going to ruin the economy. You’re going to live your life. I will live mine. And we’ll move forward together.
Once America gets a taste of this healthcare, they’ll forget who signed it into law and if someone tries to take it away from them, they’ll scream bloody murder.