Sunday, September 17, 2006

My agent is so fired.

You know what this web journal needs? More surveys.

1. Seven things I plan to do before I die.
- Get married to the love of my life
- Maybe have a kid or two
- Publish a semi-successful novel
- Visit at least four countries not currently on this land mass
- Be in some classy Broadway production
- Show up on TV somehow
- I dunno, graduate college and get a half-way decent job

2. Seven things I can do.
- Write fairly well
- Dance to some degree
- Act
- Recite useless trivia
- Read really quickly
- Listen to people and their stupid problems
- Math, especially Trig. And English. And History.

3. Seven things I can't do.
- Get into a fight
- Feel completely confident about something
- Make somebody do something they don't want to do
- Sing well. But I'm going to keep doing it, dammit.
- Science outside of Chemistry
- Take something from somebody for nothing
- Think on my feet.

4. Seven things that attract me to the opposite sex.
- Intelligence
- Good sense of humor/witty
- Shares at least some interests
- Tolerant of my personality quirks, as well as having some of her own
- Looks past appearances
- Dark hair (There's some other superficial stuff, but that's the big one)
- Adventurous on occassion

5. Seven things I say the most.
- "Awesome"
- "Zany"
- Censoring my own curse words
- Random Pop Culture Reference
- "Really." (in a droll, uninterested voice)
- *strokes non-existant goatee*
- "Oh for the love of..."

6. Seven celebrity crushes.
Can't really think of any. There are a multitude of celebs I would love to simply hang out with though.

7. Seven things that make me uncool.
- Extensive useless trivia
- I listen to music that nobody would ever listen to in a million years
- I get a kick out of doing Trigonometry
- I check my e-mail compulsively, whether I'm expecting something or not
- I can recite an in-depth history of the Star Wars universe starting with the Battle of Yavin 4 and ending with the Second Corellian Insurrection
- I'm very excited about doing Teacher Assistance work
- I play Collectable Miniature Games competitively

I got a part in Trolls. I am simply "Man". I'm rather dissapointed with this development, but it at least preserves my perfect record. I would have liked to get into the competition piece, but children's plays are fun, too.

I rearranged my bedroom the other day. It will henceforth be known as "The Great Dust Bunny Migration of '06".

There was something else I wanted to write, but this entry is long enough as it is.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Things are different when you're staring down the barrel of a turkey!

Awesometastic. I got a 4 on the AP Psychology test from four months ago! Prestigious college options, here I come!

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Introducing the new Chrysler Didgeridoo - Drive in style.

School's exciting. For now. Auditions are next week. Once In The Time of Trolls, and Sunday Tea with Desiree. The former being the traveling children's show and the latter being the TheaterFest competition piece.

The release tournament for SWM: Bounty Hunters is quickly approaching. I'm hoping to make it. I finished up Star Wars: Legacy of the Force: Bloodlines and it was pretty good. This is about the first Star Wars novel I can think of that portrays Boba Fett as an actual person with feelings rather than just a badass bounty hunter with a jetpack. Not that he's not that anymore, but he is getting up there in the years.

In my need to quench my thirst for everything Neil Gaiman, I started on Anansi Boys which is actually hilarious, compared to Neverwhere and American Gods. He's really got some versatility.

I can't wait for Strats to start; I got this awesome campaign idea that I can't wait to introduce.

Casino Royale is starting to look really good, and most of my reservations regarding the new Bond, Daniel Craig, have been averted. I am so ready to kick off the fall movie season.

Adult Swim finally gets out of the summer funk with Bleach and Trinity Blood premiering tonight, in addition to more new episodes of Eureka Seven. Looking forward to that.