We had rehearsed this thing where, at the end of “Dead End Justice,” Lita would point her guitar at me and riddle me with imaginary bullets. I would throw myself to the stage, slapping the blood packets, exploding them through my T-shirt. I’d bite blood capsules, squirting it from my mouth. —Cherie Currie
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Your film is like your children. You might want a child with certain qualities, but you are never going to get the exact specification right. The film has a privilege to live its own life and develop its own character. To suppress this is dangerous. It is an approach that works the other way too: sometimes the footage has amazing qualities that you did not expect. -Werner Herzog
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I passed my LICSW test and introduced my girlfriend to my parents so I’ll return to blogging when the hard work of producing minor miracles seems more mundane.
"The best image to sum up the unconscious is exactly Baltimore in the early morning."
Hahahahaha is this a subtle dig at Faulkner’s statement along the lines that the past isn’t even past and that there is no was, since all things that were still are?
I’m also a little jealous about the cool gifts :P
Are you a boy or girl?
i love you
That’s right -.-