Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Still haven't figured out how to do links on this thing, but you can believe one thing: Chengwin loves you. (www.chengwin.com)

Celebrity sightings thus far in Manhattan: David Byrne today in the Builder's Association office where I'm workshopping the show Super Vision and Amy Poehler (pictured), Horatio Sanz and Seth Meyers in ASSSSCAT 3000 at the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theater, doing improv much funnier than most of their skits on SNL. And Chengwin. Oh, yes, Chengwin. How to describe the magic of Chengwin? Well...let's see...picture hundreds of people running through the streets of Soho waving pom-poms, cheering a half-chicken, half-penguin in his battle against his half-chicken, half-skunk nemesis Chunk. Aaah, Manhattan.

Monday, November 08, 2004

Arrrghh...I keep screwing up my posts. What I was gonna say was the recent election was plenty depressing, but what's really depressing is how little time I have to share my feelings with the world vis a vis this blog. I mean, seriously, it only takes a few minutes a day to update this thing, but for MONTHS now, I literally have not had a few minutes free to do anything, ever. Grad school, plays, teaching...yikes! But hopefully this crazy lifestyle will be getting at least a little less constrictive soon. I'll be heading down to NYC this week to workshop a play with the builder's group -- yes, that's right, for those keeping score, I'll actually be down to ONE job for the next two weeks, and hopefully that'll give me a chance to catch up on important things like this blog and that "Lost" show everyone's been talking about. Or not. Egad. (On the other hand, as far as I know only one other person in christendom is checking this blog anyway, so I guess it's understandable if its maintenance is not on the top of my priority list...but I blame that on my overcrowded schedule, too! With more time, I could upload pictures of the new Star Wars movie or fake nudes of the Olsen twins or something to increase traffic...ah, well. Maybe next year.

So, yes, the recent presidential race was depressing...