omg hilarious I love it

I was lying in bed thinking about how I have domains that are over 20 years old and then some dumb voice inside my head was like Well why don’t you do anything with them and I was like I do plenty and they were like Blogs are really on the comeback trail just saying and I was like Yeah I know, turns out email newsletters are still just email (and increasingly paid? I pay to receive email now??) and F*cebook posts are sent directly to Russia as I understand and they were like What a world and I was like What an INTERNET and they were like What happened to just making shit and I was like It all became Content and we lost on price and they were like Bruh wordpress install is one click now and I was like HARD PASS and took a melatonin and passed tf out. The end! Happily ever after. Looking forward to starting Russian Doll tonight on Netflix, I’ve heard good things.

The Vanishing Act

A few months ago a fellow by the name of Jim Bennett emailed me asking for permission to turn some of my stories into short films. I said “Sure!” and figured that would be the last I ever heard of it, because I know how it is, with plans and the ladies and so forth. But then a few weeks ago I got an email from him saying “OK, almost done,” and I looked up from the level of Lego Batman I was playing to be all  “Wah???” and then almost right away I got another saying “OK, done, here’s the link.”

So I guess he showed me.

Jim did an amazing job turning The Vanishing Act into a short film. It’s all the more impressive to me in light of the fact that he’s a high school senior, because when I was a senior I did nothing BUT talk about all the movies I wanted to make. And that’s exactly as far as I ever got, talking about it.

Anyways, this made for a great start to the year. Please check out Jim’s version of The Vanishing Act.