Monday, September 10, 2007

What a boring day, Four Days Down



Weather was pretty accurate.

Today was pretty dull, to say the least. In third period Tennis my teacher mention the words tennis twice today! Fourth period was a drag. My English teacher bored us with English literature she loved oh so much but not many of us cared about them. Fifth period was also boring. I just order more video supplies for my teacher on B&H and Fry's and then I watched some Inner-City Filmmakers videos in the back room. Sixth period was okay at the beginning until she, my Math Analysis teacher, started lecturing us about some new formulas (I feel asleep). Seventh period lackluster as well and all we did was move paint buckets out this storage bin to check if they were dry or not.


After school I did some school supply shopping at Target. I've got enough paper to hold me the whole year, two thumb drives, a red pen, blue pens and blacks pens, a "homework folder", three 1/2 inch folders and 2000 staples (see above).


Congratulations to Ryan Wieber for winning an Emmy for best special effects for a miniseries, movie, or special (TNT's Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King episode "Battleground", Lead Visual Effects Compositor, see above). On the subject of Ryan Wieber he was also featured on this show called iCaught in which there is a spot on him about how he became famous through YouTube and Ryan vs. Dorkman 1. It's great to see him doing good things with his talents but I would certainly like to see Dorkman get out there more as well because I think he has a plate load of talent as well. They're both very nice people. I like Ryan especially because when I went to the premiere of Ryan vs. Dorkman 2 in Beverly Hills and I was standing in line he striked up a normal conversation with me. It wasn't like I ran up to him and was like "Ryan! Ryan!" He walked up to me, which was very surprising and I gave him a load of respect for that. I'm not saying Dorkman is any less kind, he too was talking to other folks besides me but I just have that extra soft spot for Ryan just because of that particular moment and whenever I see him getting Emmies and TV spots it brings a smile to my face and I'm proud of what he has accomplished. Again, congratulations to Mr. Ryan Wieber, can't wait to see what your future holds for you.


As you can see above I hurt myself coming home today on my kitchen counter.

Quidditch is back in the sixth film of the Harry Potter series: Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince

Here is a link the interview where Dan lets slip the presence of Quidditch in the next and final film displaying any form of Quidditch playing:

Were there any scenes that you kind of hope get cut, maybe because they'd be tedious?
I suppose anything on a broomstick I always go, 'Oh, god.' It's weird because J.K. Rowling essentially doesn't like writing Quidditch. I and the crew and all the cast members don't like filming Quidditch. But it's so pleasing to the fans, and there is more Quidditch in the sixth film.

Link her for entire interview.



While on the subject of Harry Potter I got this new desktop picture from this artist from deviantart. I like it. It's Draco and Lucius Malfoy looking as smug as ever.

Peace.

1 comment:

whose else, me, wu said...

kiss your boo boo?