October 24th, 2003

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I may not have slept since 7 a.m. yesterday. Possibly.

I may have been sitting at my computer all night.

Premiere may have crashed on me at least four times, and I may have had to completely reboot at least twice.

It's entirely possible that I am not to be trusted to operate heavy machinery or talk to small children right now. If ever.

Despite all this, there is a teeny, tiny snowball's chance in hell that I don't care I don't care I don't care because bouncebouncebounce I finished1 my very first BtVS songvid, which I've been working on since at least July.



*cough* Ahem.

BtVS ensemble -- The Ballad of Rock Ridge, from Blazing Saddles. Rated "turn down your speakers if you're at work since it's the theatrical version where the the s-word flourishes unbleeped."


1Well, finished subject to extensive and possibly eternal tweaking and revision because a) anal, b) criticism is our friend, and c) anal. Yes, I know I said that already. Not actually posting to the BMVD yet -- I think I'll give it a good few days to let the postpostpost impatience wear off and at least another rendering after trying to clean up the credits.

Slings and arrows welcome.

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Saw Scary Movie 3, because it mocks several movies that maeyan and I have actually seen, together or separately. Was amusing and ultimately forgettable. Pam Anderson funny in cameo, Queen Latifah funneh and hot, as always, in minor role. Confused however by why 1/3 of the movie is an 8 Mile parody; since when is that a horror film? ETA -- the other 2 main parodies (this is hardly a spoiler) are Signs and The Ring, which juxtaposition was nicely ironic for me, having been in the middle of several IRC discussions about which of the two was scary, and which wasn't. (TBQ say Signs scary, Ring not. I say vice versa.)
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