I drove to Tustin to have lunch with my friend Trick. He was visiting from his job in Japan, and I wanted to make sure to hang out with him at least a little before he had to head back. As usual, our conversations ranged from anything from Japanese girls to creative writing to the state of the economy. Our talks have always had a lot of diversity in them, and always feel natural. Good times.
We ate at Chick-Fil-A, and we talked till I had to leave for Norwalk.
Once at Norwalk, I realized that my 2010 calendar was now done. This would normally not be of any note of interest, either to myself or to you, gentle reader. But it was a free Marvel Comics calendar! Its new-found status as being obsolete paper should at least be noted.
Okay, even I’m bored with that.
When I was done with work, I headed to Amy’s house to watch Buffy and Angel. We ended up watching 6 (SIX!) episodes, and hit the awesome crossover episodes with Faith. Great stuff, if I do say so myself.
Unfortunately, I ended the night with some news that wasn’t so strong. Apparently the client for the commercial I shot with Justin wanted to re-do all his speaking parts. From camera, lighting, and audio. This is roughly 75% of the commercial. Its going to be a lot of work, and I don’t know exactly when I can get access to the camera we used for the shoot. But this is life in the Big City, or so I believe.
Either way, I wasn’t completely happy with what we shot before, so I will just look at this as a chance for improvement.
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