Monthly Archives: June 2006

Deadwood

Yeah, it’s a post from somebody else who wants to praise Deadwood.  Just deal with it, okay?  If you’re a writer who wants to learn about subtext, study this show.  Anybody know if they’ve released any script books for the … Continue reading

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That time of year

Yes it is that time of year, a time I was lucky enough to skip last year.  This year, though, it’s rearing its ugly head and making me watch. It’s that time of year when I’m reminded I’m not going … Continue reading

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Taco Tour 2006, week three

This Saturday, I went to Chango’s.  I guess it’s a relatively big deal in Austin, one of the more popular taquerias.  I’m not sure it counts as a taqueria, though, at least not a nice little family-owned one.  It’s owned … Continue reading

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Friday at Hudson’s

As you may have read on Friday, Shawna and I went to Hudson’s on the Bend for our anniversary dinner.  We’ve hit a few of the better restaurants in town over the years, but this was by far the best.  … Continue reading

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And… done?

Finished the A Family Matter rewrite last night, and it felt good.  I’ll be going back in a few weeks to see if it’s any good.  Then, we’ll hopefully know if it sold or not.  If not, we keep shopping … Continue reading

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Reality TV explains religion

I was watching Hell’s Kitchen with Shawna last night, and something amazing happened.  They explained religion.  See, on this particular reality show, a team of men and a team of women compete for the chance to be the executive chef … Continue reading

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Final Lap

Took the weekend off to charge up for today.  I have somewhere between 6,000 and 10,000 words left in the A Family Matter rewrite.  I’ll be finishing it by Saturday.

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Taco Tour 2006: Week 2

Saturday found me at Rota’s Mexican Restaurant, a place that can best be described as hidden somewhere along Rutland Dr.  I grabbed a chicken fajita taco and a beef fajita taco.  The chicken was probably the best I’ve ever had.  … Continue reading

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Hell’s Kitchen

Well, I finally got around to watching the Hell’s Kitchen season premiere last night.  The show’s a guilty pleasure for me, as I love watching Gordon Ramsey tear potential chefs apart. This year’s group of contestants seems to be pretty … Continue reading

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Penslingers, Inc

Recently, I’ve joined forces with writers Mike Oliveri and Cullen Bunn to form Penslingers, Inc.  The Penslingers are a comic book writers studio of sorts.  Over at the Penslingers site, we’re actively looking for artists to help with pitches and … Continue reading

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