Monthly Archives: July 2010

The blogger moves to Los Feliz

Sorry I’ve been M.I.A.– I’m in the middle of a huge move to the Los Feliz neighborhood, which is the hipster capital of Los Angeles. And just as I finished typing that, I looked up from my laptop and saw … Continue reading

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The Yes Experiment

I’m ashamed to say that a Jim Carrey movie inspired my latest idea, the Yes Experiment. This movie, Yes Man, was based on an autobiographical book by Danny Wallace, who spent a year answering “yes” to any question or proposal … Continue reading

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Seen in a Women in Film newsletter

MOVIE EXTRAS NON-UNION, ALL ETHNICITIES: Men and Women – Ages: 18 to 55 EXTRAS NEEDED FOR: Future Generation Assembly Scene, Space Ship Landing Scene, Evil Destroys Interplanetary Battleship Scene, Alien Ambush Scene

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The Hollywood food chain. Note: You are algae.

Do you remember the last time you made thirteen dollars an hour? I do: today at my temp job. And this is good money for LA– most stuff I’ve seen is eight bucks an hour. Breaking into entertainment industry is … Continue reading

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A hilarious story about Bill Murray that may or may not be true

So last week I was hanging out with my cool LA friends at a trendy Mexican restaurant (read: they offer $5 burritos) in an up-and-coming neighborhood (read: there is only occasional gang violence) on the outskirts of downtown. Everyone was … Continue reading

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