Whine and Bitch about people long after they become interesting to talk about
Spoony still describes himself as an "actor" on his Twitter bio.
When I was a kid my favorite relative was Uncle Caveman. After school we'd all go play in his cave, and every once in a while he would eat one of us. It wasn't until later that I found out that Uncle Caveman was a bear.
He also still describes himself as a critic, comedian, writer, filmmaker and blogger. He's none of those things, unless you count tweets as blogging. He's not a scientist either, so the only accurate word in that bio is "mad."
A while back the grease golem was claiming he grew his hair out because he was trying to find acting work. I doubt that "trying" involved anything beyond the confines of his house, though.
I'd say he made an even bigger mistake in giving these cunts a platform in the first place
He won't make that mistake againKeith Chegwin wrote: ↑Mon Feb 11, 2019 1:21 amI'd say he made an even bigger mistake in giving these cunts a platform in the first place
I think that's a holdover from after Scarlett broke up with him. 2011 was mostly him being depressed and wanting to move to LA because Scarlett still lived near him.da PAC Nigguh wrote: ↑Mon Feb 11, 2019 1:10 amA while back the grease golem was claiming he grew his hair out because he was trying to find acting work. I doubt that "trying" involved anything beyond the confines of his house, though.
Sums it up, doesn't it? I remember even back when I was a fan of some of these people, I couldn't help but cringe a little when they would use the word "show" to describe the shit they made. Calling the anniversary things "movies" was even worse.
Living in ATL I’ve friends in the industry. I showed them the doc at dinner one night, mainly the sections about the food and stuff, and they laughed their asses off.pibbs wrote: ↑Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:29 pmAn addendum:
Even on professional sets, only lunch is provided with snacks and drinks at the craft service table. And that's for the big budget, union shoots. I know, I've worked on them before.
There are rare occasions when a shoot runs over the agreed upon shooting day. If that happens the the cast and crew are given overtime for the day (if I remember it right, it's 10 hours, with further penalties and more pay for anything over 12) dinner is provided, by union rules. This was true 10 years ago, when I worked it.
Doge shot a non-union film. In that case it falls to tradition as I stated in my previous post.
To quote one friend “Who the fuck do these people think they are?” We then proceeded to watch some clips from the specials and lost it.