Full disclosure, I haven't actually acted since August (this trend will be over soon, I have an audition next week). I've had major parenting responsibilities. My son is disabled and in order to make sure that he gets what he needs I've been fighting since April. Fighting with the government. Fighting with the school system. … Continue reading Persimmon Nut Nappers (GF)
Art work from Japanese "Fart Battle" scroll. Edo period. Artist unknown.
I came across this article in my Facebook feed via a friend and it gave me something to think about. The article discusses some experiments that were done to determine if gender bias played a role in teacher evaluation. The results were fairly compelling and showed that female students will in fact rate a female … Continue reading How We’re Taught to Look at Women (as Women)
It is fairly common place to receive friend requests from complete strangers. Probably everyone has experienced this at least once. Recently, I accidentally accepted one of these invitations. I was under the impression that the person who sent the request was somebody that I had met on set . . . I was mistaken. I … Continue reading Troll
So I was bouncing around the app store, as I do, and I came across this! Love! Sushi Rangers A romance dating sim where you date . . . sushi. Huh? So here is my synopsis based on looking at pictures and not actually playing the game at all (yet). According to the site, your … Continue reading I think this might be a cannibalism game . . .
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I was recently involved in a student project for a 3 camera class (3 cameras seems to be the preferred shooting method of sitcoms) and it was both educational and a lot of fun. To be truthful, I've been pretty snobby toward student projects in the past. Previous experience has taught me that these shoots … Continue reading Student Projects
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