Monday, December 31, 2012

"This article is very well done and very disturbing."

I'd hoped to have a New Year's article up today, but no such luck. In other news, I pitched my creepy murderabilia idea to a list site. The editor liked it and had me write it up. The feedback I got on it was, "This article is very well done and very disturbing." I laughed a lot, I think that sums up the premise pretty well.

Have a safe New Year folks. And by that I mean go get into trouble.

Monday, December 24, 2012

When Honesty and Cursing Go Hand-in-Hand

So this is definitely worth a read:

For anyone who needs that little bit of motivation, or perhaps more importantly, an honest appraisal of what is really stopping them. David Wong is a senior editor for Cracked and this article should be read by any aspiring writer/artist/actor/creator, recent grad, self-proclaimed "loser" or just people who appreciate it when honesty and cursing go hand-in-hand.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Serial Killer Feet

"Angel Maturino Resendiz was an itinerant serial killer who murdered anywhere between 15-30 people throughout the 90’s. Here are his footscrapings."

Yep. Those are two actual sentences I wrote for a pitch I'm doing on murderabilia. Because nothing says "comedy" like feet. Serial killer feet, at that.

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Updates and Hypocrisy

I failed pretty soundly at the whole "update more" thing. So while I'm trying to write a piece right now I figured I'd come over here and say something to the readerbase that does not exist. Yet.

I've working on a couple of different things at the moment. I've actually already submitted (and been paid for!) three different things to a high-trafficked site, so I'm excited. Another one has been accepted by them and I'm working on the "finishing my part" of it. One more for them and I get a highly coveted "Veteran Writer" status and (a slightly less coveted, but only slightly) double in pay.

So other than rambling about stuff I'm working on in an even more vague manner, I'll end this here. Here's a quote from Tombstone, because I love that movie and it sounds like the kind of thing I'd have as a tag for a blog.

Doc Holliday: It appears my hypocrisy knows no bounds.
Wyatt Earp: Doc you're not a hypocrite, you just like to sound like one.