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Monthly Archives: January 2012

What Time is it?

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January 30, 2012
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Tweet At least one time everyday, I hear that question.  “What time is it?”  In the past, I would generally look at my watch or the clock on the microwave and call out the answer.  Seems pretty logical right? Lately though, whenever that question is asked, my four year old will holler, “Adventure Time!”...
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6 Steps to Writing Your First Sitcom Spec Script

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January 25, 2012
6 Steps to Writing Your First Sitcom Spec Script

Tweet Writing a sitcom looks pretty easy, doesn’t it?  Twenty-five minutes of families or hipster friends sharing witty banter amidst getting themselves into sticky situations that faintly mirror real life.  How can that be hard?  In fact it is very hard, and may be arguably the hardest writing around.  Why?  Because not only do...
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10 Tips on Writing a Sitcom

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January 21, 2012
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Tweet While many of the sitcoms you’ve seen look like they could have been written by a monkey with a typewriter, it goes to show that sitcom writing may actually be the most difficult writing style in existence. Why? Well, not only do you have to know how to write a script which means...
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Steal This Post

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January 18, 2012
Steal This Post

Tweet Go ahead.  Take it.  Use it however you want.  I give you permission to put on your eye patch, peg leg, and parrot and pirate away. I’m not afraid of my work being stolen.  Why?  Not because it won’t happen, but because it will and there’s not much anyone can do about it. ...
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Pimping Sports for Blog Traffic

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January 17, 2012
Pimping Sports for Blog Traffic

Tweet I wanted more traffic to my site, so I wrote this post about sports.  That’s what it takes.  Nobody really cares about my musings on pickles or art, but I drop the name Peyton Manning or something sports related and people start clicking.  I’m pretty sure anything NFL related get the highest traffic....
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Did You See It?

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January 16, 2012
Did You See It?

Tweet Did you see it?  Tell me. Did you? Yeah, neither did I. But unlike other years, I actually did want to.  I truly thought about.   I thought about carving out a few hours to dabble in the Hollywood glitz and glamor of The Golden Globes.  I thought about dressing up in a tux...
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20 Seconds of Courage

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January 15, 2012
20 Seconds of Courage

Tweet I took my daughter to see We Bought a Zoo the other night.  My wife and son had seen it the week before and really liked it, so on their recommendation we ventured out to the movies. As a film, it was good.  Not great, but very good.  I found myself teary-eyed a...
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Free Food – Performance Art

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January 12, 2012
Free Food – Performance Art

Tweet Performance art is no mystery to you, and a good show may lead to the tossing of coinage.  So don’t hold back.  You’ve done some pretty crazy things on stage or in the subway before.  Remember that time you skipped naked through the airport terminal yelling, “I feel like a pickle!” as an...
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I Told You So (Ricky Gervais Part II)

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January 11, 2012
I Told You So (Ricky Gervais Part II)

Tweet I said it almost a year ago.  And then I said I told you so a couple months ago. Now I can say I really told you so.  This one can be filed under the “there’s no such thing as bad publicity” category.  Right after the Golden Globes faded to black and everyone...
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Pickle: Your Time Has Come

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January 10, 2012
Pickle: Your Time Has Come

Tweet I’ve decided that pickles are going to be the next big thing.  The next “bacon” if you will.  Why not?  Bacon’s had a very nice run and still tastes yummy, but why not pickles now? Pickles are more complex in flavor and take a more mature palette than bacon.  Also, they’re a little...
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