Archive for June, 2011
Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
People in my church in Milton, Vermont looked at my movie for the first time this weekend and probably had a more than religious experience. Putting my stuttering voice to work, I made a very loosely articulated, keeping peoples attention, doing an impression of good-for-voice practice on podium’s speech, thanking people for coming.
And popularly known as Larry’s awesomely proud sister, Sally propped me up with articulation of kinds of words and syllables that are good to type presentations with but not good to try when looking for verbal clarity at nice church functions. It could be the start of my loudmouth, news anchor career.
Larry, sister Sally, and mom Alma attend church together in Milton, Vermont
Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011
Larry spent many years thinking people in the nineties only moved to mostly alternative rock music on the dance, like popular performers pictured on MTV, floor. Elder statesman of rock n roll, Bruce Springsteen just lost king of alliancing soul with working class, going- for-nothing-less-than-brink-of-exhaustion, rock, posing as sidekick, Clarence Clemons.
I wish opportunities to yell, killing quiet knowledge about my autistic lack of coordination to play potentially mind blowing guitar solos, at pictured in time period of Woodstock, concerts, were provided to new fan of classic rock, Larry. Today, I am a loud belter on the computer along old-school, rock n’ roller, Tracy, lobbing powerful lettered missiles of opinionated, moved now by New Age, Buddhist beliefs about purpose-in-life ideas about intelligence.
Meanings to great songs emerge from the lives of people inspired by their lyrics. Must-have soundtrack of our film pinball wizards our tunnel of love for language into the ears, not with big beats but with lushly strummed guitar strokes and more angelic than killing it like Bruce, vocals so tune into your iPod now and move your mind to a different rhythm about autistic creativity.
Tuesday, June 14th, 2011
Popular, planning to get lots of sun onto your pale body, place Tampa, Florida was the scene this past weekend of showing our, never lacking in meanings for Larry and Tracy fans, movie to lightning-rodded with brimming over with enthusiasm people. Miami may have label of very lavish beach land. Nicely built, with less ostentatious-looking modern buildings, Tampa proves that lasting offers of warm hospitality make more of an inked onto our hearts impression.
Lauri opened opportunity to Larry and Tracy to link up with lots of once-upon-a-time in the dark but now enlightened about the potential of lettered communication, parents and teachers. Special youth-powered papers may make this point in our movie tour one of changing tides of attitudes about autism and communication. Let’s carry this momentum forward to Orlando in July.
Wednesday, June 8th, 2011
The timing of our Tampa, Florida show times this week is like making strawberry shortcake on Independence Day. Potentially organizing my packing will include shorts and a baggy, more open to massive waistlines perforated with finely sown on insignia labels of minor sports star designers, bathing suits. Lapping only Tracy and I on totally domesticated for tourists’ beach will be Harvey and Pascal in their originally made for Olympians running shorts.
Powers of suggestion on TV lead us to living our movie star lives out under the moon light except when we are pleased to sleep in our own beds back in Vermont. There the topnotch philosophy of including Larry and Tracy in every major newspaper except Fox news rags gives us the confidence to name ourselves movie, People magazine still needs to key a story on, stars.
Oprah Winfrey, of course, looking always for seriously earthshaking stories to move people’s emotions, pivoting on opinions about social issues, is really more used to jabberers both on her show and in her book club but we can pop corks of marvelously like champagne, bottled up for years but now like a dormant volcano exploding into the skies, ideas to get her attention.
Move over talk show hosts. We are ready for prime time.
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Thursday, June 2nd, 2011
Kind of like making an appointment, entirely up to three other people’s schedules, areas time zoned differently to travel to, highly subject to peaceful flying weather, our touring for the movie notes a life of leisurely eating at meaty fine restaurants while typing frenetically at question and answer post-movie panels. Looking at this situation, I see lots of production in doing this movie star work, mostly because it’s me totally pressing out my intelligent thoughts onto potentially mown down minds of movie goers.
My quite satisfying life looks more like your anyone-looking-for-an- autograph-from, money-grows-on-trees-for, celebrity. I might not lead thinking man’s best looks list (nothing beats a good-looking kind of muscle bound mostly hairy headed man) and maybe I stay rooted in the traditions of old, mighty addicted to maple syrup, better openings inside their land to live a calm life, Vermonters. Now with taking our film on the road, I can role play too the personality of Will Ferrell-like jokester, looking at old attitudes and feelings about disability anchored in places of mostly retro-styled movies and poking fun at people’s ideas while leaving off, at the door steps of their imaginations, baskets of, voiced with letters, insights.
Your wanting to get out in the sun now should take over. Boredom reading profoundly written blogs otherwise will set in.
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