Posts Tagged ‘film’
Friday, May 18th, 2012
Appearing in a movie opens you up to participating in an experience of thinking you are handsome and in the image on the screen you look like, a larger than life turtle, with a bald head.
Knowing, closer than you can look in the mirror, camera lights up, using most powerful lens, your face and body, you need to make sure you are putting on your best clothes. Acting is only your most best side of yourself promoting the personality of who you want presented to the world so you look inward to see the parts of yourself that you think are worthwhile.
I play to the camera like most people in the popular movies. However, let’s put out the idea that eating sushi in large quantities is the only thing I am not willing to do.
Sometimes I like to say politicians like to act like movie stars. Nothing people pass on more is lack of sincerity so move in your own patterns of behavior and you will get an Oscar.
Our film has the possibility to launch people like Tracy and I into good, old-fashioned, popcorn covered, mainstream theaters and on this path of showing ourselves to the public, it is fast becoming trendy to type using an iPad.
Friday, February 3rd, 2012
Topping our own movie appearance standards last week was the showing of our film last week at the Big Picture Theater in Waitsfield, Vermont. Needing mouthwatering burgers to go with our movie popcorn, we ate kind of early dinner in the theater restaurant and later, after the movie, looked like movie star leading men taking questions from the, practically buying beers for us on the spot, audience. It might not be a warm place to walk around in but possibly Vermonters, in the winter, clap the loudest for wretches-in-arms, Tracy and Larry.
I am past Pascal’s paying me to pose for your staring at movie star pleasure. The bigger issue is noted Tracy’s leading man, posturing to look like another version of Michael Jackson in listed as best work, party music, all classic soul dance number, Thriller. The noteworthiness of owning picture of Tracy is that he makes opportunities to communicate ideas with him a movement towards looking at learning to advocate for oneself as a greater vocation than cleaning parquet floors and doing dishes in a restaurant.
Others would say that he owns property on island of presumption of competence in Syracuse University because of his looking at mental capacity as a function of the natives of the speech world accepting immigrants from the non-speech world into, knotty with mostly negative beliefs, normal society.
Wednesday, January 18th, 2012
The start of the new year places people in the position of making, willingness there but execution questionable, time sensitive resolutions. Looking on the past year, it pleased me loudly like the loosely patterned after last century’s end celebration parties, on now picking up garbage off of streets, Times Square.
Finally, I was on the pages of the New York Times and potentially, it’s the pistons of machine of rights for movie stars, Larry and Tracy that will keep firing this year again. But unless I am able to land a wishfully, ecologically sound maid or valet, I must still push on with my personally important tasks around the house.
Wishing everyone a very Happy New Year, I am very looking forward to treating my partners in crime over beer and fine pub meals as we attend totally inspirational conferences in good for sunbathing climates.
Monday, December 5th, 2011
Opening the popularly known as people with autism’s opportunity, tightly done on big podiumed stage, to offer to audiences of possibly all Ohio State fans, powerful ideas about presumption of competence, we lined into our experiences of touring, palatial memories of special people opinionated towards our lettered communication from the OCALI organization, two weeks ago.
Pep rally like DVD signing mirrored our signing in Orlando this past, now in my long-term memory, nice to think about potentially while positioned for ice and snow here in Vermont, summer.
Looking poised to make appearances on marked with lines, massive like pools, filled with screaming very loud fans, football fields, we made a long time to be on stage go by quickly with our, assigned for posters, witty language and lots of pictures of Larry and Tracy telling people across the country about their love of burgers and opportunities to move out into the mainstream of main life.
It was positively working our bald heads into a mostly lit with pride shine and we hope to return sometime soon.
Thursday, July 28th, 2011
Appearing at totally communication centered conference, MIT more as meaningful in technological progress than artistic creativity hosted, in Boston last week, Tracy and I looked at newly printed, signed happily with my old school Larry signature, DVDs and positioned ourselves as old-time actors on a stage of lettered opportunity to share our message on opening windows of popularity for people with limited communication.
Occupying classes in beginning patterns of typing support of people like me without protest was myself and my trusty case manager, Erin, opting out of her regular work to really earn style-points for driving partner of Larry’s wandering around the keyboard movements.
Willed to me were many memorable moments of watching roads to expressive communication being paved over with, soundly grounded in good practices, mastery of doors to voice and life purposefulness.
Okay. Overly wordy Larry needs to look at entering school of shorthand communication.
Larry and his case manager, Erin at the ICI Conference at the MIT Media Lab in Boston, July 20
Thursday, July 14th, 2011
It was a pleasing opportunity to kick our DVD release into the end zone of the Autism Society of America’s popular annual conference last post-July Fourth week-end.
Willing to let total work of leading presentation to planner, practiced Powerpointer, Gerry, Tracy and I mumbled our prepared, typed commentary to the, entirely Oprah Winfrey-ing our every word, picture-popping, audience at the gala-ready convention center in Orlando.
It was lots of opera-like applause that we milked, signing DVDs and posing for movie star, passing as old actors like Ted Danson of B-movie stardom, pictures.
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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Tuesday, May 31st, 2011
Looking important to do on this coming Memorial Day is placing lots of letters of jam-packed with appreciation with the people in the military operating primarily in places of protracted conflict. The popularity of politicians is often more based on leaving a land putting our troops in positions of taking great risks to apply peacekeeping maneuvers to mold public policies on operations in war-torn countries into hopes for movements of change, opening doors to democracy, powered by big business production.
Let the monsoons of my political rants clear out now and let me say I am a proud American, pleasing moviemaking goers out of Netflix viewers with meaningful ideas about older than stories in plenty of religious texts intelligence and opinions, matter more than picking food choices, communication. I pole on the liberal look side of politics. I make paintings on the purely intuitional process of doing art. I live in the kindest to environment state. I need people to point to my autism less and more to my abilities.
All of this leaves me properly typed out and I hope people everywhere kick up their heels over the long weekend and include much fun moving to the beat of music from the Wretches and Jabberers soundtrack.