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:: Freedom ::
Lars Von Trier
Greenbelt 1 Cinemas
1400h - 28 August 2005

Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database.

:: Big ::

Big. Huge. Large. Gigantic. Immense. Massive. Enormous. Colossal. Humongous.

Funny. Amusing. Hilarious.


:: Camp ::
Nora Ephron
Eastwood Cinema 3
2020h - 14 August 2005

Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database.

:: Resurrected ::
A day and two weeks ago, my laptop died.
Today, she runs again.

She still needs a new hard disk, but she's working now.

Any donors out there?

:: Don't Go ::
Sais shows have been postponed.

Please wait for further announcements on the final playdates.

Thank you.

:: Babel ::
Fritz Lang
live score by Rubber Inc
SM Megamall Cinemas
2000h - 04 August 2005

Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database.

:: Go ::

I mentioned Sais, the latest Juan Ekis play, in a recent post, but I forgot to mention when and where it will be showing. Well, it shows are on August 11, 12, 13, 18, and 20 at 7:30 p.m. and on August 13 and 20 at 3:00 p.m. at the Celestino Dizon Auditorium in the University of Asia and the Pacific.

Go see it.

:: Gadget Love ::
If it isn't obvious now, it will be once you start reading on - I'm bored.

I've decided to make an inventory of the gadgets I own. Basically, I want to list down the little toys, knick knacks, doodads, gizmos, thingamajigs, and other watchamacallits I own.

Today, I'm going through the gadgets that I have on me now... basically the ones I carry around with me pretty much all the time. I carry a significant number of items on me, so this means I carry a bag most of the time... that or I have several pockets in all of my clothes. My pack of choice now is an Adidas sling back that looks something like this, but is probably quite a bit smaller. Attached to it are a pouch for a phone and three carabiners.

On a side note, I now want the bag pictured in the link.

Obviously, if I keep a pouch for phones on my bag, I have a phone. It is a Ericsson T68, upgraded to a T68i. Thing is, I have another, which I rarely use now - a Nokia 6100. This is stored in a pocket beside my battered Palm Tungsten T, which is enclosed in an even more battered aluminum case. Also in the same pocket is my thumb drive, laser pointer, as well as a key fob.

On the outside A look inside the main pocket reveals other, non-electronic gadgets. In a black case is a pair of sunglasses with interchangeable lenses. In a smaller blue case is a multi-tool roughly the size of the Leatherman Micra. In an inner pocket, a generic utility knife - a knock-off of the Victorinox Climber.

On another side note, I would ditch these two tools if I could get a Leatherman CS4, or a combination of the Victorinox Nomad and a decent multi-tool.

Of course, the highlights (pun uninteded) of my bag of goodies are the flashlights, torches, or whatever you want to call them. Up front on a makeshift holster on the strap of my pack is an aluminum 8-LED light. Powered by a single AA battery, this serves as my everyday light. Inside is my SureFire G2 Nitrolon, a really useful tool to temporarily blind people.

I've got other stuff in my pack, sure, but they don't really qualify as gadgets, so I guess I won't be listing them down here.

That's it. I'm off.

:: 6:20 ::
Juan Ekis, author of Twenty Questions, has another play coming up. An entry from his own blog explains:
"The play may be weird for some people as I will be tackling my own writing process and my beliefs about art and theater in this play. The story goes--five characters from my old plays arrive at rehearsals to stop my supposed 'last play.'"
Still in the same entry, X is looking for a place in Ortigas to stage Twenty Questions. Again, in his words:
"If only I had a peso every time this play is forwarded in the internet, I would have the money to stage it."

Hint...hint. For those who enjoyed reading it...baka gusto ninyo akong pondohan. :)
Care to figure out how to do this?

:: Death ::
I saw a hearse this morning.

I saw a hearse this morning, and I was reminded of her.

She closed her eyes every time she saw a funeral procession, a hearse, a coffin, anything connoting death. She couldn't bear to see these things. She couldn't help but shut her eyes.

I don't remember what the hearse looks like anymore. All I remember is the color - black.

I do remember her.

I miss her.

:: Epiphany ::
Hugh McLeod, the mind behind gapingvoid, has put into words what I have, for years, failed to explain - why I will, without fail, jump into a play, short film, photo shoot, or whatever production, even if I know that my regular job (or until recently, my class schedule) will not give me enough time to do so. He has, on top of this, done so in less than fifty (50) words. His explanation, The Sex & Cash Theory, goes like this:
"The creative person basically has two kinds of jobs: One is the sexy, creative kind. Second is the kind that pays the bills. Sometimes the task in hand covers both bases, but not often. This tense duality will always play center stage. It will never be transcended."
I guess this explains why I am somehow able to find time to sneak in those little projects of mine that rob me of rest, stress me out, and more often than not, barely pad my wallet.