protected speech pursuant to the "inalienable rights"
of all men, and the First
(or even the Second)
Amendment to the Constitution
of the United States of America. Don't tread
on me, pretty-please.
I have officially quit my
position at The Restaurant. Rest
assured I'll be touching on this delicate subject more in the
future. Wink, wink...
Now it's dark...
One more day until Mr.
Dark #2. I just saw the nearly complete film. Pretty dang cool,
as Jesse might say.
I believe I'll celebrate Independence Day by officially quitting my job at The Restaurant.
It was the hottest June ever
recorded in Spokane's history, with 90s and 100s at least through
trial of Salvador Dali - a BBC production about when the
original surrealist group put Dali on trial for being a
douche. A good show albeit with terrible acting by the dude
playing Dali. I'd like to see this done with local actor Christopher
Lamb (who I've worked with many times in various JJH films), whose
portrayal of the Spanish loon is right on.
records shattered across Washington state yesterday. Bank signs
read 110 in downtown Spokane. It was still 90 degrees at 2 am this
morning ... Upwind of us massive
fires are burning in East Wenatchee, with concern about
possible ammonia and methyl bromide leaks ... And on top of all of
that, a semi-truck overturned near Coeur d'Alene and spilled ONE
MILLION LIVE BEES! ... Also, I'm investigating reports
that mole people with an appetite for human flesh are emerging from
the earth throughout Spokane Valley.
Peek over the edge from the
Centennial Trail above ... The north bank of the Spokane river
downstream of the Monroe Street Bridge was
once referred to as Shacktown.
I have a good idea. Let's take tens of thousands of
testosterone-addled young men, tens of thousands of half-naked young
women, pack them into a confined area, then turn the heat up to 110
- 115 degrees and see what happens. And what the heck, let's toss
in some alcohol to keep it interesting. Think the CIA drug experiment
in the movie "Jacob's Ladder" but with mega-tits and boy
boners. Locals hide your daughters, restaurateurs count your
silverware - Hoopfest
2015 is coming to town.
Check out this poster art for our entry into the 24
Hour Film Race. It was made by the talented Jonathan Geary, the
newest member of the JJH crew, on board for future film projects and
art design. Click pic for a larger version.
Dolezal buys her black weaves from a white lady: an excellent
article written by Spokane artist and entrepreneur Melinda
"Doc" Hurt, proprietor of Doctored Locks, "a hair
junky's fantasy come to life," and who also happens to be the
make-up/hair person for JJH Productions.
Yes, I think the Confederate
flag is a symbol of racism; but, if you call for its elimination,
and then go out and unfurl your American flag that flew as we
exterminated the North American Indians, along with countless other
atrocities, don't you think that's being a bit self-righteous and
Meyers: "Donald Trump announced yesterday that he is running
for president. And based on the amount of bronzer he uses, he's
running for president of the Spokane NAACP."
entry for New York's 24 Hour Film Race 2015. I love it.
"Mental" is wonderfully directed and edited, as are all of
Jesse's films. Beautiful cinematography. We can't put it online
until after the judging. See it here in a few weeks.
In the meantime, enjoy our
last year's entry A Drink in
the Dark, which finished in the top 24 out of the hundreds of
films in this international competition.
My son James says that the sad
thing about the Rachel Dolezal white-woman-pretending-to-be-black
story is that Spokane has so few black people that nobody said,
"Wow, that's totally a white chick pretending to be
Really, think about it.
There's so few blacks in
Spokane that even the local chapter of the NAACP looked at her and
said, "Hey, close enough. We'll take what we can get."
The best photo op of the year
is happening in downtown Spokane today - The Gay Pride Parade is
snaking though town and meeting in Riverfront Park.
or the Trans-Pacific Partnership, is a trade deal that has been
negotiated in secret for years now. A lot of people are going to be
affected by this, but for some reason the public is not allowed to
see what's in it. In fact many of the lawmakers which are about
to vote on this deal haven't even read it themselves. Those who
have, are forbidden to expose what it contains. Here's
what you're not being told.
Fermi Paradox: Life is durable, and Earth-like planets aren't so
rare. So where are all the aliens you might expect to meet?
Here's my new obsession: I
want to produce a band named Joe. Everyone in the band would be
named Joe, and all of the songs would be about people named Joe -
Joe McCarthy, Joe DiMaggio, Joe Goebbels, Joe Merrick the Elephant
Man, Joe Stalin, Mean Joe Green, Joe Blow, Uncle
Joe from the Petticoat Junction series. If I can get just get a
fraction of the world's Joes to buy the records I'll be guaranteed a
slew of commercial hits.