A Breath in a High Wind.

If you want to be alone, the best time is between four and five a.m. on a Tuesday. All the night owls have gone to roost and all the morning folks (venomous creatures) are yet to stir. One can walk the long lengths of yellow lines on urban thoroughfares unmolested an unquestioned.

If you want to go unnoticed, the best time is between nine and ten a.m. on a Wednesday. Everyone you might wake has gone to their worthless sales of labor. Anyone you do wake can't care to care. The world that might give you credence has gone to ground and you're left with nothing but hard, hateful morning.


Ricardo said...

There you are. I was looking for you on the other blog you set up.

I will not be having too many ugly mornings for a spell. I was fired from my job but there is a chance for me to do production work on TV. I know you do a lot of this on films and seem to like it. I'm hoping that it least I'll have a temporary means of bringing some cash.

Thomas said...

The machine that housed my other blog went belly up so I came back here. Hopefully it will be back and better than ever in January.

I'm glad to hear that you're going back into production. It's the only place to be.

On that note, do you have a gig you could refer me for? November and December are historically slow months for me and I'm not sure how I'm going to afford Giftmas presents.

Ricardo said...

Can you go to NYC? That's where I will have to head to. I am very green when it comes to production as I was on the broadcast transmission side of things with very minimal dabbling in production so I'm nervous. I'm having doubts about swinging it but I hear it is the best place to be. The people are great and from my limited experience, it's true.