Ain't NOTHING easy about Sunday morning...

Sunday, December 18, 2005

I wonder

I think I need a publicist...
Or maybe I just need La-Shaun Latore back in my life.
She was the spritey Jamaican lady who forced me to apply to Temple...
And look what happened! I stumbled upon yet another quote from my relevant Narnia review on,
and I'm thinking...this HAS to be worth something to me. I feel like a joke emailing all my friends like "Yo! I got interviewed, or Yo! My review is up for 300,00 people to read this month..." Let's not even mention seeing my stuff on TV or pictures I've taken all over the internet.
Most people know that I do the vast majority of my work for free, and I wonder sometimes if I'm not exploiting myself enough, or if I'm missing some window of opportunity...

anyhow, sans shame:

Quoted Again by Christianity Today, alongside Robert Ebert, Peter Bradshaw and Barbara Nicolosi!

The Narnia Review w/varried comments from losers and lovers

Someone INTERVIEWED me! Came out last month. My parents haven't even seen it yet.

The MySpace Portal Into Adam

Live performance videos of J-Silas and shai linne

enjoy. I like feedback. I appreciate it.


Blogger jasdye said...

couldn't see most of the comments at relevant. do i have to register to see all that snarkiness? 'cuz if i do, forget it!

didn't really swoon over LWW. but, i'll see it again.

8:28 PM

Blogger Toya said...

just passing through...i see you commented on my blog a while back when August Wilson died, but i haven't really been blogging lately, anyways, peace...

3:01 PM

Anonymous Timi said...

I'll be your publicist...holla!

12:45 AM

Blogger Kurisuteen Kaneshiro said...

*falls out with milking picture*

Why is it that you became 'the other' as I was reading that interview? I actually thought you were someone else, or that someone was doing a DOPE Adam impression.


I still enjoyed it though, and found out some things about the Jesus Ranch, I didn't know about before. Coolness.

And yes, you'd do well with a publicist. Preferably, a Canadian.

*mean grills Timi*

11:14 AM

Blogger Not Your Average Jane said...

might i correct you? Disney did not release "the first ever live-action, theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ enduring classic, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. LoL. The BBC did.

I haven't seen the movie yet so I didn't want to ruin it for myeslf by reading the whole thing. j/k.
I think your article was spiffy.


3:01 PM

Blogger Not Your Average Jane said...

I liked the interview.

when i grow up i want to be just like you. lol.

3:05 PM


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