46- Terminator 2: Judgment Day #52PickUp

I cautiously awaited the year 1997 as this film predicted Global destruction via Artificial Intelligence takeover. That’s right I watched:

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12- Racial Diversity in Films

The guys at Not Quite Hollywood (three white men), try to get shut down already as the topic of race in films continues! This week, we discuss–

 

August– Black-oriented Roles for Actors (Starts at 00:00)

John– Racially Alternative Casting (17:45)

Jamie– If aliens came to Earth, how would we be racist towards them? (31:35)

 

Each odd-numbered episode we talk specific films, and each even-numbered episode we discuss topics regarding Hollywood and the things we’re passionate about (either way).

Listen here.

Download us on iTunes Tuesdays AND Thursdays! Subscribe and comment below to join the conversation!

Do you have questions, suggested movies, or topics for us to discuss? E-mail us at  NotQuitePod@gmail.com

Visit Jamie’s blog at GuyOnAWire.


-Jamie (@GuyOnAWire)

9- Learn From Where We Stole Our Name!

It’s all out on the table this episode folks. John comes up with an idea for a Fourth Austin Powers film, August cheats and does two films, and Jamie learns where we stole our podcast name from! All this and more for today we each discuss:

Jamie- Austin Powers (Starts at 00:00)

August cheats and does TWO!   Faust (17:54) and Alien (23:37)

John- Not Quite Hollywood (34:56)

SPOILERS for each film, FYI!

Each odd-numbered episode we talk specific films, and each even-numbered episode we discuss topics regarding Hollywood and the things we’re passionate about (either way).

Listen here.

Download us on iTunes Tuesdays AND Thursdays! Subscribe and comment below to join the conversation!

Do you have questions, suggested movies, or topics for us to discuss? E-mail us at  NotQuitePod@gmail.com

Visit Jamie’s blog at GuyOnAWire.


-Jamie (@GuyOnAWire)

 

My Cancer Story Ch. 6 “The Chemo Fallout”

Chapter 6: The Chemo Fallout

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It was a standard Monday night. The chemo was kicking my ass but the Marinol made me actually want to eat. My parents had to go back home and all that was just the TV and me. Vanna White kept me awake long enough to remember that my friend Brad’s parents, Don and Sue (lovely people), had purchased me a snack “goodie bag.” In it, a party-sized bag of the original Nacho Cheese Doritos. Well, this particular night I decided to revel and dive into the childhood favorite (with an assist from the previously mentioned miracle drug).

 

I nearly ate the entire bag in one three-hour-long sitting. The “fat boy” mentality doesn’t work if you’re taking chemotherapy. As I held my stomach in agony on my fully adjustable hospital bed, I said simply: “Bad fat boy.”Read More »

“Not Alone, Only Lonely” -io9 Concept Art Writing Prompt

I stumbled across a wonderful writing exercise in which I encourage all of you fellow writers to participate. io9.com has a recurring segment called Concept Art Writing Prompt where they post a user-submitted piece of art and encourage writers to contribute their own backstory to the piece.

This week’s piece was entitled “Not Alone” by Francesco Corvino. Be sure to follow his gorgeous work here.

And without further ado, here is my submission entitled: “Not Alone, Only Lonely”

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