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Regularity needed a little more regularly.

I blame this on the other 1 Tuff sycophants (Sport's dude, I'm figuratively looking in your direction). I was hoping this could be an every day thing, but seeing as how I'm the only bastard that cares to keep this thing up at all, what can I say? With that said, I make the empty promise once again to keep this as current as possible.

I think one thing that might keep me going is my plan to write a movie, a film if you will. This has been a plan for quite some time, and after seeing an interview from the two losers that wrote Harold and Kumar go to White Castle, I'm realizing that it's not that far fetched to get this thing going. Basically, these are two guys that were planning on going to law school and business school, and before that, they wholed up in a new york city apartment one summer - with a lot of weed, pizza, and lube I'm assuming, and wrote harold and kumar.

If you happen to have that DVD, and you watch their interview, you'll see that the guys are two complete losers, both with fragile egos and gay tendencies. One line they did have that intrigued me. They basically said that they were motivated by all the bad comedies out there. If they could make a movie that was just a little better than the worst comedy out there (My vote's on this one for 2005) than your movie should be a go. How hard can that be?

My plan is to use this site as a sounding board. I will now use subsequent posts (and large words like subsequent) to outline the plans for the movie. all plans put on here are copyrighted and property of tuff place by the way.

The basic idea of the movie is 2 brothers - and their exploits upon learning that their inheritance is based on some wacky things their eccentric father is making them do upon his death. Generic you say. I know. But the genius is in the details, or so they say. More to follow.



Score! - Now for something a little more difficult

4/22/05 - 3:15 PM

To paraphrase a Harry Dunne and Lloyd Christmas:

Harry - I was expecting web design to involve a little more "design" than this.

Lloyd - I was thinking the same thing. That CMcD was full of shit, man!

This web design crap is easy - I'm just blazing along here - it's like shooting fish in a barrel.

Let's see if I can figure out a hyper link now, that's where it takes a more nimble mind, and of course added dexterity.

Found this little doozy today - The perfect mix of Thespian/a cappella love, and my adoration of 8-bit game systems.

check this bad boy out...



Blog Tryout - 1st Attempt.

Hola Amigos! It's been a while since I rapped at ya. That's not my writing, It's Jim Anchower's, an alter ego at the fine publication known as The Onion.

I'm not going to write a lot right now, because I want to post this baby and see if it works. But if it does, rest assured that Iss is back and better than ever.

Expect more content than you could possibly imagine. What's content you ask? It's what you are after reading a hot, steamy, delicious post from yours truly.

All terrible jokes aside - This is the dawn of a new revolution. The first "Bluff Tog," as I like to call it. Gay name I know, but hey, it's 11:50 on a Friday morning, and I'm actually doing some work. Can you say multi-task? I didn't think so. I can't either. Good thing I have this keyboard.