Well, Friday came and went and still no sign of that new PR card. I contacted the Citizenship Canada for help and, not surprisingly, received little in the way or either assistance or direction. They’re consistent. I’ll give them that! I guess it all comes down to Monday. Depending on how this all pans out, I plan to go public with our experience in a big way. The details of what they’ve put us through are alternately confounding, infuriating, and disheartening.
Oh, hey, speaking of gross bureaucratic ineptness and general heartlessness, last night I attended the private screening of Robert C. Cooper’s Unspeakable, an eight part miniseries detailing the tainted blood scandal of the 1980’s and the Canadian Red Cross’s tragic mishandling of the situation.
So, I spent today doing the rewrite on Episode 3 of the series I’m presently showrunning, implementing most of the input of the show’s creator, RT. Didn’t receive any notes from the prod co but I choose to believe that’s a reflection of the sheer brilliance of my first draft.
My reward for a job well done: hot chocolate and chocolates from Soma Chocolates. Swing by if you’re in town. Akemi and I practically live there so chances are good you’ll run into us.
Hey, who wants to Skype chat with the Dark Matter gang? Anthony Lemke (aka THREE, aka Marcus Boone) has organized an auction in support of a charity near and dear to his heart. The details:
And there’s also this exclusive chat with actor Ennis Esmer (aka Wexler, aka Rick Dotcom). The Details: