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Posted on June 12, 2011 at 4:35am
I've focused on print for the past two years, so that's where a majority of my work is, but I still have a bit of an internet presence. Some people asked me for links, so here they are:
(That's my website)
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Posted on January 15, 2011 at 1:47am
Nice place you've got here.
I like the antique electric-chair collection.
Mind if I look around a little bit?
Posted on January 13, 2011 at 3:10am — 1 Comment
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Glad to hear it. Good luck. What is Bill Thompson doing these days? Is he a consultant-editor or something like that?
Thanks for the invite, Bernard. Did you know THE WIRE was almost filmed in Philadelphia? After either Season 1 or 2, Baltimore's mayor was unhappy with how the city was depicted and threatened to withdraw the permits to film. David Simon said fine, we can our cameras and money to Philadelphia. When O'Malley heard Phully would just be a stand-in for Baltimore (can't really expect people to believe all those cops and slingers and fiends just up and moved to Philly en masse, right?) he relented.
I read that in an interview with Simon, so i'm taking it as a true story.