Thursday, April 12, 2007

Time for tea

Brews last post made post number 666 for the blog. So, just to be safe, I am quickly posting a new post. A movie I made today...

10 comments:

midnitcafe said...

Too bad #666 wasn't "neighbors from hell"

Jamison said...

you are an admin... that can be arranged....

mullinz8 said...

Jamison I'm glad that someday I'll still be slaving away working for the company man while you'll be posting web videos and getting thousands of hits.

This looks really good, good timing, positioning, very nice.

CL said...

Ha!

Amy Beth Brewster said...

How long does it take you to put together a video of a fixing a cup of tea?
Seems like you would need several cups of tea in the meantime. Well, at least I would.

Mat Brewster said...

That's a lot of camera angles. Fun flick though.

Jamison said...

Amy;
Take a look at the clocks in the video... I think the earliest is 10:11, and the latest shows 10:24-ish... so it took less than 15 minutes. What the video doesnt show is me warming the tea up to put the honey in.

I used one bag of tea. I made that video the night before, put it in movie maker, editted it to my liking the next morning, and before loading it on youtube, i deleted it... so since I was working from home that day, I redid it that morning. I rarely have tea any time other than before bed.

It is a good thing because the first video had me in my boxer briefs and a tee shirt... this one has me in the pajama pants.

bigsip said...

i liked it...nice slice

thejay28 said...

Hi fellas! This is Jason here. Man, it's been a long time...four theatre groupies, a faulkner degree and no one to copa' feel...you picked a fine time to graduate and get real.

Well, glad to see that the Seinfeldesque sociological phenomenon that could only have been created on the fringes of postmodernity at the hilt of a fanatical cultish sect of a Phariseeical institution of "higher learning" has endured the test of time, space and dare I say adulthood?

Well, I always counted it a privilege to be included in the group. A sort of welcomed observer and at times participant. You guys intrigue me and I would say most others.

I really just wanted to drop in and say Hi. And to let everyone know that a recent discovery of a latin manuscript in Europe has rendered that the most probable original translation of the "mark of the beast" [There, I wrote it, now it's on da blog offical and all..brace yourselves] is 616. So, forget everything you ever watched out for and recheck your mother-in-laws birthday, spelled backward to the power of 6, six times.

Peace

Jamison said...

...Jason who? I know about 615 Jasons...