paperscout: ((tscc) cameron; "i don't wanna go")
Typing this up for my Twitter peeps who had questions for Josh Friedman. None of these are direct quotes, just me relaying his answers and other various things. 

So for those who don't know, Josh Friedman - creator of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, writer of Black Dahlia, Chain Reaction (3rd movie I ever owned on DVD), War of the Worlds, and most recently working on a TV adaptation of Locke & Key for FOX - tweeted earlier today that he was at a restaurant about 3 blocks away from where I live, and that people could come by and ask questions. I had no questions, and hate leaving my apartment, but absolutely had to go. So I made up some things to ask, and grabbed a few suggestions from teh Twitter peeps, and went and walked around the restaurant about three times before going in and just hanging out for an hour. So here goes:

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paperscout: ((paramore) hayley; silly pointing gif)
LJ, I've been ignoring the crap out of you since I went on my trip. This week, I will pick back up on those memes I never got around to finishing, give an update on how AWESOME (read: boring as hell) life is without a job and what new schemes I'm coming up with to make friends with Emma Stone and/or get famous and rich really quick, and.....wait for it.....finally write up a post about meeting fucking Paramore. It won't be too epic because my brain scrambles awesome shit after it happens because it's SO AWESOME, but it will still be pretty epic just because it's Paramore. And it was the best concert ever. And I'm quitting life and following them on tour next summer. But all of that will come in an entry soon. 

Right now I'm applying to a bunch of craptacular minimum wage jobs, finishing up Dial M For Murder (film school will kill me, but seriously, how is this a thriller? It's so boring!), and contemplating throwing away this disgusting microwaved fish I just attempted to eat. 

I know you really wanted to know.

PS: I'm 23 now. I feel really old, and have passed my last favorite age-related song - "23" by Jimmy Eat World. No longer can I sing "I'll be 23," cuz fuck it, I am. So lame. I've got a lot to do this year.


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