Look at that.
Cameron is walking on freaking Abbey Road. Next you're
gonna tell me he has his own show or something.
It's just one
adventure after the next in Adamland and I can easily
say I'm having the time of my life. The 2 plane rides
to get here were a breeze as were the 2 "Tube" rides
and the bus to get to this flat. Of course it's as
exhausting as it sounds but when you're on top of the
world none of it even phases you. I remember this
phenomenon well during the CBS days. You're so high,
you don't notice how bad other areas in your
life are. However right now, everything is
I'm staying with
Alom who is the husband of Lizzie, who is a friend of
Linda's who I helped out last month being background
for the Christian Slater thingee. She was really
appreciative and set this up for me. THANK YOU!!
Oh and apparently she was hanging with George Lucas
this weekend? Will have to get you more details on
My day in London
was rather leisurely which was the intention when
taking a day between trips instead of non-stop to
Nairobi. I was initially going to do Africa late
in this trip but it was easier for Linda to do it
earlier. Makes no difference to me. Clearly my sleep
schedule is wacky, but it's about to get wackier with
another 15 hours of travelling tomorrow on my way to
Nairobi. I'm not sure I'll ever be in one place long
enough to catch-up, but that's never bothered me. You
just end up bein' kinda tired most of the day. Big
whoop - you're in a different country.
So I decided after
LA, Chicago and NY... it was time to go international
with my running videos. This is absolutely my
If your computer
can handle it (meaning it doesn't stutter once it's
loaded) click the "HD" button...
That's just so,
so, so cool to me as a Beatles fan. I just happen
to run across Abbey Road. Now clearly I didn't just
happen to - but it's cute in the video. And how
awesome was the old man that helped me videotape it?
He actually said: "Right-O!". And seriously? Has
to be the most annoying intersection in all of London.
A constant stream of people crossing the road for no
other reason than to mimic an album cover. Here's a
I was very
fortunate to get such a clear day and clearly the
original picture was taken at the same time of year.
Other than the squiggly lines that went in just a few
years after the 1969 picture, it looks
And yes, everyone
has said: "you should photoshop the other Egos
in!!" If that's the case I'm better off using the
original picture. Cameron's the only Ego I can pull
off easily however from this distance I could've done
them all. Damn, wish I had packed those wigs. I
actually left my camera on a little statue for this
shot until the man helped me get a closer one. Oh and
got this as well:
signing the Abbey Road wall. I'm planning on
putting together a little short film with
Cameron in London and Adam in Africa, but at
this point I'm just getting interesting
shots. I love that Cameron signed the wall
though. Forgot to take my earrings off
So ends my first
day in London. Having a fuck of a time getting this
video uploaded and I'm afraid I'm gonna have to
compress the hell out of it to put it on youtube.
KILLS me that I'm doing all this shit in HD and
won't have a chance to show it that way. It's a waste
to do it after I get back, 'cause everyone will have
already seen them. I'm gonna hold off on this upload
until Nairobi on the off-chance there's a great
connection. If not, it's low-quality the whole trip.