Today I am STILL
recovering from a turbinate surgery I had on Friday. 7
years ago I had a deviated septum surgery and I
guess they didn't finish the job. So I had the final
part a few days ago where they laser the turbanates
out of your nose. Not fun. Even with outrageous doses
of Vicatin, it's still not fun.
But the worst is
that, I know people don't believe me. I guess "I had a
deviated septum" is quite the popular excuse for
getting a nose job out here. Lucky me huh? I'm born
with these SCREWED up airways and everyone just thinks
I'm vain. And those are just the people that actually
come out and ASK me why my nose is all bandaged up.
LOL. They kind of just shake their head after
I use "my excuse" and laugh inside at how poorly
I lie. Then there's a whole other group that just
won't say anything - because they KNOW why I did it.
It begs the question why do anything to your nose if
you're NOT gonna get a nose job - or..did
I need one?
stinger. Everyone's so accepting that I just had
my nose job, that you have to wonder if I looked like
I needed a nose job before? Yeah, well too bad -
I'd never go through this much shit for a nosejob.
Ever. Of course when I went in today to get my
packing taken out, she told me of how the rest of the
nurses and doctrs in the room said that she
"HAD TO TAKE OFF THAT MOLE!!".
Then when they found out I was an actor, they
gave her even more shit - like "For his own good! Take
off that mole!". Goddamn LA. I like my mole.
I guess up close it's pretty nasty - but
goddamn...I never really thought about it - LOL. I
feel like such a schlep...
You add that with
my "no shaving, no haircut" look - I am looking quite
dapper right now. And you should hear me talk! Nothing
like coating your voicebox with mucous and blood then
trying to sound human. I sound a bit like Lester,
without as much energy. And to think people choose to
feel like this for a nose job. Whew.
land, I've been getting quite the dose of reality
lately. I am not funny. I am uninspired. I have no
comic "patter". Good thing I still have an ego or
those lines would kick my ass. Yes, writing The
Trinitrons has been harder than I previously
thought it would be. Charlotte has specific roles in
mind for the characters and I'm trying to write them
exactly as she wants...and I'm doing so poorly. LOL.
It's tough as a writer to write other people's
characters since you don't feel close to them. It'll
happen - it's just gonna take longer than I had
thought. The end result will be better for "The
Trinitrons" and that is of course the only thing that
counts. I still hope to shoot at least 2 of the
tvs in April, but that may be difficult. LOL - I just
wanna shave off this FREAKIN' BEARD.
And I'll have you
all know I've kept a secret for over 2 months. Uhm,
not sure where the hell that came from. Guess I'm
running out of shit to talk about for this entry. The
secret has been on my mind for quite some time - and
though I probably could say it now, I'm gonna wait
until next month. Still a tiny bit more work to be
done, but rest assured you'll be impressed. It
absolutely contributes to why I've been in such a
great mood the psat few months. The "I can't lose"
syndrome I've been in for awhile (though the
unfunny/uninspired shit certainly helped to balance
that), has been a product of quite a few factors. And
in a few weeks - you'll understand why.
of reminds me of back in the WTVN days
when I was really sick, so Lester was
sick that night, Dr. Dick Rosetti was sick
that night (all my bits) - everything I
did had to be the "sick version". Ahh the
good old days. I sound nothing like a
radio announcer these days.
Hopefully my next
entry will finally be 4tvs Productions. What I've been
threatening to do for months now. For now, I continue