Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Virginia's Impact on Screenwriting

One of the worst parts about being in Virginia is that the humidity makes the paper swell up just enough so that you have to futz around with a stack to get it into the printer -- then the hot, damp pages that come out of the laser printer curl up into a disorganized mess that requires half an hour of knocking against the table to get straight.

In other bits, my attorney, Gordon Firemark, has a blog where he occasionally posts various entertainment related legal articles.


japhy99 said...

How about the massive thunderstorms that come out of nowhere and crap out your computer just as you type that keen bit of dialogue?

(I'm over in Hampton Roads...)

Steve Peterson said...

So far no bad luck with lightning strikes -- but I did get hit by a few outages back in Texas!