Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Sallying Forth

Things are moving slowly and steadily in the right direction for The Adventures of Nervous Boy. It is now cast and we begin rehearsals next week. Pete is working on the postcard/poster image right now, and the roughs look pretty damn cool, if I do say so myself.

Let's just hope things don't fall apart at the last minute (as they are wont to do).

Of course, as is often the case, we do need some help with this current project. For those of you who were unable to attend our Good Night, and Get Laid fundraiser and still feel adequately guilty about it (tee-hee), or, you're on the opposite end of the continent and simply feel bad that you don't live anywhere near New York, it's still possible to donate online.

And of course in addition to making us love you all the more, a big perk is that your donation is tax-deductible.

If you would like to make an online donation to our fare company, click here.

In the "on behalf of" line, select "Nosedive Productions."

Then, fill out the rest of the form as applicable.

Obviously, every little bit helps. (And hey, added to that, every big bit helps as well). So, if you can donate a lot or a little, it will help us tremendously.

Thank you for all your continued support for Nosedive.

I love you all.

I'll actually have a, y'know, real Jamespeak entry for y'all soon. In the meantime, here's another reminder of how brilliant Stephen Colbert is, and how self-absorbed and cowardly the Washington Press Corps is. Is it a surprise to anyone that the mainstream press — aside from the obligatory "Colbert was off his game" op-ed piece here and there — is barely covering this? Kind of like Jon Stewart joking about Hollywood being out of touch with its audience, then getting only nervous titters at the Oscars from a group of people wondering why box office receipts are down and no one takes them seriously.

Always slightly off,

James "No, He's Okay" Comtois


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