Daddy is a lucky guy.
In my life, I have had the privilege of meeting and working with some extraordinarily creative minds on some wonderful and diverse projects. Over the years, I have been able to hitch a ride with them on their various enterprises, and I can say without doubt that they have, on more than one occasion, salvaged my soul. Life can be gloomy. It can be harsh. Read the rest of this blog; oft times, life can be a bitch that you just wanna bury in a shallow grave off the interstate. But there are bright spots; points of light in the sackcloth landscape that make you feel good about getting up in the morning...rays of sun that penetrate the ink black night and warm the soul. So, every once in a while, I'm going to dedicate my little blogosporium to these people and their efforts. Like right now.
Holy Crap, right? Now watch this -
This is "Haywire", a relatively new web series created by a relatively new friend of mine, Scott Klein. Working closely with Scott on this endeavor is John Lenihan, a much older friend of mine and the one that has brought Daddy hisself into the Haywire cast. But I'm getting ahead of myself - here's the show's synopsis -
Monroe, NY. A burst of light. Area-wide power outages and the complete failure of all electronic devices. All within line-of-sight of the burst are affected. Their minds short-circuit. Their thought processes scramble and become a never-ending loop. Accomplish what you were doing when you saw the light. Then do it again. And again. And again. And if something gets in your way…
Yeah, well - from what I've seen, you don't want to get in their way. But don't just take my word for it - check out Episode One and let "The Gardener" tell you first hand.
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