Saturday, August 14, 2010
So that's one step closer to finishing my website. Still have to do my Vacation section and my Guild section, both have several sub sections of there own. I think that's why I keep putting them off. But now I have no choose.. gotta get those done. Once those are done my website will be complete.. of course it will always be a work in progress as I update and add more sections but I'll be a happy camper when I get all this done.. I have been trying to finish this website for the past two year.
At about 1pm I headed out to Guild producer Kim Evey's house. I wanted to interview her for some upcoming KOTG CompanionCasts. While I was trying out there I got a text asking if we could meet a little later at 2:30. I had no problem with that as I was going to go to the post office afterwards but instead I would go before (luckily I did). I had to drop off a bunch of Knights of the Guild prizes and pictures for folks how have won our contests or made donations.
I got to Kim's around 2:40 and as I was walking up to her house I thought I should not only interview her for the CompanionCast but also for a 'crew' interview for our regular podcasts. And for that matter I can interview her husband Greg Benson for a 'crew' interview also as he directed the last half of season 1 along with various other Guildie things.
Kim and I went back into our office and we watched episodes 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 and then we discussed some very cool and interesting info about each episode. After that we did her crew interview, which I found very interesting. Then Greg came out and we did a quick 10 minute interview with him.
Spent about 4 hours there, (hence why I was happy I went to the post office earlier as they are closed now) thought it would be an hour or two but that's how it normally goes. On my way home I stopped by the grocery store to pick up something to make for dinner. Was very proud of myself as I fought the urge to just pick up some fast food as that is the norm.
The rest of the night was pretty uneventful, I tried to motivate myself to get started on CompanionCast S4E5 as it's due on Wednesday but I just couldn't do it.. so I just surfed the net and hung out with Harry.
Friday, August 13, 2010
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Now I just have to build it.. wish me luck!!!
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
It’s time for our next CompanionCast for Season 4 of The Guild. First of all be sure you watched Episode 4 of season 4. If you haven’t seen it yet watch it HERE
What is a CompanionCast?? It’s a behind the scene look at the current episode of The Guild.
I was on set everyday while they shot Season 4. As actors and crew were finished with scenes I would try and speak to them. Get some inside info about the scene they just shot. I also interviewed Felicia Day and Kim Evey about the storyline and Sean Becker about the directing. Each one of these CompanionCasts will be episode specific and will vary in length depending on how much guildie goodness I was about to gather.
In this CompanionCast I talk about “call sheets”, interview Felicia Day, Sean Becker, and Kim Evey. I also have a crew interview with Scott Meisner.
I hope you enjoy a look behind the scenes of Season 4 Episode 4 “Moving On”
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Tuesday, August 10, 2010
And I'm sure by the time I'm done with all the fixes and add on's I'll want to update some more pages so it's a never ending process. But since I'm out of work for the time being I figure I can get as much done as I can along with podcasting, yardwork, working on my health and searching for a job. Guess it's better to be busy then bored.. and man am I not bored!!!
So check out my website and get to know me a little better. http://Geekyfanboy.com
Monday, August 9, 2010
Anyways got there in time and actually was seen first by a PA, someone in training. He did the usual physical exam and took down some of my history. Found out that my blood pressure is a bit high 144 / 88, and my triglycerides are higher then they should be.. but my cholesterol is 177 now, it use to be 217 so that's good and all my other numbers were right at the limits. Of course I gained 3 more pounds since my last visit in December... currently at 207 (heaviest I have ever been).
My actual doctor came in the last ten minutes and we chatted about the numbers. Told him that I was going to start working out again, and I'm trying to cut down on my fast food intake and when I see him again in six months I will have lost some weight and better those "right at the limit" numbers.
He also told me to contact him in a month and let him know how it's going (with the weight lose). He said he can prescribe me some medicine that would help with my appetite (suppressing it) or reduce the amount of fat my body would take in from food.. but he wants to see what I can do on my own first.
So over all it was a good visit, nothing was unexpected and now if I wasn't challenged enough I now have to prove to my doctor that I can lose the weight on my own.