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Tell No Lies − London Expo & Things

London Expo & Things

London Expo was a blast. I got a few random photos, mainly taken while sitting behind the Sweatdrop table though. Still tidying them up, will upload to flickr soon.

I don’t really do convention reports. The moment kind of passes once it’s over and I tend to move onto the next thing, so the best you can get out of me is a few photos and a single sentence review. Highlight of the event was spending time with Faye as it was her first time being behind the table as an official member of Sweatdrop Studios since she joined last summer. Her book Murphy’s Law came out, but it’s not available to pick up online just yet.

I just finished watching “I’m Not There“, an intriguing film, which in a way doesn’t really make much sense, yet something about it was quite inspiring. I think the words hit deep every now and then. Some profound things were said by characters, characters you never completely understand nor grasp, but always make you stop and think.

I got two new books in me, which I need to write and produce before 2010. Whether they’re good or mediocre is not the point, but rather that I have them in me and I want them out. I got the time, I just need to make the effort. I often ponder why I do this to myself. I spend so much time, effort and money doing this, and the return is so much less than what I put in. Simple answer, that I have to keep reminding myself with, is that I just can’t not do it.

A thought for the evening. The dangers of creating things is increased by the existance of the internet. Everyone has a voice in this outlet, everyone. Own a blog and write on it enough and sooner or later someone will read it. We are all parading as Rockstars, without the need for the music and lyrics.

Are we all a sham? Maybe just bored enough to not care any more. Hey, it’s all escapism right? Your bedroom is not your bedroom, it’s a place to dream. Whether you’re awake or asleep is optional.

Seven simple rules of going into hiding: one, never trust a cop in a raincoat. Two, beware of enthusiasm and of love, both are temporary and quick to sway. Three, if asked if you care about the world’s problems, look deep into the eyes of he who asks, he will never ask you again. Four, never give your real name. Five, if ever asked to look at yourself, dont. Six, never do anything the person standing in front of you cannot understand. And finlly seven, never create anything, it will be misinterpreted, it will chain you and follow you for the rest of your life.

# Arthur – I’m Not There

I feel like singing.

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