The Television Sucks lady has gone offline again, this time, I suspect, permanently. Damn it. It is VERY VERY dangerous to write about your job. You'll notice I rarely reference a current job. Neither do most writers with blogs.
Ah well, I enjoyed reading her...
That's probably best for her, especially as she's creating a pilot for NBC. But I'm gonna miss her blog.
You're right. Blog discovered in one week by an executive at NBC and another one at NBC studios. (Why do people Google their names?!) Realizing I had my first real shot at getting a show on the air, I ran to my computer and shut the mother-effer down. Then I had to clean the pooh stains out of my pants. Ha ha, I'm funny and mean and a scared baby. I am hoping to go legit, do a new blog where I'm out of the closet, so to speak, to EVERYONE: Net, Studio, Fans and serial killers. Report on the process of making a pilot hoping it goes to series. Also, need a name that doesn't INSTANTLY shut down people I want to interview/quote. I mean, how do you tell a friend, "I want to write about your show on my blog, "WHY TELEVISION SUCKS." Hard to get people on board. That said, I love your blog, and thanks, Alex, for your kind words.
Good luck Generic and good job wiping that baby off the Internet. I'll miss it though.
People google their own names cause they are either A.) ego maniacs who WANT someone to be writing about them, or B.) insecure twits who are afraid someone IS writing about them. Take your pick.
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