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a lost weekend

Over the past weekend, when I wasn’t outside being attacked by pollen while enjoying good old-fashioned daylight and mild temperatures, I had locked myself away in my room watching Lost season 3 online. My cinephile friend and I have been

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Posted in love, movie, netflix, scripts, storytelling, weekend, writing

dreams of anti-fame

I was reading about the dreams of aspiring screenwriters who want to make it big in Hollywood… as well as some money figures of what some screenplays sell for – even the ones that’s don’t get made. And to be

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black history blogging here and there

Being a Black American, I didn’t forget that this is Black History Month. How can I? My own personal feelings might be a bit conflicting, since I believe Black history should be celebrated all year round because it’s made all

Posted in black, blogging, history, links, MLK, obama, scripts, writing

bring on the bitter romance, baby!

Valentine’s Day is upon us. I remember way back in my youth reading in a Highlights magazine that St. Valentine had nothing to do with love or romance whatsoever. I don’t feel like Wikipedia-ing right now to find out his

Posted in love, memories, romance, scripts, story, valentines day

ready to read about writing right: "how to write a movie in 21 days"

The truth about me is pretty sad: I’m practically an anti-reader. It’s true for a lot of people I know, they have a hard time picking up a book. I don’t have a hard time picking one up, I just

Posted in birthday, books, Friends, sam cooke, scripts, writing

a wonder (and) full weekend

Last week was pretty busy and a little on the rough side for not only me, but my family, church and a few friends. I don’t normally get into the person aspects of my life, but I do see the

Posted in awards, blogging, church, family, Friends, hulu, movie, netflix, pictures, pineapple, poop, scripts, story, storytelling, tv, weekend, writing

is it considered "insomnia" when you’re on vacation?

I’m wondering why I’m still awake at this un-ungodly hour (it’s almost 7 in the AM)… But then I remembered, I didn’t go to sleep the night, or morningish before until about 5 in the AM. Furthermore, I didn’t awaken

Posted in Christmas, Friends, mac, music, poetry, scripts, sleep, writing

i’d like a new window for Christmas

I was going to post something last night on Christmas Eve Eve, but I guess Christmas Eve isn’t that bad either. Anyway, I just want to wish all Indoobians, friends, family, strangers and strange-looking people alike a Merry Christmas. For

Posted in Christmas, family, holiday, scripts, snow, writing

how i can’t wait to not leave the house

iTunes and I aren’t getting along this week. Fortunately it’s not stopping iSaac from giving me my awesome tunes, but I can’t burn any CDs and I’m a quest–no… a mission to fix this problem so I can share in

Posted in babbling, blogging, cheese, Christmas, food, office, popcorn, scripts, seinfeld, sleep, snow, the mart, weather, winter, writing

script skills, activate!

Woot woot! It’s December of 2008. Why am I so excited? Not sure. However, this month I plan to devote to strictly scriptwriting… or at least to the scriptwriting process–character developments, plot developments, mapping out the stories, and most important:

Posted in behance, blogging, john legend, movie, poetry, scripts, story, storytelling, writing

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  • 133. calling car no. 34 September 16, 2020
    Sterling got stuck in an elevator. Here's his story. Later, Sterling confabulates Kortney about returning to the cinema and afterward discusses horror movies, TV, and if they're ever able to handle them. The Black History Fact is more a Black Joy Excellence as we celebrate Nandi Bushell with Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl. Not everyone gets their ow […]
  • 132. grok the questions that need answers September 2, 2020
    Sterling revisits 'Oumuamua and attempts to convince Kortney to watch Lovecraft Country for the culture. A few questions that need answers: what does the heart-shaped herb taste like? How do eels procreate? Are you bothered by the word moist? We don't have the answers, but feel free to provide yours or ask your own questions at indoobpod@gmail.com.
  • 131. battle of the elements: korra in lovecraft country August 20, 2020
    Sterling and Kortney are joined by returning guest Janelle (@jsoabove) to discuss coping with plants, Aang vs Korra, and the state of animation and streaming services. Sterling reviews the first episode of Lovecraft Country (and other shows he's been watching).