Alive In Boston

Yes, I’m back. This site isn’t dead, and neither am I, one simply had… quite a few things going on and a few two many separate places to be updating and eventually the one that belong only to himself had to take the back seat. Is that a healthy illustration of the way one runs his life? Not at all, but here we are.

There are, I acknowledge, questions to be answered and updates to be had about the state of things – this personal one-stop site getting back up to regular running is, you may have gathered, part of a general reordering of life following a lot of personal upheaval involving the pending end of my country’s four years of political hell, the (hopeful) beginning of the end for the the literal plague-year that capped it off and my not-precisely-disastrous but also not-precisely-expected (at least not all at once in this moment in time…) return to indie-creator status. So there’s some “What’s up?,” “What next?,” etc to be dealt with… and other things, certainly. In due time.

For now, I’d just like to welcome everyone back, hope that we’re all doing… as well as can be expected under the circumstances; invite you to check out recent reviews of “MANK,” “SOUL,” the most recent BIG PICTURE on the Warner Bros HBO/MAX gambit and please enjoy the latest (extremely overdue) “REALLY THAT GOOD” 

3 thoughts on “Alive In Boston

  1. Michael Prymula says:

    Glad to see you haven’t forgotten about this blog, just got done listening to your latest podcast and it was a fascinating listen overall, I have to say initially I wasn’t sure why you were going after WB so hard for the whole streaming thing(primarily because i’m one of those people who is getting more used to the idea of watching big movies at home on my PC, I remember how excited I was when I got to see “The Interview” at home on Christmas).but after listening to your explanation on the show I think I finally get where you are coming from. The Sopranos film definitely feels like something that would play better on the small screen with a limited theatrical release(And for all we know that likely was the original plan even if COVID wasn’t a thing) as it would make a good companion piece to that Breaking Bad movie.


  2. HHimmler says:

    Ah mein Freund! Glad to see mein grösster Fan putting out his Arbeit again! Ich würde love if Sie could speak about die Endlösung of die American Untermenschen in a future video. Those COVID-denying rural Idioten need to be placed in separate Lagern until Sie contribute to die Grösseres Gut. How else will we obtain life among die Sterne, as versprochen?


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