Sunday, February 07, 2010


Just something i have come across that has gotten my attention:

"Most actors toil in obscurity never stepping into the spotlight.
But if you hone your craft, work diligently, you might just find yourself cast in the role of a lifetime." Michael C. Hall


Sunday, July 05, 2009


It just took me half and hour to remember my password for this. now, i don't feel like writing anything. perhaps tomorrow.


Monday, December 29, 2008


i'm not gonna lie.

zombies have infected.

or so it seems at least.

Zombies. Probably one of the only things that give me the willies. I'm not even sure what it is that scares me so much about them; all i know is that when i watch zombie movies, i get the frighteners.

It seems for the last half of 2008 Zombies have been gaining in popularity. They are omnipresent within most kinds of media: books, comics, television, movies, video games. Though i think it may have been 28 days later (not technically zombies) that brought this resurgence upon us.

I've recently read two novels by max brown called The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z. These two books are based off each other with the survival guide being well, a survival guide. Informing you which weapons are best for dispatching zombies (by the way crowbar is the best melee weapon), how to hold up in your home, supplies that are best, etc, etc.

World War Z is about the war with the zombies. how humanity bounced back from the brink of extinction. However, it is not a story with a beginning, middle and end so to speak. The tale is told through a series of interviews from different survivors of this disaster. Needless to say, both books are worth picking up if you enjoy zombies and zombie related things.

So why is everyone fascinated with zombies all of a sudden. Was there ever a resurgence in the realm of vampires, werewolves? "Dawn of the Dead" (newer version) has zombies that are fast. World War Z's zombies are slow, stumbling kind. If i were to wake up tomorrow to zombiepocalypse, I 'm pretty sure that the first zombies would be the runners. Unless the way they died originally was through some kind of leg trauma which would not enable them to run fast. These guys would probably be the death of humanity. It wouldn't take long for them to overrun everything. This may be a more likely scenario.

I have been thinking about zombies a lot since i have finished those two novels and they have even infected my dreams because i keep having dreams about the walking dead. even after i wake up, when i fall back asleep, zombies again right where i left off.

I don't know why i decided to write about zombies in my first post in so many years. I guess i needed to start a flow. Like when you water a plant that hasn't received water in a great deal of time, the soil is usually one clump of dried mess trying to soak up the water but can't. Eventually it will, once it softens up.

well. hopefully this softens up. It's been so long i think i need to rebirth the writing style i once had... anyway. zombies eh.

S. Sailors


Sunday, November 16, 2008

let's do this. 

i've come to a conclusion that i would like to blog again, about what? hell i don't know. but this should be a treat. stay tuned, we'll pull the numbers we used to get again!

p.s. as i do not do as much typing or writing as i used to; my spelling and grammar is not the best. so what can ya do.

see you soon,

better years await us.


Friday, November 17, 2006

I Want To Create! 

but, that side of my brain hasn't been used in a very long time.


Wednesday, November 15, 2006

a fresh new sense 

I have decided to finally put some damn photography on my other site. find them here:

To those who still care about this site, or me. Find my photography here.


Wednesday, July 05, 2006

savaged by wandering 

Finally broke through. You have no idea what it took to get here. but that is a tale for another time. needless to say, Bell and it's making the internet simple campaign, is complete bollocks.

Oh well. i am here, back again for those who care. And it seems this time i am back for good. (unless my connection decided otherwise) I certainly have the time on my hands now.

Having the time is both a blessing and a curse. Alone time for self reflection is very important and a necessity. However, to much alone time can be devastating and more destuctive than the opposite. more than a week ago enormous amounts of alone time was granted to me as my girlfriend and i decided that work opportunities would be better back home (which later turned out to be true). So, as you would imagine that decision granted me with more alone time than i could handle. And for the first week, it just so happened that my friends were on the other side of the contenent, so hanging out 'with the boys' was out of the question.

All this time to myself has made work easier to stay at, as there isn't really any real reason to come home except for sleep. But, it also made me realise how fast this house falls apart without a woman's touch. needless to say i have learned a lot of upkeep in this past week. I also have my girlfriend's garden to tend to, which reminds me that i must water the plants tomorrow.

my leisure time well spent i think, i've been seeing movies that i have been meaning to see that i have never seen before or have seen but not in a long time, movies that include, scarface, shaun of the dead, saw, starwars trilogy. I don't play as many videogames as i thought i would, nor do i drink as much soda. my lifestyle and eating habits have changed drastically, instead of a homecooked dinner, i eat sandwiches and cereal (raisin bran, no less) drink lots of milk (can you believe i drank almost 4 litres in the past week?), and eat raw peppers. it's quite the life.

how much more exciting will it get once i get paid i wonder. well i intend to do a great deal of soul-searching before my companion gets back safely home. I'm going to drag out the old camera and start doing what i love again. not studio stuff mind you, but documenting the nature of human beings within their surroundings. I also want to write more (i really have no excuse now, i mean what else would i do?), and explore an instrument perhaps.

two months may not seem like a long time to be apart from someone to most people, however when i have spent everyday waking up, eating, living, working, and then sleeping with this person you begin to feel quite lonely at times. especially when you don't get to see as many friends as often as you would like. hmm.

wow i had a lot to say today. perhaps tomorrow i will solve the mysteries of being human, now i am too tired. to be bothered to type anything more.

better years await us...rustedhalo


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