Hey, y’all may not know this, but the movie actors have a union and it’s called, of all things, SAG.
I KNOW! SAG!
Now, the folks at Mean Mama Dog have had to decide what to do about SAG with regards to making this movie about my life (which is so going to totally rock, by the way). They wanted to know what I thought about SAG. They are in favor of it, but I’m against it, y’all. Real-real.
I’ve grappled with a debilitating gravity allergy my whole life, and I’ve been able to keep the gravity pretty much at bay. So far. So I’ll be darned if I’m going to let anyone force me to sag.
Screen acting celebrities like Nancy Grace, and Oprah Winfrey, and Christian Bale may have the luxury of sitting around sagging all day, what with every plastic surgeon and Tai-Bo instructor in L.A. at their becks and their calls, but not me. I can’t afford a Brazilian Wax (see?), much less a facelift, or a tummy tuck, or even botox. I simply must remain tight and high all on my own. Drambuie-tinis help with the high part, so I’m half way there.
Anyway, lovelies, take it from me. The Gild Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show movie is well under way, and there’s not one bit of sagging in it.
Stay tuned for updates, y’all. And spread the word!
Happy birthday to our producer, the Mean Mama Dog, herself! I have no idea what to get a gal like you, so I’ll raise my Drambuie-tini and toast to your securing another year under your belt. Mazel tov, hon!
Happy New Year, lovelies!
2011 already rocks! The big news is the addition of respected film editor and Irishman, Tom Roche to Team Gilda!
This means he’ll be editing Mean Mama Dog‘s movie about my life! Y’all, this is real real exciting! This man is the real damn deal. He makes movies all by himself (Alley Pat: The Music is Recorded, which rocks), but also with others like Harry Shearer, that guy from Spinal Tap and The Simpsons. (Be sure to see their film, The Big Uneasy, when you can. It’s about Hurricane Katrina, and though it’s nowhere near as funny as Spinal Tap or The Simpsons, it’s still super duper good.) Tom regularly hangs out with cartoon characters and rock stars, so he ought to feel right at home on The Computer Internet Show. I AM a little curious (and I’ll admit to being a smidge worried) about his referring to me as his “guinea pig,” but I’ve been called way worse, for sure.
So, welcome to Tom! We’re tickled pink to have you on board!
P.S. Folks: We still need a little bit of cash for this project, and when I say “a little bit of cash,” I mean BUNCHES of cash. So, If you can help out with that, click here!
Thanks a ton!