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Wednesday, August 04, 2010


Clint and his daughter.

Hey, it's my producing partner's birthday today! If you get a chance, go to his site and tell him what a great guy he is.

All Things Possible,


  • At 3:23 PM, August 05, 2010 , Anonymous Alex said...

    Hi everyone!

    I read today this very nice post and wish a Happy belated Birthday to Clint; i hope it was a great day for him. All the best for his life and work to him and his beautiful family!

    Speaking of the previous post, congrats Dave and thanks to you, Chris and all for sharing experiences, thoughts and feelings here. It's important and interesting. I appreciated your nice words Chris!

    Take care all!

  • At 10:12 PM, August 05, 2010 , Blogger SusanGail said...

    Happy Birthdays to Clint and also to Ufuk. Sorry I missed the post before. I wish there could be a way to know when there is a new post.

    August seems a great month for birthday celebrations. Congrats to Clint and the family photo is great. Best of luck with the movie projects to the both of you. Looking forward to seeing them on the big screen.

    Finally got the blogpost to work just now, as well. Best ATB wishes to all. Enjoy the rest of summer. Except maybe in Australia:) Sue

  • At 6:51 PM, August 06, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Oh, I missed Clint's birthday, but I see from his Twitter feed that he got a lot of well wishes for the day (yep, I follow both Clint and Chris on Twitter - I'm on there too and have a small but growing following). There are many days I need to get my Caffeinated Clint fix at and I'm sure I'm not alone.

    I find it hard to believe that summer is already winding down. I spent this evening at the local county fair, which I haven't been to in a few years, and ate my annual corn dog but passed on the Funnel Cake - too expensive these days. What a great place for people watching though.

    Tomorrow I'm off to Detroit's Boxfest to see my play "Upon the Heath" being performed for the first time by people I've never met and have no previous relationship with. It's a milestone for me and I'm a little nervous to see how the audience reacts. I'll be sure to let you all know how it goes.

    Well, I don't want to monopolize the forum, so I'll sign off. I hope your birthday was a happy one Clint!


  • At 7:50 PM, August 06, 2010 , Blogger SusanGail said...

    Looks like the posting will work for me this time:)

    Dave best wishes for your play! That came up so quickly. Hope to hear all about it.

    I'll be glad to finally see our daughter and son-in-law tomorrow before they head back to Chris' neck of the woods. There's never enough time to really do what you'd like when kids come home from so far away. And, yes, the west coast seems extra far another planet, to me now.

    I will try to clean out my Twitter clutter, Dave, so I can properly enjoy you and Chris and Clint. I think Tanya is there, too. At the beginning no one I knew was on there, and I made the mistake of signing on to one of those links that gives you tons of followers and vice-versa. Well, there are way too many and I'm always over the limit. Annoying. I do go on once in awhile to post Henry Reed's mandala art. And I should put other things there, now that I know a few people who are using it.

    It would be nice if all the forum family could be there to see your play, Dave:) I have a feeling you're on the brink of a wonderful, rewarding career. It will be fun to follow you along!
    I shall go check out Moviehole right now before I forget. I used to back when, but when you don't get reminded about things, they tend to slip off your radar.

    I see by Facebook that the girls across the pond are off to Castlefest! Hope they will write here soon, and tell us some really good stuff:)
    And I hear that Ufuk is joining Ute and Jaschenka this time...Angi, hope you are doing well. Long time, no hear from the British Isles!

    All Things Beautiful to all the forum fans and movie makers among us:) Sue


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