In the last two weeks, I've worked a total of one day. So it's hard for me to really offer the Temp Diaries in its truest sense. I have no bosses to make fun of. Nor can I chronicle conversations about making rezzies, doing drinks or other inanities that pervade Hollywood. So I spend a lot of time in my own thoughts...well...that and playing video games.
This is the best I can come up with. Clearly I need a job. But I'm in good company as the national unemployment rate hit a 25-year high.
--Is it better to have worked and lost than to have never worked at all?
--How does Sherri Shepherd, a person who thinks the world might be flat, get a second TV show?!
--If all newspapers follow the lead of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and are only available on line, what will we read on the toilet?
--Who's more clueless, SAG leadership or NBC management?
--Is breakfast the most important meal of the day no matter when you eat it?
--Who paid for the construction, upkeep and utilities at the Superfriends' Hall of Justice?
--Do dogs have aspirations?
--Manny Ramirez just signed a new contract with the LA Dodgers that will pay $25 million for the 2009 season. This means he'll make more by noon today ($34,246.57) than I made all last year ($20,711.88).
--If you had a chance to kick one of the following in the groin, who would it be: Dick Cheney, George W. Bush or Ann Coulter?
--Who would said kick hurt the most?
--If a double negative is a positive, why isn't a double positive a negative?
--Is it scummy or just shameless for the former head of a major studio's Writers Program to take the list of rejected candidates and invite them to pay $295 for a Writers workshop he runs?