JSDC
Entry: Set Yourself on Fire
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Official Comment From Jessica Mae
PS:


FUCK YEAH!

From Kevin McD
Website: http://www.sonicbeef.com
You could always haul out a charcoal barbecue grill and use the old versions as kindling while you prepare something delicious to celebrate the completion of the most difficult part of the task you've set for yourself. Ooh! Or better yet, save them for when you go home and you can have a bonfire on the beach where you will dance wildly around the burning remnants of your past efforts, and wind up in a big jacket with abnormally long arms that tie behind your back...wait, I went one step too far in that process.

I never had the least bit of doubt that you would do what you set out to do. Benefit of the doubt faith is what we give our friends (almost typed "fiends"), even ones we only know through reading their blogs. wink
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From matt
Website: http://scudly.com
Haha awesome, congrats on finishing up most of the writing. And yes! Finally another person who realises that the Hearts are really damned good. If you liked Set Yourself On Fire you should get their older album it's as good.
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From Robert
Website: http://www.robertspuhler.com
Show-off. smile

(PS - Matt - I think you mean "Stars." Heart was their last album, which also kicked ass. "I am destroyer, I am lover..."
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From Melissa Case
Being a true member of "The Shade"....I say....BURN em,
Don't burn em, wait burn em, NO don't burn em. Nevermind!
NowyouknowhyIneverwrite!
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From Dusty
Congrats! I, personally, would not burn 'em. They are your history. Your memory of mistakes made, realized, and corrected. Put them in a safe, use them to teach others once you are famous - "LOOK at how crappy I was at the start and NOW look at me! There is hope for you in the world!!" But that's just IMHO...
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From matt
Website: http://scudly.com
Robert, Oh crap you're right. There goes my attempt at looking knowledgable and in the know on the internet!

Actually that'll teach me to try to post a comment so early in the morning.
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From Nick
The pit sounds like a good idea, plus you can enjoy some tasty burned meat treats afterward.

You could always go to a Death Valley campsite. That way you get to see the wonderious Death Valley again, burn things, and have grilled meat or veggies. Both are good.
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Official Comment From Jessica Mae
Seriously, The Shade, help me set a fire in LA. This sort of thing requires the right location.

(That seems like the sort of thing you would know about.)

PS: I wish Death Valley were closer.

From kristina
I dont want to sound dumb, but what is a screenplay? Could someone please e-mail me the answer?
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From Nick
I dunno about the right location, but Death Valley can't be all wrong.

Anyway, There are some city parks you can burn stuff at. The website for LA city parks is http://www.laparks.org/
It was slow loading but from what I saw it seemed like it would help you find a decent enough park in LA.

If that won't work you can wonder down to some bums and toss the screenplay in one of the trash can fires.

Or dig a pit in someone's yard.

Start a riot they usally have good fires. Although I was in one once in Bloomington IN. and someone pulled a small tree out of the ground and someone else set a couch on fire that the trashman never picked up. That was weak.

Thats all I got in LA.
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From sam paul
Website: http://whyicommittedsuicide.com/
Congratulations!
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From Edwood
Sorry, so late... got stuck in the shade.

A fire ring at the beach sounds ideal to me. H.B. in O.C. is always nice, but rather far you, I'm guessin'. Do the beaches in the South Bay, S.M. or Malibu areas have fire pits/rings, anyone???
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