Archive for September, 2001

Changes are afoot! Here’s what’s

Sunday, September 23rd, 2001

Changes are afoot!
Here’s what’s new:

  • New menu
  • News is now on the front page
  • An exciting new section, Paul’s Corner, has been added. This is Paul’s own page, where he’ll be posting his musings.

Enjoy the new features, and let me know if you find broken links. I expect a couple, as this was a major overhaul.

I cannot believe what has

Wednesday, September 12th, 2001

I cannot believe what has happened in New York. I do not understand why or how people can chose to hate to that extent. Perhaps it is that people feel so frustrated and helpless that these sorts of actions are the only recourse they feel they have. If these are acts of a religious nature then they are not actions sanctioned by God but by people that are concerned with their own power and interested in their own causes but certainly not those of God’s. I pray for those killed. I pray for those hurt and I pray for those of us who survived this and now live in a changed world. May we all work at making the world a better place, a safer place for ourselves and our children. May we heal the world of this kind of hate. We all must work towards this, the first place to start is in our thoughts.

Yes, got the password got

Wednesday, September 12th, 2001

Yes, got the password got the site now I just got to learn the ropes.

I have just recently finished

Friday, September 7th, 2001

I have just recently finished doing some choreography on Alex Proyas’s new film – “Garage Days” Alex did the original Crow and Dark City. I cant tell you anything about the film (under threat of death if I do) But I choreographed a couple of crazy scenes that I am sure will turn out to be a lot of fun to watch.
For now I am waiting on the outcome of an audition for a TV series. Leading role three year contract playing a lawyer. And I have just been offered a hosting role for a lifestyle type TV show dealing with the physical and spiritual aspects of life. Pretty cool show I think.