Thursday, 15 July 2004
|1812 - Damn Microsoft, anyway.|
The clip of me from Jimmy Kimmel Live on July 1 is on their website. (Click on Watch Video, then select the Jimmy Kimmel Live tab.) Unfortunately, I can't watch it without stuffing a Windows 2000 disk in one of my laptops, then upgrading that crappy collection of security holes masquerading as a web browser called Internet Explorer. No, IE for the Mac won't play it, even after downloading and installing Windows Media 9.
Someone out there that can watch the video, tell me how much is there and how it looks, okkay?
current mood: irritated
Looked good, Jay. They only caught three bits:
1) "I think it's the most important movie ever made"
2) Pair of old ladies staring.
3) "My eyes are up here."
Aw, they left out the best part. Oh well.
It did seem kinda short.
It did seem kinda short, there. I was just getting into it when the clip ended.
What's the best part?
The part they left out...where I get to de-rez Michael Moore.
Ah, yes! You told us about that.
Yeah nice job!
You seemed incredibly comfortable and profressional, you're a natural. Congrats.
Well I'm aware of the wonderous miracles of editing that are possible, but I just mean 'stage presence' in general.
You have charisma. Like you said, it just takes practice and experience. Some people don't have charisma, and all the practice and experience in the world can't help them. hehe.
Boy, have I got you fooled...
The biggest thing I do right now is stumble over my lines, and have a hard time getting them out. That will go away with practice and experience, but it's still mildly irritating that I do it.
Thanks for the compliment. One day, I'll deserve it.
try mozilla, that will probably work.