The next day we were at the Cucalorus 10×10 Screening and CONNECT Presenters Party.
This was my last week and this is the film we made with our great team (Brianna Okamoto, Josh Stowe, Andy Nielsen, Hillary Scott). I wasn’t sure I was going to make it, the movie that is, but when you have a dream and are given an amazing opportunity you push through it all to get there.
The first week of November is here which means some people are starting their Holiday shopping and others are finishing it. We here at Mushpa + Mensa want to get into the game by offering our super fans a free shipping code on any and all purchases. This code is HoHoHo! It will be in affect until January 1st, 2016. You can start out getting an amazing handmade Gingerbread Peep made of felt created using recycled plastic bottles for your Christmas tree. You’re welcome!
I rarely have free time, but when I do sometimes I just want to find a vegetative state activity like watching some good old lesbian web series. Honestly, I would love to even watch a full-on amazing lesbian movie, but they are still a rare sighting in this world. Basically, I’ve seen them all or close to. We all know there are those few where even you can’t make it through the first 10 minutes. Anyway, I did my search and came across this series, Roomies, staring Sam (Julie Goldman) and Alex (Brandy Howard). What??? I haven’t laughed so hard in awhile. Sam is gay and Alex isn’t, but to get a sweet apartment in LA they have to fake being together. So yes, it isn’t actually lesbionic, but it is fabulously funny and lesbians crush hard on Brandy so it works. I watched all three webisodes on YouTube and then there was none. Sad face… It’s okay, after a bit of obsessive searching I found tello on OML. Not only did I find more of The Neighbors (Roomies is just the tease), but I found a shit-ton of other lesbionic smack. :]
Tello is membership based at $4.99 a month, but before you blow a gasket over 5 bucks think about the perks, no annoying YouTube commercials you have to suffer through and unrelated banner ads blocking your view. Secondly, you get to support your people (100% of tello net revenue goes directly back to the people who produce the shows you watch so that they can go back and make MORE GREAT SHOWS). Sometimes when you want something done well you have to pay for it so pony up and enjoy the ride. If you are unsure let me help you out with a free 2 week subscription.
You’re welcome. ;]
FYI – I got a free year subscription to promote Tello to talk about what I think about the site and series. It’s a pretty good paycheck. :] Don’t worry it won’t influence me, but more of a way to motivate myself to actually get the job done!