Current project my first screenplay:
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I had 2 decent screenplays and thought I'd better write them down, and update 'em to the present day. The first one is done. Fade Factor is based Time Magazine’s “Man of The Year” edition, featuring a stark drawing of a faceless man sitting at a computer on a table. The computer is not the Man Of The Year, as you will see.
The second screenplay, I am working on. It is called Dreamer.
I was a DJ on many radio stations for 30 years before my stroke. I got my start in the Tri-Cities and have been on many local stations in Seattle.
My stroke happened in July 2008, when my family was not home. The first symptom was loss of sight in one eye. I drove myself to the ER, was misdiagnosed, drove home, and fell over at my treadmill shortly thereafter. I lay helpless for hours till my daughter came home and called 911.
I spent 3 days in ICU and a month in rehab. I now have right side paralysis, left eye blindness, and aphasia.
I am proud of re-learning how to drive and of my 1986 Mustang. I won an award for best '86-'87 Mustang in a car show in 2010.
I wrote at least two screenplays before my stroke, which I will publish on line. One is already posted and I am working on the second.
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Stroke Group And Their Toys
It's Summer In Seattle
and her mom make the outside look good, by planting flowers.
Trip back home
from Sue's house 5-18-2015 featuring weird cars and cutoff to eliminate sitting still in traffic.
See what I have focused on with the SJ1000 camera. This is the Purdys at the Seattle Great Wheel
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the Smallest Camera
The camera in my page got screwed up, so I went on a hunt for a substitute. I found one, here it is. Sound is kind of messed up, but that's okay, I won't use it anyway.
Mike Washing Dishes
This was taken with The Worlds Smallest Camera and edited and sped up.
With SJ1000 Camera
I now call the the SJ1000. It will be the camera I use for every day. This pix is the first use outdoors. It is a bit muggy/rainy but I let Gary drive. It goes from my house to the hospital and back to me house again.