Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Poisonous Paragraphs Is Going On Hiatus AKA I Gotta Go Handle Some B.I. Real Quick
Due to my multiple duties trying to pursue this hip hop writing career as well as writing screenplays, mentoring other writers and simultaneously helping Hellsenda Productions shop their beats and trying to shop my own film ideas I'm being spread a little thin. Since all of the above things actually equal to physical income that allows me to pay my bills they end up getting priority over this blog. I usually update this blog about 4 or 5 times a week with original stuff I wrote THAT DAY or the previous night and since I don't have that kind of prep time to dedicate to the blog I can't update it with new material. Keep in mind that I have a list of my next 15-20 blogs already written down...I just haven't been able to sit down and write them yet (I had to carve out time just to post this so no one thinks I just up and quit).
As it says in the header, I am a graphomaniac. I'm constantly writing and/or thinking about subjects to write about or adapt and sell so I can get my foot in the door in some field or another. As much as I feel that commerce in the end suffocates art and ends up diluting it, I cannot deny that money is necessary for me to not only continue living but I need it just to allow to pursue my dream. It's a big ass Catch 22 because I had some ill blogs I was gonna write this week, but if I can get a beat sold that leads to cash in Buc's pocket or get a job that leads to me receiving a physical check it will go farther than me receiving 3 comments for something I spent 4 hours writing (no diss to the readers, but I ain't gonna lie).
I'd like to thank all of the regular readers of this blog that tolerate these long ass tirades of mine (or as my people at Oh Word! call them "freakin' dissertations") as well as many of my favorite fellow bloggers that frequent this page as well (I would write out a long ass list but as I explained earlier I'm pressed for time). I WILL return to this blog (hopefully this month) when everything gets situated and life is less hectic and I have the time to devote to this blog and write real entries. Enjoy your Fourth Of July and I'd like to welcome Ray Allen to Boston...I'm sure Paul Pierce, Cedric Maxwell and Doc Rivers are gonna lay it all out for you about what the deal is in this city. Not to worry, I'll be back...like a 20" Zenith, believe it.