Friday, October 14, 2005

Ride of the Mergansers III

My friend Steve has moved beyond his 15 minutes of fame to playing his duckmentary at every venue in town. If you're worried you won't be able to catch it, you're not trying hard enough.

Wednesday, October 19th, Bryant Lake Bowl. Starts at 7:00 and lasts about 2 hours. Steve will be there and do a Q&A afterwards.

He'll be at the GET REAL documentary film festival at the Lagoon in November (4-10). He's not sure which day - he's going to show as an opening bit before a feature. Get Real finally posted their schedule today, and if you buy your festival pass before November 1st, you get a $10 discount (so $35) and unlimited movies (per movie price is $8). This is an incredible film festival, and I will be there, particularly to see Sarah Silverman talk filthy. Pooteewheet and I are even going to the trouble of finding weekend-long sitters this year so we can see a full weekend of movies.

Mergansers will show at the Walker on November 5th, 1 and 3 in the afternoon (free).

And it will be on television as well.
Sunday, November 6th, 11 pm, channel 2
Saturday, November 12, 10 pm, channel 17

Getting the idea that it's a duckmentary that's in demand? If you like it and want your own copy, be sure to visit Steve's website:


klund said...

On a completely unrelated note - What book should I read next?

Keep in mind, I don't want to broaden my horizons or make myself a better person. I just want to be entertained.

Thank you in advance.

Scooter said...

I just haven't been reading much lately that anyone else would want to read - except for Pratchett, and you've already read most of those. I'll have to think about it - give me until tonight - maybe something will kick in. You're more difficult than Mr. Mustard - he reads a lot of sci fi, even the books I say aren't very good.

klund said...

Who says I don't read sci fi?

Scooter said...

I've just never seen you reading it or heard of you reading it. I probably have a good scifi book or two on my list I could refer to you.

klund said...

It is true that I haven't read much sci-fi in the past 10 years, but it's been more of a case of there being other things that interested me. I like good sci-fi, provided it's not just a load of crap. Refer away.

By the way, the secret word verification is "rmddr". I think that's meaningful. "ReMove Da DiRectory" perhaps?

Scooter said...

I told it to give you secret words that end in DDS - it must be confused.