Is it really the second Halloween edition of this column? Looks like it is, and I’m still waiting on that office, Mike. Anyway, it’s my personal favourite time of year and it’s beating rain outside all weekend. That’s the ideal time to reflect and genuflect at the altars of the things we dig most. In this case, writing, filming, and hey, getting paid for it, when and how we can. I think it’s safe to say most of us in this racket (that being any creative pursuit, really) got our start from the heart, putting in long hours in front of the computer screen and probably longer hours on set, week after week, month after month, and in many instances, year after year.
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