Monthly Archives: January 2011

Depression. Personal History 3.

(The script turned out to be 5 minutes too long. This is a story I took out of the script) No one expected my aunt Rosme to go crazy. The oldest daughter of Anna, she had always had it together. … Continue reading

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Depression. An opinion.

I wonder sometimes why so many writers suffer from alcoholism and depression. Well, the question about alcoholism was answered by a New Yorker article a few years ago. It explained that most writers can write productively for only 4 hours … Continue reading

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Women and Men. An Opinion 2.

A few days ago I was talking to an acquaintance and I mentioned the drivers that on their red light stop on the pedestrian crosswalk blocking it. – I usually look at their license place, – I started, but the … Continue reading

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Women in Animation. Story 2.

It looks, we really like job division and dividing responsibilities. I cook, you do dishes. You hunt, I gather. You on top, me on the bottom. Apparently, in animation industry, more or less a corporate world, there are many more … Continue reading

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Women and Men. An Opinion 1.

I find it interesting that people keep referring to women as a “minority” while it is a well know fact that women are a majority of humans as men die at much better rates than women. What they mean is … Continue reading

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