Thanks Mike for bringing everything back and doing your darndest to put everything back were it belonged. Here's a little inspirations for you to imagine you in your own movie:
If a man wants at all to redeem any of his tithes, he shall add one-fifth to it. 32. And concerning the tithe of the herd of the flock, of whatever passes under the rod, the tenth one shall be holy to the Lord. 33. He shall not inquire whether it is good or bad, nor shall he exchange it; and if he exchanges it at all, then both it and the one exchanged for it shall be holy; it shall not be redeemed.'"
"instinct, could not have prepared me for this: exceeding anger, exceeding rage, coming precariously close to the distillate of--and you know what I'm talking about here--every valued intuition lost, or so it seemed already.
My heart heard resound and followed then the unholy kettles of war.
- "House of Leaves" by Mark Z. Danielewski, pg. 496
"There is no mercy here, Pinnocchio. I have spared you. Harlequin must burn in your place. I am hungry and my dinner must be cooked."
"In that case," said Pinnocchio proudly, as he stood up and flung away his cap of dough, "in that case, my duty is clear. Come officers! Tie me up and throw me on those flames. No, it is not fair for poor Harlequin, the best friend that I have in the world to die in my place!"
These brave words, said in a piercing voice, made all the other Marionettes cry. Even the officers, who were made of wood also, cried like two babies.
"The Adventures of Pinocchio" by Carlo Collodi, pg. 83
You're awesome Mike! ! Couldn't have requested a better renter for renting such a large gear package! Thanks so much, I owe you for taking such good care of it! Sylvestre.
This'll keep you up at Night:
Together with this kinaesthesis there appeared distinct organic images, colored, of unpleasantness. These were localized from my shoulders down to the region of my best. Then I recalled two distinct pulls at my pole. Thereupon I recalled kinaesthetic imagery of tightening my muscles in my arms and chest while at the same time I visualized my hands upon the pole and myself working the reel. There accompanied these latter experiences a projected tactual-like image out in the water at the end of the line. This projected tactual image consisted of two dark blots out upon the greenish-olive water. (This imagery puzzled me for a moment. I am unable to identify it either as tactual in origin or as kinaesthetic. If it is tactual-pressure in origin why should it not be localized in my hands where there was nothing but purely visual imagery of white hands!"
- The Synesthesia of a Blind Subject, With Comparative Data From an Asynaesthetic Blind Subject by Raymond Holder Wheeler, pg. 63
Cool stuff, hope it's a clue to your next Feature film! ! :-)