A gratuitous re-post of my film

See, here’s the thing about running your own blog.  Theoretically, I could post my epic fly-fishing film short Tenkara and the Man Card every single day.

But really, what I am going to gain by doing that?  You’ll get sick and tired of my posting it.  I’ll get sick and tired of posting it.  But also, it starts to become intellectually incestuous for me to do this, because it’s like me selling tickets to a Super Bowl in which I am also the only player.

However, there is an ulterior motive for me to do this,  I need some kind of over-the-top accelerant to goad An Opinionated Man into letting me guest blog on his site.  He’s got 50,000 followers.  He’s got chops.  He’s got a prolific posting finger that just doesn’t stop.  Homie’s got his finger on the pulse of a grip of urban killas!

So I figure, if I can convince him to watch my eleven minutes of rhetorical sausage-making, he’ll assume I’m the expositional heir-apparent to Anthony Bourdain, and bring me on board.

Nuff said. Quoth the Maven:

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7 Responses to A gratuitous re-post of my film

  1. Reblogged this on HarsH ReaLiTy and commented:
    LoL, ok you got a rare smile from that. I’ll watch the video, but I won’t promise to be interested. Deal? -OM
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  2. Tim Taylor says:

    I gotta say, that was the best, albeit only, fly fishing video I have ever watched. Thanks for makin; it, sharin’ it and gettin’ that stickler of a blogging maniac OM to repost it! PS, knowing what your voice sounds like makes reading your blog that much more fun 🙂

    • Ron Giesecke says:

      Lol! That’s awesome. I was trying to locate one place in a Wisconsin fly-fishing forum, where it was posted. I was hoping to find people that HATED the film. I got lucky. One guys said “yeah, I got i to it two minutes and some change when his voice felt like a meal work, drilling into my brain.” I wanted a screen shot of it, but it became unavailable when I actually had the presence of mind to do it. That was an awesome dig!


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