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Uh... acting?


So, I'm in Los Angeles for less than 24 hours and suddenly I find myself in a movie. A bit role, but a movie nonetheless. That's yours truly sporting the semi-automatic machine gun and the gel-less do. The most peculiar things seem to happen to me... methinks. More on all this later, I'm still reeling from the whole matter.

“Uh... acting?”

  1. Dusty Says:

    2 things. 1: nice boots. 2: that "reeling" pun was truly beneath you my friend.

  2. Libby Says:

    How does one just "find" themself to be in a movie? Just curious.

    I can't wait to hear more about this one!

  3. eric yang Says:

    You know... in hindsight, I really don't think I should have used "reeling" in that post. Truly garish of me.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    And the name of this movie is????

  5. Hsieh Says:

    Does this surprise me? Of course not. Only Yang would be in LA a couple of days and obtain a movie role.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Are those korean words I see in the white sign...hahaha...

  7. Dusty Says:

    Honestly, Yang do you not realized that the man in the foreground of the photo is not wearing a belt?! How could you collaborate with such a person?

  8. eric yang Says:

    "Certainty"... I think it's going on an independent short film circuit and being shopped in Korea. At least that's the scuttlebutt I'm hearing... I really don't know all the lingo.

    Yes, those are Korean words. They say "caution". The guy who made them is from Arkansas and most definitely not Korean which made them all the funnier.

    As for the man without the belt. I collaborated with him because he was a grip and quite possibly the largest man this side of the Mississippi.

  9. Hsieh Says:

    I never wear belts.

  10. Dusty Says:

    I think I just threw up in my mouth. There is nothing worse than non-belt wearing. I think that people should wear belts even when naked ala Seinfeld.

  11. eric yang Says:

    Hsieh, you're a woman with a petite figure... belts are an afterthought and if anything an accessory. For men it's an entirely different matter - we require them. Lest we forget and keep our shirts untucked.

  12. Hsieh Says:

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  13. Hsieh Says:

    Technically I am not petite. You have to be under 5'4". Fortunately I am right at 5'4" and thus not petite.

  14. Anonymous Says:

    Men think petite means thin. They don't realize it means short. However, I think Mr. Yang meant it as a compliment.

  15. Dusty Says:

    Well then can one of you ladies explain what or who the heck the juniors department is for? I have always been baffled by that.

  16. Anonymous Says:

    Petite is good. Trust me. It's very good.

  17. eric yang Says:

    Hsieh... it was meant as "props" (wink). As for the juniors dept - all I can say is that maybe tweens shop there.

  18. Dusty Says:

    Tweens... one of my least favorite words.

  19. Anonymous Says:

    LOL - you've got to be kidding!!!



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