Tuesday, July 24, 2012

So You Want to be a Dolly Grip? NDSR

This post is being rewritten. Those of you who've been coming here for a while are familiar with the NDSR, or Next Day Sober Rewrite. I wrote this post last night after a couple of Captain Morgans and was already irritated about something related to this topic and the end result was predictably obnoxious (at least to me). I read it three times and disliked it more each time I read it. So, I pulled it down to rewrite it. A little awkward, but I can't have something up that I'm not happy with because it will drive me nuts. Once I've taken some of the kinks out I'll put it back up.

9 comments:

Kindari said...

I liked the post.

It reminded me to trust the expertise of others and not try to do everything myself.

Michael Taylor said...

I liked it too -- and the fact that I could only answer a few of those questions reminded me exactly why I'm a juicer and not a dolly grip...

Josh Waterman said...

I want to be a dolly grip! And it's after the next day... Looking forward to the revised post

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