Thursday, December 31, 2009

Decade In Review: 2009 - 2010

College Football: Florida over Oklahoma 24-14, January 8, 2009.
Superbowl XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers over the Arizona Cardinals 27-23, February 1, 2009
World Series: New York Yankees over the Philadelphia Phillies 4 games to 2, November 4, 2009
Highest Grossing Film: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Please note: my "Highest Grossing Film" is based on international numbers, not just domestic. That's why, in spite of this article, Harry Potter comes out on top in my list.

This year I got back into directing. Not only did I direct Un-Scripted: unscripted, but I also ventured forth back into the world of scripted theater by directing Impact Briefs: Puberty. My job also took me to Luxembourg for about 4 weeks. I strong-armed Diana into meeting me in Paris for a long weekend, where I popped the question. Somehow she did not see it coming.

As all of us time-geeks know, 2010 is technically part of this decade not the next one. So whatever this decade is called, it won't end until 2011 rolls around. That's why I didn't include 2000 in this Decade in Review. I'll review 2010 next year.

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In 1789, the governor of Australia granted land and some animals to James Ruse in an experiment to see how long it would take him to support himself. Within 15 months he had become self sufficient. The area is still known as Experiment Farm. This is my Experiment Farm to see how long it will take me to support myself by writing.