p.s. Hey. ** David Ehrenstein, Hi. I’m happy you think so too. Everyone, Listen up, here’s Mr E.: ‘Just want to let everyone know my sale of DVDs, CDs and books is ongoing contact me via email@example.com. If you’re fixed for it I have an incredible, beautiful mirror with gold inlay framing going for a hundred bucks.’ ** Bill, Hi. Awesome, I’m obviously really happy Solomon’s work resonated with you and yours. Normally, yeah, France seems to get first dibs on films, even American films sometimes, but not this time. The Jarmusch film was very unliked to ‘meh’ in France. Glad the heat broke. May the cool have legs. ** Sypha, Hi, James. I’m so sorry to hear about Cooper. That must be so rough and confusing for you. I hope you find a way to cope with it, and I know you will, but, yeah, old age -> death is the fucking worst. Take good care, pal. ** Brendan Lott, Hi, B! I thought I remembered you having show in LA this fall. Yes! Do you know the dates? I’m coming to LA, but probably not until mid-October for Halloween explorations and research. Slight if fervent hopes that your show and I may just align. ** Corey Heiferman, Hi, Corey. Is there a good cinematheque-type venue in Tel Aviv that programs more experimental work sometimes? I.e. is it possible to see work like Solomon’s projected there? Yes, Light Cone is super great and a major resource. A lot of the films I’m really into are distributed, often only, by them. Paris is very good for that kind of thing. There’s also the great Re:Voir. I think I must know someone or more here who have a 16 mm projector, but not off the top of my head. But there must be. Re:Voir screens films regularly, and they’re the kind of place that would show ‘RtbS’ theoretically, Maybe I’ll pop around and ask them. They have a storefront too. Well, if I have any magic powers stored up in my hopes and wishes, they’re yours and, more specifically, your computer’s until further notice. Best of the best of luck, man. ** Right. So, as I think I’ve mentioned here, I made a special gif novel that’s being exhibited right now at Art Basel by Cabinet Gallery. It’s called ZAC’S INNER CIRCLE, and it will only be shown/available there and sold in a limited edition. Today I’m sharing a chapter from that gif novel, if you’re interested to have a look/read. As always, I’m super happy for any feedback or anything. Thanks. See you tomorrow.