p.s. Hey. ** David Ehrenstein, Thank you, David! ** Thomas Moronic, Well, hi, T! So great to see you! I’m pretty good, thanks. Yeah, excited about PGL’s birth, and quite busy with that. Otherwise? Still working the script for the ARTE TV series, getting ready for the fund-raising part of Zac’s and my new film, working on a GIF novel, dying to get back to my long dormant words-based novel ASAP. Excellent report there about your novel’s advanced progress! Berlin, cool. I’m not a huge familiar with that fine city, but … Everyone, the honorable author and all around fine fella Thomas ‘Moronic’ Moore is off for a visit to Berlin soon. Does anyone here or out there have some tips for him to see and do while he’s there? If so, please pony up in your comments. Thanks! And wonderful news that you’re heading over here. It’s been ages! I greatly look forward to that! Yeah, the new Sunn0))) is incredible, right? Maybe the album of the year so far for me. So good to see you, my pal! ** Steve Erickson, Ah, okay, about the Herzog. I’ll not rush to it, but it shows up on TV, I’ll tune in. I feel like Makhmalbaf’s films are hugely unseen or unseeable. Even here in Paris, I can’t remember the last time a film of his was on view. ** liquoredgoat, Hey, hey. Happy my post about Kaurismaki lead you happily to ‘Le Havre’. Ace. And I really agree with you about Lucia Berlin. Truly stellar prose stylist, really pleasurable. I’m quite good, just busy, even more than usual, but grateful for it so far. And you? ** Right. You birds out there are welcome to gaze longingly at the perches I found for you. You non-birds are invited to appreciate the aesthetic virtues of the antenna. Something for everybody perhaps? See you tomorrow.