Thursday, May 18, 2006

Trading Spaces

Right, we have this thing.

I've been gone for a while and haven't had internet for a while. I just wrapped (well, last week-I'm lazy, okay?) on Trading Spaces. Now, for the most part I don't actually post what show I specifically worked on until it airs because of these things I sign that tell me not to-but Trading Spaces had the name one the side of their truck. What a relief to not have to lie and tell people, "We're doing a documentary."

I'm finding that often the more I'm paid the less that I do. I'm sure that people will tell me that's the way the rest of the world is. That just makes me wonder why everyone kept telling me that laziness wasn't good...


  1. In one of his novels, Robert Heinlein had a character tell a story about the laziest man in the world--the result of the man's laziness was that he invented all manner of labor-saving devices that allowed him to retire to an island to lay in a hammock all day. Sometimes, I think industriousness is way overrated.

  2. I've been saying this for a while, and aparently Heinlein beat me to it:
    Neccisaty may once have been the mother of invention, but long ago invention moved into the foster home of laziness. Laziness gives us remote and voice controls, clappers, and those Segway thingies...