You can now own Revolutions Per Minute on a compilation DVD that comes with Bridge Magazine's issue 6. I haven't gotten a copy of it yet, but I know already that the DVD has a couple really damn funny films I've seen before. It'll probably run you like $15, but it's totally worth it. And that's not a greedy plug or anything cuz I don't see a dime of that money. I'm letting you know because we're such good friends, you and I. Check it out:

Bridge Magazine (www.bridgemagazine.org)
The guestbook and the mailing list have been reconstructed to cut out third-party providers and their advertisements. I've cut out the middle men to pass the savings on to you.

Also, last week I shot and edited my first video with the new camera. It was a bad art video for a bad art party. It's so bad, it's good. I might just put it up on this site or I might send it to film festivals that rejected my old stuff.
According to my web counter, I received 133 hits Monday because of Film Threat's review of The Penis Graduation Song. That completely smashes the record for hits in a single day. I give that 4 stars!
Film Threat has rated The Penis Graduation Song a whopping 2.5 stars (out of 5 stars). I'm not sure whether to be excited that my video has actually been reviewed by them or to be sad that it was given the most mediocre rating. Overall I'd rate my enthusiasm at 2.5 stars.

Read the review here.
Today I bought some coffee down the street. But when I got it back to work, I accidentally put the chunky cream in it that had been sitting in the fridge for a couple months past its expiration date and ruined the coffee. So I had to go back out and buy another cup of coffee. Of course, I couldn't go back to the same place to buy more coffee. That would be embarrassing.

What does this have to do with Anarchy Monkey? I'm not sure. Maybe I'll use it in a video one day. Who knows.