People think I joke about Lego sets being a highly fenced item. Okay, they also wonder what it means “to fence” something. Do people really not know that terminology? Mickey Spillane’s ghost just choked on a salted peanut.
I may have consumed too many hardboiled detective tales in my youth.
Anyway, criminals love Legos precisely because so many other people love Legos — and are willing to pay for said Legos.
Every Spring, I get social media posts –usually very vague ones– from friends closely involved with “Pilot Season,” that period every year where writers, actors, and others hope to get staffed on potential TV shows that will go from potential to actual (i.e., they get “picked up” and move into production for additional episodes).
My recent project, Jabberwocky Audio Theater, is not a recent development. I’ve been working on it in one form or another since 2007.
When you work on something that long that means there’s definitely breaks when you’re not working on it… and within those breaks and at those moments of starting or stopping, your doubts about continuing happily pay a visit.