- Interviewer: So why do you write these strong female characters?
- Whedon: Because you're still asking me that question.
our own impermanence is concealed from us.
The trees stand firm, the houses we live in
are still there. We alone
flow past it all, an exchange of air.
Everything conspires to silence us,
partly with shame,
partly with unspeakable hope.
I really wish Bob Odenkirk’s Saul Goodman character from Breaking Bad was a real person and my personal attorney.
I remember the first time I heard “Whispering Eye” in that Paul Rudd movie I was convinced I would add whispering eye to my vocabulary. I know that vaginas frequently come up in my daily conversations so why wouldn’t I use something as cute and silly as “Whispering Eye”? I don’t think I’ve ever used it. However, it seems the phrase pops up from time to time and when it does by golly do I giggle like a school girl.
Drive yourself in town sometime soon. Melissa and I got a big tv in our living room that we can all watch the Venture Bros. on. Also, I’m slowly but surely putting together a b&w darkroom here. I’m already processing and printing 4x5 paper negatives in my downstairs bathroom. Its about that time for a visit and you haven’t seen my new place. You can get Douglas in on this as well if you care to. He’s been real puurrddyyy lately in his rock n’ roll band.