First Post

After months of having a wordpress account, I finally dive in.

I am not a stranger to blogging.  I was, for many years, an avid blogger on live journal, but as Stephen King so beautifully articulated in his Dark Tower series,”the world has moved on.”

So it is that while I am an aspiring writer, actor, director, producer, graphic designer, artist, and photographer, I must now add a new title to that gargantuan list of nomenclatures:  aspiring blogger of the modern world.

I will attempt to write every day, but I make no promises.  Topics will vary, I imagine, from Star Trek to the annals of Biblical law, conservative watch-dog pontificating, book and film reviews, how-to tutorials… I am, as my father often says, “full of it.”  Whatever it is, I promise to attempt some sort of intellectual entertainment.

Until next time, peace out, Home Skillet!

New Video: The Shake

What kind of hand shake do YOU have?

New Video: Boomerang

This is a video that I helped out on in that I played the butler. The video was conceived and directed by Matt Carroll. It stars Spencer Roeder, Tamara Spann, and myself as the Butler.

The Drifter

The Drifter

Written by David C. Roberson

Directed by David C. Roberson & Matt Carroll

Edited by David C. Roberson

Starring

David C. Roberson

Spencer Roeder

Ashley Roberson

Nick Munkachy

Conor Munkachy as The Drifter

I Told You It Was Coming… The Drifter is Online!

After what seems like an eternity, The Drifter is edited and online! What was to be a strange, dark full-length movie has turned into a strange, dark short film/comedy sketch… I hope you guys enjoy it, and subscribe to my youtube account!

Written by David C. Roberson

Directed by David C. Roberson & Matt Carroll

Starring David C. Roberson, Spencer Roeder, Ashley Roberson, Nick Munkachy, and Conor Munkachy as The Drifter

The Cold Has Arrived

I’m sitting in the second floor computer room in Taylor Center out here at AUM. I’m wearing this gray, zip-up hoodie–it’s annoying as the sleeves are too short for my Frankenstein monster-like arms. The first chill of the season has arrived, and I find that I’m not exactly looking forward to the cold as I have in past years. In a little more than a week, I will turn twenty-three. I’m already an old man, physically. I ache when I experience a breeze.

It’s been about three weeks since I stopped drinking cokes. No more pop for Dave. Now that my body doesn’t shake for the caffeine and large doses of aspertame, I am feeling much better.

It’s funny, these days I’ve realized to great extent that any changes for the better that you make? They -have- to be for you. Because people will always judge you on your past, regardless of what you’ve changed. It’s sad but true.

So. The week is almost over, and the weekend holds a trip to Birmingham to work on the short again. Yep, again. Maybe we’ll finish it this week.