New Video: What We Did With All Our Money – Maladjusted Video Diary #3

Hi, folks.

I  just posted our latest video, What We Did With All Our Money – Maladjusted Video Diary # 3.  You should check it out immediately because I honestly think it’s really funny.  Of course, that’s a biased opinion.  Anyway, here it be posted below, just in case you want to know what happens when we hire an intern to do all of our dirty work for us:

Also, for those not “in the know”, please pop over to our youtube page to subscribe to our channel, leave a comment to let us get to know you and what you think, and share us with your friends!  I know we’re weird, but by God, we mean well.

 

-David C. Roberson,

Maladjusted Productions

 

 

New Things To Come

Hi, everyone.  David C. Roberson here with a bit of an update on what you can look forward to from Maladjusted Productions.

It’s been said before that we have an enormous back-catalog of material awaiting edit, and I’m proud to say that after two years, I now have the capabilities to edit these things.  For those of you who are new to Maladjusted Productions, you are doubtless unfamiliar with the majority of the first season of The Curmudgeon’s Perspective or our first comedy sketch, The Drifter.  These things will come to be known to you in the weeks and months ahead.  I will be editing and posting as time permits me.  So what could be more important than restoring the entirety of the Maladjusted Productions’ canon?  Adding to it.

Jason Goss and I have been working on scripts. A couple are ready to be shot.  Props and costumes are being shipped in THIS WEEK for our next three video sketches. I’m staying mum on the details, but I will say that geek glands shall be stimulated.  And all while I am editing a brand, spanking-new Maladjusted Video Diary that should be up soon!  In fact, the first edit is done, and is waiting sound effects and music.  It’s a fun little piece that I hope you all enjoy.

COMING JULY 20th, 2011: “The Curmudgeon’s Perspective # 3: The State of Star Trek,” originally posted in March, 2007.

-David C. Roberson, Maladjusted Productions