How to Build a Stronger Scaffold

At long last, I have completed the special effects for my new short film. The final shot was a long and tedious affair, but, on the bright side, I sure managed to listen to a lot of music and watch a lot of YouTube while doing it. I’m, now, all caught up on current events and kitten videos. Oh, and the shot looks great.

Next up: final edit and sound. I don’t plan to get fancy with sound so I don’t expect it to take too long. I hope.

The other day, a pretty strong typhoon blew through town. About a month ago, a mother cat and her 5 kittens moved atop of the management office of the building I live in (I can see them from my office window doing their kitten things). I was a bit worried about them because, aside from one tree, that roof has little shelter from a typhoon’s pounding wall of rain and strong winds. I needn’t have fretted because after the typhoon blew away, the whole family of kittens were just fine and dandy.


On the other hand, an entire bamboo scaffold, covering a large building, collapsed into the street because of the typhoon.

The moral of the story: If you want a scaffold that can stand up to a typhoon, build it out of kittens.

My wisdom is endless.


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