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1. There is a three hour difference between Toronto and Los Angeles. When it’s nine o’clock on the East Coast, it’s still only six here.
2. A typical morning for the crew involves waking at 6:30/7 am, driving to a location by 9, unloading and setting up for an hour, lighting and makeup for two.
3. So by now it’s about twelve, and this is when I can start editing the vlog (after cleaning and organizing the makeup). I have to be on call for spot powder at any time, usually about two or three times within the hour-long interview. As soon as the interview is done, the set is struck and we load up again, and head to the next location.
4. This leaves me roughly two to four good hours to edit the vlog. Which I am capable of, but after I edit the vlog, the main editor, Saskia, has to approve it, and she’s needed on set as a gaffer and to take notes. This is very important.
5. Which means even if the vlog is finished, it can’t be uploaded until after the second set is struck, which may not be until nine or ten pm Pacific Time.
These are all reasons the vlog hasn’t been going up at its regular time.
Please don’t think I’m being harrassed by you guys; it’s actually kind of neat to have people waiting for something I’m making. Just know that, regardless of what time the vlog goes live, no one on the team is slacking. Please don’t send the team those kinds of messages, because they’re mad discouraging, man. We’re working really hard to both make this documentary, and share our crazy days with you. It won’t be late every day. There will be days where the vlog doesn’t go up until 1 - 3 am EST and you may have to go to bed before seeing it! I just ask that you be patient with us for the next few months.
If you’ve never witnessed Mitch’s dancing, you are missing out on a beautiful thing.
I still think about this sometimes.
Harlem. Shake. Star Wars style. [x]
I couldn’t see anything through that clonetrooper helmet, so I just banged my head against the set but it just sort of looks like I’m humping the wall.
About a week ago, we were driving to Toronto for a Buffer meeting with five of us in the car, and Tim was telling this story about when he worked at MuchMusic while looking for a parking spot on the street, and suddenly he’s like “Yeah, Corey, could you just take the stick and put the car in reverse when I say so?”
And we all looked at each other and realized we’d made the guy with a broken arm drive us into downtown Toronto, and he hadn’t even mentioned it until then.
So we’re doing a liveshow to raise money for a documentary we’re doing and if you donate fifty dollars during - and only during - the liveshow, we make you a video professing our eternal love!
Corey Vidal with the ABSOLUTE CUTEST LITTLE DING DING :D
ah, Ding-Ding ya lil nug
Rianna Finch: Ruining AppEh Family Reunion dinners with an intolerance to tomato since 2013
Okay, I’m really curious as to how many people who follow me on tumblr also watch the daily ApprenticeEh vlog.. Did you follow me after watching the vlog? Did you watch the vlog after following me? Do you follow me, but not the vlog? How do I find out such things?
YouTube Channel: ApprenticeEh
Date: December 10, 2012
Lloyd thought up a real fun drinking game: Take a shot every time someone in the comments corrects me for calling Leia’s blaster a saber.
Don’t die, kids.
Back in the late summer, we shot a video for Tim Deegan’s channel involving zombies. Saskia and I spent the afternoon putting on zombie makeup and we headed to the location. After setting up and such, we had to pour fake blood we’d made over the zombies, and as we were doing so, this freakin’ fox sauntered up as calmly as you please. And we’re all standing there, screaming internally, while this fox just sort of looked at us like ‘Calm down bros I’m just a fox’ sniffed us and licked some of the fake blood up off the ground. We all whispered at each other frantically to GET THE VLOG but by the time someone cleaned their hands and picked up the camera, he’d gotten bored and bounced off. I’m pretty sure foxes experience less gravity than the rest of the world because that’s how he was walking. Anyway he bummed around in the parking lot that was too dark to film while we finished up and I just think it’s the funniest thing that I was standing there, undead and covered in blood and stuff, with this fox who didn’t give a lick.
My life is so weird, you guys.
YouTube Channel: ApprenticeEh
Date: December 3, 2012
feel free to enjoy the sound of my awkward toast-chewing!