I AM...

I am whatever YOU think I am until YOU get to KNOW me. This is true for everyone else too, of course.. so don't make assumptions about anyone or pass judgment; ask questions. You might just make a new friend.


Thursday, March 22, 2012


Dead is the new unambiguous.

Bipolar is the new undecided.

Heavily armed is the new born again.

Bald is the new head... and the new

Hairy is the new face.

Sheepishly admitting to having an STD
is the new flirting.

Purell is the new face of fear.

Finding the time that's right for you
is the new impotence.

The smiley-face emoticon is the new
"sincerely yours."

Smoking is the new outdoorsy

Looking forward to insanely expensive
private schooling, thousand dollar a week nannies and soccer is the new yuppie
birth control.

Misinformed is the new patriotic.

Veganism is the new "tastes like

Serotonin uptake inhibiting is the
new crowd control.

Texting is the new talking.

Talking is the new singing.

Singing is the new hubris.

Gay marriage is the new "be
careful what you wish for."

And finally, and only because I
really need this to catch on, fifty-seven years old is the new forty-five.




Finding Me: Truth is a 2011 drama film. Sequel to
Finding Me, Truth follows the
loves, losses, fights, jealousies and broken hearts of a group of friends in
New Jersey, centering on the sweet-natured but vulnerable Faybien (RayMartell
Moore). At last comfortable with his gayness but still saddled with low self-esteem,
Faybien is put into an emotional tailspin when his ex, Lonnie (Derrick L
Briggs), re-enters his life.

Finding Me: Truth takes us back to the urban
story of friendship, love and relationships in the life of Faybien Allen
(Ray Martell Moore).

A year later the young Mr. Allen’s world is
defined by colliding truths and false realities that are brought to
light in this sequel. He is forced to acknowledge and reconcile his naΓ―ve ways,
if he is to capture the heart of his true love again.
He befriends the most unlikely character Jay (Maurice
Murrell) and is introduced to a world of the unknown. Harsh choices and the
darker side of life outline Jay’s truth. Very much the survivor in his
environment, Jay’s story will leave you wanting to delve deeper.

Faybien’s two best friends, Greg (Eugene Turner) and Amera (J’Nara Corbin), a
year later are no wiser to their myths and self-conceived identities. Amera
tragically falls into the trap of the ‘crazy’ girlfriend. When a 4-month relationship
and singing career aren’t enough to occupy her neurotic and obsessive mind. She
begins to suspect her boyfriend (Gabe) to be cheating on her,
which forces her to confront her quietly kept issues.

While Greg seems to be every woman and man’s fantasy all wrapped up in the
charm of the urbane gentleman. His life mantra of being free and having fun has
gotten him in a situation where his hands are twice as full. Recently being
laid off from work and dealing with his own lack of financial stability/misfortune
the impact of his shattered self-esteem and identity, push him to take a harder
look at his own mirror of truth.

Truth explores the depth and intimacy of these friendships, the uncertain path
of life and how our decisions are forged in the midst of it all.


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