Tuesday, September 14, 2010

I Dun Goofed.

Damn, we just got our asses kicked.

$79 down the drain.

If they make a game of the TV show Lost.
It will be Lost: The Game.

It's been fun but since I made this blog for one sole reason,
it's time to say goodbye.

See you on the other side,
Steven Seagal

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Small Update v2

Hello everyone,

I had a very busy weekend (as always, it seems) and did not get to view any blogs. Yes, I missed out on two days of supporting my fellow bloggers.

But I am back now, and will support all my followers daily yet again. So have no fear, Steven Seagal is here!

Pic related, I'm back!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Spam From My Inbox

Here is some spam I found in my email inbox.

Hello Dear, Good morning or whatever the weather may be over there,how is the weather in your country?,my name is Lauren I'm tall and nice looking girl i just decided to drop you some words just to say hello and how was today,i saw your profile at and i will like to known more about you, please i will be very happy if you can reply me  so that we can go further to known each other,we can be good friends,write me direct to my mail box at, Hope to hear from you.
yours Lauren. 



I workwith a bank In West Africa, Burkina Faso .I have a business transaction foryou.
In mydepartment we discovered an abandoned sum of $10.5 Million US Dollars .In anaccount that belongs to one of our foreign customer who died along with hisentire family in car bomb in Iraq .

Sincehis supposed next of kin died along side with him at the Bomb blast, there isnobody to claim the left over balance in the account. It is therefore upon thisdiscovery that I and other officials in my department decided to seek yourassistance and present you to the bank as his Next of kin.

If youaccept I would give you the guide lines of how we can achieve this transfer ofthe balance (10.5Million Dollars) to your account. And we will shear the money50-50%.
I expectthat you will give me your telephone and fax numbers for easy communicationwith you and for more details.
Mr Yusuf Amodu.

Do You Want Insane Traffic?

I'm sure EVERYONE wants a lot of traffic to their blogs, it will help them expand and get more support.
I, Steven Seagal, found a way. It's the simplest way possible. All you have to do is view 6 ads on the site, then you get to place your own ad, and when you place your ad, people will have to view it in order to put their ad! IT'S BRILLIANT!

Pic related, it's brilliant!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Public Service Announcement


Because I have very little time, I will still be checking out everyone's blog, only I will not be commenting at all, as it takes too long. But I WILL still check out EVERYBODY's blog DAILY. So don't worry if I don't comment, I have still checked out your blog and given you some much needed support.

And Nischal, I did not touch your balls.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Being An Actor

Hi everyone.

Most people reckon acting is one of the easiest and funnest jobs in the world. They would usually be correct. It certainly is fun, and easy if you have the talent. However almost nobody has any idea the type of commitment acting carries.

When you're filming a movie, the time involved is huge. It can take 3-4 months of shooting to film every scene needed; this is usually more scenes than are actually in the movie, to give the editor(s) and other crew members more to work with. Scenes will be shot every day, occasionally the main actors will get a couple of days off, excluding the weekend (which they 80% of the time get as default). Sometimes, during busy scenes, each day of shooting can last from as early as 9am to as late as 8 or 9pm, if night scenes are required to be shot on the same day.

That is a massive commitment for any actor. Every day you come back to where you are staying (usually a hotel) and are utterly exhausted. I doubt there are many other jobs that "fulfill" you in this way. And if you are a popular actor (yes, such as myself!) you can expect to shoot up to 2 and a half different films over the course of a year. As I have said, the times involved are huge.

But obviously, the payoff is huge as well. Most actors for films get paid quite a substantial amount of money. I am by no means a Hollywood regular (think George Clooney etc) however I certainly earn enough to survive! It can often be difficult to juggle between work and your personal life - they sometimes merge into one. Luckily I definitely have enough time to relax in front of my Xbox on most days (or even practice a few moves).

So yeah, all in all, acting is by no means "easy" per se. But if you really get into it, it is the greatest career anyone can hope to have. Once you gain experience and get over the first couple of months of feeling awkward, it becomes unbelievably fun, especially if you get to know the people you are working with. After just a few weeks, we are all a family, because we spend so much time with each other, and become good friends. I wouldn't give acting up for anything else in the world, I love it too much.

Thanks for reading and staying with my blog, I hope I can continue to entertain, both here and in my films, and I will see you later!