Wednesday, July 01, 2009

A video.

A teammate's roommate, a film major, came out to a couple races this season with the idea of making a short film of us for a class. As it turned out, his theme was about females and minorities in sport, and there's quite a bit of me in there.

I suppose I didn't say anything too embarrassing. The interview was an hour long and was conversational enough for me to forget I was being interviewed.



For the record, yes, I know that "you go so much faster on a bike than when you run" is a rather obvious statement, and no, contrary to the last line, I don't settle for mediocrity given all the people out there better than I am. I wince a little at some of these comments, but nevertheless, this video makes me recall with fondness all those race weekends that were the highlight of this year.

7 comments:

justinnhli said...

Hi Faye. It's weird - watching this video makes me feel like I'm talking to you, but I'm not.

Lexie said...

didnt you dance in high school? for longer than you ran xc?! lol.

Faye said...

Lexie: You're right, actually. Heh, keep in mind that this video was heavily cut and edited.

Jacob said...

I couldn't bring myself to actually watch all of the video, but I doubt anything you said could be more embarrassing than the intro.

Also, I thought I should tell you personally, cause it sounds like I'm saying you're right: I don't think people are inherently evil, but I think everyone is fucked beyond any chance of repair. I really think the most we can do for our children is to tell them they've been born into a shithole and to watch out for wolves.

Jacob said...

Also I should mention, I thought to leave that comment while looking at the CDC's obesity page. I don't know what that says about you.

Faye said...

Dude, I don't think I ever get what you're trying to say.

Jacob said...

Sign up at our blog faye. Your opinion and your friends and traffic are all welcome.