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20 thoughts on “Not In Canada Anymore”
I agree. There’s something special about catching a flick in the afternoon (especially on a “work” day).
Woo Woo Woo Woo! YES! You’re back. Keep movlogging. Don’t make me come over there!
God I wish I lived in London…oh, hang on, I do…
This lights my fire. He’s back. And ever the inspiration. I think I hear music…
“It was good over there. We had a good time” he said with a look on his face that doesn’t tell the whole truth 😉
Glad to see that you are happy again 🙂
yay Rupert’s back!! wb 🙂
I’m glad your time in Canada has let you see London with fresh eyes. contrasts are everything!
Perspective is good. Happy is even better. I’m going to enjoy watching your ever evolving face.
It’s funny. I spent 3 months in London (pretty much around when you last vlogged) so I now see your videos with a new perspective too. I used to go to the Walkabout that’s next door to where you finished filming.
“How can you possibly feel mad doing anything in the middle of this”. Damn right. I miss London. At least I can see it through your eyes now!
@nico Damn! I’m sorry our paths didn’t cross. next time…
– it’s funny, i see it fresh, like you must’ve seen it.
as gena and kath said, contrasts & perspective are good – different layers of perspective, like a new layer of varnish. i can still recall what i thought before, which makes it even better. very cool.
and @david: one day, i might do a post that tells the whole truth – but not yet, not yet…
I hope Jolly-Ole gives you the opportunity to stay in front of the camera.
Welcome back (or is that goodbye from Canada?).
Welcome back Rupert. Great that London is pushing your buttons in a good way now.
Just try not to fall back too quickly into the habits which drove you away. Remind yourself every now and again that you are actually a puzzled visitor from a small-town on Vancouver Island 🙂
Glad you are happy to be back in London, i would be too – instead I am stuck in Australian suburbia – for the time being anyway!!
dude – my life is so about catching movies on a weekday afternoon, alone, with all the other lonely creeps in the theater – I feel like my mind becomes clear just walking there that by the time I come out, everything seems possible again -hope same goes for you. looking forward to more!
You are in your element in London Rupert.
Missed seeing you vlog, and you look happy and quite “healthy”… 😉
@mike i moved to the wrong side – clearly i should have moved to where you are…
@frank thanks! great advice – i’m trying to maintain *exactly* that.
@marge i can never dissociate the idea of australian suburbia from muriel’s wedding.
@taxiplasm i think it’s my greatest secret pleasure – i watched all the canadians getting so excited about mountain biking and skiing, and all i wanted to do was have a dark cinema i could sneak off to in the afternoons 🙂
@pauld but… but… i so wanted to be the Beautiful BC guy!
@heath er, yes… thank you… 😉
Well, you sure do look good and full of life! 🙂
That’s such an utterly charming & winning piece of video Rupert! Look forward to lots more.
Word! How’s tricks?