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3 Dreams In 1 night

I dreamed I was in the elevator here to my apartment and met two women there. One had kids and the other didn’t. The one with kids had her apartment number showing. I think it was 407. I decided to go up to the 4th floor there to find them. The first one I couldn’t remember what the number was and the 2nd one, 407 wasn’t where it should have been. There was a farmer’s market there instead so I gave up.

Then the next dream was that I met a filmmaker who wanted me to help him make a film for 12 or 13 thousand dollars. He showed me the budget and I thought it was too cheap. Plus he wanted me to travel to Orange county and couldn’t pay me yet. So I said no.

Then the dream changed to where I meet my Mom and Dad, (but Dad passed away a few years ago ) at the county fair. I feel so surprised to see my Mom, who gives me a big hug. cause now she lives in Israel. She said she couldn’t get a flight anywhere else and we both agree that it’s beautiful here. Then I see Dad and I say to him, I must be dreaming if you’re here. I realize I am and I wake up.

Now Casting For Qur’an Tina!

Which acting couple will be the Next Zoom Superstars?

Now casting for San Diego Filmmakers Zoom Screenplay of “Qur’an Tina,” written by YOUtopiamedia’s founder, Jordan Schaffner!

Qur’an Tina a Zoom Screenplay

Summary: Tinder relationship interrupted by Covid-19

Qur’an Tina Script by Jordan Schaffner

Synopsis:

Before the US Covid-19 lock down, a couple chat on Tinder, who are physically very attracted to each other but when they actually meet, they really can’t stand each other. TINA, a Jewish Brazilian hottie flies to San Diego to attend a business conference and to meet BUZZ, the blonde not so religious Muslim surfer from Tinder. After they have a drunken one night stand, the President declares a nationwide lockdown so she and BUZZ must stay together until the quarantine is over.

Characters
TINA is a young late 20’s Jewish Brazilian hottie with a Portuguese accent who flies to meet BUZZ at a bar in his condo in San Diego.
BUZZ is a blonde somewhat religious liberal Muslim San Diego surfer.
A BARTENDER serves drinks to them at a local bar.

Note: Because of Covid 19, the male and female actors must already be living together.

Copyright 2020 Jordan Schaffner. All rights reserved.

Providing filmmaking education for the San Diego community.

San Diego Filmmakers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. We appreciate your support.

The winning couple will receive a recording of their performance for their acting resumes and if they are in San Diego, CA, a free lunch at Rubio’s Restaurant with the writer/producer or an Amazon Gift Card of an equivalent amount if they live out of town. For more info: please Email Jordan at dreamfeeder@yahoo.com.

Covid Sight Seeing In San Diego

A sign of the times: A mask on the Star of India.

A funny sign on South Beach Cafe, in Ocean Beach, CA
Even in these times, there is still beauty at Pacific Isle. I took this picture of the bird when it was sitting on a railing on the pond. When I got closer, it took flight! A picture more beautiful and majestic than I ever imagined!

Watch “Oingo Boingo- Private Life” on YouTube

Fun Song For Those In Self Quarantine:

Private Life By Oingo Boingo.

 

 

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Last Day of the Dead,Old Town,San Diego, CA

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A Mitzvah For My Mom

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I kept getting calls from Israel from my Mom that my Dad who is 86 got pnemonia fell down, hitting his head. My lady friend Carol told me that he should be wearing a medical helmet just in case he falls down again. He was doing so well when my orthodox brother-in law, whose father recently died was there. But when he returned home to New Jersey, my Dad was back in Hadassah hospital and he died in the middle of the night right after we came home from seeing the movie Medea’s Family Funeral which wasn’t that funny or good.

I didn’t really want to see it but my lady friend did. I felt it might be bad luck and it really was.

My dad was a pioneer. In the air force, he was a ham radio operator who worked with Morris code. When I was young, he had his own mobile TV repair business. When I took classes in cyber security, I invited him and he absorbed the lecture like a sponge and formed his own Cyber Security company that charged a monthly fee. He always had great ideas but they just didn’t make it to market the right way.

I don’t want to be that way, but I guess I’m like that too.

I was going to go to back Israel to spend Purim with my family anyway since I got a Discover credit card, but now I would unfortunately have to attend my father’s funeral, or so I thought. Actually neither my sister or I were allowed to because the rabbi wanted him buried traditionally within 24 hours and my mother agreed to this. So we were told to come and sit shiva, which is a ritualized mourning party where friends and family visit and bring food over to share memories. Not being able to even attend the funeral added to the upset feelings I felt.

I scheduled a flight on British Airways which seemed like a very safe airline at the time. Then I heard the news while I was packing that a package exploded at the Airport in England where I was transferring to Tel Aviv. Great. Now I might die too. I was scared as hell to get on that flight. I had enough room on the flight to fall asleep but a couple stole the extra seats. When we went over Colorado, there must have been a storm brewing because the turbulence was so jarring, it knocked over my free beer. This is not the first time I almost crash landed in Colorado. Maybe that’s why it’s called the Rockies.

Anyway I survived and had to deal with all the ques in Britain. After a free bus that took me to the wrong place and I had to walk in the rain, here’s the hotel I stayed in near the airport.

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I had to line up or as they say “cue” up just to get the room I already reserved.

After only being there 1 night, it seemed to me that I had to cue up for everything. I cued up when I got off the plane to get the bus to the airport. I cued up to go through security. I cued up to get the free bus to the hotel. Cue up to get my room and even cue up for dinner. The only thing I didn’t have to cue for was the bathroom or what they call the lough. Thank G-d.

Dinner was pretty good. A seafood pasta. But I didn’t know anybody there so I knew I had to move on the next day. The weird thing about the rooms was that there were two beds and one was super hard and the other was super soft. I chose the soft one and there were red strings hanging from the ceiling near the bed and in the bathroom. I asked about these and a hotel staff member said they were for disabled people.

I tried to calculate what time I should get up to sleep as much as could, even with my jet lag. But somehow I woke up late and got it wrong. I showered, packed and took the elevator down. I asked for a taxi and then I realized I forgot my suit! I panicked until I saw a room attendant that I asked to help me. He ran up to the room and promptly delivered it to me. I felt blessed, gave him a nice tip and the cab driver was still patiently waiting for me. I felt like I still had time to catch my flight but the cab driver thought it would be a close call. Thank G-d he knew where my airport gate was. As a matter of fact, he was an expert. He charged a little more but he got me to the airport and there seemed to be enough time so it was worth it. Besides, since the price of a British pound was currently $1.40, Britain was too expensive for me no matter how much I wanted to visit the places where British invasion rock stars had lived. I went through security , even though they tried to stop me because I only was a half hour early.

I prayed while they checked if I could still get on the flight. It would be very embarrassing for my family if I couldn’t sit shiva on time. They told me I’d have to run but I could still make it if I go through security and get on the train to the gate to catch my flight. I went through security as fast as possible and ran like hell to catch the train even though I didn’t reall know where it was. I had to ask people while I was running. But I found the train and then I was running to the elevator to the gate.

I met a disabled person in a wheelchair who was going my way and said we had plenty of time. I didn’t take it for granted after I got off the elevator though that calmed me down and then I felt like I could make it on time. I got in my seat on the plane and felt relieved.

I was very hungry but willing to wait till the staff served breakfast. I had to wait a few hours. Then I saw a great movie called Instant Family about a couple that adopted teenagers. It starred Mark Walberg and was pretty touching and funny. The story emphasized the struggle that orphan teenagers have to be adopted. So many people want to give birth to children or adopt babies but not teenage orphans. Before we before we reached Tel Aviv, the stewardess offered me another free beer.

We had a fairly smooth landing where I could see Hebrew letters from the air near the ocean but in the airport when I went to pick up the luggage, it wasn’t there. I spoke to two airline representatives about this and they finally told me they would deliver it to my Mom’s house.

I called my brother in law who was picking me up outside the airport and told him I was here.

He arrived about 20 minutes later and couldn’t figure out how to use the GPS to get us to my Mom’s house. and it was getting dark. I started freaking out.

But my brother in law found a beautiful Yemenite synagogue in the country for the evening prayers since he is a religious Jew.

We finally got to my Mom’s apartment and I was told to stay with a neighbor because my Mom’s apartment was too crowded with my sister, her husband and my Mom there.

So I met the family downstairs that was hosting me. I found out I’d be staying in a bomb shelter room Here’s a picture of it.

End of chapter 1

Doob: Mini You In 3D At Fashion Valley

Ever seen the Matt Damon movie, “Downsizing” where people shrink down to become 3D miniatures to save a lot money and live in tiny luxury homes?

Doob

Mini You @ The

 Now you can spend your extra money at the local mall to get a 3D printed miniature of yourself and your family. The company is called Doob and no, it isn’t a joint like the name sounds. Although the Jefferson Airplane song is partly about shrinking yourself with hallucinogens.

So if your tired of flat family photos, then go down to the mall and get a 3D printed Doob of yourself. Prices range from $95.00 to $295.00, depending on how many family mmbers you want . I’m not sure if payment plans are available.   And you need to be 3D scanned in person so you can’t make any voodoo dolls.

Visit https://www.doob3d.com/ to learn more.

 

 

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Pepper Robot Now Dancing In Fashion Valley Microsoft Store

 

I had to stop to charge up my electric car at the Fashion Valley Mall after waiting an hour and a half in terrible rainy traffic coming from the Mission Valley Mall. I finally got there and plugged in. I decided to shop for a new computer at the Microsoft Store and was greeted by this friendly, funny robot.

 

Surf Dog Competition in Imperial Beach

As a former brand ambassador for a solar company, I was assigned to attend the Surf Dog Competition in Imperial Beach. I saw this incredible golden doodle dog there, surfing in the ocean. Kentucky & His Dog, Derby Weeks later, I saw the surf dog with his owner, named Kentucky parked at my condo.  It turns out, after talking to Kentucky, that both Kentucky and Derby are my new neighbors here at my beach condo!

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