If you know me, or are friends with me on Facebook, you may have noticed a surge in board game related posts and events. I thought I'd share a few of the reasons why I love board games and the reason why I've started posting about them a lot more recently.
I was going to write, "I didn't start smoking like most people..." but after trying to write a paragraph with that as the story, I realized it was a lie. I was going to say that I started smoking because I was bored, but the truth is that it was the classic "peer pressure" reason.
After my last post someone asked me what I consider "standard" in a bolt kit and I really struggle with saying anything definitive because so much of it depends on your personal style/taste and how much room you have to devote to bolt storage. But fear not, I'm going to persevere and give you a list. It's based off of my personal kit and
I take a look at the few things that Grips would be interested in at this year's Cinegear Expo. Plastic apple boxes, 5/8" speed clips, iPhone apps, new gaff tape, and even something for you camera folk!
I was cleaning up my hard drive and found an interesting old picture that I made a while back, 2008 while back to be precise. I made this while I was still in awe at the number and variety of nicknames grip(and electric) equipment had. How many can you find?
While not set to replace the faithful Cardellini by any means, the MP-9 brings some pretty awesome tricks to the table. It's ability to expand as well as contract combined with its well padded and variously profiled jaws and versatile pin placement make it a must for any key grip's specialty drawer.