What does that mean? It means that EVERYTHING you do and say on the internet will eventually be found, for better or for worse.
Case in point:
Recently, my daughter and I participated as “extra’s” for a movie called Last Ounce of Courage. It’s the story of a small town mayor who fights the commercialization of Christmas. My daughter is a pro on movies sets, having been an extra in a number of movies over the years. She was very impressed by the friendly nature of the director, producers, and staff. She even got to meet an actress she really likes named Jenna Boyd. Overall, it was a very interesting experience, and we’re excited for the movie to come out at the end of the year to see if we got any “screen time”.
One person I don’t remember meeting was Steve Deaver, who is listed as the Unit Production Manager on IMDB.
Today on Mr. Deaver’s blog, he stated “the movie is going to suck big time”. Here is a screen shot from the post…
Even if he believes it’s true, I can’t believe someone being paid for a job would diss their client like that.
I don’t know exactly how the business hierarchy of a movie production works, but if I was the person in charge, I’d be calling this guy on the carpet.
Possibly, this guy never expected anyone connected with the movie to see this statement.
The problem is, he forgot that the internet never forgets.
Now, don’t YOU forget…