Barry "Saskatchewan" Seymore Watson

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About Me

North Charleston, SC
United States
Member Since: May 4, 2008
Occupation: Medical Research
My Bio
Barry Watson has, of course, 46 chromosomes arranged in 23 pairs that were passed to him by his birth parents. He has relatively average height and is legally not blind. He has four appendages, all of which are in perfect working order, with five digits on each appendage, each of which are still totally attached. He has a full functional set of internal organs surrounding what may be considered a good skeletal structure. He has normal functioning intelligence and is able to comprehend and communicate with others who can speak his own language fluently. He has tendencies to laugh, but could sometimes cry and be angry whenever the situation presents itself. When approached by an adversary and taunted, he does not taunt back if the said adversary is larger than he is or is wielding a weapon, unless it happens to be a joke by which case, a taunt would be said back. When threatened with physical violence, Barry would often lose and would have to visit the Emergency ward of the hospital in order to receive treatment for injuries. Barry is fond of British actresses, the number 27 and has been noted to be obnoxiously self-assertive.
Why are you supporting The 1 Second Film project?
No reason apart from boredom and wanting to support the indie film industry.

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Comments

Mon, 05/05/2008 - 1:08pm

Hi Barry! Or whoever you are :) Thanks for the support and being part of this collaboration. We added you to the POTM pool, and look forward to working with you.

Sun, 12/07/2008 - 12:59pm

Hi Nirvan! Long time no see!

I've been sitting on the footage waiting for a reply of some sort, regarding help to write up a release form for the footage. Months have passed and I received no reply.

Therefore, I'll be sending the footage to you anyway, along with the copy of the release forms that were filled out.

Hopefully it will be enough for you and your editors to make some use of! It'll arrive some time this week!

Sun, 12/07/2008 - 10:11pm

Hey Barry, Thanks! I had no idea you were waiting on something from us. Thanks for getting in touch. Will keep an eye out for your footage.

Cheers,
nirvan

Fri, 01/02/2009 - 2:04pm

Hey Nirvan! I'm assuming that the footage had arrived by now (going by the "no news is good news" saying).

I'm also thinking of filming some more stuff this year once it warms up a bit.

Fri, 01/02/2009 - 5:04pm

hey barry! yes, the footage arrived, thank you! may want to wait til our new site is up to create more footage. the new site will hopefully make the submission process clearer.

wish you a happy new year!

Mon, 12/08/2008 - 8:50am

Oh no! I wasn't waiting for something from your end. I was waiting for something on my end, which never came through as it turned out.