Tag: WGA

  • day eleven. this one’s for allison.

    I am so sorry to all of you who have written emails that haven’t seen a response yet. Thank you to all of you who have written words of support or offers to help in any way, and I promise I’ll have time to write back to all of you and post some of them […]

  • day ten.

    day ten.

    Some mornings, when I’m holding my sign and walking in a circle, I realize this is the second time I’ve lost my job because of the Internet. And if you count the giant day of the dot com bust where my 401K was smashed to pennies, I find that while I only have so much […]

  • radio archive: WGN/ The Nick Digilio Show

    Nick discusses the Writers Guild of America strike with television writers Jeffrey Stepakoff (Billion-Dollar Kiss book), Pamela Ribon (Samantha Who?), and Sara Hess (House). (11/10/07) (:28:04) [That weird pause over calling me pamie is because they cut the joke I made referring to earlier in the broadcast. I swear, I didn’t just go all silent […]

  • dear perez.

    This is more than I’ve ever thought about you in my entire life, but I figured out why I’m pissed off you stole from my site. See, I’m out of work right now. I’m on strike. You might have heard about it. Your website has ads. Ads that generate revenue every time someone goes to […]

  • Just Another Saturday Night

    Just Another Saturday Night

    Sara Hess would really like me to share this photo. It’s what I looked like seconds after I’d arrived at her apartment, after my multi-hour Guild meeting, before I had my first meal of the day, and not very long before our radio interview. I didn’t know she was taking the picture. But I do […]

  • chris alonzo saves the night.

    Man, I’m grumpy tonight, even though I think the radio interview went well (and THANK YOU to the Teamster who called in to shout “YOU GO!” and say they were behind us all the way.), and I spent a few hours at the Guild getting ready for next week’s picketing– (AMPTP! PLEASE COME BACK TO […]

  • Laura House is Awesome.

    Laura House writes about how much this strike starts to get personal once you’ve walked the line. [And yes, Laura, I hope we get to see each other off the picket line, too.]

  • geez.

    Hey, thanks for nothing, Perez. It really would have been nice for you to post a few words about the Writers Strike or even a link to WGA.org while you were busy ganking material for your website. At least then I wouldn’t be so at a loss for words. I don’t get to work these […]

  • thank you, micah.

    I got a phone call last night from a five-year old. Micah Rose had this to say: “Pam? I just wanted to tell you that I’m proud of you for doing the strike, even though I know you don’t want to.” If the kids get it, certainly the AMPTP can, right?