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The documentary filmmaker had been wrestling with the pitfalls of his trade for most of his career and he was no closer to a solution. The observer affects the observed. A claustrophobic contradiction. Inescapable. Fate. Heisenberg’s Principle writ large living and breathing and dancing before his lens.
But is it really living? Or just an approximation? What you want me to see?
Capturing reality, a real reality, he thought, is like trying to draw up a graph for love, a calculation for passion. The human drama is not a bunch of pixels. It’s something deeper, more meaningful.
“It’s all metaphysical mockery,” he muttered with a huff.
Determined, he turned toward his mirror. He unbuckled his trousers and let them fall to his ankles. He spat in to his palm, took firm hold of his member and began to furiously stroke. This goddamned dilemma has tripped him up again and again.
“But not this time,” he thought, while working up an enviable boner. “Tonight’s session is going to be real boss. Real boss.”

Date Written: December 30, 2003
Author: scoop
Average Vote: 3.5

01/2/2004 anonymous (1):
01/2/2004 Mr. Pony (5): Scoop is back! Incisive socio-political commentary lovingly wedded to stuff about people fiddling with their bits! Yay!
01/3/2004 Will Disney (3): you know - i liked this one but i wasn't crazy about the last few lines. Real boss? I dunno - doesn't do it for me.
01/5/2004 Jon Matza: Nothing specific, but I'd like to make public my enjoyment of the recent surge of Scoop shorts & opine that they contain more interest & a higher level of discourse than the work of many who possess more prestigious titles and rankings...
01/7/2004 Dylan Danko (5): Disney, how can you knock "real boss?"
01/7/2004 Will Disney: i dunno - i just wasn't crazy about it. i'm sorry!
03/25/2004 anonymous (1): Too easy a target. Doc filmmakers; masturbation.