English Transcript: It’s difficult to express the way life happens now. Hello everyone, and welcome to an unfortunate edition of Me Talking. A lot has happened over the last few days, and it’s taken a lot to gather my thoughts on the recent events in Paris and the recent events that have effected myself and my family, and the majority of this post will be about what atrocities transpired that can’t and will not be forgotten. I apologize to anyone effected by this tragedy, but that is all I can really say. I have lost friends and family to violence, but I cannot say I have ever lost someone when they did nothing to earn their eternal punishment. Those who died in Paris were people like you and me. They were soccer fans, music enthusiasts, daughters, sons, fathers, and mothers just trying to enjoy life for what it really was, and to have a group of people come in and rip those small spots of “happiness” from them is something that cannot be expressed nor fixed through advice or poetry or a written letter of condolences. All I can do, not just as a writer or artist, but as a friend to several of the French descent, is tell you all that there will come a day where this threat will pass. The French people have always opened their arms to those in need of a physical and cultural home, but the threat of terrorism has shaken the very foundation to which the French people view other cultures and ways of life. I don’t apologize much for I feel all I do is done through a lack of impulsiveness, but believe me when I say I’m sorry for all that’s happened, and I offer my condolences. With all that being said, I will have to postpone the sneak preview of “PEREZ: THE FILM” until December 5th, due to personal reasons. I apologize for the delay, but I know all of you reading this will understand the reason why I’ve decided to make this decision. To be frank, too much shit has happened and I need a moment to think, and I believe at a time like this, some good thought for once is just what the world needs. Thank you.