I’m sure most of you have heard the story of the man who, desperately ill, goes to an analyst and tells the doctor that he has lost his desire to live and that he is seriously considering suicide.
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About a month ago I started watching World’s Greatest Dad with Robin Williams, but I stopped in the middle because the story was so cringe-inducing.
So tonight I watched the rest of the movie. Near the end, Robin has a great line.
I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is ending up with people who make you feel all alone.”
Today I received this email request:
I’m participating in a worldwide scavenger hunt this week called GISHWHES which is an annual International scanvenger hunt, hosted by actor Misha Collins. The hunt supports Random Acts, a group that encourages people of all ages to perform their own acts of kindness wherever, and whenever, possible.
The one challenge I’m asking you is a short video:
No. Robin, no. Your great body of work will seem sadder now. That was my first thought.
My second thought was of handing you a “Ross Perot for President” coffee mug. “Ah” you said, “The first Ferengi to ever run for president.”
And I saw myself lying on the floor listening to A Night at the Met—the final bits about your son, which ended so poignantly and perfectly. At the time I was estranged…
A friend of mine recently asked me to post this music video. It was made in 2004—on a budget of only $1000 on standard definition video—for the band Waverly. I make an appearance in it as the love interest of the bearded lady.
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Today, the new song “Master of The Mating Dance (feat. Caroline Lund)” is available wherever music is sold, including iTunes.
Maybe it’s because making music is new to me, but I find this part of the process…
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