Friday, February 28, 2014

By the Numbers

MY NEW LIFE BY THE NUMBERS.
I'm old and I have young chldren, a deadly combo

My Life Is Different

Times I was hit on when I wore a wedding ring: 0
Times I’ve been hit on since I lost my wedding ring: 0
REAL WORLD seasons I watched: 13
REAL WORLD seasons I’ve watched since LAS VEGAS: 0
Episodes I've watched this year of American Idol, Survivor, Bachelor, and the Voice: 0
Number phone for personal phone calls in a day: 2
Number of times on personal phone calls other than my wife: 0
Number of times a month awake until 2:00 am: 0
Number of times a week waking up after 2:00am: 5
Number of new albums I buy every year: 1 (Last, Arctic Monkeys)
Number of years in a row I’ve had to skip my birthday hike:  3, maybe 4
Pairs of shoes + pairs of blue jeans: 2
Times a year I take my wife on a date: 8
Times we see a movie: 2
Best picture nominees seen: 1 GRAVITY
Number of rock concerts seen a year:1 (Last: Deborah Harry & Devo)
Number of morning I bring the girls to school each week: 4
Hours I spend daily with my Galaxy Nexus Phone: A RIDICULOUS amount of time.
Last acting credit: 1999
Number of cats as an adult: 3
Number of cats still living : 0
Number of fantasy baseball leagues: 1
Number of years playing fantasy baseball:25 years
Number of nights a week putting the girls to bed: as many as I can.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

I just had an idea about ideas.



Since no one reads this blog, I thought of the perfect idea:  I'll use it to launch other ideas that are going nowhere.

Here's my latest:  As some of you may or may not know, I have the eating habits of the average 8 year old.  Maybe younger.  I have never eaten tomato.   Or sweet potato.  Or tuna fish.  Or about 300 other foods.  I think if I would eat them I would die.  At the very least, throw up violently.

So my idea is this:  a documentary on getting me to eat like a grown-up.  Kirby (if she's interested) would be perfect to make the food items as palatable as they could be.  I've never been forced to try these foods and I wonder what would happen if I HAD to.  Because the chance to watch someone possibly die is a selling point or there wouldn't be any Cirque de soleil.

Money?  I don't know, kickstarter?  Hell, how am I supposed to know about making movies I can't even feed myself.