You may or may not be aware that about a year and a half ago I reinvented myself. I didn’t really set out to reinvent myself, it just happened. Here’s how it began: Long ago, when I was a confused and meandering art student at UC Santa Cruz, there was one teacher whose opinions and
I’ve been working in a weird realm of show business lately, very new to me: the world of video games… Actually, even “video game” seems like an archaic, last century way of talking about it, because the “video” part of it is so unimportant. It’s all about the GAME. Basically, when I get hired to
With the recent passing of actor Tom Bosley, my mind has been flooded with memories from the times in my life that were dominated by the sitcom Happy Days. The show quite literally changed my life and that of my family–my mom, actress Marion Ross, played her most defining TV role for the eleven years
If you happen to know the next couple of utterances that follow that repetitive call, then you may not know it, but I had a big effect on your childhood. It’s generally not well known that in the 1980’s, when I lived in New York, I had a job at Rankin/Bass productions. (Yes, the same
I was thinking a little about humor and creating laughter and so forth, and had some new thoughts about it that might possibly be of interest. So much of good comedy has to do with expectancy, and then an artful switching out of what is expected with that which is not. “Misdirection” is another word
Today marks my 51st birthday, or the end of my yearlong excursion into “Area 51”. I find I have a lot to admire and be thankful for. First of all, being alive and still a part of this incredible experience called living. I enjoy life very much, even when it is more or less insufferable.
What do I like about my religion? It isn’t necessarily what others might think I should or shouldn’t like about it, or what any other Scientologist likes about it. It may or may not be the kind of thing that others might also like about their faith. It’s certainly not what the media will tell
I love painting. It’s a very absorbing activity. I was trained in Spain and in Northern California many years ago by a spanish master named Miguel Arguello, who changed my life by teaching me this, and other very useful things. I studied intensively with him for about three years when I was at the University