That is what this book is for me. It’s a silly story about a man who accidentally makes a movie, but along the way he, and hopefully I in writing it, will break, edit, delete and rewrite the articles above into something simpler, something elegant.
Perhaps he was protecting his image and social stature as a person who does not regularly need to poop in vulnerable public spaces- if at all.
My take on the Hell that is the 405, and the unique morality journey taken with Ryan Seacrest as your radio companion.
Drawful the Awful is out, I’ve started a new job, and what that all means as a turning of a new chapter to me.
A story from college on how a literal piece of poo caused me to realize that I’m an optimist.
On Portlandia and its incredible skewering of “performative liberalism” in America.
On the intimacy of the bathroom, and the effective use of poo in comedy, not for everyone.
Excerpts of some of the best life lessons I’ve gotten from stand up comedians, including decades old warnings on toxic masculinity and gun violence.
Meditations on the zen of dog walking- living in and for the moment.
My visit to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, and how looking at the objective science of natural history helped me stare down my own personal history.