MJ: I remember staging my own plays in my living room for the benefit and general concern of my parents.
MJ: I would take two advil with a glass of water, then try and do as much as I could to help my family, friends, and fellow man in what remains of my life concentrate.
MJ: I would like to pursue the study and practice of music. Music has many of the same benefits that I enjoy from filmmaking. Most importantly, is both of their abilities to impact life or at the very least, explain it.
MJ: My first word was "Bite". Apparently, I would go around the house, anytime anyone had any food, and walk right up to them and say "Biiiiiiiiiite" like a common beggar child. However, I stopped doing that weeks ago.
MJ: I would destroy it. Paradoxes are no laughing matter. It's all fun and games until someone get's their existence poked out.
MJ: I would like to have the power of Invisibility, but I would rather not say why.
MJ: Ha thats cute. I just think we're close on this one, (invisibility) as far as technology goes, and would rather not give up my plan so close to the game.
MJ: Well I am not really a big fan of Mixed Martial Arts type stuff, so I am no expert, but I guess the sheer body mass of the grizzly would be more than enough to make any lion feel cowardly.
MJ: I do believe life is possible and even plausible on other planets. My mind races with the same questions as everyone else when it comes to aliens. Are they going to be as cool as us? Will they understand the plot to "Dirty Dancing"? Can we make them pay taxes?
MJ: Well, I hardly think Patrick Swayze films are political but okay, let's move on...
MJ: Best place to vacation ever is my one man camping trip. I like to get it away from it all and make like Robinson Crusoe, or that Fed-Ex chap Tommy Hanks played. The purpose is plain. Set a writing goal, and go out there and achieve it. I usually go for a week at a time. I mix up the comforts on each trip but I always take plenty of pens and paper because everyone knows Grizzlies are attracted to the smell of laptops. I also bring my battery-operated, "Sleepy Sounds of Crickets" machine, in case the local insects can't be bothered to make sure I get a decent night's sleep. Sometimes, the live crickets actually harmonize with the recorded crickets which sounds kind of like a chirpy Eagles concert.
MJ: "Look it up". That's what my Mom told me every time I asked her what a word meant or how it was spelled. Sure, I cursed her for her snippy yet scholarly sanctions, but one day that good habit turned into a spelling bee and from there, well just the one spelling bee. But seriously, I never stopped "Looking It Up". It served me well in the dictionary days, but has given me untold power in the days of Wikipedia.