As If I Didn't Have Enough To Do - Now I Have To Compare Myself To Picasso
Between writing my stupid television show, writing my stupid blog, and raising my stupid family, now I've got another chore: contributing yet more words to yet another blog. Yes, the official "Michael & Michael Have Issues" blog is now up and active. There's not much up there yet, but we wanted to give fans a behind the scenes view of our show months before the actual premiere in July. It's like a band giving loyal listeners hidden tracks or something. Or like a chef who takes the leftovers out of the trash and makes something delicious. I don't know what it's like, but that's what we're doing. So like I said, that's yet another thing to do during my day. Honestly where I find the time to also do Twitter and watch the BBC show MI-5 on Netflix is beyond me. This is where having a really good meth connection would be so great: the less sleep I require, the more hilarity I could create. That's how Picasso did it. Not so much with the creating hilarity part, although Guernica, when viewed at a certain angle is pretty funny - and not so much with the meth part because I don't think they had meth when Picasso was around - and I don't know how much sleep he required - so the comparison might not be as apt as I first thought. My main point was really just to compare myself favorably to Picasso, whether it was an accurate comparison or not. Because he was a stud. So yeah, I'm mildly exhausted and a little bit upset because after swearing to not finish the bag of pretzel sticks I went ahead and finished the bag of pretzel sticks. Something Picasso never would have done. At least not without painting them first.