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November 07, 2007

S'more Fair Game

Yesterday I interviewed Josh (brother of Johnathon Safron) Foer about memory, Robert Scotto about the musician Moondog, and my friend Michael Showalter. For all the fun, click here.

October 28, 2007

Heavy in the Streets Interview

This is an interview I did with Heavy in the Streets, which is just some guy. He wanted to interview every member of The State, and I think he's almost there. The only one I think he's missed so far is Marcus; wait - who the hell is Marcus?

Here it is, lovers.

I hope you enjoy.

October 24, 2007

This Just In

Here's an interview I did with a guy for some paper, in which he gets the name of my book wrong. For the record, it's going to be called "Michael Ian Black is a Celebrity (Very Famous)," and I expect it to be out summer '08, assuming I actually write it. The photo of me drinking the girly drink is likely to be the author's photo on the back.

You can read the interview <a href="http://www.collegenews.com/feature.php?newsid=2237">here.</a>


 

October 18, 2007

A Little Positive Press

If you'd like to read something nice about me, click here.

If you'd like to read something indifferent/bordering on hostile about me, click here.

October 09, 2007

Another Intervew

Here's another interview I recently did, this one with LAist, a cool website from the Gawker Media empire. I like those sites. Most of the interview, as the guy said, was about discussing Carrot Top. There's something wonderful to me about Carrot Top. It's as if the weirdest looking guy in the world asked himself, "How can I make myself look even weirder?" And then went out and did it. The world needs more people like that - people who don't rest on their laurels. It would have been very easy for Carrot Top to simply be a bizarre looking multi-millionaire prop comic. But he didn't stop there - he reached for the stars and ended up being a freakishly muscular transsexual multi-millionaire prop comic. To do that, you need discipline, perseverance, and the imagination to dream big.

I don't really remember what we talked about for the rest of the interview, but if you're so inclined, you can find it here.

And if you want to see the picture of Carrot Top we were discussing where you can just about see his carrot patch, you can find it here.