Anonymous asked: Post this for random size.. (if you would fit in it) WHY would someone be jealous of you? You have no home, no money, nothing. Not everything that glitters is gold. You may have an excitement of moment going on, but nothing else. Your attitude and demeanor speak for itself. You want to appear this fake image. After all, I suppose that is what Hollywood is for, but clearly, you aren't Hollywood.. so wrap it up.
So… you’re concerned that I’m taking a risk? And you said people DON’T care! <3 (But let’s be clear, I have no intention of continuing a dialogue with some anonymous asshole.)
I’m taking a giant risk and everything could end in giant, flaming wreckage. So what? If it fails I’ll end up back at my mom’s house, a little deeper in debt. If it succeeds I’ll be doing something I love for a living.
As for your psychoanalysis … what I’m getting is a sense of projection of your own fundamental fears and values. Which is fine, we all have standards we use to judge people. The danger comes when you attack people for the way they differ. Everyone’s entitled to their differences, and you’re even entitled to be snotty and belligerent about it. At the end of the day though, it’s not YOUR problem. You can block me on Twitter, you can avoid me in reality, and you can live out your life without sparing me another thought. Because I’m fine, and if I’m ever not fine I’m surrounded by an amazing crew who are working as hard as I am to help me get somewhere because they know I’m good. And I’m helping them in every way I can.
This isn’t an industry that rewards being a shitty, deconstructive asshole like you’re choosing to be, and that’s why it’s so incomprehensible to you.
Thanks for your concern :)
Anonymous asked: Dude, no one cares or thinks you are funny. You are simply a fake, phony person who has the lamest material going on. Stop thinking you are the shit bomb. You aren't. No body likes a loser like you.
Enough people find me funny that I can make a living at it.
Now think about the kind of person you are, taking time out of your day to attack a person “no one cares” about. Anonymously. On the internet. I appreciate how much you care to express something that most people would just think in silence while they ignored me and moved on with their lives.
In preparing materials for my visa application I’m supposed to include things I’ve done that “legitimize” my presence in the entertainment industry. And I figure, why waste this just on a visa application when I can get the word out about me? So here you go.
Here’s me on Conan as Super Pumpkin Man.
Here’s me doing stand-up comedy at the Lyric Hyperion Theater.
Here’s me on the Hey Teens Podcast with Jon Wiener & Eric Gosselin.
(Same as above, but on iTunes).
Here’s me accidentally on The Nerdist’s Stand-Up Cluster.
Anonymous asked: is any of your standup on YouTube?
You can scroll back and see the link I’ve posted a couple times.
Or I can not be a dick and just post it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lC61S_unlw
Anonymous asked: who have you met/follow on twitter that you find inspiring and why?
Everyone on Twitter inspires me. People I meet in real life from Twitter are uniformly great.
Anonymous asked: whats your job right now/what job do you hope to have in the future?
I don’t have a job because I legally can’t work in America yet. I want to be I involved in TV writing & production. In fact, with the visa I’m getting I’m only going to be able to work writing jobs.
If anyone can give me a writing or writing assistant job please contact me. I’m good.
fuckyeahnihon asked: What's your favorite place to do work/write in LA?
I don’t know. I got the most writing done when I was checked into a Holiday Inn. LA has coffee shops but they’re all full of people writing and it weirds me out.
I miss the Matrix location of Starbucks because that one bench was perfect and I did good work there for years.
We’re good on emo bullshit, Tumblr.
Anonymous asked: were you abused by your dad?
Anonymous asked: have you found someone you like in LA?
Sometimes I think so. I wish things were easier to figure out.