What is your greatest fear? You think I’m going to tell you that? You think I’m going to let you print my greatest fear in a national magazine? No sir. I will not, sir.I think Louis CK is right--if I were as famous as he is, I wouldn't necessarily want my answers in a national magazine-- but, at the same time, I've written pretty personal stuff on the internet. The other day, a friend asked me why/how I wrote about such personal things on this blog. So, here are my (un-funny, all true) answers to the Vanity Fair version of the Proust Questionnaire.
|Instagram of The Last Waltz in the afternoon.|
|Instagram of my baby brother and me.|
What do you consider the most overrated virtue?
Of the "Seven," chastity (for obvious reasons, its the 21st Century) and kindness. Because kindness is relatively easy to fake. Also kindness, for the most part, usually means boring.
|Instagram of my self-esteem.|
|Instagram after getting off the train in CT.|
What is your current state of mind?
I drank coffee all day and now I've had one beer.
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
I wouldn't have depression or anxiety.
If you could change one thing about your family, what would it be?
I wish that sickness, death and financial problems would bring them together instead of keeping them apart. I wish people could get over their petty bullshit.
|Instagram of my parents and me after I walked in May.|
A human being. Like myself, but richer and better at everything I like doing now.
What do you most value in your friends?
Friends have to be funny and interesting. Interesting here means at least as fucked up as me, so we can trade fucked up stories and not be too embarrassed. Also, good friends call me on my shit.
|Instagram of a little drawing by Joy Belamarich, of her and me.|
|Instagram of my newfound life as a LOTR fan.|
|Instagram of, just kidding, I have been self-obsessed since birth.|
(But, even then, no motto.)