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According to Los Angeles Magazine, I’m the 21st Funniest Person in Los Angeles. And I’m sure you know that if you read something in a magazine, it’s absolutely true.
Johnny Knoxville was number 20, so he’s one funnier. I tend to think that’s because I never attached alligator clamps to my nipples. But I certainly would if it were tasteful and important to the plot.
I started voicing cartoons at the age of 11, and have been working in animation ever since. I’ve worked on movies like Ants, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Toy Story 2 and Monsters University. I couldn’t even tell you how many TV shows I’ve done at this point, primarily because I’m drunk.
I’ve been writing for many years, both in advertising and entertainment. I was a staff writer on Roseanne, and as a copywriter and producer, I’ve won every major advertising award in the world, which means absolutely nothing.
BANNED FOR LIFE
In 2007, I was banned for life from KABC radio for telling an unflattering story about Bill O’Reilly. I call it, Croissantgate.
I started this web site in 2000, as a way to help promote my radio show on KFI. Then I got fired.
To my surprise, the site kept getting more popular. Not having an actual job, I kept adding to it, hoping to build a Valhalla of mediocrity. I succeeded.
Now it’s a veritable motherlode of marginal entertainment. There are hundreds of hours of archived radio shows from KFI to KABC to KTLK.
And if that’s not enough, and it never is with you people, this site boasts one of the most hellish collections of bad music on the internet.
It’s true. Just one little click on the MP3 Library will start a mind-numbing descent into madness, and there is no getting back. No way. Not after you’ve heard an Icelandic Nirvana cover, or Johnny Cash singing in German.
And there are other oddities as well; outtakes, meltdowns and just so many bad decisions one hardly knows where to start.
So you might as well get started.