I recently ran across a song I wrote when I found out we would be having twins. It’s an incredibly cheesy poem, wherein I fantasize about all the fun adventures I’ll be having with the twins: running around and rough-housing, the projects we’d work on together, the conversation’s we’d have… the fun experiences I’d introduce them to.
With a fairly steady flow of voice-over requests, I’ve been able to take part in some very unique projects. One of my all-time favorites involves this hack of a classic Fisher Price Talking Chatter Telephone.
The creators of Super Sikh, an action thriller comic about a secret agent named Deep Singh, hired me to narrate their video on Kickstarter a while back. They not only achieved their Kickstarter goal of $5,000, but more than quadrupled it! If you enjoy comics with unique, but realistic, characters, you might want to check it out!
Last year, a developer from Clapfoot Games asked me to do some voice-over work for a game they were working on. That game has now been released for Steam and X-Box, and I’ve been told my name appears somewhere in the credits. If you listen carefully, you might even hear my voice in the trailer.
A few months ago, Fiverr® reached out to me to ask me a few interview questions and provide some photos. They finally posted that interview today!
As a Christian Libertarian, a question that often gets asked is why I would prefer capitalism (the system of greed) over socialism (the system of giving nice things to everybody). At face value, that question makes sense. It sounds like a direct contradiction to my Christian principles.
Do you consider yourself to be a bonafide pro-choice individual? Use this handy flow-chart to find out!
Like the perpetual drunkard, at SOME point, we’ll have to realize that you can only escape reality for so long before it catches up to you.
The fact is, there are few things more inspiring and exciting to me than getting together with other creative people and learning from each other or developing ideas together.
There comes a time with any group, when you have to learn and change to fit into societal norms, or else be abandoned by sticking to tradition. I feel 2015 is one of those times for christians.
You’ve probably heard someone say it before. In a discussion forum or a debate, or twitter, or really anywhere in the world where vitriolic hate can be expressed with minimal repercussions (AKA the internet):
“Religious Indoctrination is Child Abuse”