Published Mar 01, 2001Who are you?
What are you up to?
Attending college. A lot of nothing else.
Hometown and current HQ:
Bradford Ontario with mommy and daddy.
Tony Hawk, Syphon Filter, Face to Face and At The Drive -In.
Mind altering work of art (not your own):
At The Drive-In - Relationship of Command.
Most memorable/inspirational gig and why?
The Dashboard Confessional.
Dillinger Escape Plan.
What should everyone shut up about?
Your greatest strength and weakness:
Strength - right forearm. Weakness - left forearm.
Your vital daily ritual:
Snappin' off before bed. It's become a chore.
Growing Pains. Roxette.
If I wasn't playing music I would be:
Getting something productive accomplished.
Your most memorable day job:
Grocery shopping for a grocery delivery company.
Best/worst advice received:
Best - just get some sleep.
Worst - just relax... you'll get over it.
I would drop everything to play a benefit for:
Ebonics, no. A number of things: racism, cancer, other illnesses, anything that needs positive support.
What makes you want to take it off and get it on?
White undergarments. Pants that fit nicely over shoes. Boobies, bum and a nice gap. Um, a real nice personality.
What personal trait would make you kick someone out of your band? And have you?
Rock stardom. No I haven't.
When I think of Canada I think:
How funny we must sound to everyone else, cause we aren't cool
but a lot of Canadians think we are. But we really do suck.
Music and sex: Is there a difference? Why?
They differ in that you can generally bring music and have it be accepted where ever you are, unfortunately sex isn't always viewed the same. In general though they relate in everything else. Such as cost, sweat, shivers, convenience, the hole in the middle of the CD. Another thing different is the smell.
Strangest brush with celebrity:
Won a hockey stick autographed by Don Cherry and got to put my arm around him and get a picture taken. Yeah I know he's not a celebrity but it was cool. I dont know, my friend was an extra in a movie and smoked up with Joey Jeremiah. This is just as cool.
What does your mom wish you were doing instead?
She loves me whatever I'm doing. My dad on the other hand would like it if I worked with anything that has a motor.