If you love to play, you will want to play with me. I truly believe that life is about having fun enjoying every day to the fullest. That isn't to say I don't take things seriously, it's just that life is not a dress rehearsal, this is it, so it better be good. Probably the number one passion in my life is my work.
I feel so lucky to get up everyday, and look forward to "work". I'm an artist whose medium is the human body. Every day I help people feel better about themselves. I love to travel, and have been just about everywhere. I am extremely loyal to my friends, but don't waste time on people who are not real, good human beings. I love going out to dinner and clubs, but chillin in the sun by the pool, reading a book, or watching a DVD with take-out is cool too.
Just a regular guy, huh, with a cool, easy-going approach to life. What a sweet, saintly guy. He's so misunderstood!
Then again, if he cares about making people feel better about themselves, why is he being such a jerk? C’mon. He’s pushing his life-style choices down the throats of his neighbors, with the crowds, and the music, and the litter, the helicopter landings (pictured above) and everything else. Then, when his neighbors complain, he talks about how he’s just a free-spirited, free love kind a guy that no one among his straight-laced, middle-aged matronly neighbors understands. And then he chooses to spend $600,000 of his own money, clogging our court system, and wasting people’s time, with his self-indulgent effort to defend his right to be ostentatious and obnoxious.
You know, I agree that what he does on the privacy of his own property is no one else’s concern—as long as it’s not illegal or harmful to others. If he wants to have three-ways, or four-ways, of eight-ways, or he wants to indulge in “water sports”—and not necessarily the kind you enjoy in a swimming pool—or go at it with other consenting adults in his private, sound-proof sex lair—that’s great. Free love, baby. (I do hope, though, that he and his guests are using condoms and getting regular checks for STDs.)
I mean, just keep it within the walls of your 13-acre estate. So, your neighbors don’t have to listen to it while they are trying to sleep, or don’t have to clean up after the debris (don't want to imagine what that could involve) your guests leave. And the rest of us can know that our taxpayer dollars aren’t going to pay for your private snitfit in court.