Caleb Baker, Director of Business Development
Sometime in 2000
Q: Why do you live in Los Angeles?
A: Good question.
Q: Are you going to answer it?
Q: Have you ever spent the day in a Turkish police station being questioned about being in an auto accident without an International Driver’s license or any form of ID?
Q: What was that like?
A: More interesting than this interrogation.
Q: Why are you being a jerk?
A: Will you restate the question?
A: And I’m the one being difficult?
Q: How many jobs have you had?
Q: Do you consume carbohydrates?
A: No, not right now.
Q: Why not?
A: Because not eating those things will make ya skinny, and I want to
be a hunk. My wife likes that.
Q: Why did you go to Bible College?
A: To study the Bible.
Q: Are you really a Reverend.
A: That wasn’t a question. It ended in a period.
Q: If you are a pastor, then why would you want to associate yourselfwith a group of people who seem to be so determined to be offensive?
A: Let’s see… I love music, I like to write, and said group of people are very funny. But back to my theological defense: I don’t think I’m Jesus or anything, but the man didn’t flinch when the self-righteous religious leaders of his day got pissed off because he hung out with tax-collectors and prostitutes, and Matt IS kind of like a tax-collector now that I think about it… Finally, I like to contribute now and then because the Senior Editor is my nephew. If you’re still concerned about my well-being, please visit my website: www.hellno?heavenyes!.com
Q: You can’t force your religion on me!!!
A: Ya think?
Q: I have to go now.
A: Me too.