I really try to put myself in uncomfortable situations. Complacency is my enemy.
I really try to say things as they basically are and it so happens that it is a good message that things are getting better, but there are still problems.
I really try to spend as little time as possible on grooming. I think if you have a good moisturizer and a solid razor to clean up the beard, you're golden.
I really try to take a step back from the soccer world and going a thousand miles an hour every day. I like to do some sort of either meditation or mental visualization or breathing exercises -- something to calm my mind down because a lot of times, it's just going faster than it should.
I really try to wake up with my music the same as I do with my life, and that is with no expectations. I just feel what I feel that day and follow it.
I really try to write as an ordinary person would, not as someone who's too sophisticated about food, or too knowledgeable about things.
I really try, at least consciously, not to be cynical or ironic.
I really turned into, you know, the real street kid. I was kind of like a runaway, but I had a mother, you know what I mean, and I had a place to stay.
I really understand what that process is all about and how important it is, especially with young folk and creative folk that love looking for some platform that makes it easier for them to express themselves.
I really understand where Alice is coming from -- I've been in exactly the same place coming from a small town and knowing that I need to do other things, that I have to leave.
I really understood a lot more about comedy after listening to Bill Hicks, who died at 32 years old. He's probably the best comedian who ever lived. Although you can't say that because of Carlin, Cosby and Pryor.
I really understood what was happening in Cannes. I was in a restaurant during a break and when I came out 2 hours later, 500 people were waiting for me at the exit. It was total chaos. They literally had to carry me to the car.
I really unfortunately don't have tons of hilarious Sundance stories, because really I am not the biggest fan of hanging out, but the reason why is because I never go see other people's movies and I think that's the way to do it.
I really used to like TVMaxwell, which is a classic, amazing, super-underrated comedy channel. And Cyndago was great.
I really utilize all of my social networking sites.
I really value distinctive movies, movies that feel that they came from a person that was really something that they had conceived and they made and is a reflection of who they are.
I really value my days down there in ECW in Philly.
I really value people besides parents who nurture kids.
I really value unforgettable moments. Things you can tell people about. We have too few of them in our lives, and it is all too seldom that we can create one such moment for a stranger.