What I've realized over the years is that I have some pretty good friends.
It seems like the chaos of this world is accelerating, but so is the beauty in the consciousness of more and more people.
I don't even know what words to use to talk about the music industry anymore. But the business has changed a lot - the methods of releasing music.
I never really thought in terms of the concept of being a rock star - being around people like that just seemed like normal day-in-the-life stuff to me. Those were just the surroundings I grew up in.
I was a little self-centered gutter punk in the early 1980s and all I wanted to do was diss everybody.
I inherited my father's insatiable desire to meet all the beautiful girls in the world.
I find it hard to meet the right woman as people assume I'm a certain type of person - which I'm not.
Personally, I am stuck with one foot in the past and one foot in the present.
We've just learned how to balance ourselves a little better so that we're happier way more of the time than not, and, you know, being happy is a radical and desirable act if you ask me.
I like the idea of defying the convention of what it is to be in your 40s, or 50s, or 60s.
Sometimes life's so much cooler when you just don't know any better and all the painful lessons have not hammered your head open yet.
The fact my relationship with my son is so good makes me forgiving of my father and also appreciative.
My days are whatever I want them to be.
I'm probably not long-term-relationship material for now.
Also, we're all actually different blood types and we have one represented by each guy in the band.
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