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Matt Leinart’s L.A. duplex looks more like a Chuck E. Cheese safe house than a millionaire jock‘s crash pad. There’s the requisite leather couch and flat-screen television, but the rest of the ground floor is bare except for a pile of Nick Jr. DVDs, a high chair, and a SpongeBob SquarePants director‘s chair.
Once I graduated college, I did a couple of different sort of unique internship positions, if you will. I spent three months in my mother‘s office, who was then the CEO of our company, and I really got to just sit in every meeting that she had, and I would write down questions on a yellow legal pad.
For years and hundreds of thousands of miles, I drove with one knee, with the eight-track and the light dome on in the car, and a yellow pad, just writing down random ideas. I had notebooks and notebooks. The next morning, I’d go, ‘Whoa, what was I thinking?’ But there’d be one or two ideas that weren’t that bad.
I am the son of a hand-loom weaver. I have a connection with yarn. I thought, ‘Why not try to make an affordable sanitary pad for my wife?’
Writing with kids is an adventure. It seems like someone always has the flu or pink-eye. I mean, you don’t even have to be in direct contact with anyone to get pink-eye. But for parents who write, flexibility becomes essential, and as long as I have a pad of paper and a pen, I can write anywhere. Starbucks is fine.
That’s what I love about writing is you don’t need anyone’s permission to do it. You can just get up in the morning, grab a pad and pen and start writing.
I started keeping a diary in third grade and, in solidarity with Anne Frank, gave it a name and made it my confidante. To this day, I feel comforted and relieved of loneliness, no matter how foreign my surroundings, if I have a pad and a pen with which to record my experiences.
A pen is different from the pad, the key, moving your fingers across a screen. I like both. I like to work on sketchbooks, big old white sketch paper. I like how that feels, and I like to put different media on it. Then there’s the phone, smartphone, iPad: It’s the new page, and it’s not the same page anymore.
What I think happens, and that you have to acknowledge though, is that a director uses a book as a launching pad for his own work and that’s always very flattering.
I don’t want retired schoolteachers or any other good Americans to be duped by fraudulent organizations into giving money, thinking it is going to go to disabled vets, when in fact it’s not at all. It’s going in to pad the pockets of some scam artists. I want to stop this stuff.
But really, anytime, I play on a practice pad as much as I can.
It’s our hope MySpace Comedy will serve as a launch pad for up-and-coming comedians and as an attraction for the biggest names in the industry.
It seems that for many the cure to acne is at the end of their fork, not in a prescription pad.
But with writing, all you need is a pad of paper.