I believe that God plays this enormous role in my life. And I believe that it's my obligation to give back and to follow the rules that were set. And it also gives me an enormous sense of my own place.
Once I decide to take on a role it's because I find that guy to be really interesting to watch and very compelling to play. And from that point on I can no longer judge him. I can only take on his point of view in order to play him effectively. And his point of view is often not mine.
I am placed in situations with opportunities in those situations that others are not. I don't believe that that is happenstance. I believe that there is a God that has a plan for me.
But we're not God. We're humans, and at the end of the day we have to march to the beat of a certain kind of drum. And if you step outside too far into thinking you're some sort of deity that can transcend law and order, then you've crossed a line.
You can only be a control freak when you have weak people around you.
The reality is that I surround myself with very smart, very strong people - including my ex-wives.
Music plays a very important role in my life. I'm a frustrated musician. I play the drums.
I think that people will always want music; I think that the form that they will get it in, or distributed to them from, and the price they pay for it is what's up in question.
Any time there's a lot of pressure, it's life and death, you go toward this very dark kind of humor. Soldiers do it. Cops do it.
I was always fascinated by the decision-making process and the managerial process and just business in general.
I was the night foreman of a galvanizing factory, which is hot and smelly and dirty and miserable.
If someone comes into your house and does fked-up things to your kids and your wife, you're going to be capable of things you never imagined. Because it's in there. It might be lying dormant, but it's there.
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