And now, it’s time to meet this week’s guest:
- That he once went over a waterfall in an inner tube.
- That he collects Rei Ayanami merchandise.
- That he once lost an entire day in a caffeine fueled fugue.
- He has seen the movie Ghostbusters 1, 283 times.
- That he is the Lord of the Dance.
All we know for sure is, he’s called
The Stig Adam Griffith.
(For best effect, imagine this being read by a middle aged British car enthusiast)
What is your role in Made of Fail Productions?
Currently, I’m a creative consultant/voice actor/researcher for the upcoming MoF original production Star Trek: Galilea, as well as a general purpose minion for Kevin and Dayna. I help get rid of the bodies, intimidate witnesses, make delicious peanut butter fudge… You know, standard production assistant stuff. I’ve also contributed my “expertise” on various matters as a guest on the podcast before all the cool kids started doing it. I’m also the slacker behind the chronically delayed Paint-Bit Theater and have contributed to Deconstructing Moya.
What fascinates you the most about your fandoms, or fandom as a whole?
Personally, the sheer volume and quality of fandom-inspired content never ceases to utterly amaze me. The fact that people are inspired by others and share the results with other fans makes me happy to be a part of these fandoms. The fact that someone can find inspiration in something, then write a story that inspires even more people is fascinating to me.
What is your proudest accomplishment or achievement?
Considering the fact that I am a hopeless slacker and underacheiver, my proudest moment was probably when I was one of about five students at my middle school to get a all expenses paid trip to space camp. I got chosen because I actually managed to get fairly good grades in my Science classes and showed an interest in outer space. My mom was blown away when she got told, as were the rest of my family.
The highlight of the trip was probably the time we accidently gave most of Russia free satellite TV when we messed up during a mock shuttle mission.
What do you do when you’re not online?
They still have a place that isn’t online? I thought they were closing that.
Joking aside, I usually just play video games or clean up around the house when I’m not goofing off on Twitter or reading a message board. I really need to look into getting one of those “social life” things I hear about.
What is your dream job?
God-Emperor of Mankind.
What is your greatest pet peeve?
Not being God-Emperor of Mankind.
Other than that, the fast food seafood place near my house never substitutes my coleslaw for extra fries, even though I make a point of telling them that every time I go there. That’s pretty frustrating.