It's the first issue of Watchmen, essentially.
Gaze upon the horror of Scans Daily.
Needless to say, the entire interview is worth reading, especially for Onstad's unique speaking rhythms (which make Achewood so much fun.)
Chris Onstad: When you are on top of the world, at first you wake up not knowing that. Then you go to your computer, and there is an e-mail from someone with a time.com e-mail suffix, and the e-mail wants to become a phone call. It is uncommon for an e-mail to ask to become a phone call, so you agree, and then the call happens pretty quickly after that. It’s a girl named Julie from Thanking & Congratulations, and she does what you might expect. She makes you feel as though you are sitting Indian-style on top of the world, much like the Little Prince, and in my case I had the distinct feeling that I could have taken her to a trendy vodka bar in Alphabet City and talked playfully and open-endedly about bras for a while. Maybe that’s what they wanted me to feel. Maybe I was played to a T.
But, are you happy?
Onstad: No. That is not a thing I reserve for books or communications or interior progress or myself. Happy is, as defined by my men’s therapist, a mountain bike ride to a place near Mount Santa Cruz, and it takes place around 4:15 in the morning, and when we get to the top he has this ultra-light tripod and he takes a picture of our group. It’s scheduled for next weekend.
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