Hey, Rob! How are you? What was the last thing you ate and what would you rate it out of ten?
The last thing that I ate was a lightly toasted garlic bread with a rosemary vinaigrette dip. It was marvellous I would give it a full 10/10 because it had garlic, which keeps the vampires away.
What’s your favourite movie?
For me it is Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, which featured a very under appreciated performance by Jim Carrey
What drew you to CV?
Well, I saw an advertisement online that Cultured Vultures was looking for writers to write about wrestling. Suddenly, a lightbulb appeared above my head as I thought, “hmmm, I love wrestling. I also used to write lots back in high school, so why not combine those two things and give this a try?”
I then applied for an opportunity in hopes to get it. To my surprise, I was contacted back quickly and accepted. Since then my love for Cultured Vultures has grown substantially. I have gotten to know all the great writers, editors, and readers of Cultured Vultures. That coupled with the great integrity that Cultured Vultures shows has made me feel not only part of a team, but like I have found a new family as well.
Where else can we find you?
Well I can be found in the middle of the Great White North in Saskatoon, SK Canada that is if you ever dare come to our frozen tundra to meet me in person. Outside of that I can be found online through Facebook Facebook and Twitter.
I tend to do a lot with my Twitter account and so that is where you can catch me doing audio reviews of shows both indie and large scale of course.
Who would win in a fight: a kangaroo with one punching hand or a crocodile missing half of its teeth?
I am going to have to go with the crocodile on this one. Despite his lack of teeth, I would imagine the crocodile would use his wit and jaw strength to grab a the kangaroo by the legs and drag his ass in the water where he would have that kangaroo begging for his life.