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But so far, no. I'm not on Twitter or Instagram or anything, partly because I can be a little compulsive about my phone and that would just be another thing to suck me into it, and also because I'm scared of the faceless horde of internet remarkers.
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Is that something that is just a general practice, or does it have anything to do with being on Silicon Valley? No, it's just general. When I spend a lot of time online it makes me feel lonely.
But I created a fake account for him, so every once in awhile, I read all of the comments, like, "God, he's tall. He'll read me those things. And then I'll just go sort of wander into the ocean. This is going to be a dumb question, probably, but did you actually create a fake Twitter for him?
I was totally joking. But you're pretty active on Twitter. I tweet about things that I have upcoming, like live shows or things like that. I tend to use it for attendance purposes. I read a lot of the Twitter comments.
Or I try to. But I feel like I had a couple weird interactions with fans via Twitter, and then I just kind of decided that it was a little bit too invasive.
It gave people too close a connection. I was made a little uncomfortable by some things that happened on Twitter. And it seems like the same interaction, you could have in person, and it would be totally nice. If it happened online it could feel [threatening]- because you can't look in the person's eyes. Maybe it is contextual. I don't know the way. In what spirit it is intended.
Often things happen or are said on Twitter that leave me feeling uncomfortable. Because no one would say that in person. Or if they did, they would probably find themselves in a lot of physical altercations.
Maybe I'm leaving out the good. I'm sure there is a lot to be gained from that as a social interactive platform. I don't want to sound like I'm condemning social media for other people. I think there's lots of good stuff that comes from it.
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Well, I mean, you guy are celebrities, so it is a little bit different, obviously. That's a very liberal definition of celebrity. I'm really fortunate to be able to make more money than I deserve for what I do.
Just because I know I couldn't do that job any better.
You seem to be trying something new, acting-wise, with this film. Were you tired of playing an unlikable guy? I agree that this is a total offshoot of any of the things I've done before. There's such a natural tone and a slow pace to the whole movie itself. I had the opportunity to take a breath in a scene. Often, the direction you get back after a take is "Let's do it again and speed it up.
I was raised Buddhist.
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We talked about that a little bit when we got together the first time. I definitely have anxieties and neuroses, but as a whole I try to stay pretty centered and mellow.
What tenets of the religion have stuck with you? Fundamentally, Buddhism is rooted in self-discovery and growth and development inside yourself. The knowledge that you have the power inside yourself to attain any dream that you have. I had a breakdown in my mids — right around the time we did "Knocked Up" — where I didn't know whether I wanted to keep working. Then that [movie] happened and I couldn't really go back in time.
Anonymity is something you don't appreciate until it's gone. I'm a private person. I don't like to be gawked at. You become a thing. You become an animal in a cage. There's something about fandom that I don't connect with.
If I ever did meet my idol, I would be so much more interested in having a small conversation with them than asking for a picture. There's nobody you would ask to take a photo with? I would maybe take a Polaroid with someone.Silicon Valley's Kumail Nanjiani and Martin Starr talk made-up start-ups
But that's not to share with anybody. I feel like there's this evidence thing — like, "Put it up on Instagram! There are these weird little status symbols — "Look where I am, look who I met, look what I saw.
How do your friends in the business handle attention? So if someone sees you on the street and recognizes you, what should they do? What I feel best about is just people that walk by and are like, "You're awesome. Can I get a high five?
You got what you wanted — which is something to remember this by — and he gets to continue doing whatever he wants to continue doing with his day.