"I started writing my first book in 1987 and my second in 1997. I haven't completed either," he says, quoting, "I love writing; what I dislike is the paperwork... 2007 sounded like a good year to start writing another book. Perhaps it was."
Wandering ponderer and extreme idler, Jimmy (b. 1960) leisurely wrote/directed some two thousand radio and TV ads and numerous print/mag ads. Also wrung out a number of plays, poetry, short stories and a cabaret.
Created "Did you know?" stories and sites, originally for a radio series called "Department of Useless Information" broadcasted 1984-86. These fascinating stories have been used by hundreds of radio and television stations, newspapers and magazines around the world. The first "Did you know?" website launched in 1997.
To spread sugar-free jam on organic bread, Jimmy consulted as Concept Director making "little companies big and big companies bigger" - and learned that failure has more secrets than success - but in general he prefers doing as little as possible as often as possible for as much as possible ©.
Jimmy's Theory of Nothing is critically reaching remarkable completion. After all, j is an imaginary number.
Interests: Literature, arts, women, music, history, archeology, astronomy, nanotech, yachting, women, adventure motorcycling, moving image media, wireless energy, women and, not in the least, alternative energy, for which Jimmy holds a patent application.
Non-interest: Affirmative action. Affirmative action anywhere is an injustice to workers everywhere.
Favorite quote: "If the phone doesn't ring, it's me." - Jimmy Buffett
His quote: A bad jockey blames the horse.
Places he lived - in no particular order: tent, homeless, ZA, UK, USA.
Personality: His friends call him... Jimmy. You can call him what you like. His Jung Personality Test reveals him to be INFJ : "1.5% of total population" "Complex personality" "Author" "Strong drive and enjoyment to help others."