Q: Where did the name Project Centaur originate?
A: Centaurs are half man, half horse. Horses are domesticated animals capable of drinking over ten gallons of water a day. That is about 84 pounds — roughly the weight of a prepubescent boy. Puberty can last for years but eventually a boy becomes a man, which is what I am.
Q: How do you come up with this stuff?
A: I spend most of my time deep in prayer. Just joshing. Conversations are a great source of inspirational sustenance. My mind tends to drift during discussions and when it does, I find associations with the topic at hand, which usually leads to an idea.
Q: Is Project Centaur copyrighted?
Q: Can I use one of your ideas?
A: No. Well, maybe. Probably. For non-profit artistic endeavors, hell yeah. For professional use, ask me nicely and we’ll see.
Q: I think some of your ideas have been done already.
A: That’s not a question.
Q: I think some of your ideas have been done already – did you know that?
A: I’m sure some of them have been realized.
Q: Have you seen the episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia where Charlie has a dream book with things like “denim chicken” in it?
Q: When are new ideas posted?
A: On average, once a week.