Paul Davidson is an author (The Lost Blogs, Consumer Joe), NPR commentator (All Things Considered), journalist (The Los Angeles Times, Wired, mental_floss magazine), TV producer (Celebrity Mole: Yucatan, The Benefactor, The Princes of Malibu), screenwriter (Grounded) and not-so-famous relative to a handful of marginally-famous celebrities.
His official blog, Words For My Enjoyment, was founded in August 2003 as the publicity campaign for his first book Consumer Joe was just gearing up. It quickly evolved into a daily obsessive ritual for Davidson (who enjoys speaking in the 3rd person), resulting in (presently) over 1100 humor entries and more than half-a-million visitors (yeah, some of them refreshed the page twice).
While his goal is to bring steaming, fresh, sort-of humorous content to the masses on a daily basis, he wants to make sure that you’re aware that he does not believe “that children are our future”, “that if Andrew gets up we should all get up or it’ll be anarchy” or that he should say “hello to your little friend” or “defend the Frontier against Xur and the Ko-Dan armada.” These are things he is sure of, and if it leaves a bad taste in your mouth, you might want to leave before he plays the theme song to The Greatest American Hero.
When Paul isn’t working on the blog, planning his funeral, talking to Mr. T, revealing the true identity of Mr. Six or obsessing over the fact that his head is probably, most-likely, very legitimately way too big for his body, he’s living in Los Angeles. Where he lives. There’s a lot of living going on down here, if you must know.
Words For My Enjoyment and Paul Davidson dot Net are hosted by Total Choice Hosting. The site is built with XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and powered by WordPress.
The new version of WFME was designed by none other than Erik Sagen, and is based on themes created initially for the first incarnation of the Words For My Enjoyment site.
Any and all content on this website is covered under a Creative Commons License which means if you steal it, revise it, and pass it off on your own…that the faceless Internet police will track you down and ‘sack you’.
Any questions, comments or thoughts about this site can be sent to Paul at paul at paul davidson dot net.