On The Price Is
I watch it all
the time. It's been my favorite game show for a long time. Bob Barker's
great--he's outlasted all the others, and he always brings energy. I like the
competition of the show.
On his extensive
collecting about seven or eight years ago. I've got about 150 swords, from
movies or from people who sold me pieces I really liked. The way I play
football is the way I see guys who fight with swords. They are real people,
real men, who battle the guys up front. The collection goes along with who I
am, and what people consider me: a warrior.
On his most
I got the one
from Mel Gibson's movie Braveheart. It cost pretty good money; I'm not going to
say how much.
On growing up on
a Mount Olive, Miss., farm
We didn't have
the luxuries that other kids had. We got up at four in the morning before
school to do chores, whether feeding the pigs or the chickens or going out in
the garden and harvesting food. Normal kids come home, do homework and go out
to play. But [my four brothers and I] came in, took our [school] clothes off
and went back out in the fields to finish more chores. Then we'd go in, get us
something to eat, do our homework. When darkness fell, we were in bed. It was
the same routine [every day].
On the injuries
that have led to his having six surgeries
Dealing with my
right shoulder in 2001 was the worst. I had infected my shoulder, and I had to
bear the pain and fight through it. For a whole month I didn't sleep before
they realized what was really going on in my shoulder.