Jim Coughlin is a natural-born American Citizen but has no serious plans to run for President in 2008. The whole exploratory committee is just an ego thing. He performs improv, standup and will act if you ask nicely or massage his leg. His secret mantra is "onomatopoeia". All dogs love him, except the creepy ones. If asked to answer Bernard Pivot's famous questions, for his least favorite word he would answer "James Lipton." At 29, he attained the title of assistant manager of a rather small eatery known as The George Foreman Grill. An avid eater, he tries to fit in 21 meals a week. He always loses at chess, such are his powers. He was raised to believe that certain things are a sin and that first among them is to end ones sentence on a preposition. Ironically it's perfectly acceptable to end a sentence on the word preposition. Sometimes he will end three sentences in a row on the word preposition. Such are his powers. He can be seen through the window of his apartment if you use binoculars on hot LA nights. Or you can catch him in the big fight scene in Anchorman, next to Tim Robbins. Also he did a short film called Lon Johnson: The Man and His Dream. Soon that will be seen online or at myspace.com/thelonjohnson Visit his real website and he'll have links to other things to amuse you while the world heats up thanks to human action--which he thinks means people getting busy.