|GRANTLAND.com: Hollywood Prospectus|
"I don't even know how to use the computer."
"I don't want to learn how to use the computer."
Interviewer: "Do you know how to Google yourself?"
"I know how to do it on a phone."
"No, look at all these things, all this stuff, look. LOOK."
Interviewer: "It's a toolbar. Those are the windows that are open."
"It's scary. It's scary."
DMX: [After typing in "DMX," which in itself is an amazing thing to watch.] "Oh, so what do I do?"
Interviewer: "You hit 'Enter.'"
"Where's the thing, though, you're supposed to move around the little thing."
DMX: "What's this?" [Reaches for a different computer's mouse.]
Interviewer: "No, this is a laptop, so you have a track pad."
DMX: "Look here, there's an arrow, and there's a hand, and then there's a line."
Interviewer: "It just changes, I — I don't know."
DMX: "See, it's confusing."
DMX: "I see him [points offscreen] use it, and in the middle of it, it'll stop ... "
" ... And then do the circle [expletive]."
"I don't have patience for [expletive] like that."
DMX: [Growling noise.]
"Computer words are funny. Like 'Google.'"
"They're funny words. Like, just get a regular word, what the [expletive] is a 'Google'?"
"That's like something you call somebody, like a baby 'goo-goo' — it's weird."