Fri. Jun 19, 2009
Ten Quick Questions
Jim started this, in case blame needs to be assigned.
Who are you?
I am a beachball on the river of life.
I am the “fun” in “malfunction.”
I am the puff of wind in your ear just before some Willie inserts a wet finger.
I am the last bubble on top of the best mug of coffee you’ll ever have.
I am obviously not going to really answer the above question, but I can do this all day.
Zombies – undead monstrosity or the next logical step in human evolution?
From Reid’s Point of View, zombies are merely further proof everything is distributed 80/20. In this case, 20% of movies about zombies are entertaining, and 80% are awful.
Young Elvis or Fat Elvis?
Tort Elvis (I actually did this whole quiz just so I could give that linked answer)
If you were a superhero, what would your name be?
Yes, you would have to include the comma.
You are the last man on earth, and it is your job to perpetuate the human race, whether you like it or not. Your choice of potential mates is between Wonder Woman, the Bionic Woman or Super Girl. Which one do you choose?
Gosh. Can I maybe have a choice that might not break me in the process of trying to procreate? I mean, what’s the goal here?
What was your first car?
1970 Volkswagen Beetle, handed down to me by my parents, who bought it brand new for $1,995. When I sold it a dozen years later for $300, I feared going on the test drive at the used car place, because the passenger floor had rusted out so bad you could see the road going by in places.
Last seen about three weeks after I sold it, broken down on the side of the road in Warner Robins, Georgia.
If you were going to show me around your city/town, where’s the first place you would take me?
Centennial Park. The Atlanta skyline surrounds you, the Georgia Aquarium is on the north edge of the park, and on the south edge, CNN. In between I could show you the brick I bought to help build the park (has my name on it) and then we could douse ourselves in the Olympic Rings fountain.
What’s the last album you bought?
Do you have an arch enemy? Would you like one?
No, and no. I have more than enough problems, thank you very much.
What’s the title of the movie they are going to make about your teenage years?
Why is the last question always the hardest? How about … “Generic 1970’s Disaster Movie”?