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Thursday, March 11, 2004

It really was fun the first time, and David sent me these just ages ago. Right now I need a quick brain reboot, so here goes:

1) What habit or vice that many might consider negative is such a part of
you, that even if you could change it, you wouldn't?

I was once told on a performance review that I ask too many questions. I am frequently the one in a meeting to ask something that others are thinking about, but no one wants to say. This sometimes makes people uncomfortable, but I also often here from others after the fact that they were really glad I asked something.

2) What's your favorite comfort food?

When things get really bad, sometimes a scoop of Daqueri Ice on a sugar cone from Baskin Robbins can make it a little better. Other times, it requires bigger guns. This may involve won ton soup from Hong Kong Cafe in Sacramento, or a carnitas burrito from Los Charros, or maybe my own homemade matzo ball soup. Also, Ben & Jerry's Coffee Heath Toffee Crunch and New York Super Chunk Fudge are also good candidates.

3) What musical instrument that you don't know how to play do you wish
you did?

Violin/fiddle. Wish I could do that. Instead, I dance in appreciation to those that can.

4) What's something, besides dancing, you do so well you make it look easy?

That's a tricky one. I bet that'd be easier for someone else to tell me. I'm pretty good at public speaking, though I suspect there are few who think I make it look easy as much as there are many thinking they're glad they're not up there instead of me. Oooh! I know! I can create amazing screen shot demonstrations that look like you're really moving through a system when really it's all static screen shots. Others have tried, but nobody else on campus can acheive the results I do.

5) What genre would you choose to make the story of your life? Pick a media,
pick a genre, pick an author or director to be in charge. Farsical musical?
Serious autobiography? TV sitcom? Comic book? Or what?

Hmmm. Either autobiographical memoir, or a TV series written and directed by Joss Whedon. His version would be a little different from the truth, but I'd love to see how it was embellished.

So that's it for now. If you'd like five questions, email me. I'll be happy to oblige. If you want to ask me more questions feel free, but it may take me a while before I actually respond to them. Rest assured, I will eventually respond.

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