12/29/09

Q & A Part I


As part of my continuing effort to remain out of blog prison with a bunch of angry garden gnomes, I have been asking folks to post "What is your favorite _____?" questions that I will endeavor to answer right here.

I'm looking forward to the questions and the beads of sweat forming on my prodigious forehead as I hatch the answers. I'll continue to take answers right up until New Year's Eve, and will answer the last set of questions New Year's Day. All of you -- my faithful death eaters -- er, I mean my loyal and not so loyal followers, you can ask more questions right here, or on where I answered the Infamous Harry Potter questions.

So, without further ado....

Annie's questions:
Q) What's your favorite song from the 1980s?
A) Why not start with the most difficult question of all time. The 1980's - High School. College. MTV playing music videos. There are so many possible answers, one more trite than the next. I will go with Don Henley's, New York Minute, off The End of the Innocence.

Q) What's your favorite season and why?
A) Summer. I can walk the pug at 11pm in shorts and a t-shirt. It doesn't get dark till late. Barbecues!!! I don't have to shovel.

Q) What's your favorite movie BESIDES Harry Potter?
A) Now who said my favorite movie was Harry Potter? None of the HP movies are at the top of my list. My favorite movie(s) are Kill Bill, Volume 1 and Volume 2. Quentin Tarantino at his best. Uma Thurman. Lucy Liu, Daryl Hannah, David Carradine. The music. The action. The BLOOOODDDDD!

Frankie's questions:
Q) What's your favorite ice cream?
A) Chocolate Peanut Butter. The peanut butter chunks are critical.

Q) Who was your favorite teacher? (dig into the memories, kiddo)
A) I attended the State University of New York at Binghamton (oh, SUNY Beeee, oh SUNY Beee). Professor Warran Wagar taught two particular courses I took: History of the Future and World War III. Yes, those were real courses and were phenomenal. The lecture hall was enormous and his courses were always full. He was a fantastic teacher and he turned all of us on to reading a lot of fantastic science fiction.

Q) What's your favorite tree/plant?
A) Red dogwood for the color. Also, most any evergreen in winter. My least favorite? My neighbor's cottonwood tree that sheds cotton all over my backyard, rendering it useless for several weeks each summer.

Q) What's your favorite sky? (Weird, I know. Sunset, sunrise, storm, etc.)
A) Sunset on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. The horizon is stunning.

That's all for now. Keep those questions coming!!!!

4 comments:

Mireyah Wolfe said...

What is your favorite music to write to? (Presuming that you write to music.)

What is your favorite position to write in? IE: sitting at a desk, laying on a bed, reclining, etc.

What is your favorite deadly animal?

What is your favorite non-deadly animal other than a pug?

What is your favorite electronic device other than the computer?

What is your favorite snack and drink when writing?

What is your favorite mythological creature other than the griffen?

What is your favorite social network?

Okay, I think that's it. =D *teehee*

Ralene said...

Who is your favorite character that YOU have written?

Who is your favorite character someone else has written?

Where is your favorite place in the world?

What is your favorite number?

What is your favorite New Year's memory?

Emailman said...

This is awesome, Jay :) I want to play!

Who would you like to be stranded on a desert island with? Just 1 person.

My all time favourite (sorry to be boring...lol...) If you had 1 wish what would it be?

Where in the world would you want to live the most?

If you could change the past, would you do anything different?

If you could have any one thing in the world what would it be?

Dawné Dominique said...

Gees, I think Mireyah and Kurt asked all mine. But here's one:

Who is your hero and why?