Monday, April 06, 2015

Random Q&A on a Monday

1. What movie has the most surprising ending ever?

A. The Return of the King doesn't have a surprise ending, but it actually has three endings, which was a big of surprise.
2. What are you currently angry at?

A. Myself for not being able to read my body signals better.
3. What do you have issues with?

A. I have issues with the way the political sphere in the U.S. has turned. I find much of what is going on to be very scary. I do not understand how people can be so intolerant of others. I have a hard enough time controlling my own life, so I don't know how these people think they have time to control someone else's. Leave people alone and we would all be better off. Stay out of everyone's bedroom and let women control their own bodies.

4. There is a nuclear war and your fallout shelter has room and supplies enough for two. No one knows about the fallout shelter but you. Who do you choose to take in (Remember, the person you choose is the only person you will know in 5-15 years when you can come above ground again)?

A. The obvious answer is my husband, but I would hope I would be noble enough to give up both of our places and place a young man and a young woman in there. They may be the last hope of the survival of the human race, and I cannot have children.
5. Do you have any fillings?

A. Yes.  

6. Are you afraid of a global nuclear war?

A. I am. I think anyone who watches politics should be afraid that some leader will decide to use nuclear weapons in some form, leading to retaliation. 

7. If there was a global nuclear war would you expect to be a survivor?

A. No. I can barely survive now as it is.
8. Have you ever swam in the ocean?

A. Many times.
9. Have you ever built a sandcastle?

A. Many times.
10. What would be the best season of the year to get married?

A. Whenever you're in love and you want to do it.
11. What are 2 things that the perfect doctor would do?

A. Listen, and spend as much time with you as you need.
12. If someone you loved was seriously miserable for a long period of time what would you do to help cheer him or her up?

A. I would listen to the person, spend time with him/her, offer hugs, and try to be there. I would accompany him/her to the doctor if necessary, go with him/her on a trip if that would help, and check on him/her frequently to be sure the person was okay.
13. What was the best year of your life so far?

A. I really don't know. Probably sometime between 1996 and 1999.
14. Does the weather affect your mood?

A. Yes. It also gives me migraines.
15. If you were on death row (if you don't feel evil enough to really ever get there, imagine that you have been wrongly accused and wrongly convicted) what would you want your last meal to be?

A. Shrimp and a hot fudge sundae. I love shrimp but have developed an allergy to it. If I'm going to die anyway, I may as well eat something I haven't had in a while. I also don't eat milk products; hence the sundae.
16. Do you eat red meat?

A. Occasionally. Maybe three times a month.
17. Is truth sometimes stranger than fiction?

A. I have found that to be the case. As a news reporter, I occasionally ran across stories that certainly were stranger than fiction.
18. Have you ever looked in anyone's wallet that wasn't yours?

A. Only my husband's, and that was when he asked me to fetch something out of it.

19. What is one thing that will happen to you less than 24 hours from now?

A. I will have lunch with a friend.

20. What age would you want to stay forever?

A. I am well past that age, but I think 35 was a good age. I was relatively healthy but old enough to have wisdom.


  1. I think the most surprising I ever saw was "The Sixth Sense." I immediately wanted to see it again.

  2. You are right about age 35.

  3. Shutter Island was a good movie. Like the questions i swiped them. Have a good day


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