Sunday, May 17, 2015

Sunday Stealing: Random

From Sunday Stealing

RaNdOm Meme


1. If you were to attend a costume party tonight, what or whom would you go as?

A. I'd put my camera around my neck, take a pad and a pen, and go as a reporter.

2. What are your choice of toppings on a hamburger?

A. Cheese, catsup, mayonnaise, lettuce.

3. You are chosen to have lunch with the President. The condition is you only get to ask one question. What do you ask?

A. How do you feel about the two-party system, and what steps would you take to rectify the problems it has created and bring back true democracy to the people?

4. It’s your first day of vacation, what are you doing?

A. Driving somewhere.

5. What is your concession stand must-have at the movies?

A. A bottle of water.

6. Which do you dislike most: pop-up ads or spam email?

A. Pop-up ads.

7. What do you think Captain Hook’s name was before he had a hook for a hand?

A. Captain Two-Hands. Or maybe just George.

8. Rock, paper, or scissors?

A. Rock, paper, scissors, lizard, Spock!

9. Let's say a brick fell on your foot, and your kid is standing right next to you, what is your 'cleaned up’ swear word?

A. I don't clean up my damn swear words when I say them. I don't give a f*ck who the hell is listening. Especially if there is a bitch of a brick on my foot. (However, I very seldom actually *write* swear words.)

10. Which is worse, being in a place that is too loud, or too quiet?

A. Too loud.

11. What is one quality that you really appreciate in a person?

A. Good manners.

12. At the good old general store, what particular kind of candy would you expect to be in the big jar at the counter?

A. Smarties or Fireballs.

13. What is the most distinguishing landmark in your city?

A. My nearest city is the Star City of the South. We have a huge neon star on top of Mill Mountain (a mountain in the city). It glows in the dark. It called the Roanoke Star but the locals call it the Mill Mountain Star.



 
Here's a link to a nice shot of it in the dark, all aglow.

14. Everyone hears discussions that they consider boring. What topic can put you to sleep quicker than any other?

A. Who has what disease.

15. How many times did it take you to pass your drivers test?

A. Once. If it takes you many more than that, maybe you should use the bus system.

16. If you had to have the same topping on your vanilla ice cream for the rest of your life, what topping would you choose?

A. Chocolate.

17. What food item would need to be removed from the market altogether in order for you to live a healthier, longer life?

A. Chocolate.

18. You are offered an envelope that you know contains $50. You are then told that you may either keep it or exchange it for another envelope that may contain $500 or may be empty. Do you keep the first envelope, or do you take your chances with the second?

A. Take my chances with the second. I started out with nothing anyway.

19. If you had to choose, which would you give up: cable TV, or DSL/cable internet?

A. Cable TV.

20. What is your highest level of education?

A. I have a masters degree.

21. How much is a gallon of gas in your city? What was the highest it’s been?

A. Right now it's about $2.35. It's getting close to Memorial Day and the prices always go up then (gouge gouge gouge). I think the highest it hit was about $4 a gallon, around the end of George Bush's presidency. I can't really remember how high it was. Only that it was high.

22. What kind of lunch box did you have as a kid?

A. I had a Partridge Family lunch box. You can see a picture of it at this link.

23. What would you rather have, a nanny, a housekeeper, a cook, or a chauffeur?

A. I'd be really happy with a combination housekeeper and cook. I don't need a nanny or a chauffeur.

24. Would you rather be trapped in an elevator, or stuck in traffic?

A. Stuck in traffic. I have an elevator phobia as it is.

9 comments:

  1. Watching the election in the UK gave me pause in that their season was so short -- weeks! -- and there are such strict limits on spending. I admit I was envious. I wonder if the problem isn't the money and that the funding comes from so few sources. At any rate, I'd love to hear Obama's take on it. After all, he's intimate but no longer involved with it.

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  2. perfect reporter's question in answer to #3.

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  3. What a great question for the President!

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  4. I know how to make rock, paper and scissors. I can do the Spock if I have a moment. What does a lizard look like?

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  5. The only clean word I would use would be shoot but the other word would probably come out instead. Nice answers.

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  6. Stuck in traffic, for sure, and I had a Scooby Doo Lunchbox.

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  7. I'm going to have to remember the reporter "costume." That's a good one and would be easy to do.
    A Partridge Family lunchbox, huh? I had an Osmond Brothers one. :)

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  8. I so loved your smart, well-thought-out and well-written answers. I smiled and even chuckled at a few of them. Especially the second "Chocolate," hehe. Also, I am just NOW learning that your first name is Anita. I'm slow on the uptake, what can I say?!

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