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Today in My History

2000: Where Have You Gone, Jimmy Dean?
2001:  Slacker Routines
2002:  Big Brother is Listening
2003:  Good Friday
2004:  Debunking the Myth
2005:  Like Sands through the Hourglass
2006:  Screaming at the TV
2007: All's Fair in Love and Cards
2008:  The "Good" People
2009:  A Weird Meme
2010:  Save Me a Seat
2011:  Old Friends
2012: The Un-Traveled Life
2013: Boy Scouts of America
2014: It's a Boy!!!
2015: Sunday Stealing
2016:
Hitting the Wall
2017: Imagine
2018: Thursday 13
2019: Redacted


Theater Reviews
Updated 3/10
Camelot

Books Read in 2020
 Updated 3/9
"Call of the Wild"

COVID-19 Movie Marathon
Updated 4/18
Take Me Out to the Ball Game


Personal Home Page

My family

Books Read in 2020
Books Read in 2019
Books Read in 2018

Books Read in 2017
Books Read in 2016
Books Read in 2015
Books Read in 2014
Books Read in 2013

Books Read in 2012
Books Read in 2011
Books Read in 2010


Cast
updated 7/16

Email
(you know how to fix it)


Some Background Links:
The Philosophy of Juice & Crackers
The story of Delicate Pooh
The story of the Piñata Group
Pumpkin pies
Who IS this Gilbert person anyway?
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mail to Walt / mail to Bev  

19 April 2020

Welcome to Sunday Stealing. This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent questions. (Past hosts include: Our first - Judd Corizan, Mr. L, Kwizgiver and Bud) Cheers to all of us thieves!

 

Quirky Questions from Swap Bot

 

 1. Did you become what you wanted to be when you grew up? Are you happy with your choice?
Well, I wanted to be a nurse and then I wanted to be a nun, but I'm happy with my ultimate choice.

2. Did man really go to the moon or was it a publicity stunt?
That would be an awfully expensive publicity stunt, especially to be repeated five more times.  Of course man really went to the moon.

3. Given the opportunity to change one major aspect of your life (i.e. career, relationship, family) with no guarantee of the outcome, would you take the chance? Why?
I'm your basic chicken.  At my age, I'm pretty much settled and wouldn't want to attempt anything else.  Everything good in my life has come from something good or bad in my past.

4. Does money buy happiness?
Heavens no.  There are an awful lot of unhappy rich people. Likewise, there are happy poor people. Happiness comes from within.

5. What is the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?
Feed the dog.  If I'm lucky she may stop barking to let me go to the bathroom, but usually feeding the dog takes precedence.

6. What are we going to do when we run out of room to bury the dead?
We will never run out of things to do with the dead.  Bodies can be cremated and ashes scattered in all sorts of places.  We aren't limited to bodies in boxes in cemeteries. 

7. What is your greatest fear? Why? Is it rational or unreasonable?
My biggest rational fear is losing someone else I love (I've lost too many people already),  My irrational fear is dying in an auto accident when a truck rolls over on my car.

8. How do you feel about the exploitation of your private data in the digital age? Does it ever cross your mind or are you hyper-aware of the risks?
By the time I was aware of the danger of having my information out on the internet, I was so open on the internet it was pretty much too late.  I suspect you can find anything you want to find out about me if you search hard enough.  Fortunately, there's nothing really that I would be afraid you'd find out. Even if someone were to deplete my bank account, they wouldn't get enough to pay the month's rent.

9. You can be forgiven one debt. What is it? If you don’t have debt, then how did you do it?
I don't have any big debts.  I don't spend that much and pay my one credit card off completely each month.

10. Hot or cold?
Cold.  There are all sorts of ways you can warm up, but a limited number of ways you can cool off.

11. What is your favorite thing in the world (aside from family, friends, pets)?
Well, food would be Dungeness crab or See's chocolate.  Location would be San Francisco, especially on a crystal clear day.  Leisure activities would be reading or watching TV.  Smell would be the ocean or puppy breath, Etc.  Hard to pick "the" favorite thing in the world.

12. You have to give up one of your five senses. Which one would you go without?
Maybe smell....just because the older I get the more my sense of smell diminishes anyway.

13. Do you believe everyone has a doppelgänger?
A lot of people, but everyone?  I doubt it.

14. Likewise, does everyone have a soulmate or is it just a matter of proximity and circumstance?
I've had a few people I considered soulmates, but it things change.

15. Imagine you have a theme song that plays every time you enter a room. What would your song be?
Maybe the "think music" from Jeopardy ... catchy, but short.
 

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