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Interview

Interviewer: soullessflyer
Interviewee: Moi


  1. Do you believe in Ghosts?

    Whole heartily. I could use many theories... such as Einstein and how energy cannot be created nor destroyed. So, where do you go when you die then? Or, you can take a more supernatural approach and claim that ghosts are people that are "in limbo". Or, there is always "The Matrix: Reloaded" version. Either way, I refuse to believe that there is not things we cannot see nor comprehend. We ain't that smart.

  2. You're having a dinner party and can invite up to ten guests past and present, who would you invite and why?

    John Cusak - Good looking and seems like a decent conversationalist
    Rosie O'Donnell - Need some comedy
    Tim Burton - Amazing mind.... I would love an opportunity to talk to him
    Kurt Cobain - Besides being obsessed with him at one point, you always need one moody person to bring a tinge of awkwardness
    Morwyn - Read some of her books, and I believe she could bring a sense of spirituality and enlightenment to the meal.
    Roman Dirge - Read his comics, and they make me laugh.
    Niccole, Lead singer of "Scratching Post" - Talked to her a few times. Down to earth, and she likes to laugh
    My sister - because she would be extremely pissed off if Tim Burton was there and she was not
    Witchgoddess and Happygoth - My two best friends. The scene would be incomplete without them. Plus, if everything went to hell, I would have someone to escape with.

  3. You're elected world leader, what would your first two actions be and why?

    Cut my salary - who needs so many private jets???
    Really push environmental laws - Why do we feel the need to be such gluttons?

  4. What's your favourite childhood book, is it still a favourite, what's your favourite book as a grown up and why?

    Hard to say... I have a very bad memory. For now, I will put down "Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss. Got it for my 18th birthday, memorized it, and recited it at the bar. I also enjoy "Dune" by Frank Herbert. Action packed enough to satisfy a "quick read", complex enough to question the impact of religion.

  5. Would you say that mankind is doomed as a result of our own greed and stupidity, why?

    Yes, I would say that. It's part of our genetic code. Every species has a drive for this whole "natural selection" phenomenon, and we were blessed (cursed) to have more reasoning abilities to take this farther. No longer the faster / stronger / healthier, but the more rich / powerful / the one with the most toys. We're doomed, and there is nothing we can do about it. There is even competition and power struggles among the "enlightened". But, before and after every force of destruction, there is creation. For every monstrosity, there was and will be beauty. Without this drive, we wouldn't exist. Catch - 22.



Thanks for reading.


The Rules.
If you want me to interview you--post a comment that simply says, 'Interview me.' I'll respond with questions for you to take back to your own journal and answer as a post. Of course, they'll be different for each person since this is an interview and not a general survey. At the bottom of your post, after answering the Interviewer's questions, you ask if anyone wants to be interviewed. So it becomes your turn-- in the comments, you ask them any questions you have for them to take back to their journals and answer. And so it becomes the circle.

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dreamfilled
Jun. 17th, 2003 03:13 pm (UTC)
Hmmmm... glad to be of service. *grins* Better for you to think than to sigh in exasperation.
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