I will revert back to the original meme rules though and if you want me to interview you please leave me a comment and I will email you five questions of my own…you will post the answers and offer to interview your readers.
Here are Bethfish’s questions and my answers:
1. Remember the movie Brewster’s Millions? That happens to you, except on a smaller scale. You receive a million dollars that you must spend in 30 days. However, you cannot have any assets to show for the money at the end of the month (and you can’t buy something and then destroy it), you cannot waste the money, you cannot give it away, and you cannot tell anyone what you are doing. How do you ditch the dough in a month or less? First off- I don’t think I ever saw Brewster’s Millions so I hope I am answering correctly. I would sponsor a race team anonymously for a couple races. Maybe Ryan Newman’s car…since it needs sponsors for something like thirteen more races. I could use that money to take care of a couple of them- doesn’t it cost like 200,000 roughly to run one car in one race?
2. You are locked in a toy store overnight, with no way out until it reopens in the morning. What do you play with all night? I probably wouldn’t stick with one aisle. I would probably spend the most time in the puzzles, cars and barbies aisles though- maybe I will make like a city out of legos or something spectacular.
3. If you could have a dinner party with any three famous people, living or dead, you would be wasting your supernatural powers on hosting dinner parties. What would you do instead? I would use my powers to fix the economy. Or give myself the ability to transport myself to a specific place in like a second. Its a toss up.
4. What’s the best thing since sliced bread? Now, sliced bread ain’t all that impressive, so what’s the best mediocre, hum-drum improvement or advancement that has made modern life just ever so slightly more convenient for humanity, along the lines of saving yourself five seconds every time you want a piece of bread. Joey Logano. Or boxes of raisins. I can’t decide.
5. What’s your best quality? The response to this question must be a simple declarative statement. You may elaborate on that statement, provided that your elaboration does not include the words “but,” “however,” or “although,” or any other hedging, equivocating, back-sliding, gerrymandering (which is not at all appropriate in this context, but I think it should be, don’t you?) or any other type of backing down from the simple declarative statement with which you began your response. I am an awesome planner of vacations.