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The Interviews [Jul. 23rd, 2003|09:03 pm]
Chaz Meyers
Interview by chaossix6

1.) 1 being worst, 10 being best, how would you rate your experience at Temple University, and why? Do you think Temple will have you well prepared for the industry, when you get your degree?

I rate it 7. I hate the area. It's depressing. The classes seem to be decent, though.
I don't think any Comp Sci program prepares people to immediately go into the industry. I think that the main focus of a computer science curriculum is to teach students basic timeless concepts. Whether the students decide to run with the concepts and spend time outside of class learning stuff, that is an entirely different manner. I hope that by the time I graduate I will be well prepared, but I believe in order to reach that point, I will have to continue to put in a considerable amount of time and effort outside of the classroom.

2.) Do you plan to settle down in the Philadelphia area, once you are done with school?

Interesting. A janitor that works at the dental school asked me a similar question yesterday. I have not given it that much thought. It would be nice to travel around a bit after school is finished. If I find some place that is really awesome that has work for me to do, naturally I'll settle there. Otherwise, I'll probably opt for living in the tri-state area so I am not totally isolated from friends and family. I still have another two to three years left, though. Who knows what will happen in that time? I could fall in love with someone tomorrow and be engaged in three years. Nothing more than a year in the future is too certain.

3.) School/career/marriage notwithstanding, do you have any weird or unusual goal you would like to accomplish before you die?

My dad had a really bitching comic collection. When I was little, I read them so much I messed them up really bad. I would like to replace damaged issues and fill in the gaps. We lost many in a flood in the early 90's.

4.) What type of music do you listen to? Have any favorite songs/bands?

I go through phases. Throughout most of high school I listened to musicals. When I started driving, I listened to jazz exclusively for about a year. Ever since, I've been listening to alt-rockish stuff. Some borderline mainstream emo late last semester, also, I sadly admit. Really, I have a tracklist of 1834 songs that I keep on random, and half of them I have never heard of or hit forward 5 seconds into the song.
I've never followed any bands too closely, but lately my tracklist has been starting off with one of the following: Weezer, Beatles, Billy Joel, Dashboard Confessional, Eve 6, Good Charlotte, Green Day, Lit, No Doubt, Our Lady Peace, Pearl Jam, Queen, Startling Line, Sublime, Sugarcult, They Might Be Giants, and Zwan.

5.) What would you think if I told you that Friendly Reminders from the National Peanut Board are alive and thriving on the subways in Manhattan, and that they'll likely revisit Philadelphia sometime soon? <------- not a lie

The Manhattan-ites have embraced the National Peanut Board advertisements? That's just sick. As long as I am alive, well, taking Philadelphia mass transit, I will do everything within my power to see that our subways are cleaned of this plague. Of course, 'everything within my power' is somewhat limited, so they'll probably come back unfettered. Lame.




What YOU do:
1 -- Leave a comment, saying you want to be interviewed.
2 -- I will respond; I'll ask you five questions.
3 -- You'll update your journal with my five questions, and your five answers.
4 -- You'll include this explanation.
5 -- You'll ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed.




update
If I interviewed you and you want to interview me back, leave a comment with the questions. I'm not going to make a new post for each interview, since I don't feel like having 10 posts in a row of just interview questions. I might add all the questions to this post if there are a lot, or I might not. We'll see.




Questions from regression
1. what's your biggest regret from high school? from college thus far?

Two.
I wasn't as social as I would have liked with the people on my floor my freshman year. At the time, I justified that they were all drunks, potheads, druggies, and assholes, but since then I've learned to get along with the first three.
Second, I would have worked much harder my second semester so I wouldn't be in the credit hole I'm in now.

2. if you could change one thing about you what would it be?

Only one thing? ;)
I think if I could I would make myself more social and easier to get along with people. I'm a horribly antisocial person until I know a person well.

3. what is your most treasured possession and why?

I'm assuming you're only counting inanimate thingies. If that's the case, definitely the computer. It's the first thing I use in the morning, last thing I use at night, and without it one of my jobs would be impossible to do.

4. would you be friends with yourself if you were someone else? why or why not? (haha i know that didnt make sense, but hopefully you get the point)

Makes sense to me. :) Nah, I don't think I would. I can be a whiney bitch, so I'd get pissed myself pretty quickly I think.

5. if you knew you were going to die tomorrow what would you do today?

I assure you it involves lots of booze and lots of sex. I don't have the details worked out quiet yet, but when the day comes, I'll be ready.



Questions from thisoneslife
1. If there was one moment that you could have changed the outcome to in your life, what was it and how would it be different?

I'm going to be vague on this one. It involves Amy, and if I changed this, perhaps we'd still be together today. But maybe not. Who knows?

2. If you could play basebnll for the Mets, what position would you play and why?

I would definitely be manager. ;-) I have no athletic ability whatsoever. I'm not sure if I've ever hit a ball with a bat, and if I had, I assure you it didn't go in the right direction. On the other hand, I love telling people what the right way to go about things is, even if I know nothing about the subject.

3. Lesbian Sex. Possible? Impossible?

Oral sex is still sex. And, if you're limiting your definition of sex to "penis in virgina", then strap-ons can come close enough, I think.

4. If you were a mutant, what would your super mutant power be and why?

If I could pick any sort of power, or which power fits my personality? Hmmmmm.... well, if the former, I would go with telepathy, just because it would be a lot easier to learn all sorts of stuff. What power fits my personality? I don't even know.

5. What is your favorite characteristic of yourself?

At the risk of sounding concieted, I think I'm a good person. I have really high standards for everyone. I don't always live up to my own standards, but I think I do moreso than most other people. If there were more people like me, I think this world would be a much better place.




Questions from angelicious0201

1. You seem really nice. Tell me something devious about yourself. Or tell me something devious you wish you have the guts to do.

I like to think I am nice, thank you. :)
As for devious, eeeh. When I see that word, I think malicious, and I really don't think I do anything malicious to anyone. I mean, I think I'm far from perfect. I can be very thoughtless, jealous, messy, unfocused, and lazy. But, my intent is never bad, so I don't think I would consider any of that devious. I'm not really sure how to answer this. If you want to clarify the question a bit, I'll try to answer it better. I'm sorry.

2. Describe your perfect date. Where would you take the little lady? What would you guys do? And do you believe in kissing on the first date? Elaborate.

The perfect date is a silly concept.
The date is perfect if and only if it is with the perfect person. If it's the right person, it doesn't matter if you go to something typical like the movies or to a diner, or something sterotypically romantic like dinner on the beach or a walk through the moonlight, or if the two people just sit down in any old place and talk for hours on end. It's the two people and the chemistry between them that matters, not the surroundings.
As for kissing, that is the only thing that I would say would be required in the ideal date. If it's the ideal date, as I described above, naturally I would be head over heals for the girl. If we kiss, then at least I have an inkling that she feels the same way.

3. Chaz is a kick-ass name. How many kids would you like to have, and what would their names be? If you do not wanna have kids, tell me why you hate the little buggers.

Right now, I'm not a big fan of kids. I hate explaining things. I'm good with them, though, so I figure at some point I would want them. Ideally, I would like to have one kid, so I can spoil the heck out of him or her. It seems every girl I talk to wants to have a million kids, which is ridiculous. I'm willing to compromise up to 2. After that, I'm being a bad person and contributing to global overpopulation.

4. Your interview questions for me hurt my wee little brain. On that note, would you rather be the dumbest of the smartest, or the smartest of the dumbest?

I would prefer to be the dumbest of the smart, since I'd like to think the dumbest of the smart is smarter than the smartest of the dumb. Ignorance is weakness, not bliss.

5. Describe the best feeling you've ever had. What were you doing exactly?

It's not PG-13 rated, so I'd rather not talk about it in public. And saying exactly what I was doing here would be too much information. ;-p





Questions from duckssaymip

All righty Chizzy-wizzy, I did my best, but these things are rather difficult for me to do. So here we go...

1) What is the one thing you have learned during your college years that you value more than any other piece of knowledge? Who gave you this wisdom, and how has it changed your life?

Damn you for making me think this early in the morning, Michael.
I think the most important thing I've learned is not to be quick to judge people, which I think I learned from 11J as a whole.

2) Around 5 AM this morning, Bitner and I decided that it would be absolutely hysterical if his friend Jeremy, whom you have not really met, would pounce you in your sleep, shake you violently, and scream at the top of his lungs, "DO YOU BELIEVE IN JEEZ-US!??!" How would you respond to this?

The only responce I can come up with is that I do not understand why I agreed to live with you two a second year. :-)

3) If you had the opportunity to meet one person, dead or alive, or a one-hour lunch, who would it be? What would you ask them/talk to them about?

See, celebs and the like aren't all that important to me, so this is a hard question too. I think that Clinton would be an interesting guy to talk to for a bit. I'd talk to him about how he thinks the world is and the like.

4) I just purchased my first guitar. What should be the first song that I learn to play?

"I Am Mine", Pearl Jam.

5) What cartoon character do you most empathize with? Why? What traits in this character do you see in yourself? Do you pity or admire this character? Why?

Dude, I am so Raphael. Well, a mesh of Cartoon Raphael and Movie Raphael. I can be overly sarcastic and antisocial. I neither pitty nor admire him, for he is me. Plain and simple.

6) If Lou Ferrigno, the near-deaf body builder who was painted green in order to play "The Incredible Hulk" in the original 1970s TV series, met up with the computer-generated Hulk of the new movie and got into a brawl, who would win? What would the points be? How would lightsabers effect this fight? What about a guest shot by another famous brawler, such as Ian Mc-Fuckin-Kellan or The Cheat?

Lou Ferrigno loses, but it's close. Lou: -254. Computer Generated Hulk: -197.
There would be too much green in the battle already, so green lightsabers on either part would cause a drop in 50 points for either party. Orange lightsaber gives CGH 10 bonus points, no points of Lou, since you can't really saber CGH. If either Ian Mc-Fucking-Kellan or The Cheat, or anyone else who did not butcher a Marvel comic I read as I child showed up, they would win by default and would get a +100 bonus for not sucking before any combat began.




Interview by butterflyme
1) If you had to choose one moment or time period that was the most painful/awkward/or embarassing of your life (and i'm not talking about tripping in front of a hot girl) what would it be and why did it affect you so harshly?

The most painful period of my life was from January through June 2001 and December through March in 2002. I don't feel like talking about it in the open like this.

The most alkward period of my life was the entirity of middle school and high school. If I wanted to go into details, I would probably write a novel on it. I don't feel like writing a novel today.

The most embarassing moment was in 10th grade, West Side Story rehearsal. We were choreographing the prolog fight scene, and I was wearing an older pair of jeans. When the choreographer was giving my individual choreography for the fight, she pushed me down in a manner where my pants got a huge rip from the crotch to half way down one of the legs. I wasn't able to get replacement pants for several hours later.

2) If you could have any two super-hero powers what would they be? (i mean flying, x-ray vision) that type of stuff, and what would you do with those powers?

First power would be telepathy. A telepath with good control over his or her powers is one of the potentially most powerful beings possible. There is a lot of flexability. One of the coolest possibilities I think would be to be able to link up various great minds and combine their thought processes to come to even greater concepts and theories.

Second power would be a healing factor not unlike Wolverine's. The mind is near useless if the body is frail.

3) Do you believe in love at first sight? What do you think are the ways to tell that you are completely in love?

Yes and no. There is infatuation at first sight, certainly. Love is a lot like trust. It comes with time. However, I think that infatuation is a necessary step before love. People tend to fall in love with the people they're infatuated with. That's why I say yes and no.

4) If you could achieve one complete and absolute goal in your life, what would that goal be? Why would it be so important for you to achieve it?

To fall in love and live happily ever after. Why is that important? If you have that, what else matters?

5) (i'm getting cheesey ready?) Okay, you get stuck somewhere, with three people, for two years, with four objects each (possessions). a)where are you stuck b)who are the three people c)what possessions would you want each people to have, but more important what would you wish you had? And what would you do the whole time you were stuck there?

Who?
The obvious first choice would be my best friend, Aymon.
The obvious second choice would have to be the girl of my dreams, who I either have not met or have not realised I met yet. Because of these conditions, I cannot very well reveal the name of my second strandee at this point of time.

Where?
A costal area with crystal a clear lake/sea, an abundant amount of drinkable water, plenty of decent food growing around, a constant weather in the mid-80's with never any humidity, and a fast internet connection. Because ...um, you know. Yeah.

What?
It doesn't matter who specifically has what because I'd like to think we'd be somewhat communal.
So, we have 12 slots.
2 computers for gaming, reading, and keeping up with the world. (2)
Printer, so we can get books off the internet (3)
Soap. (4)
Toothpaste. (5)
3 toothbrushes. (8)
Contraceptive. (I'm living 2 years here with the girl of my dreams. I don't want to leave with children.) (9)
Lets fill up the rest of the slots with appropriate wiring and whatnot, since I can't think of something else.



Questions from supacheex:
1. What is one thing, great or small, you'd like to achieve before you die?

Hmm. I think I'm going to go with the staple family, career, etc. answer for this one.

2. What is your favorite soap? If you don't have a favorite soap, what is your favorite soup?

Dove Liquid Soap is keen. Does Ramen count as a soup?

3. Other than pirating software and/or music, have you ever committed any kind of crime worth punishment that you never told anybody?

None of the crimes I have committed deserve punishment.

4. Who have been the 5 most influential people in your life? List and give short explanation.

Interesting. I try not to put people up on a pedestal, yet at the same time, everyone you meet alters your life in some way, so this is a difficult question.

Two people that come to mind are my two ex girlfriends. I tend to be a private person, and whenever you let someone shed light on a part that doesn't get seen all that often, you learn more about yourself and the world around you, and you grow the most when you learn about yourself.

I suppose that Barb would have to be in the list somewhere, since one of my over-riding characteristics at work is my obsession with things being done correctly the first time. She did not create this fixation, but she did encourage it.

This list would be incomplete if I did not include my parents. For the most part I believe I am a good guy with a set values I live my life by, and have an overly active conscience that makes sure I stick by those values. I have adapted my values a bit as time goes on, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. However, for the most part they are the same ones my parents have been teaching me since I was a youngin'. Without them, I would not be the person I am today.

5. Last but not least. Pancakes or waffles. And why?

Waffles. It's all about texture.
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Comments:
From: margaritasoup
2003-07-23 06:24 pm (UTC)
Sure, why not! Just don't make the questions gay ;)
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-23 07:33 pm (UTC)
1. What is your single happiest memory? Outside of dating Brian Updyke. That goes without saying, of course.

2. You have spent a year away from home, and now you're moving back in. What prompted this, how do you think this upcoming year will be, and do you think you will consider moving out again for your Junior year?

3. You have mentioned a few times that you have never been in love. Do you say this as a statement of fact, or a regret, or other? If other, elaborate. Do you think that this will change in the next 1 year? 5 years? Insert number of years here?

4. What is your biggest pet peve? Include a real story citing an example of this annoyance.

5. You have three journals at this point. Have you not heard of private, friends-only, and custom security settings you can place on entries? This is getting silly. :)
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From: margaritasoup
2003-07-23 08:38 pm (UTC)
It is now 11:37pm & I have yet to pack for my trip to Wildwood tomorrow. I wrote you're questions down & plan on answering them whilst I'm there. So...I'll post the answers when I get back.
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From: margaritasoup
2003-07-23 08:39 pm (UTC)
WOW! My grammar-freakness has seem to be taking a vacation as well...what I meant to say was 'your questions'


:::blush embarrassingly::

Holy Shit!
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 10:59 am (UTC)
You're forgiven.. for now. If it happens again, though, expect to be tarred, feathered, and mocked. Especially after correcting my spelling a few posts ago! :-p
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[User Picture]From: duckssaymip
2003-07-23 07:11 pm (UTC)
Yo Chizzy - Interview me. Mip.

BTW, I'm working on a new name for the place since "apt apt" no longer finds favor within the walls of the fine place we shall call him for the fall semester. I'm thinking something in the ballpark of "the funky flat" - any comments??
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-23 07:55 pm (UTC)
I'll write up questions for you tomorrow afternoon. Mip.

Hm. I think you're going in the right direction by moving from apt to flat. I think what made the Sweet Suite so catchy was that they were both single syllable words. I'm not digging the 'funky' though. It has a very lame-part-of-the-80's feel to it and has too many syllables. What first came to mind was 'fine flat', but that sounds lame too. We either need more one-syl adjective that start with f, or we need another 1-syl noun.

In my very humble opinion, of course. This needs to be run against the board before any official opinion can be ruled. Heh.
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 11:11 am (UTC)
1) You are one of the biggest advocates of Temple University that you know, and have definitely worked the education here more than most people have. However, there always has to be a flip side. What one thing do you dislike most at Temple, aside from paper work/red tape/etc. That answer would be kind of obvious. :) I want you to think a little here.

2) Do you ever regret leaving the music department, or not starting in history initially? If you could change one aspect of how you went about this whole college business, what would you change and why?

3) Word on the street is that you are one of the few, if not only, roommates Bitner has had without getting pissy of music and the like. Yet, you spend all of your time writing papers and reading, when you weren't out sabering Dark Jedi. How do you think that whole sheebang worked out?

4) You've been following the news. I know it. What do you think about this whole killing Sadam's sons even though we aren't at war with Iraq right now? Any other particularly interesting thoughts on world politics right now?

5) You've seen a buttload of live Pearl Jam over the past few months, and probably won't be able to see them live again for quite some time. Are you anticipating withdraw symptoms?
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[User Picture]From: asianjewgirl
2003-07-23 07:44 pm (UTC)
interview me!

...you know you wanna
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 11:22 am (UTC)

This is going to be tough, I don't know you at all. :)

1. What do you want to be when you grow up?

2. What is the happiest childhood memory which you can recall? Unhappiest?

3. How do you spend your leisure time?

4. Pick a song that moves you. What does it mean to you? Why? You may pick more than one song if you wish.

5. What, in your option, gives life substance or is the most important thing in life? In other words, what is the point and meaning of life? 42 is not an acceptable answer.
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[User Picture]From: starlalily1979
2003-07-23 07:49 pm (UTC)
you need to interview me - stat!
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 11:31 am (UTC)
1. You have any inaninate object in your posession. Any object, your choice. What is it, why did you pick it, and what will you use it for? The cock is animate, and, thusly, is an invalid answer.

2. What do you hope to get out of your Communications degree? Do you feel that Temple University is preparing you well for the professional world of whatever you plan on doing?

3. Chicken Quesadilla vs. Ninja vs. Chicken Marsalla. The Ninja does not get a light saber, for it is not a Jedi. The Quesadilla has no onions. The Marsalla has no nuts, since those would make Mike sick. There are no aliances. Every man or woman or platter of him, her, or itself. Who wins? Give points, appropriately, and narrate the combat.

4. You have maintained in the past that you are not emo. However, it has been documented that you have been known to listen to Bright Eyes on a regular basis. Word on the street is that Bright Eyes is mad emo. Explain these inconsistancies.

5. Boxers or briefs? Cite examples to support your thesis.
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[User Picture]From: chaossix6
2003-07-23 07:56 pm (UTC)
Very cool answers.

And yes, Manhattanites have EMBRACED the National Peanut Board, and I couldn't help but think of you every time I got on the 6 train, because I knew you would be SO ecstatic to hear that the National Peanut Board is out making NEWER, FRIENDLIER reminders to American citizens!

It's only a matter of time before they get back to Philly. MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

In the meanwhile, interview me, ho!
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 12:09 pm (UTC)

thanks. and more questions back atcha...

1. We all know that you are an advocate of New York and not a big fan of Philadelphia. What other major cities have you visited? Have you ever considered traveling a bit to see what other cities have to offer before settling down in NYC?

2. You've mentioned before that you weren't all that confident when you were younger, yet now you seem very positive and confident. What specifically do you think helped cause these changes? Do you think that your stage in asexuality a crutch/aid to help you through the transition, a result of the transition, or something else altogether?

3. You were planning on getting a Superman tatoo when you reached a certain goal in your weight lifting, right? And your obsession with Spider-Man is a well known fact. What comic titles have you read regularly and through which years?

4. People start their journals for a variety of reasons. Some hope that no one ever finds it so they can write their innermost thoughts to an anonymous circle of friends, while others address it more as a public forum. You seem to be in the latter catagory. Was this how you originally intended your journal to be? What motivated you to first start your LiveJournal? What is the biggest influence which motivates you to continue to update it to this day?

5. You're a graduate of Temple University's Computer Science department by now, correct? If not, you're close. Yet, from what I've read, it doesn't look like you're planning on going into a related career. Do you think you wasted your time by going into Temple? What would you change about your Temple experience if you could change only one thing? Career-wise, where do you want to go from where you are today?
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[User Picture]From: regression
2003-07-23 10:41 pm (UTC)
interview me!
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 12:34 pm (UTC)
1. You seem to study and work a lot. What hobbies/interests are you passionate about?

2. What would your dream life be like? Include your occupation, social life, family relations, and significant other in your description.

3. Talk about your self. What do you like most about yourself? Least about yourself? Why?

4. How do you feel about Drexel on a scale from 1 to 10. What do you like most about it? What do you dislike the most about it? If there was one thing you could change about how you went about college, what would it be? What one aspect of your college career would you never change?

5. You went from being the President of SADD to a Sorority Sister. How do you think you've changed since your high school days? Which changes were for the better? Which ones were for the worse?
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 12:47 pm (UTC)
1. You've just finished your first year of college. Reflect on it. What were your happiest memories? Saddest? What would you change? What would you not change for the world?

2. You've been in Summer Stage for as long as I've known you. What do you like most and least about the program? Is there really magic up your sleeve?

3. What is the most spontanious, crazy thing you've ever done?

4. What type of music do you listen to? What song means the most to you, and why?

5. Describe how you predict your life will be 10 years from now. 20 years from now. Pick another time intervel from now.
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From: angelicious0201
2003-07-24 12:10 pm (UTC)

Ooh I would like to be interviwed. It seems interesting. I feel bad though because it seems like alot of work for you.
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 01:08 pm (UTC)
1. You are the only person I know who goes to Villanova. Talk about it. How would you rank it? What is the best thing about it? What is the lamest thing about it? Do you think Villanova is properly preparing you for The Real World? Also, talk about your favorite and least favorite college memories.

2. We claim justice is blind, but, sadly, the world is not. As hard as we try, race, ethnicity, and religion shape how we interact with others and how others interact with us. How do you feel your Filipino ethnicity affected you? What is the single most positive event that would not have happened if you were of a different ethnicity? Single most negative? Include examples. Stories are always fun.

3. You went to a religious school for HS, right? Reflect on that a bit. How has that changed you? How important is religion to you now? Has going to that school affected this? How does religion affect your day to day life?

4. We all have sides. Sides we show people, sides we hide. What is the best thing about you that you think most people don't know about you? What is your biggest flaw that most people don't know about?

5. Describe your happiest and saddest memory from the past 7 years.
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[User Picture]From: regression
2003-07-24 02:19 pm (UTC)
ok, so your questions...
1. what's your biggest regret from high school? from college thus far?
2. if you could change one thing about you what would it be?
3. what is your most treasured possession and why?
4. would you be friends with yourself if you were someone else? why or why not? (haha i know that didnt make sense, but hopefully you get the point)
5. if you knew you were going to die tomorrow what would you do today?
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-24 05:37 pm (UTC)
Check the updated post for answers.
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From: butterflyme
2003-07-25 06:34 am (UTC)

Dude

ask me questions freak... i wanna :) hehe
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-25 07:05 am (UTC)

Re: Dude

1. You turned 20 a few days ago. Congrats on that. 6 years ago, how did you predict your life would be today? How does that image differ from who you are and what your life is like?

2. What, in your opinion, is one event in your life that has changed you and your life more than any other? Describe how your life would be different if this event never occured.

3. You have recently switched majors. What prompted you to go from English Linguistics to Social Work? What do you want to be when you grow up?

4. What unusual goal do you have for the future? When I ask this, I mean excluding typical family/love interest/career goals.

5. It seems as if you've been working forever. Right now, you're working a 9-5 type of deal. Back senior year, I remember you mentioning you were holding two or three jobs along with classes. When is the last time you have had a large chunk of time without work? Do you fear becoming burt out? What was your favorite job, and why?

Bonus Question
6. Who is the best email buddy ever?
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[User Picture]From: bbfrombkln
2003-07-25 10:46 pm (UTC)
Hello Chester. I want to be interviewed! It might take me a few days to get the answers posted, but Grease is over now so I'll have a little more time on my hands now....
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-26 06:58 am (UTC)
1. I've completely lost track of what's going on in your life. Are you in Disney, in Philly, or somewhere else? What've you been up to?

2. What's the coolest thing about working for Disney?

3. If I remember correctly, you were a double or triple major, wanting to ideally go into theatre and if that didn't work out, teach english and theatre in a high school. Have these goals changed, and if so, how?

4. I know you have had issues with the housing dept at Temple. Other than them, rank Temple. What is the best thing about Temple? Outside of housing, what is the worst aspect of Temple?

5. What's the coolest thing that has happened to you in the past 2 years?
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From: angelicious0201
2003-07-26 11:46 am (UTC)

Questions Time. Get your #2 pencils ready.

1. You seem really nice. Tell me something devious about yourself. Or tell me something devious you wish you have the guts to do.

2. Describe your perfect date. Where would you take the little lady? What would you guys do? And do you believe in kissing on the first date? Elaborate.

3. Chaz is a kick-ass name. How many kids would you like to have, and what would their names be? If you do not wanna have kids, tell me why you hate the little buggers.

4. Your interview questions for me hurt my wee little brain. On that note, would you rather be the dumbest of the smartest, or the smartest of the dumbest?

5. Describe the best feeling you've ever had. What were you doing exactly?
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[User Picture]From: cpm
2003-07-26 02:07 pm (UTC)

Re: Questions Time. Get your #2 pencils ready.

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