Kleene Star (kleenestar) wrote,
Kleene Star
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I'm A Star!

Or at the very least, psychick interviewed me . . .

THE RULES:
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.
My interview:

1) If you had a gabazillion dollar scholarship to absolutely anything with, where/what would you study?
I would hire Antoinette LaFarge, Henry Jenkins, Frank Lantz and Clay to be my personal university of understanding interactive storytelling. (And now I'm drooling . . .)

2) What would you do if you came home and found a lost, live crab in your apartment? (poor crab!)
Oh, you see, that would depend on whether it were a nasty ugly horseshoe crab, one of the crabs with giant snappy pincers, or a hermit crab. I'd buy a tank for the hermit crab and keep it as a pet, while the horseshoe crab would be out the window so fast it wouldn't know what hit it. (I had a bad experience with stepping on a horseshoe crab when I was about four. Hate those suckers.) If it was the eating kind of crab, though, I'd give it to psychick to make into crab cakes, because she eats sea bug.

3) Pirates or ninjas?
Arrrr!

4) When you take over the world, be it with or without the help of Richard, what will your first proclamation as Queen of Everything be?
"All shall love me and despair!"

5) Name one thing that you never, ever want to have in your house. Other than pork or a live crab. Or a dead crab, even. (poor crab!)
I don't mind a live crab! (Well, not if it's a little cute one, anyhow.) But I never, ever want to have drugs in my house. Even if I started doing drugs for some reason, I wouldn't want them coming into my home . . . .
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