1. If you had to eliminate one emotion from your life, which would it be? Anger, definitely. I find it a most unproductive emotion.
2. Which childhood book has had the biggest effect on your life? I honestly don't know. I never really read childhood books in the traditional sense, except for the Dr. Seuss books which I loved. I vividly remember reading A Wrinkle in Time and finding it eerie and magical, and The Lord of the Rings and not being able to put it down. My dad would read all sorts of things to my sister and me, including the Arthurian legends and a lot of Louis L'Amour (mostly the Sackett novels). But I can't really think of any one book that had the biggest effect on me.
3. If you could only visit one website for the entire rest of your life, which one would it be? I would probably make it LiveJournal, because not only could I read other people's content, I could continue to create my own. Plus, I might be able to create RSS feeds from the Chargers board and the BBC News website so that I could get content from my other favorite sites on LJ!
4. You are now officially a fruit. Which one and why? My initial thought was, "A zucchini or a cucumber, because they can be used as dildos," but that may be too crude, and some people might not consider zucchinis and cucumbers fruit, though technically I think they are. Let's see, though, hmmm… I think I'm going to say a banana. Why? Because I think a banana is inherently funny. And it has a tough exterior, but once you peel off that tough, smooth outer layer, it's all soft and mushy inside. And, a banana can also be used as a dildo!
5. In your opinion, what is the most romantic scene in any movie? Okay, this answer is going to get me pegged as a sentimentalist, but I really loved the pottery scene in Ghost. Two beautiful people, obviously in love, working their hands together through wet clay and winding their way to intimate embraces, with "Unchained Melody" playing in the background. There was also a scene between Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy, I forget which movie, that really moved me, but I suppose it may have been more touching than romantic.
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