test the stereotype - Have you ever lived, or are you currently living,
in your parents' basement? Nope. Thankfully I never
ended up there. It got cold at night.
your favorite way to spend a weekend? Either relaxing
with my wife and son, hanging out with friends and gaming or watching
the most frightening thing you've ever done? I’d have
to say that having a child is as scary as it is wonderful and fulfilling
your accomplishments are you the most happy with? My
son, Wyatt. He brings a great deal of joy to my life.
your favorite word? ‘Chicken’. I consider it the
funniest word in the English language. If you don’t believe me, just
shout the word ‘chicken’ as loud as you can right now.
languages do you speak? I am fluent in over six million
forms of communication and can readily….oh, wait, that’s See Threepio.
I only speak English.
your favorite time of year, and why? Early summer, I
like the warmer weather.
your most prized physical possession? I have a 15 inch
tall Godzilla action figure imported from Japan. This thing is also 30
inches long. It’s an awesome piece and the crown jewel of my kaiju
could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? I’d
like to lose a little weight.
your favorite toy as a child? I had a Marx Prehistoric
Playset with the giant mountains and the river in the middle. It had
over 55 dinosaurs and a dozen cavemen. Needless to say, at the end of
the afternoon, all the cavemen were dead and the prehistoric valley was
home to one very happy and well-fed tyrannosaur.
have a useless talent that no one else that you know can do? I
can make disgusting fart sounds by pressing the air out of my eye
socket with my hand. It never ceases to freak people out.
three things you can't live without? My wife, my son,
and roasted animal flesh.
could have one superpower, which power would you pick?
I’d want either a Green Lantern power ring, or mechanical tentacles
like Doctor Octopus.
you want to be when you grew up? A paleontologist.
could pick any other time period to live in - including the future -
which would it be, and why? I’d have to go with either
the Late Cretaceous period, or the 1950s when America still had it’s
one thing that you regret that you would go back and change if you
could? I would’ve stuck with the Swim Team in school
the one thing you want to do before you die? I’d like
to be able to talk about the United Nations in the past tense. Or
celebrate my 59th birthday (my father was 58 when he died)
just purchased a small island off the coast of any continent of your
choosing, and you are preparing to start your own country there. What
does your flag look like? The flag looks just like the
American flag because rather than start a new country we’re going to
apply for statehood in America.
the 1958 World Series? I have no idea.