Q: If you could change one thing about your life, currently, what would it be?
A: I'd give myself more time. Move work much closer to where I want to live, to give myself back a couple hours a day. Better yet, invent instantaneous transportation so that I, and those I care about, could just be where we want to be when we want to be there.
Q: what has been your favorite hair colour?
A: I liked the bright, atomic red I had when I went to Cleveland in 2000 - it faded to an even brighter pink.
Q: what's your favorite number?
A: 1111 1111 (in binary, natch)
Q: How are your sea monkeys doing?
A: I dunno, I have ceded care of the Sea Monkeys to the Lizard.
Q: Can you send me the Doom song?
A: Yes, yes I can.
Q: What's your favorite web site?
A: Livejournal - it gives me the illusion of being able to interact with other humans!
Q: If you could have sex with anyone in the world who would it be?
That depends. Is this a one time thing, or do I get enough time to practice? There are a few famous people that I'd be interested in having sex with, just to know what they're like, but for the most part, I don't think I'd be interested in making it a long term thing. There are, on the other hand, a few people I know that I'd be interested in having sex with on a regular basis, at a minimum. The first category includes, but is not limited to, Angelina Jolie and David Bowie.
Q: Which of your Hallowe'en costumes over the years has been your favourite and why?
A: Actually, I think it was the "Spiderman" costume I did in university. Not the MArevel superhero, but the spiderman from the Cure song "Lullaby" ("On candystriped legs, spider man comes..."). I painted 6 extra eyes on my face and painted black stripes on my long underwear. The long underwear was a tad silly, but I liked the way the fake eyes worked.
Q: How did you get to be so fabulous?
Q: How do you feel about love? Do you fall in love easily, or is it something that has to develop over time? How many people do you think you can successfully handle being "in love" with at the same time?
A: I'm a fan of love. I don't fall in love very easily - I'm too paranoid. I can handle being "in love" with many, many more people than I can handle being in a relationship with - the former requires the feeling, the latter requires time, which is in shorter supply.
Q: How do you feel about near-strangers calling you "nice kitty"?
A: Fairly good actually - I'm used to thinking of myself as being percieved as "creepy" or "scary", so "nice kitty" is a nice change.