Participant Three // Survey Four
1. Tell me about the first date you ever went on? The first date I ever went
on was quit awkward… We had pizza and talked for a while. But that guy
was truly insane and I basically never saw him again after our second time
together. And I mean scary insane.
2. What is the hardest thing you have ever done? I wrote two research papers
for the History of Modern War in film class I took this summer, each one
8 pages long. We weren’t allowed to use the internet in our research, and
our library was severely lacking in information. Not to mention that class
was utter nonsense. We skipped the Vietnam War altogether as if it didn’t
happen, but spent a large portion of the class talking about the Korean War.
The whole thing just felt backwards to me.
3. Is there someone you would like to meet if you could bring anyone back from
the dead? I would love to ask Abraham Lincoln if he was actually gay!
4. What are your parents’ names? Henry III and Janie
5. Tell me about your last dream? Well, the last dream I can actually remember
was about my internet friend Hamish. I’ve never met him in person, but I was
traveling to Scotland in this dream, and caught one of his bands. I walked up
to him after the show and he asked why I was faking a Scottish accent, which
I guess I was. He seemed pretty miffed at it, and I felt really sorry about it
because he’s a very talented guy and I respect him a lot. I didn’t mean to
6. Do you listen to the radio? I hardly ever listen to the radio. If I do, it’s NPR or
a podcast (which I consider radio).
7. What is your most embarrassing moment? My brother made fun of my
stretch-marks one day at swim practice in front of everybody. I was so mad
that during the races at the end of practice I was really bent on beating the
girl I was racing. It was the 25 ft. freestyle, which was probably my best
event. Anyways, she ended up beating me, and as soon as I stuck my head
up from the water I yelled, “FUCK YOU!” I was 11 so nobody was too happy
8. Do you have a favorite myth? Sisyphus (Only because I love Camus!)
9. What were you scared of as a child? I saw the Shining when I was 7, so I was
really scared of insane people or going insane. I guess I’ve graduated from
that, and it’s actually given me some compassion for insane people.
10. Do you know your neighbors? I actually don’t know my current neighbors. I
had always known my neighbors until I moved into the dorms.
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