April 07, 2005

The Last Interview thought

It kind of hit me last night that my brave volunteers set themselves up for whatever questions I felt like asking and then answered them forthrightly and completely, for which I am very grateful. But it occurred to me that maybe it shouldn't be so one sided. Michele, in one comment, suggested that I answer all the questions that I asked people. Well, I'm not really inclined to do that since that would be something like 38 questions. But it did seem to me that if my interviewees wanted to each pose one question to me, that would total the same number of questions that they each had to answer individually and give them each a chance to turn the tables back around on me, which they might enjoy.

So, Indigo, Hannah, Dee, Angie, Helen, and John, do you all want to ask me one question each? What do you think? Make sense to extend this meme in one last direction and point it back at me?

I leave it up to you all entirely.

Posted by Random Penseur at April 7, 2005 09:43 AM


I've have to think about what 1 question to ask as you are such an interesting fellow there are a lot of questions I'd like answers too. *grin*

I'll give it some thought to reduce these down to one.

Posted by: dee at April 7, 2005 06:35 PM

What foreign culture have you learnt the most from? In terms of inspiration, lessons, and the enhacement (cultural or otherwise) of your persona?

(Dude. I can be deep sometimes. Ooh look! Something shiny!)

Posted by: Helen at April 8, 2005 05:03 AM

What is the most profound change that having children made on you?

Thanks again for the interview.

Posted by: Angie at April 8, 2005 05:50 PM
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