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If you would be so kind, ask me the seven questions below. Just copy and paste them into a comment, replace the blanks with anything you want--personal, silly, surreal (e.g. 3. Donkeys or sandcastles and why?), or deep--and I'll answer honestly as I can! Then post this in your own LJ and see what kind of things people want to ask you!

1. What do you think of _____________ ?

2. When did you last ____________?

3. __________ or ___________ and why?

4. What did you ______________?

5. What's your favorite ______________?

6. How would you ______________?

7. Who would you most like to ________ ?


Again at random (and resisting the urge to make it to do with politics):

1. What do you think of the new Iron Man movie ?

2. When did you last go to the movies?

3. Superman or Captain Marvel and why?

4. What did you last get a plot bunny about that you didn't do anything with?

5. What's your favorite superhero comic?

6. How would you write a crossover between the Vorkosiverse and Star Wars?

7. Who would you most like to write about at the moment?

Question #6 is deliberately silly, yes. But the other crossover possibilities I came up with were much sillier. (Dr. Who, the Brady Bunch, The A Team, Queer Eye For A Straight Guy - oh, what the heck, let's combine all of them!)

1. It looks like it could be fun, but I have no plans to see it.

2. Last July, to see Harry Potter V. I am assuming you mean in a theater.

3. That's a hard one - for one, in many ways they're the same character. Both are men who are good and see the universe as basically good, and both are more powerful than anyone not in their family. Captain Marvel is, in many ways, more intriguing because he's also Billy - he looks and acts like a man (that wisdom thing), but he's still a teen-age boy. Clark, on the other hand, is less complex. He's a cornfed farmboy using his abilities as both a superhero and a journalist to make the world better. Billy wins.

4. I have a couple fermenting right now.

5. At the moment? Checkmate.

6. Miles setting himself up as someone with Jedi powers but who is neither Jedi, nor Sith. He is loyal to his family and his homeworld and nothing else.

7. There's this fairy tale with original characters rearing its head right now.

Edited at 2008-05-01 03:41 pm (UTC)

So Miles has a lot of Chlor-Trimetons or something?
To deal with all his allergies, dontcha know.

1. What do you think of video games ?

2. When did you last eat rice?

3. Snood or tichel and why?

4. What did you watch on TV where you were a kid?

5. What's your favorite margarine?

6. How would you solve world hunger?

7. Who would you most like to talk to face-to-face that you never have?

1. I don't like them much.

2. The Shabbos before Pesach.

3. Tichel. My husband doesn't like snoods at all, but he thinks I look cute in scarves.

4. Everything. Cartoons, SF programming, sitcoms, some dramas.

5. Migdal.

6. That's a very complex question. I'd like to see land used for appropriate agriculture (crops for some, herds for other - ideally, all cattle would graze), increased environmentally safe aquaculture. Engineering plants that need less water would probably be a good thing, as well. I also believe that we need to educate more people on safe, effective means of birth control.

1. What do you think of Hilary Clinton?

2. When did you last eat ice cream?

3. Mars or the moon and why?

4. What did you feel like on your wedding day?

5. What's your favorite cd or album?

6. How would you paint your living room?

7. Who would you most like to adopt?

1. I think she's who we need as our next president.

2. Last night.

3. Both! Moon first, though. It's closer and means a base with a relatively shallow gravity well.

4. Nervous, and then very, very happy.

5. I don't really have one. Something filkish, I suppose.

6. If I ever owned a house - a soft, but warm color.

7. A healthy child.

1. What do you think of Yaoi? (Couldn't resist)

2. When did you last laugh so much you could hardly breathe?

3. Oracle or Batgirl and why?

4. What did you think of the last book you read?

5. What's your favorite outdoorsy smell?

6. How would you spend your day if you could fly and be invisible for 24 hours?

7. Who would you most like to have write a novel based on your life?

1. Shall I show you my collection? (I think the ukes are too feminine, I'm unhappy with the prevalence of rape/near rape/questionable consent and the plots are hackneyed. But I still have a large and growing collection. And among them are Kizuna: Bonds of Lurrrve (as my husband calls it) and the books of Youka Nitta. The first has actually addressed the rape thing, and the second has either more or less masculine *switches* or very feminine men who are decidedly NOT submissive.)

2. jonbaker can do it,and then he eggs me on further.

3. Oracle. She's the most powerful person in the DC universe, whereas Batgirl was only just another member of Batman's group. That she does it from a wheelchair and can *still* beat up government agents? Makes it cooler.

4. I was very impressed by it. I just finished Carolyn Jessop's Escape - how she left FLDS with her 8 children, one disabled and one still nursing and how she survived it all. I mean, I finished it 15 minutes ago.

5. Fresh cut grass.

6. I'd haunt the White House.

7. Me.

1. What do you think of John Barrowman ?

2. When did you last own a car?

3. Chocolate or mocha and why?

4. What did you do for your birthday?

5. What's your favorite song?

6. How would you get rid of a big spider?

7. Who would you most like to cook for?

1. He's gorgeous. My goodness, what a smile!

2. January, 2000.

3. Chocolate. I like chocolate; I like coffee. I like mocha, too, but I like the flavors more by themselves.

4. We went to dinner.

5. I don't have one. I like too many.

6. How big, and where is it? Probably, kill it reluctantly - I like spiders.

7. I'll cook for anyone.

February, 2000. Washington's Birthday Weekend, remember?

Right - Boskone, not Arisia.