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2. If you could stay one age forever, what age would you choose? 41.
3. When you say “lol”, are you really laughing? I never use that acronym.
4. What is the most interesting thing you’ve done in the past year? There were a few great nights recording WTIT. The best was last weekend for Johnnie’s farewell…
5. If you started a business, what would it be? I am a great website builder. Check out WTIT.net. It’s all me.
6. Do your friends/family/coworkers know about your blog? No. Even I sometimes forget.
7. How long does it take you to write an average blog post? It depends on whether the French twins are over or not.
8. How do you keep up with the blogs you follow? I really don’t follow a lot. I comment (or try to) on those who comment on my stuff. I do read “What If This Is As Good As It Gets” and “One Gal’s Musings.” Allison is very funny and Gal could be a major author.
9. What is your bedtime? Depends on who I’m with.
10. Introvert or extrovert? Extro. Surprised?
11. What is your biggest wish? At the moment, that my domestic situation changes.
13. Dog person/cat person/both/neither? Neither.
14. If you had $1,000 to spend any way you wanted, what would you do with it? I’d love to have backup recording equipment.
15. How do you “dress” your toast? This meme’s a laugh a minute.
16. How do you feel about snow? I hate it. That’s why I live in fucking New England.
17. What was the worst job you ever had? I sold life insurance for a few weeks.
18. What song can you not stop listening to? “If the Phone Doesn’t Ring It’s Me”.
19. Love your name or hate it? Since I picked it, it works for me.
20. How did you choose your blog/twitter handle? It’s the name that I use when we record WTIT.
Sometimes you can do the right thing at the wrong time. It’s been a rather strange couple of weeks. I will elaborate at the right time. Meanwhile the party for Johnnie Walker’s last tape went really well. We had our regular 4 plus two guys from the past. One asked if he could come back and the other asked for texts of dates to come occasionally. Johnnie’s final sign-off said that it’s hard to walk away from something he’s done nearly fifty years. Then his classic sign-off: “Remember & you’ll never forget. And if you’re looking at the speakers right now thanks for watching…””