Thursday, September 08, 2005

Virginia Gal! Come On Down (or up in the geographic sense)

Virginia Gal loves the interviews she has been receiving. It makes her feel very Nicole Kidman. Thank goodness she didn't say Tom Cruise - that would mean she would need to jump up and down like a doof on national TV. But we like VG, so we won't associate her with the demented likes of Cruise again.

So, without further delay, we proudly present the (cue trumpets) 5 Question Interview!

She must copy and paste said stuff below and answer all questions. Good Luck!

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Here are the rules:

1. If you want to participate, leave a comment below asking to be interviewed.
2. I will respond by asking you five questions - each person's will be different.
3. You will update your journal/blog with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview others in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions


Here are the questions:

1. You are an avid reader (at least I believe you are). Who is your absolute favorite author/authoress and why? Who do you most dislike and your evil reason for such disdain?

2. Also from what I gather, you like to travel. To someone who hasn't been outside of the continuous 48 states (yeah, I know ... sad), what three places would you personally recommend a person visit before they die and your reasons behind each. It doesn't necessarily need to be a town or country (e.g., you could recommend an annual event).

3. You are the eldest child. Out of how many? Are you close to your siblings and your parents? Are your family's political and social views the same as yours? Please elaborate. Yeah, I know that's three questions but it falls under the same subject manner.

4. Some people view the Bible-thumping extremist Christians as representatives of the Christian faith. Many Christians are quick to disagree by replying the extremists perverse the faith to their own means. You are a self-described liberal Muslim. What's your take on the Muslim extremists that have pretty much tainted the American view of the Islamic religion?

5. The last and less thought provoking question. Adorable Tony convinced you to start a blog. How did you get to know us bloggers in the first place sans a blog? What was your view on blogging before your own? What is it now?

3 comments:

Piggy and Tazzy said...

Ooooooh! Excellent questions!

PissedOffPencil said...

I know the baby's georgous. I have a habit of making georgous babies... With some help from my wife of course... ;)

More pictures are on their way of the rest of the gang. Maybe tonight, which probablly is tomorrow morning in the US. (As I write this, it's noon here)

Actually, the expression "under the table" is quite common in Sweden too but means more like taking a bribe or buying, for instance, a car that costs, let's say, 20.000 USD, but according to the receipt you only payed 15.000 USD. The remaining 5.000 go "under the table" so that the seller doesn't have to pay taxation for it.

A direct translation of the "grey workforce" is actually "black workforce" but in my ears that sounds like it's only black people who do this. Grey is definetly more accurate.

Virginia Gal said...

ohh tough questions, I've given them a go....posted on my blog.