Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Interview with a Stranger

#1: If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be? Why?
#2: What is your dream job? Why?
#3: If you could change anything in the world what would it be? Why?
#4: If you could afford living anywhere in the world, where would you live? Why?
#5: If you could change places with someone for a week, who would you change places with? Why?


  1. 1- I would rather have blue eyes or I would want to be 5'7, only 5'6. Dang it.

    2- I want to be a photographer because I like to take a lot of pictures.

    3- That things werent as expensive and that there was no pollution.

    4- I would love to live in Italy. I love Italy.

    5- I really dont know who I would change places with.

  2. 1. I wouldn't really change anything, I like myself. I couldn't imagine my self not laughing at myself.
    2. My dream job is to be a lawyer, then a judge, a state judge, then finally a US Supreme Court Justice because I want to improve the world and change people day by day.
    3. I would change the war we are having now and that Iraq wasn't wanting to get bombs and stuff.
    4. I would live on the side of an ocean or lake because I like to fish and do many other water sports.
    5. I would change places with the president because it would be awesome to sit in the most comfortable office chair ever and to experience his job.

  3. 1 - Change - The only thing I'd ever change about myself would be giving myself the power of teleportation or telepathy. Those would be changes I could hide and people wouldn't know. We are te product of people's reactions to us; changing something about myself that people would react to would inevitably change who we are as well.

    2 - Dream Job - What is my dream job? I'd love to paid for existing. That'd be nice. I'd like to be a ninja (though how do you know I'm not one already?) or a pirate like the stories tell. A job. What would I like to be doing for the next forty years? Every day? I'd like to be a paint color namer. Or be a jungle explorer. Given the unlimited, you can't limit yourself to the traditional. (:

    3 - Change world - To change the world...I'd bring back unicorns, dragons, fairies, pegasui, pixies and dwarfs. Magic has been forgotten. The world would be a much more wonderful, mystical place and one that I for one, would enjoy living in more.

    4 - Live anywhere - If I could afford to live anywhere, I'd stay right here. Sure there's plenty of places I could move to, but if I can afford anywhere, that implies that I have money with which to use. If that's the case, then wouldn't it be better spent helping my community, giving to church, promoting good, true, thinking books for children than spending it on myself? I'd prefer to reintroduce kids to Bernstein Bears, to Roald Dahl, to books without pictures. Rediscover Magic School Bus! You'll never need science class again! (I passed college biology knowing what I learned from Ms. Frizzle!)

    5 - Change places - Only a week you say? I think I'd pick someone dead. Even though Dumbledore said, "To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure", knowing what is coming helps one live that much easier. And how interesting would that be? Have you read Dante's Inferno yet? (Notice I said yet.) It'd be much like that, I'd hope. A living person, in the lands of the dead. Such an interesting adventure, I think.

  4. If I could change anything about myself it would be that I wouldn't worry so much. I'm already doing my dream job. If I could change anything in the world, it would be that no one would be hungry and all children would be educted. If I could afford to live anywhere it would be a large log cabin by a lake. If I could changes places with anyone, it would be with Abby on NCIS.


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