Saturday, April 7, 2007

Interview with a Blogger

(Saturday Morning Edition)

Q: What's the secret to your success.

P: An uncompromising willingness to do whatever it takes to get things done.

Q: What have you done?

P: Nothing.

Q: What do you look like?

P: Depends on the weather. Generally anywhere between four and ten feet tall, multiple appendages and a chitinous exoskeleton, when not molting.

Q: So you're some kind of superbug?

P: On the internet, you can be whoever you want.

Q: Which way do you lean, politically?

P: Forward.
Q: Do you think we should Act Now, To Stop The War?

P: Which war?

Q: How many chucks could a woodchuck chuck, if.....?

P: Four.

Q: What would you do if you were the last human being on earth?

P: Publish a book.

Q: What would you do if you were the last man on earth?

P: Probably be to busy to write a book.

Q: You throw around the term "barbarians" alot. Do you mean it?

P: Sure.

Q: Define "barbarism."

P: A retreat from reason.

Q: Isn't that like hell?

P: Sure, but barbarians have better outfits.

Q: Who do support for president?

P: All of the above. Barring that, none of the above. It's really to early to care.

Q: Do you support energy independence?

P: Generally, yes. But I'm sure there's a downside to photosynthesis.

Q: What could people do to bother you?

P: Touch my wife. Shoot my dog. Break into my house. Beyond that, do as you will. Just don't ask me to pay for it.

Q: Is life the highest value?

P: No.

Q: What is?

P: Life lived freely, with choice.

Q: Libertine?

P: Mostly Augustine.

Q: What do you think of the British Sailors' release?

P: What British Sailors?

Q: What's the greatest threat to man: war, global changing, disease, flooding, warming, colding, hunger, or asteroids?

P: Ed.

Q: Could you explain?

P: No.

Q: Do you believe in life on other planets?

P: Does it matter? Life's either there or it's not. My belief changes that not one wit.

Q: Well, Phred, it looks like were up against a hard break. Great talking to you. See you next week.

P: Remember. Ed.

1 comment:

Chris Aable said...

The answer "no" to the question "Is life the highest value" appears self-contradictory, as does the rest of the answer: "A life lived 'freely' is the highest value" -

"A desire to live is the greatest value, because without living, there can be no values, including health, satisfaction, accomplishment happiness, and freedom. We must first have to begin with the desire to live."
- Chris Aable, author, "What is Self-Evolution?"

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