Ah while ago, I agreed to be interviewed by my good blogging friend, Logtar. But I'm stupid and when he posted the questions for me, I could never find them. He kept trying to shame me into answering and I was too proud to admit I couldn't find the questions.
Finally, I broke down and told him I couldn't find the questions. And he kindly sent them to me so I can now give the long awaiting Big Orange Michael: The Logtar Interview 1. Give me top 5 qualities, in importance order that a woman should have to win BigOrange’s heart.Good conversation--to talk about the routine of daily life, the stuff that is important to her, me and us and to have the hard talks when we need them, a sense of humor, pretty eyes, someone whose faith and Christian walk is important to her and places that above everything else, including her, me and us and someone who likes kids and hasn't lost touch with her inner child.2. In ONE sentence sumarize Dr. Who. I know I am evil.The adventures of a Time Lord called the Doctor who journeys all through space and time with various male and female companions in his time machine, the TARDIS, putting right wrongs and having adventures. 3. If you could only watch one SCI-FI Show a week, excluding the one before, which one would it be?Currently in production (and that we can see on a U.S. network) : No question--Battlestar Galactica. If it was being shown here: Doctor Who4. What book have you read that you not only think has made you a better person but that everyone else should read? Bible excluded.A few weeks ago, I saw a couple of my on-line blogging friends reading a booked called Searching for God Knows What by Donald Miller. After reading their thoughts and reactions on it, I had to give it a read. And wow, this book was great. It's a well-written book on what the Christian faith is and what it means to be a Christian these days. It's written in a total conversational style that I enjoyed. I mean, reading it, I felt like I was across the table from Miller, having a beer and discussing all of this. And yet, it was profoundly moving...things in the faith and story of God that I take almost for granted and when I thought about them, I went--man, I should remember that more. It's a great book...go and get a copy and read it. 5. Everything in the universe can somehow be related back to Star Trek, so now I want you to relate a snail to Star Trek, also as a bonus, has there ever been one in an episode or movie?I get on the interstate and man, I think I'm going fast. But compared to the Enterprise, my little car is like a snail, driving along. As for a snail in an episode, not sure. But, the symbiote that lives inside of Dax is a slug...does that count?
posted by Michael Hickerson at 12/07/2005 02:47:00 PM