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Bruce, Caroline

Give me Five Questions More, Only Five Questions More

A variant on this five-questions thing that's going around. I'm going to throw the door wide open here, because I seriously doubt anyone will bite, anyway.

I will answer any five questions thrown at me by anyone. One way or another, I will not refuse to answer any question. The form or substance of the answer may not be what you were expecting, but answered it shall be.

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I'm not the best at being creative with questions, but I think I'll throw caution to the wind and see what happens.

1. You're the president of the Coca-Cola company. If any, what long-lost soft drink item would you put back on the market. Or, alternately, are there any changes you would make to the product line at all?

2. Supposing you are given access to a vehicle that not only would take you through space and time, but could also send you to any fictional universe of your choice. Where would you go, either by yourself or with Caroline?

3. You just received a mysterious package with a radio that can receive any radio signals transmitted in time. This means you can select a given month, day and year and you can hear what radio sounded like on that day. Or, you could even just pick a year. What would you be listening to?

4. A major ketchup manufacturer ahs come to you and offered you a free vanity line of ketchup. You can choose how the bottle is designed, what the label is like, and what sort of ketchup, as in plain, spicy, added colors or whatnot . What would your custom vanity ketchup be like?

5. Unfortunately, I just plumb run out of ideas, so there will be no question five at this point. We apologize for the inconvenience.
um, 42?
I might think twice about this later; but you gotta ask me some, if I ask you! So...

1. If you could find another job, what would it be?
2. How many emal lists are you on- or approximately how many?
3. If you could travel anywhere in the world (and yes, with Caroline) where would you go?
4. What started your fascination with poles?

the Phoenix