|Weird complicated game thing
||[Mar. 8th, 2005|08:29 pm]
|||||Saosin - Bury your head||]|
1 - leave a comment, saying you want to be interviewed.
2 - I will respond; i'll ask you five questions.
3 - you'll update your journal with my five questions, and your five answers.
4 - you'll include this explanation.
5 - you'll ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed.
[interviewed by xbrokemywingsx]
1. If you had to live the life of any character from a book, who would it be and why? - Thats a tricky one, I think I'm glad I'm not any of the people I've read about in books. I guess if I had to pick one it would probably be Richard Feyman because he made a lot of important contributions, met lots of cool people, basically had a kickass life it seems like. If you mean fictitious characters, I think I'd choose Jonathan Livingston Seagull, which you can really only understand if you've read that book. (if you havent you definitely should because its amazing)
2. Who have you lost touch with that you'd like to get back in touch with? Why? A wholllllle bunch of my friends down in CT. I could list for hours. Also a bunch of people I've known really well online but never gotten the chance to meet.
3. You can meet anyone in the world. Who do you meet and why? What would you do? - In all honesty, Albert Einstein. I feel weird saying that because nowadays hes not even thought of as a scientist anymore, hes just this huge icon, this symbol. But honestly what that guy did with his head is the most ridiculous, incredible shit ever. I'd probably want to go eat a meal and then play chess and talk about math and physics and stuff. After that I'd want to jam with me on guitar and him on his violin...hell yeah.
Oh and also....one person Id REALLY love to be able to meet is my grandfather, because he died when I was 8. And even though I loved him, I've learned so much about him since then and hes one of the people I respect the most in the world, and I'd love to be able to talk with him as an adult.
4. If you had to follow strictly one type of philosophy for the rest of your life, what would that be?
Probably Buddhism. I dont agree with every aspect of it (like the reincarnation stuff), but in terms of philosophy I think Buddhism is very much right for me.
5. If you could have any skill (not supernatural) that you don't have now, what would it be?
I want to get much better at composing music. Im making babysteps, but whenever I finish a piece of music or art or whatever it gives me such enormous satisfaction.