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Favorite band: Caravan
Favorite song: For Richard
Favorite album: For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night
Favorite sport: Baseball
Favorite instrument: 5 string banjo
Favorite drummer: Bonham
Favorite composer: Bartok
Favorite hobby: Astrophotography
Favorite exercise: Backpacking
Favorite fruit: Peach
Favorite rock: Granite
Favorite TV show: Star Trek
Favorite college: Cal
Favorite beer: Anchor Liberty Ale
Favorite author: Eric Nylund
Favorite movie: Holy Grail
Favorite underwear: Boxers
Favorite city: Amsterdam
Favorite animal: Tardigrade
Favorite subject: Physics
Favorite candy: Licorice (black)
Favorite basketball coach: John Wooden
Favorite scotch: Ardbeg 10
Favorite baseball team: Padres
Favorite lead guitarist: Martin Barre
Favorite rhythm guitarist: Pye Hastings
Favorite coffee: Black like my men
Favorite animal: Tardigrade
Favorite airplane: Spitfire
Favorite Muppet: Scooter
Favorite color: Blue…no yelloooooooooooooo
Favorite musical: Pump Boys and Dinettes
Favorite Shakespeare history: Richard III
Favorite Shakespeare comedy: Much Ado about Nothing
Favorite Shakespeare tragedy: King Lear
Favorite book: Watership Down
Favorite mint: Spearmint
Favorite galaxy: M51

PM me if you want to know more favorites. I’ll add them.

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augustlan's avatar augustlan said

Yay! Congrats on 20k!

November 3rd, 2013

Aethelwine's avatar Aethelwine said

Regarding your answer:

Thank you for answering. We are getting the shot today.

January 9th, 2013

Tropical_Willie's avatar Tropical_Willie said

Regarding your answer:


July 11th, 2012

augustlan's avatar augustlan said as a moderator:

Hey! You’ve asked our Question of the Day!

September 21st, 2011

Ladymia69's avatar Ladymia69 said

Funny story. My husband and I live in Charleston, SC (nicknamed the “holy city” because there is a church on every corner). His views on the mind are probably roughly similar to yours. A couple of weeks ago, he was choosing a “primary care physician” on his new insurance plan. His way to pick one out was to call each doctor’s office and ask the receptionist “Does this doctor believe in God?” On the first call, the woman said “Oh, yes, of course.” I don’t know if she was answering for herself or for the doctor, but Mike just hung up. He figures if a doctor believes in god, then he is not going to have a very good hold on realism, so he probably isn’t going to be a great doctor.

June 25th, 2011