01. Leave me a comment saying, "Interview me."
02. I respond by asking you five questions of a very intimate and creepily personal nature. Or not so creepy/personal.
03. You WILL update your LJ with the answers to the questions.
04. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the post.
05. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.
These are questions asked by offcourse:
1. Do you like where you live?
Technically I do, however I was born and raised here so there's a part of me that wants to move and live elsewhere in this country, or explore another country. Though as I'm gaining more knowledge about where I do live, economically, demographically and culturally, I don't regret being here. Sure there are flaws, but what place doesn't have flaws within its system? I live in a very diverse state (California), as well as a united country and despite the imperfections, I don't take anything for granted. I would like to travel, visit and possibly live somewhere else in this world sometime in the near future though.
2. If money didn't matter, where in the world would you live?
That's a question I've contemplated for a while, because there are places where I sure would like to travel to, which is different to actually living in one specific location. So, probably either in Japan or someplace in Southeastern Asia.
3. Who is your favorite character on House?
Besides Greggory House himself (because really, who doesn't have him as their top favorite character?), Cuddy and Chase.
4. If you got sent to prison, which Prison Break character would you want to be cellmates with?
Michael Scofield, hands down and no contest. Though in the series, Fox River State Penitentiary is an all male prison so that would be difficult, however in fantasyland if I were sent to prison for whatever reason I would definitely want Michael to be my cellmate. Not only because he's incredibly handsome and charming, but also because he's an intelligent man with swift, witty comebacks that are often lost on the other prisoners. Plus, he'll be able to break us out and we'll become fugitives together. My second choice would be Fernando, because he's hilarious but also is streetsmart, which when confined within prison walls you need something that won't get you humiliated, beaten up (or killed) by other inmates.
5. If you got sent to prison, which Prison Break character would you most NOT want to be cellmates with?
T-Bag. He's one creepifying man, very scary, and completely dominating of other inmates to a very violent and disgusting degree. Definitely not the kind of guy you'd want to be associated with, let alone become cellmates.
Our weather is completely screwed, like upside down and turned over kind of screwed. In case people aren't aware of the conditions that's happening, like Arizona getting an unexpected snowstorm hit and other places getting either snow or rain where it never occurred before, California is suffering from the lack of rainfall. We're below our average weather conditions. We've recieved the lowest count of rain this passed autumn and winter seasons. It's cloudless with bitter cold air, which as a result I've actually had a case of irritated skin on my hands because of less moisture in the air (which has never happened to me before, so I was concerned). I'm just praying that we do get rain here eventually, either in the upcoming weeks or come springtime. But either way, our climate is changing whether we like it or not.
Fandom-wise, Psych finally returned with an all new episode last Friday, and the second-half of the Battlestar Galactica third season premiered last night (which I'll review a little later). Tonight, Heroes also returns! Yays!