interviews: March 2005 Archives

book meme

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The Trousered Ape passed me the challenge

1. You're stuck inside Fahrenheit 451. Which book do you want to be?
That is a tough one - because I would have to memorize it and recite it repeatedly. I would be responsible for seeing that the book did not pass into oblivion. I think that I would probably go for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, because it is not boring and the language is poetic enough to memorize easily.
2. Have you ever had a crush on a fictional character?
I don't get crushes.....
3. The last book you bought was . . .
French Women don't Get Fat. Hey, the Glad Gastronome suggested it and it was for sale at CostCo when I went by there last week...

4. The last book you read was . . .
America's Bishop: The Life and Times of Fulton J. Sheen by Thomas Reeves.

5. What are you currently reading?
French Women don't get Fat
The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History by Thomas Woods
Why Humanae Vitae Was Right by Janet Smith

6. Five books you would take to a desert island:
The Ronald Knox translation of the Holy Bible
The Complete Shakespeare
The Past through Tomorrow by Robert A. Heinlein
The 1940 Hymnal/1928 Prayer Book
Nouveau Petite Larousse Illustré. Dictionnaire Encyclopédique. (I didn't think I could get away with the Encyclopedia Britannica!)

7. What three people are you passing this stick on to and why?
Eutychus Fell I think that he has an interesting perspective on life
Father Shane Tharp of the Catholic Ragemonkeys - just to see what books he would have on his desert island!
Aisling, the Princess Mommy - because moms read too!

Kevin Miller


INterview Questions for Kevin Miller


1. You seem to be all over the blogosphere on matters of Catholic Medical Ethics. What is your day job, and how did you prepare for it?
2. If you were appointed president of a University, what would be the first change you would make?
3. Who is your favorite philosopher, and why?
4. What was the last book you read and enjoyed>
5. What do you see as the most important public action that Catholic families can take to promote the culture of life?

Interview #4


Dale posts his answers here
Kevin Miller asked for an interview - my questions will be up soon.

More interview questions

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My entries (this is 1600) and my comments (now at 1598 since I moved to are almost even!
Hilary asked for an interview - here you go, madame.
1. Who is Philothea and why are your blog posts mostly letters to her?
2. Is it true that you are planning to relocate to Malta? Is it more a matter of not liking where you are or of liking Malta?
3. Your email "quicustodiet66" looks like it comes from a famous Latin phrase about who will watch the guardians. Why did you choose this particular phrase?
4. What saint or biblical person would you most like to interview? What would be your first question?
5. What do you read for entertainment? (or do you read for entertainment?)

Nancy's answers

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1. Tell the rest of my readers a little bit about your kids (don't forget the adopted ones).
ALL of my kids??! Geez, everyone should be sitting...

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