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Great answers. I drove a black 02 Corvette with a 6 speed this weekend. Lots of fun.

One of the things I've come to realize is we all have dark sides--darker than most of us would like to admit. When we get in touch with that, as you seem to be doing, I don't think its quite as dangerous.

Thanks for the positive plug for Episcopal church. Lord knows (and He does) that we can use all the positive press we can get these days!

Oh, and thanks for being a good sport.


Hit me, baby, one more time...


1. What is the most embarassing thing your child has done in public?

2. Who is the most annoying celebrity and why?

3. What do you think of this wack job runaway bride?

4. Where would you like to retire to?

5. What is the most common misconception people have about you?


oooh--great questions. You are a natural. Glad someone took you up on the Interview Game this time!

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