Since I am so bummed that no one is just itching to interview me for their magazine, I am creating a interview for myself on all the questions I would like to be asked. I am not sure why I am doing this, my best guess is need for attention and lack of sleep last night. Indulge me and you will be rewarded.
Rachel, how did you come up with the name of this blog?
It was my fortune at China City... No, Actually it was my Myspace motto when that site was still cool. (Whatever happened to Myspace? Did Tom die?) I figured since society is going downhill fast, I should let it be known that I in some way have contributed to that.
What inspires your blog entries?
You mean besides Spanish folklore? Everything. Remember Harriet the Spy? That's basically my blog but about 15 years older and more profane. I observe, experience, and become annoyed by things and they end up in my "notebook". My notebook of course being my nifty blog.
Do you think people like to read your blog?
Probably not. I think they would, if they actually clicked the link in all the places I spam it. It's not hard to read, I use small words and my posts are fairly short. Even so, it's bypassed time and time again for Texts from Last Night. Not that I blame them. That site rules.
Do you ever shut up?
Nope. Never. Negative. No way, José. That's about as effective as asking politicians if they ever shut up. And they don't. I have an opinion on almost everything for example Lego's.
Yes, I think you should be creative and not buy those pre-thought-out "build it" sets. I mean that's totally cheating. If you are too stupid to put together the death star on your own without precounted pieces, why bother? Lego's were invented for creative people. Those build it sets with their instructions and diagrams are like paint by number books. An abomination.
Wow, that's a really useless opinion.
Yeah? And you are a really useless interviewer.
This didn't exactly turn out the way I wanted it to. Anyone want to interview me?
Now that's how Lego's are supposed to work.