I saw that Silverneurotic did this meme on her site and I kinda wanted to do it.
If you had to choose one vice in exclusion of all others what would it be? Coffee. Love the coffee.
If you could change one specific thing about the world what would it be? I want peace. So that means no war. And that also means the destruction of all nukes and crazy weaponry that kills people. So those things, but I also wish the world wasn't full of illnesses and diseases. But war is more our own fault, we have control over that, so it's more feasible to curtail!
Name the cartoon character you identify with the most. Daffy Duck is my boy! Although, I don't really think I'm like him, but he always makes me laugh, that surly bastard!
If you could live one day in your life over again which one would it be? I've had too many good days. Hard to choose one. Any day I've gotten to paint and also play basketball. Then gotten to hang out with friends. Loved days like that. Those were good times.
If you could go back in history and spend a day with one person who would it be? Leonardo da Vinci, but I don't speak Italian, so we'd have a communication problem. Hmmm, I'll go with my favorite painter, Ivan Albright. Well, I would have also really liked to have gotten to spend a day with my grandfather who passed away before I was born.
What is the one thing you lost, sold or threw away that you wish you could have back? My bike from Chicago. I miss it. I should've shipped it here, but I didn't. I'm really nostalgic about that bike, it was a road bike, manufactured by Giant in the 80s, nice colors, great frame. Together, we travelled all over Chicago.
What is your one most important contribution to this world. I try to be good to people. I try to spread positive energy, hehe, please disregard the previous post!
What is your one hidden talent that nearly no one knows about? I'm really a duckbill platypus, people never realize this talent.
What is your most cherished possession? My glasses or contacts. They let me see the world!
What one person influenced your life the most when growing up? Other than family, I'd have to say Michael Jordan. Seriously. I loved the guy's will, his determination, his work ethic. Sounds trite, but it's true. I felt that his work ethic was the key to his success, and in turn I always knew that no matter what, I wanted to bust my ass to improve myself in anything I did and just be the best that I could possibly be. Haha. I'm being truthful!
What one word describes you better than any other? I'll say 'ducky' for the hell of it.