What Is Your Most Frequently Used Emoji?
I don't know if there's a particular body part that I focus on. Perhaps the eyes. I tend to notice clothing; it's more of a statement about that person than their body would suggest, as it's more of a conscious choice.What is the first thing you notice in a person when you see them?
I do sometimes, although right now my watch is in little bits; I'm repairing it and I haven't gotten around to putting it back together again. (Thanks for reminding me.)Do you wear a watch?
Kung pao chicken (my go-to meal at Chinese restaurants) and some Thai wonton soup.Last meal you had?
I actually use all 10. Also, my hands are rather large, so I sometimes end up stretching them out in weird ways.How many fingers do you use when you type on a computer keyboard?
I do, but I never seem to have the time. Mostly I enjoy non-fiction.Do you like to read, if so, what?
I would guess my phone, or laptop. It's funny, but even as someone in the IT industry, I don't usually use a lot of conspicuous tech. Most of the useful things I carry with me are things like flashlights, pens and pads, camp sets, tissues, knives, and tape measures. People seem surprised when I yank one out of my pocket.What's your favorite tech device?
For the most part, no, I don't think so. I like to know what I'm dealing with at any given time.Do you like or dislike surprises? Why or why not?
Broadly, people who lack imagination. There are an awful lot of people out there who cannot conceive of a world that's different than their own. They harbor this abject, unreasoning fear and loathing of what exists past their own mailbox, and anything new is automatically rejected without consideration. Much of the reason why I'm no longer in politics is that I felt that nobody was actually considering what I was saying: they're fine living with something that they know is wrong as long as it's somehow comforting for them.What kind of people do you not like?
My car, or I walk.What transport you take
"Oh, that guy."What are 3 words that describe you best?
Yep. I'm a tenor, though I can tend down into high bari and have some usable falsetto, though not as much as I used to, I don't think. People have described my voice as very clear, so I tend toward crooning. Vintage and classic rock, old R&B, jazz, and showtunes.Can you sing?
Have been. And did. Each time.If you were getting married, would you write your own vows?