|2020-11-23T18:12||[writing/homework age/highschool]||Composing and Essays Super|
- If you were stranded on a deserted island, what five CDs would you want with you?
Assuming I would have a means to listen to these plastic disks, I would bring my Monty Python compilation, my Weird Al CD, that CD in my CD wallet entitled “Good Songs Vol. 1”, my “Washaway” disk (really cool Ska), and lastly, all the Space Goast audio stuff I have on a CD.
- If you were sent to live on the deserted island, what three items from your house would you bring with you?
I would bring that really big butcher knife from the kitchen, a blanket, and the microwave oven, to marvel at.
- If you were sent to live on the deserted island for one year, what one person would you want with you?
I immediately think of two people: This one girl I know (HA!), or Aquaman
- If you were stranded on the deserted island, what kind of food would you miss the most?
The type of food I would miss the most would most definitely be…cheese
- If you had to sing one song in a talent show, what song would that be and why?
I think I would either sing the song “Spinning Wheel” by Blood, Sweat, and Tears, or “Italian Restaurant” by Billy Joel. I would sing “Spinning Wheel” because it is a good tune, and I would sing the Billy Joel song because I like that song too, and I wanted to get extra credit for mentioning Billy Joel in this assignment.
- What do you consider to be your talent?
I find that my greatest talent is to mutate everything
- What the best thing about school?
School is great because it forces you to confront views, facts, and people you may not otherwise meet. The way people deal with this environment is what perturbs me.
- What is the best thing about summer?
Summer, as opposed to school, is great because it creates a void of the latter. Summer in its own respect is great because life surrounds you in its prime, and you feel the same way.
- Where would you go if you could go anywhere on vacation?
I think I would go to the time before the dawn of man…you know, the time before TV?
- What celebrity would you most like to meet and why?
I would like to meet Daffy Duck just to see if he really was that daffy, or if it was clever acting.
If I had a five-member personal board of directors, I would have them review my decisions first as individuals, then as a unanimous whole. I would use this decision-making process because in this way I would be able to minimize argumentation betwixt the members, and to get one definite consensus from all of them.
The five members of my board would be Laura Walsh, Steven Wyatt (nonfictional), The Grand Poobah, Homer Simpson, and King Arthur (fictional). Laura and Steve are my good chums in real life. They would be on my board because individually and together they would do their best to think of my well-being. The Grand Poobah, if you do not know, is a character from the musical “The Mikado”. In the story, all of the bureaucrats to the Mikado (a monarch of sorts) all had gone away, save for one gifted individual. Instead of appointing new officials, the Mikado gave all the jobs to the one man left, and condensed all of his titles into one: The Grand Poobah. One line given by this character was giving advice to another official from all the points of views of his duties, as if he had multiple personalities. Homer Simpson was on there just because it would be hilarious, and King Arthur would be there for his high morality.