TWENTY Ques­tions

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It’s Sun­day morn­ing. What are you hav­ing for break­fast? Honey Nut Chee­rios and cof­fee

If you didn’t do what you do for a liv­ing, what would you be? Let’s see. Right now I am semi re­tired and do some con­sult­ing. Prob­a­bly if I wasn’t do­ing that I would be a pro­fes­sional fish­ing guide !!!! Lol.

Who’s your hero?

Well in my child­hood it would have been George Reed from the Rid­ers. Now I have so many of them and in par­tic­u­lar all of those peo­ple who fight and sup­port the fight against cancer on a daily ba­sis.

Last book you couldn’t put down? Life ac­cord­ing to an as­tro­naut, Plus my own. Lol.

Who was your child­hood celebrity crush? Can’t say that I had one. Maybe teen years those Far­rah Fawcett posters.

What’s the last song you down­loaded? Mon­ster Truck ... Don’t Tell Me How to Live.

If you could see one con­cert, what would it be? El­ton John.

What’s the best thing about Win­nipeg? Hard to nail down one thing but I do be­lieve it is the peo­ple ... cer­tainly isn’t the Win­ter or mos­qui­toes

... peo­ple are gen­er­ous, thought­ful, and pride­ful.

What’s your weird­est habit? You may have to ask my wife that one. I am a bit OCD and drive my wife crazy. When I get some­thing on my mind I don’t let go.

What’s your big­gest pet peeve? Peo­ple who gos­sip and who are into ev­ery­one’s busi­ness.

What’s your fast-food guilty plea­sure? Frostys from Wendy’s.

What was your most em­bar­rass­ing mo­ment? Prob­a­bly the day I pulled out of the bomber of­fice on my har­ley and for­got to un­lock the front forks. Fell right over. Thank good­ness Rick Lowey was there to get the bike off of me.

Which per­son, alive or dead, would you like to have din­ner with? Prob­a­bly Cal Mur­phy. I so en­joyed my time play­ing and work­ing for him. We didn’t al­ways see eye to eye on things but had a great re­la­tion­ship.

What’s your favourite va­ca­tion des­ti­na­tion? Our win­ter home in St. George. Utah.

What is your favourite TV show? Last man stand­ing.

What’s your favourite movie? Any of the Ex­pend­able movies

If you could have one su­per power, what would it be? In­vis­i­bil­ity

What’s the one thing you haven’t done that you’d love to do? Seen all of my grown chil­dren find a life­long and be­yond part­ner ... get­ting close but not there yet.

If we’re buy­ing, you’re hav­ing .... If it is din­ner, prob­a­bly my wife Heidi’s fish and chips

What are your words to live by? “As one per­son I can­not change the world ... but I can change the world of one per­son”. — Paul Shane Spears

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