Do you do your own shopping?
I'm so hard at work performing significant things for the humankind to care about things of little consequence. Usually, I retain a squad of Stanford dropouts to compile my grocery list and pass it along to a gang of pro buyers scattered around the world. For the garnments, which are always critical, I ever have a squad of surrogates, one for each body part.
Do you Google yourself often?
Say every two hours. But lately Google says "Including results for Ali Lyrter", who turns out to be a retired homoeopath from Phoenix. That's quite discouraging, but not as much embarassing as discovering that according to Yahoo my name sounds like a terrible obscenity in Klingonese.
If I may ask, how do you invest the considerable fortune you make?
I asked myself: "What people can not do without?" I discovered that the answer is root beer! So I bought 1300000 bottles of root beer which I amassed in my vaults, waiting for the price to go up.
Have you ever had a supernatural experience?
Every day! I mostly choose super-natural indie products, because I pay attention to my beauty and my supporters. For example, this week I have a fascination for tempeh and elk antler velvet, both fantastic with meat balls.
Do you have any superpower?
This is a scoop! Talking backwards. I think this is quite remarkable in stunning people with Danish progenitors.
In an essay published on European Journal of Humanistic Hedonism, prof. Gary O. Torres has observed that your roles are "a tragic personification of contemporary contextual constructivism". Any comment?
It is evident that in his recent paper appeared on Transactions on Qualitative Mechanicism, dr. Carl Clark utterly disproved that illogical observation.
If you could choose a someone to reincarnate in, who would it be?
Without doubt Immanuel Kant.
If you’re at karaoke, what’s your song of choice?
I have a great time singing "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran.
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