Have you ever had a supernatural experience?
Ah, good memories... I remember that many years ago I was crossing the Republic of the Congo in a battered convertible with a friend. You know, one thing led to another and so we did "it" in the woods, under the moon, in the heart of nature.
Can you tell me the square root of 141432465?
No, numbers with so many digits could only be telephone numbers, not real numbers.
I read that you will soon be busy with a charity eating marathon. Would you tell us why'd you decide to undertake such an effort?
I had to for a clause in my last contract, which prescribed me to increase the number of charity events I attend.
And how long have you been feeling an urge to fight anemia?
In confidence, I couldn't care less about it.
Do you do your own shopping?
I'm so absorbed in doing very paramount things that I can't care about such technicalities. Actually, I hire a group of Yale PhDs to compile my grocery list and pass it along to a squad of pro buyers scattered around the world. For the clothes, which are always critical, I ever have a team of stand-in, one for each body part.
In an essay published on Journal of Practical Epistemology, prof. Jim A. Martin described your roles as "a tragic epitome of latest contextual vitalism". Anything to add?
It is clear that in his last letter printed on Canadian Journal of Mathematical Linguistics, dr. Raymond O. Collins totally rebutted that incoherent theory.
What’s the best sound in the world?
Probably it is the calming clink of two emeralds caressing each other. However, my agent urges you to write instead something more suitable for publication, say, "the consoling purr of a content kitten" or "the first 'mom' of your newborn".
An imaginary character you recognize as a part of your life?
In a sense, Indiana Jones, because of our deep clever eyes. In my imagination we both enjoy the company of cute weasels.
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