A Solstice Tradition: Ask Roger Anything

This is actually the one time in the year when your responses are vital to my blogging.

OK, so the solstice was actually yesterday at 23:09; this is close enough.

This is one of those times of the year when you get to ask Roger just about anything. Did I suggest “just about”? Nay, I say, anything, ANYTHING. Now, faced with a TMI question, I will, undoubtedly, make use of my obfuscation skills; I don’t use them that much these days, but in my 20s, I was really quite good at it. Still, I can’t out-and-out lie.

Since I now feed this blog to my Facebook and Twitter feeds, I am actively requesting folks that find me that way to participate as well. You are not limited to one query, either, but as many as you are moved to share.

This is actually the one time in the year when your responses are vital to my blogging. The home office gets a little warm, so if I get no questions at all, I’ll be forced to post summer-themed videos thrice a week, or the like, and I did a lot of them LAST summer, so all the good ones are taken, leaving stuff such as The Jamies doing Summertime, Summertime. Easy for me, of course, but probably not that exciting for you; think of this task as enlightened self-interest.

Author: Roger

I'm a librarian. I hear music, even when it's not being played. I used to work at a comic book store, and it still informs my life. I won once on JEOPARDY! - ditto.

8 thoughts on “A Solstice Tradition: Ask Roger Anything”

  1. If you could pose God just one question, what would it be…aside from the meaning of life, the universe, and everything in it?

  2. If you could have a conversation with any famous person, dead or alive, who would you pick?

  3. Here is a hard one Roger! Who do you think will win the presidential election? Did you get the new Paul McCartney Album? what do you think of it?

  4. Is there a limit on number?

    – What historical figure do you most identify with?
    – Who do you think was the most evil person who ever lived?
    – What’s the most heartbreaking novel you’ve ever read?

  5. At the risk of provoking a more political post than you might wish…how bad do you think a Romney presidency might be? (I, as you might suspect, think it would be an absolute train wreck that might make us pine for the days of George W. Bush.)

    What’s a movie or book that you were convinced you would hate and ended up liking a good deal?

    Are there any careers you’d like to see your daughter pursue? Or, on the flip side, any careers you would be deeply troubled to see her pursuing?

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