A. Who knows? Maybe never.
Q. Will you describe what is currently on the walls of your office?
A. Yes. A poster for The Rocker, featuring Rainn Wilson in cowboy boots, mascara and a tiger-print briefs, placed there by a co-worker. A stuffed monkey doll wearing a t-shirt that reads "I Heart Chicago", also placed there by a co-worker. A list of farmer's markets in San Antonio. Print-outs of the Casey Lynch comic that nvonflue and I did a while back. A holiday/pay calendar for Yellow Rectangular Border Publishing. An 8x10" glossy publicity photo of Neko Case. A cartoon calamityjon did of Gorilla Grodd singing "This Day is Bananas". An Office calendar, this month featuring Toby "The Human Fart" Flenderson. A mini-poster of Iron Maiden's zombie mascot, Eddie.
Q. Can you name the most creative way someone has yet come up with to get out of hanging around with you on your upcoming trip to Los Angeles?
A. Yes. erindubitably moved to Scotland.
Q. What would you do if you were really hungry, but you forgot to take medication today and your reflux is so bad that the thought of food makes you want to vomit sulfuric acid?
A. I would write a Carcass song about it.
Q. If you were an interviewee for the Onion AV Club's 'Random Rules' feature, what songs would you be rambling on and on about?
A. "Stay Tuned" by Gang Starr; "In a Doorway" by Moondog; "Rats" by the Kinks; "No Time" by the Mono Men; "Play with Fire" by the Rolling Stones; "Magneto and the Titanium Man" by Paul McCartney & Wings; "Sinnerman" by Peter Tosh; "48 Hours" by the Clash; "The World's Address" by They Might Be Giants; "Elfenspiel (Play of the Elves") from Franz Berwald's Overtures; "Soul City" by Southern Culture On The Skids; and "Teenage Riot" by Sonic Youth, apparently.
Q. Is this something that you think should be a regular feature on your LiveJournal?
A. You tell me.
Q. As of the end of this month, how many Eurovision Song Contest winners will you have interviewed?