Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
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A very late Friday Five


From Friday5.org:

1. What bugs truly freak you out?
Ticks.

2. Which Bugs Bunny cartoon do you remember most fondly?
The one with Duck Season and Rabbit Season... hmm, let me look it up. Probably this one.

3. What bugs you most about your life online?
Having to deal with trolls, or more generally, people who seem broken in some way and take issue with me for reasons I can't fathom.

4. Which of your favorite websites seems often to be especially buggy?
Twitter. New problems every day!

5. When were you last too sick to get out of bed?
That was when I had a bad case of food poisoning. I haven't been back to that particular restaurant in over two years.


From thefridayfive:

1. What do you feel is the most important quality in a close friend?
Not interfering with my food photography would be plenty.

2. What is the one quality in a stranger you'd just met that would make you want to get to know them better?
I can't answer this, although there are numerous qualities that would make me not want to know them better.

3. What do you think is the most important quality in a good leader?
Keeping out of my way when I have a job to do.

4. What is the one thing that makes a child likable to you?
Not pulling my tail would be plenty. :)

5. What do you think is the one thing that makes a good parent (other than loving their children)?
Just keeping an eye on their children would be great. Too many parents let their kids run wild all over the place causing trouble.
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