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Thursday, 13 October, 2011

My Exit Interview: Part 3

I just have a few more questions. Shall we continue with the interview, Mr. Walkenbach?

Sure. Whatever.

Given the opportunity, the wish list, the ability to mess about with the Space-Time Continuum, who from the past or present would you invite around to your place to enjoy a meal with and what would be your menu of choice?

Dorothy Killgallon. Liver and Onions.

What is the thing that you have done that has made you the proudest?

I don't know.

Did something change in your lifestyle (health concerns, aging, jamming, writing, exercise) that made continuing the blog less important?


If it's Obama vs Romney, who will win?

I have no idea, and I don't even care.

jwmontana Do you happen to have a photo of yourself sitting in front of an ancient computer?

As a matter of fact, I do.

On a deserted island, can have music by only three artist, who would they be?

I hate questions like that. Next.

What's something you know you do differently than most people?

Nothing. I do everything just like everyone else.

Cheers, Bon Voyage and what the heck will I fill my time with at work now?

That's your problem. Maybe try doing some work for a change.

Can I come spend a night at your place when I make my trip across the United States on my bicycle from Cape Canaveral?


Do you have any interview questions you'd like to ask individual commenters?


Is it true that your books were a major influence on writers as diverse as Tom Clancy, Douglas Adams and the guy from the book with the movie with Tom Hanks?

Are we finished here?

Yes. The bottom of the barrel has been scraped. Thank you for your time, Mr. Walkenbach.

Don't mention it.