Not going to tag people either… do it if you feel like it.
1. Who was your best friend? Chris Wiser
2. What sports did you play? None. I was in the marching band.
3. What kind of car did you drive? A white 1980 Dodge Mirada.
4. Itâ€™s Friday night, where are you at? Either at a football game, hanging out at home, or over at Chris’s.
5. Were you a party animal? Hell no. I wasn’t even entirely social. :-)
6. Were you in the â€œIn Crowdâ€? That’s a joke, right?
7. Ever skip school? Not without permission (say for touring colleges).
8. Ever smoke a cigarette? Nope.
9. Were you a nerd? Nope, I was (and still am) a geek.
10. Did you ever get suspended/expelled? Nope, but a couple of projects we did in Government class got us damn close…
11. Can you sing the Alma Mater? It has words? (I only ever played it as part of the band.)
12. Who was your favorite teacher? Mr. Tumlinson. Ms. Gray was a close second.
13. Favorite class? English, Advanced Social Studies, and Band.
14. What was your schoolâ€™s full name? Klein Oak High School.
15. School mascot? The Panthers.
16. Did you go to Prom? Yep… and got called either the Phantom, Dracula, or even Batman by one guy. (I was wearing an opera cape.)
17. Would you go back again and do it over? Uh… NO.
18. What do you remember most about graduation? That idiot Mr. Schwettmann mispronouncing my middle name. If you were watching me closely you could see me muttering obscenities under my breath as I got on stage.
19. Favorite memory of senior year? Er… heh. I’ll get back to you on that.
20. Were you ever posted on the senior wall? I do not speak the English.
21. Did you have a job your senior year? I worked at my mom’s office doing filing during the Christmas and summer breaks.
22. Who did you date? I dated Malinda Brown the second half of the school year (and after).
23. Have you gained weight since then? Unfortunately, yes.
24. What did you do after graduation? I went to college, stayed there longer than I should have in a mjor I didn’t like, left, learned computer repair, got a series of jobs in computers, until I reached where I am today… no college degree, but in a nice and comfortable job.