March 07, 2005

Some Questions

1.Please describe for my readers the essence of mu-nuvia, and its importance to the greater blogosphere.

Mu-Nu is the best supported host site around.

2.You list Pink Lady Apples as a favorite food. Describe the taste sensation of this rare treat.

Simple: sweet, crisp, and a distinctly feminine name.

3.Compared to Rusty, Robbo and Steve (llama-butchers), you seem rather normal, as those are the only mu-nu vian blogs I read regularly, are you more the exception than the rule, or vice verse?

Ummm, I don't know. Are we at MuNu that exceptionally different in terms of normalcy? I really don't know.

4.What did you do to cause Glenn to cry? Did it involve saving a puppy from his nefarious grasp?

I joined The Alliance and created a quote. However, it would be my tremendously affective writing that would cause Ol' Glenn to cry. Or maybe the lack of quality in my writing....

5.Describe your favorite TV shows this season. If you donít watch TV, tell us about a book that youíve read and highly recommend.

Girl Meets God. Fabulous, lyrical writing of a Jewish girl who becomes a Protestant Christian. She sees such rich connection between the faiths, and finds such a self-depracting way to tell her story so the reader at once relates and yet, with her, desires to rise above the limitations our common humanity imposes on us. I laughed. I reflected. I wondered. Not many religious books are so beefy without overloading theology.

And, because I can never read just one, The Unthinkable Thoughts of Jacob Green, written by Joshua Braff. It is a hysterical and poignant coming-of-age story of a young boy who must come to terms with his temperamental and arbitrary father.

Thanks for the interview, Jon.

Posted by Rae at March 7, 2005 08:37 PM
Comments

I remember being told to check-out "mu-nu" when the area that I started "blogging" in seemed to all be massive "left" and was having a hard time running into "right" minded bloggers. During the election, of course - when I my "weak" knowledge base was even more "miniature." Everyone was really nice but I wasn't looking for the "service" that was so obvious as I visited. Nothing lead to the "blog" feature. Invitational or something. "But," "Everyone" was really helpful and actually offered me a "place" out of kindness - but, I was technically unprepared to create something on such a "blank" canvas.

Posted by: chrys at March 7, 2005 10:48 PM

Thanks for playing Rae... don't forget, it is your turn to solicit five volunteers do be interviewed by you.

Peace.

Posted by: Jon at March 9, 2005 05:41 PM
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