What was your first radio job? Interning for the Big B.A. & Iris Harrison at KGON...
What was the first album that you purchased? K-Tel's Dyn-A-Mite compilation and a 45 of Sailcat's Motorcycle Mama.
What was your first concert? Ted Nugent's Free For All tour with the opening act of Lynyrd Skynyrd. My second was Rush w/ Sweet & Uriah Heep. After those it's all a blur.
What’s your proudest moment? Easy...the birth of my son
What’s your favorite aspect of radio? All the chocolate.
What do you like least about radio? All the pimples.
What's your favorite thing about living in Portland? Portland itself and to know I was born here.
Who are your favorite writers? Who does those Captain Underpants books?
What is your greatest fear? Spam, or lack of...
Which living person do you most admire? My son.
What is your most marked characteristic? That I’m still alive.
What is your most treasured possession? My CD collection, now over 6000 strong. It has it's own personality.
What is your motto? We are all just leaves and no matter how much we fight it; the wind still blows us over into the next yard.
What do you consider your two greatest achievements? Being on air at KINK and memorizing every line of Spinal Tap.
If you were to die and come back as a person or thing, what do you think it would be? Willie Nelson’s garden...
What characteristic do you most admire in other people? Patience, tolerance & intelligence.
What characteristic do you least like in other people? Ignorance & halitosis.
Which talent would you most like to have? Pedicures without the aid of tools...that and cat juggling.
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? The ability to tolerate Steven Seagal movies.
What is your greatest regret? I feel that I have not lived that chapter yet...
What is the most surprising thing about you? Very little earwax.
What is your idea of happiness? Questionnaires like this one and more seasons of The Trailer Park Boys...
If you could have a conversation with one person - dead or alive - who would it be? Jesus...with a hard J, not soft.