|Title originally came from high school ACT|
In terms of figuring out what their poo said about them, a few years ago, I remember waiting around the Cleveland Cavaliers home locker room along with some fellow staff members as the media tried to snag quotes from players prior to that evening's tip-off. I vividly recall power forward Carlos Boozer, now with the Chicago Bulls, exiting the bathroom and advising anyone within earshot to "not go in there".
I also got some great coaching advice from a guy named Kenny Fisher and I'd like to pass it along. A lot of times the athletes we coached would tense up and get anxious before competition. He would tell them that being successful on the field was like taking a really good dump. You know, the kind where you just let go and let it happen and didn't think about it a whole lot. I'd like to give a personal shout out to Kenny for coaxing some personal bests out of our athletes and for distilling Deepak Chopra down to a level I can understand.
|Hopes to have a synchronized poo |
with Carl Winslow fans
-Favorite former password: fart77
This is so ironic you asking me this! Back when AOL was first around, my mom was trying to use it, but got confused. I had to pick out her password, which I made 'fart55' with the 55 being the year she was born. Our family thought it was funny, so my sister made hers 'fart80'. I was born in '78, but I didn't want them to know my password, so I made it 'fart77'.
I used that password for everything, including my MacBook. One day, my computer crashes and I have to take it to the Genius Bar. The guy asked me to write down my password, which I asked if I really had to. I pushed the paper back to him on the counter and he gave me this super weird look. Then like four people walked by and saw it. It was so embarrassing.
-Nicole Maris was a character in the 1999 film Drive Me Crazy. What do you think would make me crazy?: Gum smacking
-As a former synchronized swimmer, if you jiggled your ankle, would everyone have to jiggle their ankle, too?: Yeah, if it was part of the routine and in time.
-You claim to have a Carl Winslow, a character in Family Matters, conversation with someone random every two to three months. Have you thought about inviting a person over to watch a re-run and snack on some Tostitos Rounds and Minute Maid Lemonade?: Maybe I should do that next time. I bring it up with the person how odd it is. And those people say they have the same experience.