151. If you could choose any three songs to compile on a disc to wake up (slowly) to every morning, what would they be, and in what order?
Since I'm a terrible morning person, I'd go with:
1. "Break Stuff" by Limp Bizkit
2. "The Hey Song Part 2 (Instrumental)" - Gary Glitter
3. "I Get the Job Done" by Big Daddy Kane
152. If you could have witnessed the childhood of someone famous, whose would it be?
I would probably choose Simon Cowell. I can just imagine how much of a jerk he was to little kids as he insulted them with that snarky British accent of his. Would make for some entertaining times.
153. If you could keep only keep one book you currently own, which would you choose?
154. If you could have known someone as a child that you now know, who would it be?
There are a couple of friends and former co-workers who would be interesting to know, but I'd have to go with my wife.
155. If one aspect of your life functioned perfectly forevermore, what would you pick?
My dedication and/or obedience to my faith. If that was perfect, wouldn't everything else in my life simply fall in line?
156. If you could eliminate one thing other people’s children do, what would it be?
Public display of rudeness, showing no manners, or complete lack of respect for others. We've all dealt with it, nothing worse than a child who is not disciplined at home, who takes his/her antics on the road as well.
157. If you could give hair back to any balding person you know, who would you pick?
158. If you had to name the one thing that really makes your day, what would it be?
My wife's smile, if I'm lucky, her laugh.
159. If you could change one thing about your country’s history, what would you alter?
Slavery/Racism. Imagine if that never happened, how different things would be in this nation. We've spent the last 100 years trying to mend fences, and there is still plenty of work to be done.
160. If you had to eliminate one emotion from your life, which would it be?
Frustration. What's that phrase? Keep calm, and carry on. I like that a lot.