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QotD: Mind-Reading

Question: If you could read the mind of someone famous, who would it be and why?

My Answer: [Snide answer]: George W. Bush because I've already got enough going on in my day that I don't need any extra thoughts popping up unexpectedly. [Actual answer]: Steve Jobs. A bit cliché I'm sure, but the guy's got a lot going for him: he owns one of the most successful animation studios and computer/software makers in the world, is constantly in touch with unimaginably intelligent people, and has charisma to boot. He's a "complete package" so they say, and unlike, oh, Stephen Hawking, with Steve I probably have a chance of understanding what's going on. 🙂

You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your blog.

7 Responses to "QotD: Mind-Reading"

  1. A Clear Head

    Erik over at NSLog() Asks a question about who's mind you would like to be able to read. His satirical

  2. that taco bell dog.

  3. The current Pope. Why? To (a) Discover he's as male, human, randy and single-minded as we all are (OR) (b) To attempt to gain insight from one who has overcome all of the above.

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  5. Question of the Day

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  6. A Clear Head

    Erik over at NSLog() Asks a question about who's mind you would like to be able to read. His satirical...

  7. A Clear Head

    Erik over at NSLog() Asks a question about who's mind you would like to be able to read. His satirical answer at least made me chuckle. Laughter is precious. He has also done good things with his Moveable Type templates,...


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