Friday, July 8, 2011

You Ask, I Answer


OK Chris K, I'm in.  And I agree, this was a great idea, Colleen.


So that means you can ask me anything you want.  And like Chris says, no subject is too serious or frivolous.  But unlike Chris says, I am going to obligate myself to answer everything**

What do you want to know? 

Feel free to go nuts.  After all what's better for a guy who likes to talk about himself than the chance to talk about himself?  You'll be doing me a huge favor by asking a question - I'll be able to BS my way through a blog post without having the added pressure of deciding on a topic.  It's like Christmas and a birthday all wrapped up in one.

I am ready, show me what you got....let's call end-of-day Tuesday as the deadline for questions.


** Policy subject to change without prior notice

14 comments:

ajh said...

Okay here goes.......

What would be the most important thing for a beginning cyclist to do for speed improvement?

What is a place you have never cycled in that you would like to?

Is there a terrain that would be be too daunting for you to cycle in?

Jennifer said...

Before you were an athlete, back in the dark days, what did you think when you saw guys in spandex?

ONEHOURIRONMAN said...

In your photo, you appear to be mimicking Eminem... head down, visor down.
Eminem usually uses a hoodie when he does this pose. What inspired you to use the ball cap??

XLMIC said...

What size running shoes do you wear and is that the same size dress shoes you wear?

What was your first pet?

Did you do any sports as a kid?

What inspires you?

Do you ever cry at movies? Which ones?

What would you choose for your last meal?

Chris K said...

1) If you could see any band in the world tomorrow, all expenses paid and all obligations are handled, who do you pick?

2) Where do you think you will be living in 10 years?

3) What are five things on your bucket list?

4) On a scale of 1-10, what would your rate your desire to do Kona?

5) Are you a metrosexual?

6) Are you okay wearing shirts with vertical strips? what about horizontal stripes?

Chris K said...

And, you are supposed to pick 5 other Bloggers for this award. Get on that. Pick XLMIC.

Kate said...

Along the lines of ajh's questions...tips for hill climbing, ways to get better at it? (and I know hill repeats, but anything specific on them other than pedal pedal pedal?)

Caroline said...

If you could have dinner with anyone who would it be?

Are you happy? I hope you are.

First concert you have ever been to?

The one you would have liked to see?

Do you like Canadians? :)

Guilty pleasure? you can say you watch Real Housewives of OC we will not juge.

how did you propose?

Luke or Han Solo?

Mike said...

What would you like us to ask about so you can talk about it? I'll ask that question, so open floor for you :-).

XLMIC said...

What is your most favorite 10 minutes of a triathlon race?

What is your least favorite 10 minutes of one?

What is your favorite workout?

What is your plan for increasing your rate of turnover in your swim? Specifically.

Have you ever had any cavities?

Did you have braces?

Did you ever get punched in the face so hard you saw stars or passed out?

Kovas said...

Would you consider a business booking bands at triathlons?

How would Mary describe you? (guestpost!)

If Ian started a band, would you be happy or cringe?

Any more triathlons for Ian?

Colleen said...

Oooh... Hope the answer to Kovas' first question is yes! That would be awesome!

If you could have any super power, what would it be?

TRI714 said...

First off how are you going to answer these ? Via e-mail = boring. They have to be answered as another blog I hope.

1. What is going through your mind when the tempo is beyond high. Let's say when it is push another 100 meters and make it, or let up and get cracked. What are you telling yourself ?

2. How the hell did Doc Martens ever get so popular ?

3. can you sing ?

4. are you and your wife planning on more kids ?

5. Unlimited $$ - build a bike, what is it and what's on it ?

Dash said...

Mine is two part (and I'm asking it of everyone who is doing the Q&A).

When you run, are you a greeter, ie, do you wave at an approaching runner or do you look away?

If you are a greeter, does it bug you when the other person looks the other way and doesn't acknowledge you?

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