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57 Questions about Kent

December 16, 2008

In my quest to be completely objectively subjective. Or was it completely subjectively objective, I found a few memes I think they’re called to let you know some things about myself and my cohorts here.  I hope Jack Hammer approves.  Hopefully, there is not too much lint in these posts.  🙂

This one is called 57 Questions.

  1. What time did you get up this morning?   7:15
  2. Diamonds or pearls?  It depends on whether you’re talking about my nose or my eyebrow.
  3. What was the last film you saw?  A Discovery Channel series on DVD about a climb on Mt. Everest
  4. What is your favorite TV show?   Hannity and Colmes, which I’ve heard is now just Hannity
  5. What do you usually have for breakfast?  two eggs and two pieces of whole wheat toast, many times eaten in a tupperware container in commute traffic while driving
  6. What is your middle name?  Alan
  7. What food do you dislike?  Cooked celery
  8. What is your favorite CD at the moment?   A Best of Tchaikovsky CD
  9. What kind of car do you drive?  Toyota Sienna
  10. Favorite sandwich?  Po Boy
  11. Favorite dish on the Thanksgiving table?  Turkey
  12. What characteristics do you despise?  Apathy, Ambivalence, Self-centered
  13. Favorite item of clothing?  the first thing I put on in the morning
  14. If you could go anywhere in the world on vacation, where would you go?  Sierra Nevadas
  15. Favorite brand of clothing?  The kind in wrapping paper
  16. Where would you retire to?   A Good Church
  17. What was your most recent memorable birthday?  40 sticks out
  18. Favorite sport to watch live?  Whatever one my kids are playing
  19. Favorite sport to watch on TV?  Football
  20. When is your birthday?  April 13
  21. Are you a morning person or a night person?  Night
  22. What is your shoe size?  13
  23. Pets?  No
  24. Any new and exciting news you’d like to share with us?  My oldest son is graduating from high school.  I’m training two men to pastor at seminary level.  My parents will be married for 50 years in January.
  25. What did you want to be when you were little?  A high school student
  26. How are you today?  Joyful
  27. What is your favorite candy?   Chocolate
  28. What is your favorite flower?  Rose
  29. What is a day on the calendar you are looking forward to?  December 21
  30. What is your full name?  Kent Alan Brandenburg
  31. What are you listening to right now?  Nothing
  32. What was the last thing you ate?  Chicken Soup
  33. Do you wish on stars?  Um, no.
  34. If you were a crayon, what color would you be?  Orange
  35. How is the weather right now?  Rainy
  36. The first person you spoke to on the phone today?  My wife
  37. Favorite soft drink?  Cherry Coke
  38. Favorite restaurant?  Ruth’s Chris
  39. Real hair color?  Brown
  40. What was your favorite toy as a child? Wiffle ball
  41. Summer or winter?  Summer
  42. Hugs or kisses?  Hugs
  43. Chocolate or Vanilla?  Vanilla
  44. Coffee or tea?  Coffee
  45. Do you want your friends to email you back?  Yes
  46. When was the last time you cried?  Yesterday morning
  47. What is under your bed?  Boxes
  48. What did you do last night?  Lord’s Table
  49. What are you afraid of?  Ruining everything
  50. Salty or sweet?  Sweet
  51. How many keys on your key ring?  About 15
  52. How many years at your current job?  21
  53. Favorite day of the week?  Thursday
  54. How many towns have you lived in?  Six
  55. Do you make friends easily?  Yes
  56. How many people will you send this to?  8.5 billion
  57. How many will respond?  Not Enough


  1. December 16, 2008 at 10:23 am

    I think I knew most of this already, except that you would like to be an orange crayon. But I did notice a fettish with the number 13. I hope that doesn’t mean anything sinister.

    But it is very nice to know more about you. You’re not nearly as boring as Jeff, either. Only vanilla ONCE!

    December 17, 2008 at 8:24 pm


  3. December 17, 2008 at 10:59 pm

    No holes. Smooth. Like a regular baseball, except plastic. Skinny bat. The fat bat is fun, but it is cheating. Over the street, automatic home run. Street in the air, automatic double. No first baseman—throw to the pitcher for an out. We had the base paths worn in our yard on the side of the house where dad wasn’t sleeping after working graveyard.

    Yes. Covington boy nostalgia.

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