The voice of my co-worker Harold. Also, his presence in front of my eyes.
2. Glass: is it half full or half empty? And if it's half full, what is it half full of? If it's half empty, was it good? Do you need me to top it off for you?
I guess half empty as I consider myself pragmatic or realistic, which can often be mistaken for pessimism. I heard this great thing on the radio once. The pessimists see the glass as half empty. The optimists see it as half full. The engineer sees the glass with liquid in it and asks, why did they build a glass that's twice as big as it needs to be? For the record, I do not really like engineers, but I would have to agree with the way they view the world sometimes.
I'm not answering the other questions in this set because I just don't know. And, I wouldn't want to speculate.
3. Are you registered to vote?
Yes, but I did not vote this last time. I make it a point to always be registered to vote, while never actually exercising that right.
4. If you could be George Bush for an hour, what fun hijinks would you get George into?
Allow myself to be buggered. Hire an unknown photographer to take pictures of the act of buggering. Also hire a videographer to video it all and hire a good sound person to capture key moments of the buggering on digital tape. And then in September of 2004, have it set up to leak the information to CNN with the explanation that I enjoy sex with men very much more than sex with women. Maybe for good measure, have Vice President Dick Cheney do the buggering. Sure, they'll get the homosexual vote, but pretty much this will mark the end of their political careers. Fortunately, it will simultaneously mark the beginning of their respective ass-man careers.
5. Is there anything more annoying than politicians running for office? If so, tell me.
The voice of my co-worker Harold. He is my new nemesis.