ID Number: 1297 From: strait_flush5 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Ask Lisa a Question
Date: Wednesday, September 01 2004 - 18:43:14
those are great questions. I wonder those things myself.
If I had a chance to interview Lisa personally, I would also ask:
Tell of an experience where a fan said/did something really off-the-
wall and memorable. Did he accidentally say something offensive?
Did he say/do something particularly nice?
I guess its the same as raymonds questions, but I would ask for more
And then, I would also have to ask:
What is your favorite kind of cheese?
just cause I think the choice of cheese says a lot about a person.
--- In email@example.com, "Raymond" <raymond756@y...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, jrichins2000 <no_reply@y...>
> > If you were the interviewer, what would you ask her?
> If I was the interviewer I might ask her the following.
> Setting fan relationships aside for the following two questions.
> In a personal relationship, what is most important to you / what do
> you value most?
> In a professional relationship, what is most important to you /
> do you value most?
> However, the following is fan related.
> When you are at your table during a show and a total stranger
> (somebody you have never seen before and had no communication with)
> who is a fan approaches your table:
> What do you expect them to say?
> What would you like them to say?
> What do you not want them to say?
> How do you expect them to act?
> How would you like them to act?
> How do you not what them to act?
> The following question applies to all of the above.
> Does any of the above change with the gender, age and/or sexual
> preference of the person?
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