I asked some quirky questions of Tony Duxbury! But first, the book: https://www.amazon.com/REDHAND-Tony-Duxbury-ebook/dp/B07DV2K7Q6/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1531667715&sr=1-1&keywords=REDHAND
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Now some questions!
Welcome, welcome Tony! Let’s begin! Shark diving, bungee jumping, or sky diving?
Skydiving. Sharks scare the hell out of me. They send shudders down my spine. Bungee jumping sounds great, but what if the rope is too long or you bounce back and crack your nut on the bridge? At least skydivers get a parachute! I think?
As long as the parachute opens! What is the meaning of life?
That’s easy, it’s 42. It says so in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. No need to sit at some philosopher’s or guru’s feet. No need to read any religion’s bible or scour ancient texts in dead languages. 42 is all you need to know. Say it like a mantra and your life will be full of bliss. So, another annoying little problem out of the way.
*chanting* Forty-two! Forty-two! Yes, I feel better already! What’s the closest thing to real magic?
The closest thing to magic are computers and all that web business. Anyway, it bloody mystifies me! I believe those things they call ‘servers’ are really elaborate closets with little wizards or witches inside.
Now I know who to blame when my internet goes out! Have you ever had an imaginary friend? Tell us about them!
Loads of them. I have multiple personality disorder. Each personality has its own bunch of friends.
Sounds crowded! What is one of your favorite quotes?
“I’d rather die on my feet than live on my knees” Che Guevara. It’s something to aspire to. To live with dignity and respect under whatever circumstances. Bloody difficult though.
Maybe a nice pair of knee pads would help? What do you think the best invention is?
Everyone knows that. It’s sliced bread. What a dumb question!
*face palms* Oh, of course! Silly me! Do you believe in aliens?
Of course, doesn’t everybody? I thought the Discovery Channel had already proved that. I can’t wait to see the look on the faces of the religious nutters when the spaceships start arriving. Just think what will happen when we find out that the human race was really manufactured or interfered with by aliens and God turns out to be small, slimy and green.
Do they have to be slimy? I love green! Thank you, Tony, for answering my quirky questions! Support Tony on social media, connect with the universe by chanting forty-two, and come back next Friday for some more quirky fun!
Happy reading! 🙂