An Interview

11 09 2008

A fellow former member of The Rumor Mill, Robert E. Porter, was nice enough to interview me today. If you are interested in reading his interview, it is now available here.

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90 responses

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
murnkay

Nice and interesting interview!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.

And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?

I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.

I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.

And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?

I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?

I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.

I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.

I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.

And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.

And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?

I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.

I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.

And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?

I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.

I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.

And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?

I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.

I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

12 09 2008
kaolinfire

:sniff: I still miss The Rumor Mill.

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.
And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.
Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?
I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.
I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.

And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

12 09 2008
ckastens

Fantastic interview, T.J.! Nice how it broke out of the generic questions and got into a lot of different areas.

And I too still miss the Rumor Mill! Although LJ keeps me busy enough these days.

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
xjenavivex

I enjoyed the interview very much. Thank you for sharing it!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
Anonymous

I’m glad to hear it, Christopher. I don’t know what the generic questions are. I ask questions I want to know the answers to. Online or in person, if I can just discover what my interviewee is fired up about, he/she lights up and shows the way. For this “introduction” (most of my mutual LJ friends are his too, I think) I limited my subjects to the southern and the weird, though McIntyre is one of the best Christian apologists (is that the right word?) that I’ve run across. The others include Mr Rogers, Sister Joan C, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Out of curiosity… smidt looks like smith, or maker. What does Kasten mean?

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?

I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

12 09 2008
ckastens

What does Kasten mean?

I’ve heard different guesses, but most likely something to do with boxes, barrels, coffins, something of the like.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

I do, too. That was the first writer’s community I joined so it’s always going to be remembered fondly.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.

I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Wow! Thanks, Robert. However, I don’t think I belong in the same class as the other folks you mentioned.

I did enjoy the religion topics on the Rumor Mill. I wish I had saved some of the stuff I wrote on there, especially a specific rant on my faith and how it relates to my writing.

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

13 09 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks!

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