5/16/2007

Dog Day Afternoon or Interview With A Deadspot

When master storyteller Johnny Yen first introduced his pal Deadspot to the world of blogging, I knew it could mean only one thing - yep, another blog on the Internet.

While he may describe himself as just some guy, he's anything but. Okay, well yes, he is a guy but he's also smart, funny, a gud riter and look at that kick ass avatar.

I recently sat down with emailed Deadspot begging to know more and he threw up a little on me. Check out the answers to all the questions you knew I'd ask.

11 comments:

BeckEye said...

So. How was it? Did you like interviewing him more than me?

X. Dell said...

You do write fascinating questions, and you always get a good response, Dale.

But I won't ask for an interview. A couple more posts like the one on the Dead Spot, and I won't be able to afford you.

BTW, Beckeye, the question is did you enjoy doing your interview more than Dead Spot enjoyed doing his.

Flannery Alden said...

Nice interview!

Flannery Alden said...

Oooh! Hey! You turned off your control freak...uh...I mean comment approval thing!

Jill said...

Dale has a little boy crush!!
And you think you are funny, with that!!

Barbara Bruederlin said...

I hate it when the dog gets pissed like that, he always thinks he can still drive.

Dale said...

It's hard to compare Beckeye. It was tough coming up with questions for both of you. How's that for a safe answer?

Thanks X. Dell but I was hoping you'd be my ticket out of here, damn!

Thanks Flannery. And yes, I know, I'm handing myself over to higher and lower powers.

Jill, you're so clever. If only I understood you about one tenth of the time.

Johnny Yen said...

So you guys aren't mad at me yet for persuading Deadspot to start blogging? Damn. I'll have to try harder.

The Freelance Cynic said...

Excelent Questions

deadspot said...

Sorry about the vomit. I was hoping you wouldn't notice.

Dale said...

Keep trying Johnny, you haven't steered anyone wrong yet. That I know of.

Thanks Freelance. That's near excellent spelling!

I notice nearly everything Deadspot. Usually though, it's inconsequential. Not in this case of course, I think the vomit really gives us something to hold onto.