If you had the chance to go back in time for 24 hours, where and when would you go?
I have two days:
It’s not a very specific day, but any day before my grandfather had his stroke. I would like to go back to a day when he was still healthy and alive so I can tell him that I love him and he means the world to me. My greatest regret is that my cousins will never know him.
The last day Lizaan and I spent in Disney’s Magical Kingdom last year. It was one of my favourite days of our holiday. :)
Good grief… I have a nasty habit of nibbling on my pinkie nail. Not enough to bite it right off, but just enough to weaken it so much that it ends up tearing. Luckily my nails grow very fast.
I have to start at one end of the grocery store and work my through to the other end. If I don’t I always end up forgetting stuff.
I drive with my window open, which makes my mom paranoid and the street vendors think I’m an easy “target”. So now I drive with my window open and my music really loud. It’s amazing how quickly they back off when the Pirates of the Caribbean soundtracks or Linkin Park is playing at high volumes.
There were lots of stories that came out of SDCC this year, but the one that has caught the attention of the comics community was a woman who dressed up as Batgirl to ask questions about female characters and creators at several DC Comics’ panels. I first became aware of her questions while following the live feeds of Newsarama and CBR. If you read this blog you know I have many of the same concerns she has. After seeing the reaction of some attendees and reporters about how her questions and those of others regarding female characters and creators were being handled, I compiled a post of that coverage.
That post has now become the most viewed ever for this blog. Her appearances at the panels has also generated other blog posts and many comments. She’s been called everything from a hero to a bully. But now for the first time we can hear from her.
Yesterday I caught up with Kyrax2, the “Batgirl woman” as she has become known, to find out more about what drove her to ask these questions and her thoughts on the reactions she received.