Friday, December 11, 2009

Fabian Friday!

Editor's Note:

Holy Moly, I've kept you all waiting for far too long. Time for another installment of Fabien Friday's! For taking so long I'm going to give you an extra dose of the interview. And worry not, from this day on I promise to have a little update for you every Friday morning.

Hugs and Kisses,
Mister Z

MUTT: Who is your greatest inspiration?

Fabian: When I was younger it was Alexander the Great. I was motivated by greed and avarice. Lately though, my greatest inspiration is Voltaire. He was a freethinker and highly revered. You have to respect his knowledge and the fact that he speaks his mind. Basically he says what he means and means what he says. I admire individuals who are up front and honest with themselves.

MUTT: If you could punch any one person in the face, dead or alive, who would you punch?

Fabian: Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria.

MUTT: Wow, you didn't even hesitate there. Why him?

Fabian: He was Stalin's primary henchmen. Stalin killed something like 20 million people and the man who really did it, the muscles, was Berria. He was probably the most feared man of that time period. He did terrible, terrible things. So, I have to say, I'd love to have the opportunity to have punched him as hard as I could right in the nose. If all went well I'd have sent shards of bone into his brain and saved the world a lot of pain.

MUTT: What’s your dream car?

Fabian: I’ve got a couple I really like.

1959 El Dorado convertible, model 62
. They’re all in museums now, or in movies. Honest to god, that was probably one of the most beautiful cars to roll out of Detroit.

Rolls Royce limousines from the 70s and 80s, mostly the 80s. They were subdued elegance. It’s not a loud Lamborghini, pretending to be something cooler than it actually is. It’s for someone who appreciates class and elegance. If I had someone who could drive as well as I do, I’d very much appreciate to ride around in one of those.

MUTT: Would you rather: Speak any language forever, or be able fly for an hour?

Fabian: Speak any language. I can rent an airplane. I can buy an airplane ticket. The ability to speak any language is the ability to traverse culture, customs, etc. That is a force to be reckoned with. A man like that would be well received. You'd be able to mitigate any barriers and come to terms like adults (and make a helluva lot of money).


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