What movie do you wish your life resembled? Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. It's so fun and crazy.
What artist do you wish you were? [Charles] Rockey. It's amazing, the way he sees things, and he's really cherished in this town.
What music group do you fantasize being in? The Grateful Dead. Their fans are dedicated and their music is timeless.
What act do you wish you'd seen? Johnny Cash. I had a chance to see him once, and I didn't, and I now regret it. There'll never be another like him in our lifetime.
If you could be part of any event throughout history, what would it be? The first moon landing.
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What movie should your life be like? The TV series, "Survivor." I like the challenge, being put on the spot to make things happen, working out problems. Actually, life is like that.
What artist would you choose to be? Georgia O'Keeffe, because of her spirit and independence, her ability to capture nature.
What work of art do you wish you'd created? Michelangelo's "David," for obvious reasons. I also sculpt, and I'd love to have a studio.
What novel would you like to have written? Clan of the Cave Bear. I admire Ayla's spirit and fantasize about being like her.
What musician would you choose to be? Bob Seger. I love his ballads, his style of rock 'n roll. He's hung in there for so many years, and you still hear his music every day.
What movie do you wish life was like? Lord of the Rings. Good and evil are clear-cut. Integrity pays off. It's possible to prevail through personal effort and perseverance.
What novel would you most like to have written? The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoyevsky. He was profoundly in touch with his life experience and found value in the suffering everybody goes through. He forged his work out of suffering and made something beautiful out of it.
What artist would you most like to be? Vermeer. He paints light like nobody else.
What musician would you most like to be? Jimi Hendrix, because of the way he was able to get his inner experience into sound. His playing raises the hair on my arms.
What historic incident do you wish you could have witnessed? Christ's crucifixion and resurrection. I didn't used to, but I'm starting to think it's an event that profoundly changed the world.