Obviously this means that, for some strange reason, you actually want to know more about me. Well, let me take a few minutes here to interview myself.

Q: So, Lisa, if you could have any job in the world, what would it be?
A: Lounge singer.

Q: Lounge singer? Why in the world would you want to be a lounge singer?
A: It would fill my needs of wearing tacky clothes and singing bad songs, but I would be paid for it.

Q: Are you releasing an album in the near future?
A: No. Alas, the record companies have taste.

Q: What is your favorite color?
A: That would be green.

Q: What is your favorite type of literature?
A: I read all kinds of books, and actually love most of them, but my favorite genre is mystery.

Q: Who are your favorite authors?
A: I like Kurt Vonnegut, Tom Robbins, Selma Eichler, and Lawrence Sanders at the moment.

Q: Vonnegut and Robbins don't write mysteries, do they?
A: Not really. But that doesn't mean I can't enjoy them, does it?

Q: On the whole, would you say you've enjoyed your life so far?
A: Without a doubt. I try to have fun no matter what.

Q: If you had a million dollars, what would you do with it?
A: Well, I must confess there are a few nagging problems with the house I would fix, but I do think I would be somewhat charitable, and I'm boring...I'd save some of it.

Q: Have you ever won the lottery?
A: Not once. I think it's rigged against me.

Q: How often do you buy tickets?
A: Well, yes, there is that problem. I suppose I can't win if I don't buy.

Q: Is there any art form you feel society is missing?
A: I would like to resurrect phrenology as an art and a science. The world just isn't the same without it.

Q: Is that a bad thing?
A: It's all a matter of personal taste.