Here are your submissions for this month:
Question: "What would you say is your best and worst childhood memory?"
Answer: I frequently find myself thinking back to simple things from my childhood making me happy, like when I would come home from school and watch Power Rangers. I'm not sure if one memory in particular stands out. Thankfully, nothing really horrible stands out, either. All things considered, I had a very good childhood. If I think of a better answer for this by the time we're recording Smack Talk, I'll make sure to elaborate.
Question: "How would you go about explaining the idea of color to a blind/colorblind person?"
Answer: Wago is going to have fun answering this one, since he's partially colorblind. I would probably equate colors to tastes and try to go off that comparison, explaining how colors are basically a combination of tastes and the shades are a reflection of the bright/dark variation, if they're aware of that.
Question: "What film would best describe you as a person?"
Answer: I would actually go with a TV series: follow the life of Ted Mosby from How I Met Your Mother. But if it was a film specifically, I'm stumped on that one outside of maybe a little bit of Stranger Than Fiction.
Question: "If Heaven is real and you got to go there, what would your ideal paradise be?"
Answer: I'd like things to be flexible, so I'm not just doing the same thing all the time. As long as I've got my friends and my family around so I can sit and bullshit with them, that would be the best thing that I could have in my version of Heaven. The weather would be in the 70s, slightly cloudy with no wind and a fine mist to the air. The food would be awesome and I wouldn't gain a pound from it.
Question: "What type of music do you listen to? If you don't listen to music, answer it anyway."
Answer: I listen to a wide variety, since I tend to only like songs rather than bands. Normally, I only like 1-2 songs per band/artist and I hate everything else they do. But I listen to a lot of movie soundtracks, some classical, a lot of trip hop, electronica, techno, of course rock/rap/hip hop/pop/alternative standard stuff. To give you an indication of how random my music is on shuffle, I just did it ten times and the following songs came on:
"Stay Fly" by Three 6 Mafia
"Bones" by Ms Mr
"Can't Get You Out of My Head" by Kylie Minogue
"Shark Bait Rooftop" from Kick-Ass 2
"Jumper" by Third Eye Blind
"Promise Me You'll Remember" by Harry Connick, Jr. from The Godfather Part III
"Famous Last Words" by My Chemical Romance
"Triumphant Return" from a WWE promo (not positive what production company does it)
"Love Lockdown (LMFAO Remix)" by Kanye West"Margaritaville" by Jimmy Buffett
Question: "What are your thoughts on the scramble match? I personally thought the idea was clever, but as a PPV concept, it didn't work out so well back in 2008. Maybe it could work for a midcard title match at WrestleMania 31."
Answer: I loved it. It has some flaws and it couldn't be done too often, but I think it would be a perfect way to get a bunch of people involved in a match at WrestleMania, replacing the Money in the Bank. The battle royal concept shouldn't be done every year, as we have the Royal Rumble for that. Ideally, I'd like to see a scramble match at WrestleMania 31 to determine the #1 contender for the Intercontinental Championship, which at that point, I'd have already merged with the United States Championship and it would be defended on the WM card as a high-profile match.