If your 20-year-old self could see you now, what would he think?
More than likely, "What a doofus." That said we would recognize each other, I still think about the same things, study the same philosophies. He might be proud of that I have achieved many of my educational goals, but he would never understand why I have not found a life partner.
If you lost everything tomorrow, what would you do?
Get a job in a resort town, sail and ski, read to my heart's content and enjoy my life.
If you could rate your satisfaction with your life so far, out of 10, what would you score?
First record bought?
This is so very nerdy, I would like to say Born to Run, but that was like my second or third, my first was get this Fife and Drum music of the Sudbury Militia as recorded at Longfellow's Wayside Inn.
Book that changed your life?
The Order of Things by Micheal Foucault.
Atlas Shrugged is grand opera mascarading as philosophy. Wagner was called a great philosopher in his day, but not anymore. It's the opera and the drama we love, no one reads the boring 60 pages of dry as toast philosophy at the end.