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21 Questions: Rick Detorie

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  1. Who is your favorite literary character?

    The Grinch.

  2. If you could make a cameo appearance in a show, what show would it be?

    “SpongeBob SquarePants.”

  3. What is your greatest fear?


  4. One thing you could eat for the rest of your life?

    James Beach Restaurant's fish tacos.

  5. Favorite movie? Worst movie?

    Favorite: “Goodfellas.”

    Worst: “Bad Santa.”

  6. If you could come back as a historical figure/anyone, who would it be?

    Frank Sinatra.

  7. Last text message I sent...


  8. What is your motto?

    We can’t all be heroes because somebody has to sit on the curb and clap as they go by.

  9. What song do you have on repeat?

    Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer.”

  10. Ultimate vacation?

    Anyplace they don’t have karaoke.

  11. What do you consider your greatest achievement?

    Getting out of bed in the morning.

  12. What is your favorite cartoon/comic character?

    I say, I say, “Foghorn Leghorn.”

  13. If you weren't drawing, what would you be doing?

    Criticizing those who do.

  14. My biggest pet peeve is...

    People who know I work a year ahead on the strip, and think they’re being clever when they say to me: “What are you -- five years ahead now?” (*Groan* Like I haven’t already heard that 6,897 times).

  15. Who do you admire/who is your role model?

    Groucho Marx.

  16. When was the last time you laughed really hard?

    Watching the Feb. 12, 1953 episode of “You Bet Your Life.” The guest was Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez.

  17. One thing you couldn’t live without?

    A sense of purpose.

  18. Guilty pleasure?


  19. What is your greatest extravagance?

    15 cases of industrial-size Wite-Out.

  20. The best advice you've ever gotten?

    “Don’t be afraid to make mistakes.”

  21. I know it's weird but I think...

    The voices in my head are starting to sound like Siri.

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