Asking people sarcastic questions like this one:
Do you know why adults always ask little kids what do you wanna be when they grow up? They are looking for ideas about possible career choices themselves. HA! HA!
<p>Favorite comedians: George Carlin, Bill Maher, & Conan Obrien.<br><br>Favorite TV shows: Law & Order: SVU, Countdown With Keith Olberrman, & NFL Total Access.<br><br>Favorite Hard Rock Bands: Tesla, Black Stone Cherry, Gwen Stefani, David Coverdale, Scorpions, Megadeth, & Van Halen.<br><br>Favorite Country Bands: Mary Chapin Carpenter, Travis Tritt, Johnny Cash, & Brooks & Dunn.<br><br>Favorite Movies: Braveheart, Stranger Than Fiction, Sunset Bouelvard, Shawshank Redemption, & What About Bob?<br><br>Favorite Junk Food: Vanilla Coke & Reeses Fast Break Candy Bars.<br><br>Favorite Film Stars: Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Connely, Maggie Gyllenhaal, & Bruce Willis.<br><br>Favorite Past Time: Playing Percussion, Watching Colts Football, & Chilling With My Little Nephews.</p><p> </p><p>Since a number of Colts Forum members frequently ask me why I routinely address myself as SW1, or in the 3rd person, here is my reasoning for doing so: </p><p> </p><p> </p><div> There is a character on a TV show called Becker about a sarcastic Dr. named John Becker & he frequents this place known as Reggie's Diner. 1 of the regulars at Reggie's Diner in NY City is named Bob Whiley. Now, Mr. Whiley always refers to himself in the 3rd person. Bob hates this. Bob loves that sort of thing. Also, another forum member, Blood ON The Tracks, informed me that a character on "Seinfeld" named "Jimmy" used this comedic device first.</div><div> </div><div>Why do I do this? Simple really. I always thought that speaking in the 3rd person is a great comical device to act as though a person is observing life's events from a distance above it all like a near death experience almost as if you are watching someone else live vicariously through you. In a nutshell, I am paying homage to Bob & Jimmy because I have a fondness for brilliant comedians that make you think & are kind of like the protest singers of my generation George Carlin, Bill Maher etc. etc.</div>