David Maness

Shift: Wednesdays at 3 p.m.

David’s Bio

Your major: Mass Communication

Your hometown: Unknown; Dropped off here after an Alien Abduction

Where do you live now? In a man cave

What are you passionate about? It is my fondest desire that humanity burst from this mud ball with a light brighter than that of a Nova Star! Proclaiming to the Universe “We have proven our self’s worthy to survive, we are but one race, the Human Race!”

What is your favorite class (or classes) at SLCC? Anything that enhances my ability to Congress with the rest of Humanity, present company not excluded!

Which actor/actress would play you in your life movie? Russell Crowe, George Carlin, Rodney Dangerfield and Grouch o Marx. I would include a few well known philosophers, scholars & other assorted riff-raff, but I know them not, nor do they know of me.

Where do you see yourself in five years? The power of prerecognition eludes me, howsoever, I do so desire that if I am alive and kicking, I will also be self sustaining, an inspiration to the bro’s so to speak!

If you could have a superpower, what would it be? The jury is still out on this one; so many possibilities; I find myself desiring them all.

Something about you that other people would be surprised to know: I am a reasonably sane and coherent person.

David’s Favorites

Favorite musicians and/or artists: I admire anyone who demonstrates talent, especially those who have to work to develop their personal genre. I find myself unable to admire one above the other!

Favorite TV shows and/or movies: Exquisitely performed Slap Stick and Movies with a message such as Citizen Kane, Gladiator and Avatar.

Favorite sports or sports teams: Combat Football

Favorite food: Anything I do not have a hand in preparing. My culinary skills leave much to be desired!

What’s your favorite place to eat? Anyplace the possibility of contracting food poisoning is of relatively minor concern.

What was your favorite cereal as a kid? When I was a kid, some health food barf was the only thing available to me; I most certainly would not classify it as a favorite.

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