- What was the last t-shirt you acquired because it identified you as a member of a specific group? (you know, like a faculty t-shirt if you’re a teacher, or a class t-shirt if you’re a student, or a volunteer t-shirt for some event you helped with…) Probably the Marine Corps shirt I got when we went for Jacob’s graduation.
- What was the last event for which you filled out a HELLO MY NAME IS nametag? I can’t even remember, so definitely nothing recent. I mean, maybe something at college orientation, but I doubt it.
- Besides websites and personal computers, how many things do you have passwords or combinations for in order to prove you’re authorized? Just work stuff. I have access to the Inyourspeakers site, Twitter, and press e-mail address, then at my day job, I have my computer username and password, my employee ID number and password to clock in and out, and my username and password for the actual captioning software.
- What was the last thing you wrote your name on so that people would know it belonged to you? I have no idea. Most likely leftovers, actually, from going out with my parents.
- What was the last thing you put your name on so people would know you supported a cause, or were a member of a side? A petition to help Marisa Alexander. Basically, she fired a warning shot into the ceiling during a fight with her abusive ex-husband to scare him and got a 20-year prison sentence, despite using the same Stand Your Ground law that got George Zimmerman acquitted.
From Friday Five.