1. Are you looking forward to seeing old classmates at your HS reunion?
College reunion, actually, and yes. (Much more so than if it were HS, heh.) I'm in touch with a lot of them via mailing lists/LJ (and there's a sizeable Boston contingent. Actually being here for the first time in 4 or 5 years (dunno if we went to my 5-year, this is D----'s 10-year as he was a year ahead of me) is a nostalgia trip-and-a-half. It's so green down here, and there's been some construction but a lot of campus looks the same. And, despite the inevitable jokes, smells the same, and sense memory is huge.
Swarthmore College, FYI. Those who've gotten email from me re: RP likely know that already, as I often don't bother changing my return address.
2. What prompted you to become a vegetarian, and when?
I'd have to ask my mother. She went veggie in college/grad-school, and I was raised veggie.
3. What is your favorite fantasy/sci-fi book/series?
Oh, wow, this is hard to answer. If this were a media question, the answer would be easy -- Doctor Who. Book varies by mood -- the stuff I loved as a kid hasn't held up as favorites -- while I still go back and read Anne McCaffery and Mercedes Lackey and stuff, they're too fluffy for me a lot of the time now. I like C.J. Cherryh's stuff, both Cyteen and the Foreigner series, I (obviously) really love Bujold's Vorkosigan books, and a variety of non-series things. Stephenson's The Diamond Age, Murakami's Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World, lots and lots of things I can't recall right now. Growing up, it was Niven and Heinlein and McCaffery and Marion Zimmer Bradley and all the Silver Age stuff, and I still read a lot of that. Fantasy: probably Tolkein.
4. How are you enjoying playing Vera Misham at FJO?
I haven't really gotten to yet, heh. We haven't gotten to the right bits of plot yet. (Phoenix-mun might app Drew as a temp character at some point.)
5. What do you like the least about public transit?
The schedules. Especially evening/weekend, because the fact that making a quick trip to the store on the way home gets me home an hour later = suck.
And now people are drawing the lovechildren of Cthulu and a woolly mammoth on the Math Dept. chalkboards and trying to figure out what lasers would be optimum for making s'mores (to which I cannot contribute well, see #2 above) which I think is my cue to leave the 'net.
People can ask me for questions if they want but I might not be around until Monday and I am terrible at this sort of thing.