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5 Questions with Allen Gaynor, FSU Web Facilitator


Jessica Ireland | Interrobang | News | February 14th, 2011



1. What's a service or event that the FSU does that no one seems to know about?
"Well, I have to shill for the FSU website here, since that's my job. One of the cool things we do on FSU.ca is run contests and give away great prizes. This year we ran NHL and UFC Pools, in addition to many others. We've given away iPads, iPods and even iCash!"

2. What's your perfect day like?
"It would involve lots of laying down. I try to spend as much time horizontal as possible. But during the day there would be plenty of family time with my wife and two-year-old daughter. Then I'd enjoy a quiet night in, enjoying a glass of wine and a fine novel....okay, a bottle of Pepsi and a reality TV show."

3. What has been your best memory at Fanshawe so far?
"It would have to be the time I got to interview "Stone Cold" Steve Austin for the Interrobang. When I took on the position of Web Facilitator for the Fanshawe Student Union back in 2005, deep down I knew it would lead to me interviewing one of pro wrestling's biggest stars five years later."

4. If you could switch places with anyone in the world, who would you be and why?
"I would switch places with the General Manager of some storied sports franchise, like the New York Yankees or Montreal Canadiens. Then I would try to destroy the franchise within a couple of weeks, by trading away all of the star players for McDonald's coupons and hiring a chimpanzee to be the head coach. Or I could just hire the New York Islanders' staff."

5. What movie most resembles your life?
"Without a doubt it would be the 2009 film Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. The whole time I was watching it, I kept thinking, 'Who read my diary?'"
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