01-24-2016 04:47 PM - edited 01-25-2016 01:36 PM
I'm totally stealing this from the various SAS Employees that have posted a similar article. What are your top 10 things people here don't know about you?
01-24-2016 06:25 PM
Awesome list, Darth Pathos! Love learning a bit more about one my favorite peeps. :-)
You and my husband have two things in common: Rush and eating one thing at the time (least favorite to most favorite!)
01-24-2016 07:19 PM - edited 01-24-2016 07:29 PM
Wow, I've never met someone who eats like I do. I'm usually judged :-) I also eat my salad without salad dressing - just straight veggies. (and the fact he likes Rush just made him that much cooler in my books!!)
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01-24-2016 08:02 PM
Let me know if you do plan a trip to Australia. A MUST do is Lone Pine Koala sanctuary - one of my favourite places http://koala.net
SAS Global Forum is always a blast - an energetic, content explosive, thought-provoking event! Planning one agenda can be difficult with so many presentations, discussions, people to meet and things to do. I usually have a few daily schedules
01-24-2016 08:14 PM
01-24-2016 08:45 PM
Fascinating list! Lots of interesting tidbits. You and I have eclectic music in common. My iPod has Beastie Boys, Metallica, Katy Perry, Eminem, Adele, Velvet Revolver, Gotye, The Killers...
01-24-2016 08:55 PM
01-25-2016 12:57 PM
What a great list, DarthPathos! I love that you borrowed the "10 things about you" theme.
My son also eats from least favorite to most favorite. He's five - no offense to you or your husband, Shelley! I find his ability to delay gratification and exhibit that control fascinating. It makes me think of something I heard of years ago - that a former CEO of JCPenny used to take out interviewees for lunch. If they salted their food before trying it, they didn't the job. A little extreme? Definitely. But an interesting consideration in eating behavior and psychology nonetheless.
01-25-2016 01:39 PM
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01-26-2016 11:59 AM
Thanks for sharing @DarthPathos!
I have a daughter who eats like you do: least favorite to most favorite. She also finishes a meal faster than anyone else I know.
Then I have another daughter who does the exact opposite: most favorite first. Just in case an earthquake or tornado strikes and she doesn't get to finish everything on her plate. She is also the family's slowest eater (and could win a contest if there was a "slowest eaters" competition), perhaps due to her prioritization approach.