By On the occasion of our 20th anniversary
By Gustavo Arellano
By R. Scott Moxley
By Alfonso Delgado
By Courtney Hamilton
By Joel Beers
By Peter Maguire
By Charles Lam
No, not really.What do you like?
I like beef quite a bit. And potatoes.What restaurants do you like?
What's that one place? Ah, Del Taco. Denny's, too.It's hard to resist the allure of Denny's.
Its name calls out to you. They have good cherry Coke.Have you ever had the catfish?
No. I'm one of those people who eats whatever's in front of me, but a lot of times, I gulp it down and don't pay attention to what people say it is.So then you don't dislike seafood because you find it gross? Gross and slimy? Gross and slimy and icky and yucky and briny and spiny and butt-heinous and redolent of the odor of raw sewage?
I don't find it gross, I just don't eat it much. I'm originally from Nevada, and we don't eat much seafood out there.Which smells more after three days: Fish or houseguests?
That's a toughie. I'd probably say fish, but houseguests are a close second.Now, why are you the Fish People? Where did that come from?
We were eating at Del Taco, and we were discussing how terrible the movie Waterworld was. And we wondered, "What if there was a whole world of fish people?" We were also discussing mermaids and mermen.Do you think if there were a whole society of fish people, eating fish would be considered cannibalism?
No, because I think the fish people would see themselves as their own sect, and they would deny their connection to the fish.—Alison M. RosenDARLA WALTERS
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