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- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
(this is what he said in an interview)
Birthplace: Southern California
You may know me because: I play Newt on Cory in the House.
My house is: Nothing extravagant, but very homey.
The first thing I do every morning is: Pour a bowl of cereal and let it sit for a while. For whatever reason, I enjoy eating soggy cereal.
About my pets: I have one chocolate Lab named Jasmine. I also had a rat named Sky.
I exercise: Not as much as I would like to.
Lately I've been surprised by: How good The Beatles are.
The cereals in my cupboard are: Wheaties and the occasional Cheerios.
Heaven on earth is: I'm pretty sure it's going to be my Disney Cruise this summer.
For dinner, I like to make: A tuna melt.
I'll eat sushi but not ... Well, I can't say there's anything I would never try.
My coolest article of clothing: My jeans. They are Levi's 529. I have four pairs. They're basically the only jeans I wear.
My most prized possession: A script signed by Mel Gibson and the cast of Complete Savages.
My TV screen is: A Samsung 42" DLP.
My favorite TV channel is: If I'm on a show, then that's my favorite channel.
My first financial splurge: Was when I bought a home theater system for my family.
Wackiest fan encounter: I was walking through Magic Mountain, and someone came up and said, "Hi, picture?" I didn't quite understand him, but before I knew it he had snapped one on his phone and walked off.
Before I die, I want to: Work with M. Night Shyamalan.
The best perk of being a celebrity is: The girls. When I was on Complete Savages, the cast sometimes found themselves running from a mob of girls. There is nothing quite like that.
Celebrity whom I'd ask for an autograph: Liam Neeson.
Dream car: Concept Camaro.
When I fly I have to have: My iPod.
People would be surprised that I: Have never broken a bone.
Book I'm reading: I just finished The Da Vinci Code.
Favorite cartoon: The Simpsons.
The DVD release I was most excited about was: The Return of the King.
I can't start my day without: My soggy bowl of Wheaties.
If I had to spend $10 at my favorite fast-food joint, I'd order: A #1 without onions from In-N-Out Burger.
Date of Birth: September 8, 1988.
Zodiac Sign: Virgo.
Place of Birth: Magdeburg (Germany).
Place of Residence: Magdeburg, Germany and their temporary home in Hamburg which is where their studio is.
Height: 1,70cm (5′7″)
Weight: 68kg (150lbs)
Hair Colour: Dark blonde.
Eye Colour: Brown.
Siblings: An older sister.
School: He’s graduated from the German form of senior high.
Favourite Subject in School: Sports and Economics.
Hated Subjects in School: Math and Physics.
Hobbies: Riding his bike and music.
His Idol: Lars Ulrich of Metallica.
Favourite Music/Artists: Metallica
First album he ever bought: “Black Album” from Metallica
First concert he’s ever been to: A festival with many artists. Joe Cocker was one of them.
Distinctive signs: Always seen wearing a cap.
Motto: Hauptsache alles geht schief. (Which means the same as: As long as everything goes wrong)
Personality: Gustav is very a quiet and a cute person. He prefers to stay in the background. He’s also very sensitive and can get moody and sulky really easily. He’s also very impatient. He’s always the first one to get up in the mornings and waits till the rest of the band drags themselves out of bed while he’s already made breakfast and gotten ready. When you first get to know him - you realise that he is such a sweet heart!
Full name: Georg Moritz Listing
Date of birth: 31.3.1987
Place of birth: Halle
Function in the band: Bassist
Weight: 72 kg
5′ 10″ (1.78 m)
His long hair.
His name is pronounced as “Geh-org”.
He owns a black and white checkered guitar which has his band’s name on it.
He is an only child.
His father is a dentist.
His parents are divorced.
His idol is Flea from Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
His favorite bands are Fall Out Boy and Oasis.
His favorite food is pasta.
He is the bassist of the German Rock band, Tokio Hotel.
School: Graduated from the German form of senior high.
Favourite Subject in School: Psychology.
Hated Subjects in School: Math and German.
Hobbies: Music and once in awhile sports.
His Idol: Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Favourite Music: Fall out boy, Billy Talent and Yellowcard.
Favourite songs: “Glamorous” von Fergie und “Golden” von Fall out Boy
First album he ever bought: “Definitely maybe” from Oasis
First concert he’s ever been to: Die Ärzte
Distinctive signs: His muscles.
Motto: It always changes.
Personality: Georg and Tom are more alike when it comes to hitting on girls. He also enjoys showing his body off when
- ?Lv 44 years ago
I am a JW and agree with you although I think I heard the "good health to you" was just another way of saying have a good day. I'd have to research but that is something I believe I heard. There was something recently in the news about some more findings that discredit blood transfusions. A lot of people don't realize that blood transfusions are "big business." Non blood management is better and more efficient but too much money is to be made off of transfusions. You could argue against transfusions and you wouldn't even have to bring up the religious aspect. Whenever Dateline (or those shows) does a piece on this subject they edit out all the good stuff the Witnesses say (just like other pieces they do on us for other reasons.) More people have died from transfusions than from avoidance of them. And if someone doesn't receive a transfusion and dies how do we know he wouldn't have died anyway. People's opinions of us and blood are based on how the media shapes the news. Interestingly, non-witnesses have posed as witnesses when they are hospitalized to avoid transfusions. I forget which one of you pointed this out, but I like that you shared that many who die when they didn't receive a transfusion didn't specifically die from that, but for non-related reasons. Hindsight is 20/20 vision and if we could fast forward in time people would be saying the Witnesses were right.
- DubFiveLv 41 decade ago
never heard of them
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
never heard of them.
- 1 decade ago
- 1 decade ago
two ear, one nose!