10 Totally Random Questions

Eric Guzzi

1. Where are you from?

I’m from Mililani, a town on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. It is about 30 minutes from the beach. I went to Punahou, from where Barack Obama is an alumnus.

2. What was your biggest school expense?

Well, I had to buy a lot of winter clothes because the coldest it gets in Hawaii is in the low 60s, but I curbed most of the expense by trading in all of my loincloths.

3. If you were a character on Entourage, who would you be?

I would be E. One word: Sloane.

4. Where do you see yourself in 20 years?

I hope to be raising a family in Hawaii, and I hope to have enough money to send my kids to Villanova.

5. What is the state fish of Hawaii?

The state fish of Hawaii is the Humuhumunukunukuapua`a. Say that 10 times fast.

6. If you were going to die tomorrow, how would you spend today?

I would go bungee jumping, sky diving and spend time with the people I love.

7. Where were you three hours ago?

I was having ACS class outside of Tolentine because Dr. Yates is the man.

8. What is one step to world peace toward which we should work as a nation?

We should seek resolution between religious extremists. This is one of the reasons for the many conflicts in the world.

9. Can morality exist in a world without God?

No, morality stems from God. Without God, people would have no moral compass.

10. Does money buy happiness?

In a way, money can buy happiness because money allows you do things that make you happy. For example, if you love to travel, you can do that. If you’re a parent, you can spend more time with your children instead of working that 9-5 job. However, I do believe that money does not buy friendship. In that sense, money does not buy happiness.