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SunFyre Magazine has a new CEO

It pleases me greatly to introduce Meghan, a.k.a."Sparky". Sparky has been a SunFyre reader for several months, and took this opportunity to become world famous.

I interviewed Sparky using Microsoft Messenger late one night last week. I determined through that interview that she was ideal for the position. She is intelligent, funny, a little hot, and most importantly she had $25.00 to donate!

Here's the interview:

SunFyre: What first made you visit SunFyre Magazine?

Sparky: You told me to check out your website when we met at your sister's wedding, remember?

SunFyre: I don't remember much from that night.

Sparky: Me neither. But you wrote it on my hand with a Sharpie. I woke up with on my hand and said WTF. That was really rude.

SunFyre: Sorry. (Hint to webmasters, always carry a Sharpie. It, used properly, can really increase traffic!)

SunFyre: What is your educational background?

Sparky: I have a Masters degree in education.

SunFyre: Interesting, and what is your current occupation?

Sparky: I'm a waitress in Red Bank, NJ.

SunFyre: What is your ideal position with SunFyre?

Sparky: Well, missionary is ok, but I prefer to be on top! J/K LOL, you aren't going to put that on SunFyre, are you?

SunFyre: (Blushing) No, don't worry.

SunFyre: How about your personal life? Married, kids, etc.?

Sparky: Happily married, no kids, 2 birds, and a dog... Woody, Puddles and Oscar.

SunFyre: Is puddles the dog?

Sparky: No, Oscar is the dog, Puddles is my husband's name.

Sparky: BTW I laughed at the Alias articles this month. I love that show. I'm a little obsessed with Michael Vartan.

SunFyre: I'm a lot obsessed with Jennifer Garner!

SunFyre: Next question... what's your Deepest, Darkest Secret?

Sparky: I like Justin Timberlake. I think he's actually kind of talented.

SunFyre: I'm going to keep that little secret too... no one needs to know that.

SunFyre: Where does the name Sparky come from?

Sparky: I loved Charles M. Schultz and the Peanuts. His nickname was Sparky. Oh, you have to see this peanuts cartoon someone sent me. It's awful, and hilarious!

SunFyre: I always knew Peppermint Patty was a lesbian!

SunFyre: One last question... What is your ideal position with SunFyre?

Sparky: Didn't you already ask me that?

SunFyre: Yes, but I wanted to hear your answer again, LOL.

Sparky: LOL, you aren't printing that, right? A couple friends read this, and Puddles reads it too.

SunFyre: Don't worry.


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