Are you more likely to reserve your negative opinions, or share them without much regard to those who it may affect?
Do you ever overreact to things for attention?
Are you open to change?
If someone handed you a million dollars, how long do you think you would have it before it was all gone?
Is there a road rule that you think is just plain dumb?
1. I tend to not talk much about anything, so I would say I wouldn't be likely to discuss my negative feelings.
2. I actually prefer less attention placed on me in the real, it makes me feel awkward, though I'm sure I did when I was a kid, but now a days no.
3. Well what I'd do with it is buy a small house outright, small meaning under two hundred thousand. Make sure it was fixed up and then sit on the rest, so I'd say I'd have most of it for quite a while, maybe twenty years to run it down to nothing, that is if I didn't invest.
4. When talking about driving, no I do not mess with that at all, a car is deadly, the rules are there to keep people from dying, so I don't really feel any of the usual regulations are dumb.
I think I admire Pedro Zamora most. He was one of the first people living with with AIDS to be portrayed in popular media and he used his time on The Real World to bring awareness to the disease. Even though I wasn't watching his season, I know the impact he had. I personally know people living with HIV so I'm all for bringing awareness to the disease and breaking stereotypes surrounding it.
@Trapezeo Wow amazing answer, I remember watching him for the first portion of those episodes and having no idea what was going on. Then he revealed that he was sick and his personal story. I also remember watching a "where are they now" show and they featured him, showing how he went out and spoke to large groups and talked about awareness issues.