July 15, 2007
The Great Inventors Of Our Time
My kids ask a lot of questions. Often these questions don't really have a clear-cut answer. For example, this morning I was asked:
"Who invented breakfast, lunch and dinner?"
I'm thrilled my son is curious about the world, but this is one of those times when I feel it is my right as a father to enjoy the time-honored tradition of making shit up.
For the last few years, when faced with a weird "Who invented..." question, I've stuck with a simple formula:
"Dad, who invented shoes?"
"Dad, who invented milk?"
In the case of: "Who invented breakfast, lunch and dinner?"
Awhile back my (then-6-year-old) son let me interview him about the latest Cloud Cult album. At the end of the interview I asked him if he had any questions for Craig of Cloud Cult. He did.
Here are Craig's responses to those questions (following the original transcript of the chat with my son).
It's nice to see someone else mess with my kid's head for a bit, instead of me having to do it all. Thanks, Craig!
Finally, here are my son's questions and Craig's answers:
The Meaning of 8 is on sale now and available for immediate download at cloudcult.com.
Go treat yourself. It's good. My kid wouldn't lie. And for the record, he thought Craig's answers were hilarious.
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