...but were afraid to ask. (other than his being born in 1955, married at age 19,losing a huge amount of weight, being a Baptist preacher, bass guitar player...) He narrated the Doctor Suess book, Horton Hatches An Egg in a high school play. He's a big fan of The Three Stooges. He's a great cook. He rides his bicycle to the grocery store. He likes Yarnell's guilt free ice cream. He likes to snorkle. He likes the The Colbert Report. His favorite actor is Robert De Niro. His favorite actress is Meryl Streep. He reads a chapter of Proverbs every single day when he wakes up. He is not fond of heights. He's like a kid at Christmas because he wants to open Christmas gifts early just so he can see what he got. He organizes his socks, and everything else. He prepares his own breakfast the night before to save time in the morning because getting up no later than 4:30 might not be enough time. He talks to "the Boys" (his three dogs) and acts as if they are listening. He graduated from College magna cum laude with a 4 year degree in just over 2 years. His Dad picked him up from school once in a car that had no body, just a frame and wooden boxes for seats. He does great impressions of Billy Graham, Jimmy Stewart, Ronald Reagan, and Ross Perot. He was left handed but was made to write with his right hand in elementary school. He wanted to be an astronaut in first grade. He was a pretty shy kid. He can't sit still. If there is ever a free minute he feels the need to get up and immediately start on a new project, for instance the minute a meal is over he has to get up and start putting things away and doing dishes. One of his favorite television shows is The Sopranos. His favorite snack food is movie style popcorn. And he likes it so much his wife Janet bought him a popcorn machine for christmas. He gave Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones a pardon when he was Governor. He loves to play practical jokes. His favorite movies are To Kill a Mockingbird and Casablanca. His favorite church hymns are A Mighty Fortress is our God and In the Garden. One of his dreams is to watch a game in every Major League baseball park.