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Q & A with gsSCENE member Jason O'Brien

May 10, 2011

What is your favorite lunch spot?
E Noodles. I just ate there recently and it was GREAT!!

If you could have any super power what would it be, and what would you use it for?
It’s been stated that on average individuals only uses 10% of their brain; I would like to have the ability to use 90%. The possibilities of using that much of your brain would be endless however I would probably waste it on something dumb like Nachos that are 14% alcohol by volume.

If you could have any celebrity live next door to you who would it be and why?
Charlie Sheen. Because there would never be a dull moment.

What are your top 3 things to do or see in Myrtle Beach?
Golf, Restaurants and Nightlife. I guess that damn Ferris wheel should get honorable mention.

If you played hooky for a day, where would we find you?
The Beach or Playing Golf.

When people ask you what you do for a living, what do you tell them?
I put live chat on websites……not the dirty kind.

What do you think the best invention is in the past 50 years?
The Internet, otherwise who knows what I would be doing to make a living.

Who was your first Facebook friend?
No one. I’m not on the book of faces.

If you couldn’t live in Myrtle Beach, where would you want to live?

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, whom would you like to see play the lead role as you?
I always found this to be a loaded question. If I choose some leading A list celeb that makes the ladies melt then I’m either arrogant or I got a man crush. So I would choose Natalie Portman with the anticipation she would have to spend considerable amounts of time with me getting to know the role.

If someone wrote a biography about you, what do you think the title should be?
No Regrets….Well Maybe a Few.

If you were written about in the newspaper, on the front page, what would the headline say?
Local Man wins Lottery….Broke in 3 days. O’Brien quoted as saying “It was worth it”.