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Interviewer: Do you have any dislikes you like to share?
Rockwell: Absolutely not. Hell no. Why? Because people nowadays, in your generation, (I'm designed to be in the 20th century; 1976, baby) don't respect your opinions. Give your honest thoughts, and you have a stampede summoned on your behind. To show I can be a nice guy, I'll keep my lips sealed about this.
Interviewer: You're a cat of good taste, Rockwell.
Rockwell: Heh heh heh, please, don't say that. It probably ain't true. I don't think it's true.
Interviewer: But you are on my opinion.
Interviewer: Next question: I've been receiving some recitation on inappropriate behavior. ...done by you. You called your ex-lab partner, Mason, a "honkie." Then you called your boss that word, then police captain, Sneddon. You proclaim your not a prejudice, yet you speak of rac-
Rockwell: Listen to me, and listen to me good: That word is only being thrown at
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Interviewer: Do you feel uncomfortable participating in this consultation?
Rockwell: Why, is it that urgent?
Interviewer: No, you didn't have to attend this interview if you didn't feel like it.
Rockwell: Well, no; To be honest, I'd rather be home. But to keep people from judging me just because I was an original character, I thought they should get to know me first, even though I'm... ...a bit shy towards non-payers (and humans).
Interviewer: Do you determine your uniqueness will go viral and find its way into building a huge fanbase?
Rockwell: Who said anything about "uniqueness"? Hell no, not me! I can only be unique based off a person's perspective. Most OCs, but not all, are so full of themselves that they fail to acknowledge their "Sue or Stu" traits and refuse to admit it. (***kin' h0nk!€$) And about a fanbase: I don't know whether to be either thrilled or scared. It's good to have loving fans to support you, and it's