Faculty Fast Talk: Mr. Conor McCloskey

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Do you have any siblings? Three, two sisters and one brother What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Cookies and Cream Favorite holiday movie? The Grinch, not the Jim Carrey one What is your drink of choice in the morning? Coffee Last movie you saw at the theater? IT Middle name? Joseph Oreo: cookie or cream? Cookie Does pineapple belong on pizza? No What is your favorite place in the whole world? Acadia National Park Do you believe that aliens exist? Yes Do you own slippers? No Do you sleep with socks on? Absolutely not Do you sleep with the door open or closed? What kind of person sleeps with the door open? If you could change your name to anything, what would you choose? Tikki Tikki Tembo-no Sa Rembo-chari Bari Ruchi-pip Peri Pembo What is the last thing that made you laugh? Ms. Medeiros Worst injury you have ever had? Sprained Ego What is your favorite thing about where you live? The Ocean What is your least favorite thing about where you live? No Mountains What is your biggest fear? Ms. Medeiros What is the last book you read? Into the Wild Favorite quote? “Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that…” MLK Jr. What song would you want played at your funeral? “Into the Mystic” – Van Morrison What is your favorite conspiracy theory? Ms. Medeiros, in the Conservatory, with the Wrench What’s one thing that you’re obsessed with that you could talk about for hours? Teaching and Music Who, alive or dead, would you most like to throw cold spaghetti at? Is cold spaghetti an insult or a compliment? LHS history teacher Mr. Conor McCloskey. Photo by Rachelle Bousquet. What is your favorite movie? The Dark Knight Which instrument do you wish you could play? Piano If your life story was a book, which genre would it be? Non-Fiction How long is the longest friendship you have? My current age, plus 9 months If you could get rid of one season, which season would you get rid of and why? Spring. “Love is in the air, spring is all around,” that isn’t love, it’s allergies– either way you feel sick.