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  1. Kindar

    TCN Interview, Dietrich Orr

    What is your name: Dietrich Orr Where were you born: Pittsburgh, PA Do you have any family: Yeah, I do. There's Donny and Danny, Dom, and Damian, the Nephews, Alex, Arthur, Aaron, Anakin, Albert, Aiden, Adam and Pat. And an uncle, Bobby. My dad died a while back. Where do you see yourself in 10 years: Still sober, that's for sure. Other than that, I don't plan that far ahead. Things can change too quickly. What is your goal: To be happy. What obstacles have you had in your life: How long do you have? There were drugs, alcohol, my own ego, grief. Betraying my family. How have you overcome them: I was forced into rehab. Spent a few years there. I wouldn't have gone willingly. That's got to be the one thing I'm thankful Damian did. It wasn't easy, I had to deal with a lot of stuff I would rather have kept buried. What are you most passionate about: Weight lifting both personally and training others in it. I've sent a few hopeful on the competition circuit. Do you have a pet peeve: People who offer me drinks. Especially those who know I'm a recovering alcoholic. They always think they're funny, but it takes a lot of self-control not to pound their heads in the wall. No, my family doesn't do that. They've gone out of their way to accommodate me. I know Donny and Danny like a glass or two during celebrations, but I haven't seen them bring out any bottles since I've been out of rehab. What relationship-romantic or otherwise-has been the most significant in your life: I... Sorry, I'm not talking about this, next question. What has been your greatest accomplishment: Other than getting sober, I'd say it's winning the Mister Universe title five years in a row. Your greatest failure: I... next question. What do you consider your greatest strength: My physical strength. And my cock.... Am I allowed to say that? Your greatest weakness: Alcohol. Yeah, I know my family's known for being obsessed with sex, but I have control over my sex drive. I fight with my alcoholism. How do you compensate for your weakness(es): I remember that I almost destroyed my family because of my alcoholism, most of the time that kills the desire, if that's not enough I call my doctor and she'll talk me through it. Are you well-liked? Why or why not? If not, would you want to change that? What changes would you be willing to make: My family likes me. Outside of that I've been careful not to let anyone get too close to me. I'm still prone to give into the worshiping and I'm more aware that it isn't always a good thing now. What one thing is essential to having a good day? Or Describe your hypothetical best day ever: A good day. I'm not sure I'm able to have those anymore. But I'd say a good afternoon of weight training, pushing myself hard. Then spending time with my family for err, some fun and game time. What is your decision-making process: Ah hell. I ended up as an alcoholic. I abused drugs, took advantage of guys. I don't think my decision-making process is anything worth talking about. Who do you admire most: Anyone who managed to fight their alcoholism without having to resort to a rehab center. My hats off to them. Which Deadly Sin would you be: Lust, most definitely lust. I used to have a good deal of pride too, but the alcoholism cut that down. Who is your role model: I don't have any. When I was a kid I was too full of myself to think someone else was worth looking up to. Now that I'm older, I have enough to do with keeping my life in order. What is your favorite book: I don't know. I'm on an astronomy kick these days, so I've been reading a lot of the older classics, 'Cosmos' and 'a brief history of time.' What is your weapon of choice: My fists are plenty if I'm forced to get physical with someone. Do you have any spiritual belief/s: Can't say that I do. If you could be in a Disney movie, what would your role be: I don't know. I haven't watched one of those since I was a kid. The one with the fish is about all I remembered of them. Which emoji describes you the best: I don't bother with those things.
  2. Kindar

    TCN Interview, Brian Orr

    What is your name: Brian Orr Where were you born: In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Do you have any family: I've got my dad, two brothers, five sons, and as of a few days ago seven grandsons. Yeah, they're pretty happy, I can't wait for them to go through what they put me through. It isn't like I can drop by to help, since they live on the west coast. That's right Donald and Daniel are the fathers. No, the moms aren't in the pictures. You'll have to ask them why there's more than one mother. It was their decisions. Where do you see yourself in 10 years: Still running my garage. I don't see myself ever stopping. I have twenty-five employees. Yeah, it's pretty large. I have a contract with half a dozen rental agencies for maintaining their fleets, as well as three corporations. No, I don't think I'll be expanding again. I no longer have to feed five extra mouths. I might even start letting it shrink. Give some of the contracts directly to my best employees, let them use that to get their own garages going. I'd like to spend more time getting my hands dirty again. I don't have much time for that right now. What is your goal: You do realize that asking me that right after my ten-year plan is a bit redundant, right? Oh, you mean goal for my life? I don't know. Be happy, I guess. Have regular sex. What obstacles have you had in your life: Being a single father wasn't something I'd planned for. I mean I knew it was coming, I just thought I had a few more years to get used to it. I didn't expect her to just walk out barely days after giving birth to our youngest. Also raising Damian was its own challenge. How I knew. My family has a history of single fathers. I think grandpa Howard and grandma Melina are the only ones who ever stayed together their entire life. Really? You interviewed him? I'm sorry, you just seem a bit young. I mean he died like twenty years ago, was it a school project? Oh okay, yeah that definitely sounds like him. How have you overcome them: I leaned on my family for help with the kids. They were happy to. Bobby loves children. Dad helped too, although after raising the three of us, he wasn't keen on taking on another generation. Damian required a lot of reading. It isn't easy raising someone who is so much smarter than I am, and that doesn't take into account the emotional distance his intelligence brought. He had a tough time getting close to others when he was young, but he managed to grow and adapt. What are you most passionate about: Cars. I got that from my dad. He was an amateur mechanic. He liked modifying cars, and I helped out at first but it wasn't long that I was doing most of the work and he was the assistant. Even now, while I don't do much of the mechanical work at the garage I have a few cars at home I'm rebuilding. One's a 58 Cadillac. I've managed to get almost all original parts. Do you have a pet peeve: People who don't keep their words, or enter into contract under false pretense. Yeah, my Ex is to blame for this. What relationship-romantic or otherwise-has been the most significant in your life: Man, that's a tough one. I mean my family's a no brainer, but if I look back on the whole of it. I think the relationship I develop with Damian was pretty significant. For as smart as he is, he depended on me during this formative years and it forced me to take parenting more seriously. Oh I was an involved dad with my other kids, but they were easy going. Dom did what I told him without arguing, Dietrich mostly did his own thing, and the twins had each other, so yeah, they weren't as intensive as Damian was. What has been your greatest accomplishment: My kids. What father isn't going to say they're the greatest thing he's ever accomplished? Your greatest failure: I want to say my Ex, but the time we were together was great, and she did give me five wonderful kids. I just wish I'd realized that she was playing me, not that I know what I would have done about it. And to be honest I still don't know if that was her plan from the beginning, or if she just got bored with me. I did love her, a lot. That would be why it hurt so much. What do you consider your greatest strength: My ability to adapt. I'll bitch the entire time, but I'll change to keep things working. Your greatest weakness: I don't know if it's really a weakness but I do suffer from a 'taking in lost puppies' syndrome, especially at the garage. I can't count the number of guys I've taken in because they'd fallen on hard times, only to have them try to screw me over somehow. You'd think that with my pet peeve, I wouldn't do it anymore, but I just can't help it. Give me a good sob story and I'll give you a try. But I did get a handful of great guys out of it too, so it isn't all bad. How do you compensate for your weakness(es): For a while I let Damian handle the hiring, he won't take any bullshit from anyone and he's not afraid of being cold when he has to. But when he left to run his own business, well now, I'm really good at compensating for it. Are you well-liked? Why or why not? If not, would you want to change that? What changes would you be willing to make: Has anyone said no to this? Aren't guys way too self-centered to think anyone won't like them? What one thing is essential to having a good day? Or Describe your hypothetical best day ever: Give me a nice car to repair or rebuild. Let me start with just the undercarriage of a corvette and I can guaranty that I'll be in heaven for the duration What is your decision-making process: Unless I'm given a sob story I'll do my research before acting. Who do you admire most: I think Ford was a great man. I mean look at what he built. Until they merged with General Motors, Ford was the dominant car manufacturer in the world. Which Deadly Sin would you be: Lust. I'm an Orr, so it's got to be lust. I'm not surprised, we'll all horn-balls. Who is your role model: My dad? Grandpa? They both started from little and build much. I don't know I guess I never really used other as template for who I should be. What is your favorite book: Any of the Haynes Repair Manuals. What is your weapon of choice: Give me a good 2 and 1/4 wrench and I'll knock anyone who wants to cause trouble off their feet. Do you have any spiritual belief/s: Don't be a dick. If you could be in a Disney movie, what would your role be: To be honest, considering absolutely every hero in those movies are straight, I can't say I'm all that interested in them. If Gaston wasn't such an ass I might be interested in being his side kick. I don't remember his name, just that he was about the only gay character in any of those movies. Which emoji describes you the best: One of those emoji cars I've seen floating around
  3. Kindar

    TCN Interview, Orr Family

    Welcome back to TCN's Important Persons Across the Dimensions. Today's segment is a continuation of the Interviews we have been posting about the Orr Family of the timeline HDK-154 over the recent weeks. As with all IPADs we invite viewers to send in questions that our reporters then ask the relevant person or persons. Before we proceed, we, at TCN, realize that talking about the Orr Family can be problematic as they have come to prominence in a variety of timelines. Just a few months ago we did a segment about the family in the timeline KYD-954, because of how different they are from most of the other Orr Families across the timelines. Please keep that in mind when asking your questions. We, at TCN, understand that many of you study slightly different timelines from the one we are spotlighting in this segment, and if you ask questions, do remember that the answers may not be indicative of the related person in the timeline you are studying. HDK-154 was picked because it, along with KYD-954, is the most studied of the Orr related timelines. Also, this segment will focus on what researchers call the 'Modern Era' of the family, that is between the years 1916 and 2050. We will have segments at a later time on other Eras of the family, those who are authorized to use time travel can feel free to go check them out right now. Because of the amount of time covered, we have sent three reporters to ask the questions. Ramizes Florencia will cover from 1916 to 1950, Isabel Dumoulin, from 1951 to 2000 and William Spoke from 2001 to 2050. Regular viewers will be familiar with Isabel Dumoulin for her work on the Transdimensional War between GTD-143 and MDK-845 where she will bravely give her life to bring TCN the latest on the atrocities the Geniunes will commit in their attempt to seize control of their sister dimension. As a last note, due to the mind set of the eras some of the Orr Family lives in, mind liberating technologies will be used to ensure questions are answered if needed. Be assured that the technologies have been tested by the Mind bureau and have been deemed safe to use, and that they will not affect the quality of the answers given. Anyone asking question for their thesis will be able to use the answers without fear of later being deemed to be wrong. As a reminder, this only applies for the timeline HDK-154, if your research is on a variant timeline, we, at TCN, cannot guaranty the accuracy of the answers obtained here. Also, as a reminder, we will continue to take questions, simply go one of the provided location to ask them: https://inkbunny.net/journalview.php?id=284348 https://www.sofurry.com/view/1217450 https://beta.furrynetwork.com/kindar/journals/?viewId=5800&viewType=journal https://anthrodynamics.com/forums/topic/26-ask-anything-orr-family http://www.furaffinity.net/journal/8339019/ https://www.weasyl.com/journal/119183/ask-anything-orr-family If you cannot reach one of the portals, it means you aren't approved for Trans Dimensional communication. Please contact the portal and submit a request. They are always happy to allow researcher, students and even the general public access to their system. And now, please enjoy Important Persons Across the Dimensions, The Orr Family of Timeline HDK-154. TCN:The first question comes for Kalenidus, for Donald and Daniel Orr. Unfortunately, Kalenidus did not indicate which timeline he is from. Please remember that your name and transmission information is not sufficient for us to inform you of which segment your question will appear in, please provide us with the timeline number. William will take that one WS: Donald and Daniel, what is your most favorite place to have ever gone on vacation with your sons? Donald: Oh wow, the favorite one? Daniel: I don't know about Donny, but for me, and I think the kids too, it had to be that time we went to Switzerland. Donald: Oh yeah, that was really great. The kids were thirteen I think. We'd just sold Castle Crash and we figured we'd treat the whole family to a vacation. So during the kids' winter break we rented an entire resort in the Alpes and flew everyone there. Daniel: Except Damian. Donald: <Chuckles> yeah, well, you know Dam, always busy with his work. WS: Excuse me, but did you say you rented the entire resort? I don't believe your family is large enough to need all the chalet any one resorts would have. Donald: yes I did. And you're right, I think we only used four of the twenty or so cabins they had, but we didn't want to risk anyone walking in on us. Daniel: Hey, you think we should go back? Patrick has never been there. I don't think he even knows what snow is, let along has experienced having sex in it. Donald: Can you say that? Daniel: didn't you check the list of questions? They get a lot more intimate, this is going on a Specialty channel. Which network did you say you were with? WS: TCN. Why don't you elaborate on what made the trip special? Daniel: Well, it was the first time for the kids to experience snow. Watching them running around naked in it was amusing. It didn't take them long to band together for warmth. Donald: the rest of us grew up around snow for part of the year so we knew what to expect. Dominic couldn't stop complaining at how cold it was. It didn't matter how many of us were fucking him, he hates the cold. Daniel: makes you wonder why he sticks with living in DC. Donald: He wants to be close to his master, what else would get him to endure winter on the east coast? Daniel: but yes, having the entire family there, and having sex with the kids in the snow made it really special Donald: we need to go again. WS: What would you say is your most memorable or enjoyable sexual experience? Daniel: well, discovering sex was pretty damn memorable and enjoyable. Donald: that's for everyone, I think he's looking for something more than that. Daniel: I don't know, do you remember how Dietrich kept humping his pillow mimicking us? Donald: Yeah, we had to stop fucking to focus on not laughing. Oh man, what a time. Still I think we need to give him something more. How about that conference in what, 35? We got half a dozen guys to strip naked in the pool and then we proceeded to have sex with each of them Daniel <silent, looking into the distance> Donald: Danny? Daniel: Sorry, just got lost in thought. I was thinking about the kids' ninetieth birthday party, the family party. Donald: Oh. Patrick's first time with us. Daniel: Yeah. It was...something. Donald: one of the history book that's for sure. WS: Can you elaborate? Donald: Well, Patrick is another one of our sons, but he was raised without... I'm not going to go into detail about that, let's just say it was a rough year for him. But by the time the family party came around he was definitely one of us. I picked him up, fucked him on the hood of my car on the way back. Then it was us, his seven brothers, and two of our brothers. The orgy lasted over 24 hours. And other than a nap here and there I don't think anyone actually slept. Daniel: Watching him fuck you was pretty hot. Donald: that must be why you were fucking him within moments then. It isn't often we flip the roles like that. Daniel: Hey what can I say, I was in one of my rare topping moods. As far as I remember, Patrick fucked everyone at least once, even Damian, and I've got to say I didn't think those two would be that comfortable with each other. Sucked everyone too, Other than Damian we all fucked him, and blew him. If there was any doubt he was an Orr, that orgy put them to rest. Donald: Patrick put the lot of us to shame. I think the kids are still trying to prove they can keep up with him. TCN: Trzkt, of Timeline HSE-635, has a question for Donald and Daniel's children. Before going to William, who has assembled Patrick and his brothers, Trzkt also indicated an interest in knowing the relation between the Orr Family and the Society. This exemplifies the issue caused by the Orr Family propagating throughout so many Timelines. The Family answering questions is from the Timeline HDK-154, while the Orr Family which has dealings with the Society is from Timeline KYD-954. Trzkt shouldn't feel embarrassed about mixing them up, many scholars have made that mistake. In fact, TCN was informed that the segment we recorded next year on the Society erroneously referred to Patrick Orr in it, when Patrick does not exist in that timeline. As always, we, at TCN, apologize for such mistake and do our best to make sure they haven't happened. WS: Patrick, out of you and your brothers, who will father children? Adam: Okay, who posted about that. Arthur: Not me. I thought we'd agreed to keep quiet about it until it was a done deal. Aiden: Hey Will, any chance you can tell us how you found out about this? WS: I'm afraid I can't reveal my source. Aiden: Then you better not be posting this until after we give the go ahead. I'm not a fan of lawyers, but I also don't want to have to deal with the media speculation this will cause. WS: You have my word the TCN will not make this interview available before your sons are born. Albert: Aaron? Pat? You two have been the most involved in this, want to take it? Aaron: No me. My involvement has been to try to knock some sense into everyone. I still don't think this is a good idea. Patrick: I guess it falls to me then. We decided to take a scene out of our dads' life and all pitch in. We're in the process of vetting tigresses. Arthur insisted that we do a full genetic workout on them, and us, so that- Anakin: aren't we perfect? Why are we wasting money running our DNA through that? Alexander: pipe down dead boy. If there's one guy among all of us who's DNA is suspect it's got to be yours. Arthur: I think I- Everyone: can-it Arthur, you're perfect too. <laughter> Patrick: sorry, sort of a running joke [TCN NOTE: Arthur Orr suffers from Dwarfisms ] among us. But yes, unless someone comes up with a genetic defect that can't be corrected, we will each pick two women, then the eight of us will have sex will the sixteen of them <generalized groaning> Aaron: since this is being recorded, I want to repeat it, this is a bad idea. You know how it goes, one family per generation. Alexander: Come on, our dads proved that wrong. Aaron: no they didn't, and even if they did, they'd be the exception that creeps up once in a while. We do this and we're asking for trouble. Arthur: Uncle Damian doesn't agr- Aaron: Don't bring him into this! Sorry, you know how I feel about him and letting him have anything to do with us. Albert: We know. What he did to you was pretty horrible, but he isn't directing this, Arthur asked him for advice and he gave it. He's not manipulating any of us into doing this. Patrick: Let's bring this back to the question. The answer is that we're all going to father sons, and we will all raise them together. WS: Out of curiosity, I know it's traditional for the generation's name to start with the same letter. Have you decided which letter that will be? Aiden: Pat decided to make it really tough on himself, because he's the one who's going to have to come up with the names. Sixteen boys with names that start with the letter 'W.' I can't wait to see what you're going to come up with, Pat. Patrick: Hey, so long as I'm allowed to use the internet, I'm not worried. Aaron: Damned right you're using the internet. And I get veto rights on what you pick for my sons. I am NOT letting you name one of them Wilbury. Patrick: Nice one, I hadn't thought about it. Anyone wants it? <generalized Denial> <laughter> TCN: Dan The Bear, of Timeline NUD-001 sent us questions for Bobby Orr, via one of our traveling [redacted]. Isabel will field these questions. TCN: Infortunately, due to this Timeline's established moral codes, we, at TCN, can not post this section of the interview. If you wish to see it, please go to [Redacted] or [Redacted] TCN: Kzorith, also from Timeline NUD-001, and also through one of our traveling [redacted] as a question for Damian. William will field this one. WS: Damian, What are your middle names? Damian: I do not have any. My father did not see a point in adding a list of names that would serve no purpose. I am aware this custom was widespread in the dark ages, a show of status, and the family tree Richard compiled shows our family followed that tradition during that time, but once the Orrs arrived on the American continent, they stopped burdening their sons with them. TCN: And to close this session, Kalenidus asked a question of all the Orrs. Ramirez will field this question with Howard, and we will ask it of other family members during other sessions. TCN: Before proceeding, let me remind you that we will continue to accept questions for future segments on the Orr Family. You can leave them either in the comments here, or at one of the above-mentioned Portals. TCN: May the Time Stream be gentle. RF: Howard, Have there ever been any outside partners, either spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend, that became privy to your family's orgies and incest and joined in on the fun with no hangups? Howard: Melina, my wife, knows and she's fine with it. It isn't like me sticking it in the boys means I'm not sticking it into her anytime she wants. Actually having the boys around makes her feel better. She never stopped me from doing it with the guys on the crew. She never held it against me that I want to have sex so often, but being able to keep it inside the family means she doesn't have to worry about one of the Pigs walking in on the construction site and catching me and the guys playing. Howard: She never did it with the boys, they weren't into her like that, but me and her always started the Orgy and closed it. That was tradition.
  4. Kindar

    TCN Interview, Bobby Orr

    Welcome back to our ongoing Interviews with individual members of the Orr Family of Timeline HDK-154. Today we have Bobby Orr. As with all Individual Interviews, this one follows a pre established set of questions. If you have questions That were not asked here, please feel free to leave them below and We will add them to the list of Viewer asked Questions. What is your name: It is Bobby Orr. Where were you born: In Pittsburgh, Pensylvania. Do you have any family: I do, two brothers, five nephews and eight great nephews. No, I have no children of my own. Oh, My kids? They're simply a group of boys, well most of them are adults now, that I mentored over the years. Yes, I still do that, even at my age. There's no age limit on making sure young boys get the chance to explore their world. Where do you see yourself in 10 years: I would like to still be alive, I'm seventy-four so it's in the realm of the possibility. I take good care of my health, and medicine is much better now than even when I was a kid. But I need to be realistic, I'm not a young man anymore. What is your goal: To live as well as I can, be there for my friends and family, and my kids, if they need me. To continue mentoring young boys. What obstacles have you had in your life: The financial crisis in the aught caused me a bit of bump. I didn't over extend my investing, but even those of us who didn't 'play the game' got caught in the backlash. In my personal life, well, the mentoring I do has drawn criticism at times, which I suppose is to be expected, a full grown man spending so much time with young boys will attract attention. How have you overcome them: I weathered the crisis the same way the other respectable investment bankers did. We stuck to sensible investments, put our client's finances before our own and remembered that like every crisis before that one, it would pass. In my personal life, I put the well being of the boys before my own. Which has meant distancing myself from certain boys at times. I did my best to help them when things quieted down, but those formative years are all important. What are you most passionate about: My kids and their well being. I don't think there's anything I wouldn't do for them. Do you have a pet peeve: People who leave their dogs out to bark all day. It's an animal, they should be taking care of it, not dumping iit in the backyard. What relationship-romantic or otherwise-has been the most significant in your life: I'd say my kids, but I'm guessing you're getting tired of that answer. Russel and Lum, then. My neighbors. We've been friends for years now and they are very dear to me. What has been your greatest accomplishment: My kids. Sorry, I really can't give you anything else on this one. My kids, who they became, what they accomplished. No, of course not, they didn't all accomplish big things, I'm not that great of a mentor to turn them all into genius, but even those who only did small things, they did things. They made something of themselves, and that's what I wanted for all of them. Find someone to love, build a family, find work they enjoyed. Your greatest failure: Jeremy. He's... was one of my kids. It was during a period when I was really busy with life. I was still working, the firm was undergoing changes and I missed the signs. When he called I was distracted, I didn't pay attention. He and his boyfriend had broken up, it was messy and he had a breakdown. He was institutionalized. They filled him with pills, probably did other things. His parents blamed me so I wasn't allowed to see him there. When they released him a year and a half later he was a shadow of himself. I tried to help him, but again, his family wouldn't let me. He killed himself a few months after that. What do you consider your greatest strength: That I care. Your greatest weakness: Chocolate! What did you think I was going to say my kids again? How do you compensate for your weakness(es): It's chocolate, you don't compensate, you give in. Are you well-liked? Why or why not? If not, would you want to change that? What changes would you be willing to make: Over all I am. Like I said, my kids still come around and they certainly like me. Some of their family don't like that I'm still close to them. "Not natural," they like to claim. Like there being age gaps between friend is a bad thing. What one thing is essential to having a good day? Or Describe your hypothetical best day ever: The best day ever would have to be...let's see. A barbeque where all my kids and my family show up. I'd probably have to lease out the park in its entirety to fit everyone, but that would be an amazing day. What is your decision-making process: I tend to be analytical, I get that from my years at the firm. Who do you admire most: Mother Theresa. Really? Come on, I get she died a long time ago, but all the good work she did.... Really? Nothing? Don't they teach you kids anything at school anymore? Look her up on the internet. Which Deadly Sin would you be: Lust. Yeah, I'm not surprised. We do love sex in my family. Who is your role model: Well, I had a few while I was working, but those were all people how were successful investors. Warren Buffett was a big one. In my personal life I can't say I've ever looked to other people as representing who I should me. What is your favorite book: That list would bore you. All investment books. I still read them, since I'm still managing my own money, as well as that of some friends. No, Damian took over managing the family money a few years ago. I didn't mind. It let me focus on mentoring. What is your weapon of choice: I don't see a point in fighting. Yes, I have gotten into fights when I was younger, but that's not what you're implying here. I never look for a fight. I'm a lot like Damian in that I believe any situation can be defused before it escalates to fighting. Do you have any spiritual belief/s: Everyone has the right to be happy. To do what he or she wants so long as it doesn't hurt anyone else. If you could be in a Disney movie, what would your role be: I don't know? Merlin in that animated King Arthur movie? I don't remember the title. Yes, that sounds about right. I'd be him, the goofy magician doing his best to help. Which emoji describes you the best: Can't we make those of ourselves these days? That's what I'd be. An emoji of me.
  5. Kindar

    TCN Interview, Alexander Orr

    Welcome back to our ongoing Interviews with individual members of the Orr Family of Timeline HDK-154. Today we have Alexander Orr. As with all Individual Interviews, this one follows a pre-established set of questions. If you have questions That were not asked here, please feel free to leave them below and We will add them to the list of Viewer asked Questions. What is your name: Alexander Orr, Well, I can actually say this now. Detective Alexander Orr. I passed the exam last month and got my shield this morning. Is this what the interview is about? Ahh, okay, I hope the others were well behaved during theirs then. Where were you born: I was born in San Francisco, California. At the Coastal Woman's Hospital. Do you have any family: Of course I do. There's my dads, my seven brothers, three uncles and two great uncles. I see my immediate family regularly, except for Aaron, he hasn't been around as much as any of us would like since joining the army. Dominic and Dietrich come by when they can, I think Dietrich is going to be moving to the city, he talked about opening a gym last time he was here and if there's one place that can always use another gym it's this city. Where do you see yourself in 10 years: It'd be nice to be captain by then, although ten years might not be long enough to achieve that. But I'd be heading there. What is your goal: Ultimate goal? Police Commissioner. No, it wasn't always my plan. Before I joined the force I figured I'd be happy just being a detective, but with what I've seen since then, I'm thinking I could do some good in that position. What obstacles have you had in your life: I've had to deal with corruption within the department. That wasn't pretty. How have you overcome them: I'm sorry to say I had to turn to my family for help. I wasn't strong enough to resolve it on my own. My uncle helped me a lot through it. Damian, he's the one I went to for help. What are you most passionate about: I'm going to come across as a stereotype, I just know it. Justice is what I'm passionate about. That's why I became a police officer to start with, to be on the front line and make sure the bad guys were caught. Do you have a pet peeve: People who blast their radio in their cars. I have no issues with someone liking their music loud, but the rest of us shouldn't have to suffer through it. I'm not kidding, at one point I was carrying a decibel meter to see if I could catch one of them with their music above the city's noise ordinance. Unfortunately I didn't. What relationship-romantic or otherwise-has been the most significant in your life: It's a good thing you added the 'otherwise' in there. I'm not much for romantic relationships. I gave that a try a few years ago and it didn't end well. He'd agreed to an open relationship, and I came home to him every night, but after a while he got angry with me anytime I didn't come home immediately after work. I ended it, and haven't tried it again. I guess I'll have to say my family. I'm pretty close to my dads and my brothers. What has been your greatest accomplishment: Getting my badge the hard way. It was offered to me in the aftermath of the corruption scandal, but I turned it down. It wasn't easy, but I knew what my uncle would have thought of me if I'd said yes, and as difficult as Damian can get some time, I value what he thinks of me. Your greatest failure: Not having the guts to say no when I was given that first payoff. What do you consider your greatest strength: Does anyone actually answer this question? I mean, who will answer this honestly? Really? They did? How do you know they were honest? Wait, you verified it? What, you had then followed? Did you put them to the test? Wait, do you work for uncle Damian? Is this something he-he didn't? okay. Your greatest weakness: I could say my lack of backbone, but I worked through that one, trust me. I might like my gun too much. I know, you're looking for a moral weakness, or something like that. Trust me, you can't buy me off, not anymore. Asses, I'm an ass guy. How do you compensate for your weakness(es): Oh, I don't. Are you well-liked? Why or why not? If not, would you want to change that? What changes would you be willing to make: I'm a cop, I've made my share of enemies. Taking part in bringing down a corruption ring within the force didn't make me many friends either, so I guess I'm going to have to say that except for a handful of people, no, I'm not really liked within the force. Outside of it? It isn't easy to keep the two completely separated, but yeah, outside of work I'm well liked. What one thing is essential to having a good day? Or Describe your hypothetical best day ever: Easy reports to fill out. Those days when I can get out by dinner time are glorious. What is your decision-making process: Gather the evidence, analyze it, remove anything that might be tainted and judge the rest. Who do you admire most: When I was younger it was Commissioner Anita Hyacinthe, ever since I met her at one of the galas my dads took me to I thought she was an amazing woman to have managed to make her way there and hold on to the position for all these years. Now, I have to say it's my brother, Patrick. He works for Damian. I've known that years, but I didn't realize what that meant until recently, and his job isn't an easy one. Which Deadly Sin would you be: First off, I'm not religious, second, Lust. I'm willing to bet my entire family has answered that. He didn't? what did he say? Oh, yeah, okay, I can see that. Who is your role model: The commissioner. What is your favorite book: The life and times of Al Capone. No, it isn't that strange, it's a very solid look at how law enforcement worked back then. What is your weapon of choice: The Winchester Atlas handgun model 632. Possibly the greatest gun ever made. I wish. The department still uses Colts, although I've heard there's talk that they're testing the Smith and Wesson cartridgeless model. Do you have any spiritual belief/s: No, I don't. If you could be in a Disney movie, what would your role be: I would be Chief Inspector Renard, in Robin of the Hood, who else would I be? You haven't seen it? Come on, it's a great movie, it's a modern retelling of Robin Hood, if you couldn't tell. It came out like four or five years ago. Robin is the chief's son, Marian the mayor's daughter. No it isn't silly at all, well, okay, the singing might have gone overboard, but the story is really good. Which emoji describes you the best: I have my very own emoji, here, let me show you. My dads made it for me, it's animated and everything.
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    TCN Interview, Adam Orr

    Welcome back to our ongoing Interviews with individual members of the Orr Family of Timeline HDK-154. Today we have Adam Orr. As with all Individual Interviews, this one follows a pre established set of questions. If you have questions That were not asked here, please feel free to leave them below and We will add them to the list of Viewer asked Questions. What is your name: Adam Orr Where were you born: San Francisco. Do you have any family: Yep, seven brothers, two fathers, three uncles, and two great uncles. Yes, Patrick is my brother. Not my half brother, my brother. I don't see why him having a different last name would be a problem. Where do you see yourself in 10 years: Oh, that's easy. Standing on the podium getting the NASCAR trophy. What is your goal: To be the best race car driver in the world. What obstacles have you had in your life: Slow drivers. Kidding aside, I don't think I ever had any 'obstacles' to overcome. I don't think life is like Aiden's novels, you don't get stuff just happening to you so you'll learn a lesson, or to make your life difficult. You just drive with the pedal to the metal. How have you overcome them: I out run them. What are you most passionate about: Cars, and guys. And I guess guys in cars. Do you have a pet peeve: People who waste too much time planning everything. Yes, Albert, I mean you. If you read this come see me and I'll show you that life is much more fun when it's spontaneous. What relationship-romantic or otherwise-has been the most significant in your life: My cars. I'm not joking, well, okay, maybe a little, but my babies light up my life. What has been your greatest accomplishment: At this point? I don't know, sleeping with the entire football team? What? No no, not at the same time. Most of them don't know the others are willing to have sex with a guy. I really don't see what the big deal is, none of them said no. Your greatest failure: I am not talking about that. What do you consider your greatest strength: My spontaneity. And my ability to come up with explanations on the fly. You have no idea how often that saved my life. Your greatest weakness: Are you trying for the position of my arch nemesis? Why would you need to know that? How do you compensate for your weakness(es): Okay, I'll let you in on a secret, I don't' compensate, I give in. I just plunge right in and if the guy says yes, we both have the time of our lives. Are you well-liked? Why or why not? If not, would you want to change that? What changes would you be willing to make: Yeah, I am. I'm an easy going guy. And I love helping them out. Actually, can I ask you a question? Are you married? No reason, you just have the look. A little tired, not the 'it's been a long day kind,' but the 'can't she leave me alone for a minute' kind of tired. I knew it. Here's my contact, if you ever need a change, get in touch. What one thing is essential to having a good day? Or Describe your hypothetical best day ever: Best day. Well, they won't let me on the track yet, I mean not for real, but taking out one of the cars on the test track and just letting loose is a great feeling, trust me, after that all I want is a guy to... oh, right. This is going to a general audience publication, right? Just strike that then, I wouldn't want kids to read that. What is your decision-making process: Just do it. Who do you admire most: Pat. I'm amazed at all he had to overcome and he still managed to be a decent guy, hell, he's a better guy than a lot of those I went to school with and we were all pretty at ease in our life. Which Deadly Sin would you be: Lust, oh yeah. I'm lust incarnate. Who is your role model: I don't have time for role models. I'm too busy doing stuff, and guys. What is your favorite book: The General-Ford Mechanical principles of the Electrical Engine. It's THE book for anyone who wants to work on engines. I'd even say the weekend mechanic should read it. What is your weapon of choice: I'm packing it between my legs. Do you have any spiritual belief/s: Nope. I talked with Pat about religion and frankly, it isn't for me. I prefer living in the here and now rather than worry about what's going to happen once I'm dead. If you could be in a Disney movie, what would your role be: Lightning McQueen! Which emoji describes you the best: The race car one.
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    TCN Interview, Donald and Daniel Orr

    Welcome back to our ongoing Interviews with individual members of the Orr Family of Timeline HDK-154. Today we have Donald and Daniel Orr. As with all Individual Interviews, this one follows a pre established set of questions. If you have questions That were not asked here, please feel free to leave them below and We will add them to the list of Viewer asked Questions. What is your name: My name is Donald, Mine's Daniel. Yes, someone mentioned something about interviewing us individually, but no one stopped me when I entered the interview room a few minutes after Danny. No, I didn't lie. No one asked my name, someone pointed out that I was cutting it short for the interview so I hurried here. No, I'm not leaving. Or rather, if he's leaving I'm leaving too. We're doing this because we were asked nicely, if you're going to turn around and be an ass now, that isn't something either one of us feels like dealing with. So are we continuing? Or ending this? Where were you born: We were born in Pittsburgh, PA. Back then it was the outskirts of it to be precise, it got gobbled up in 2032 I think. Really? Yes, I remember reading something about it, something about Pittsburgh expanding its border to compete on some grant thing. Do you have any family: We have 8 wonderful kids. 7, Aiden forgot our birthday. 8 kids, and 3 brothers. No no one is married. Pat's seeing someone, but I don't know how serious it is. It's serious. But I don't think it's going to last. His BF isn't ready for our lifestyle. Where do you see yourself in 10 years: In ten years we're going to be on a beach somewhere warm, bleaching out fur with a fruity drink in one hand and a lifeguard in the other. No we won't. Us, retire? It's never going to happen. We're going to be making games until the day you keel over. Don't listen to him, he's a workaholic. My brother gets up in the middle of the night to tweak programs. I do not. How about that-I had to go to the bathroom, and I noticed we had a notice from the client so I checked it and he mentioned something wrong with the version we'd sent him to test, so I looked at it and it was an easy fix. He was still at it when I got up at seven in the morning. That's what he calls an easy fix What is your goal: Hopefully to have grandkids. We keep bugging the kids for one of them to go out and find himself a girl, but they're still having fun living. I swear, this generation doesn't know how to buckle down and make the hard decisions. Says the guy who agonized over leaving his comic book collection behind when we moved to the west coast. They're not even thirty, they have time. I just want them to have a good life. Kids will happen, I'm not worried about that. What obstacles have you had in your life: The water shortage of 2039 hurt. I think he means personal obstacles. I know what he means, I just don't' know what to say. We're not movie characters, I don't think we ever had any 'obstacles' we've lived a relatively charmed life. There was the year Patrick joined our family, that was something of a rough time. How have you overcome them: Oh, we tag teamed him. What are you most passionate about: Our kids, our brothers, our programming and other guys, in that order. No, I have nothing to say about it, he's right. Do you have a pet peeve: People who can't tell us apart? Be serious Donny, if that was it, you'd always be angry, well angrier. Smokers annoy me, no, not vappers, those I don't mind, it doesn't smell bad. It the retards who insist on smoking cigarettes. Not only do those things stink, but they're killing those around them. They should be illegal. What relationship-romantic or otherwise-has been the most significant in your life: My brother. You're going to make me blush. Idiot. I do agree with him. Our relationship has defined our lives. Yes, business and personal. Yes, we live together. I'd watch my tone if I were you, I'll just walk, but Donny could very well punch your lights out. If you have a problem with us being lovers, we can end this right now. What has been your greatest accomplishment: Not slamming your head into the wall. Donny, come on, he said he was sorry. I'm going to say it was raising seven of our eight kids. No, we didn't raise Patrick. He lived with his mother, we only found out about him when he was eighteen. I guess we can add being able to mend the fence with Margarette as a great accomplishment. It isn't like Pat gave us a choice. He wasn't going to let us remain distant. Your greatest failure: Letting Margarette leave with Patrick when she was pregnant. I know it worked out, but I still think a lot of drama would have been avoided if we'd gone after her then. I don't know, I think it was selling Castle Crash when we did. Clearly we could have made more money off it before selling it. What do you consider your greatest strength: Stamina. Creativity. Creative stamina. Your greatest weakness: Our kids, we just can't say no to them. You can't, I certainly am able to put my foot down. Sure you are. That's why Adam got a car when he was fourteen even though he didn't officially have a drivers license yet. How do you compensate for your weakness(es): Do you have kids? And are you able to say no to them? I didn't think so. There's no compensating for that. You just learn to live with it and hope to God they're not as sneaky as you were at their age. Are you well-liked? Why or why not? If not, would you want to change that? What changes would you be willing to make: Yeah, we're well-liked. We help the community and the industry. It's very difficult not to like us, especially if we can isolate you. What one thing is essential to having a good day? Or Describe your hypothetical best day ever: Any day that I spend with Donny is an amazing day. It gets better if the kids come and visit. What is your decision-making process: I make the decision. Then I ignore it and do whatever I want. Who do you admire most: I'm sitting next to him. Which Deadly Sin would you be: Lust, with a side of Wrath for Donny. Who is your role model: We never wasted time looking to others on how to live our life. I mean two brothers who are lovers, you tell me who's out there for us to emulate. What is your favorite book: The Copernik compendium of programing language. He isn't kidding, he's read the thing three times already and he'd on the fourth one. It's a good book. If you say so, for myself I'm a fan of light romance. Yes, straight or gay, all that matters is that it's well written. I'm on book six of Amanda Romanov 'The lovers of the moon' series. It's good, she mixes the genders so it's not too predictable. What is your weapon of choice: I can't answer that in on this show. I think he means in a fight. I know that what he means, and while you're adept with your fists I'd much rather rip the guy's clothes off and get him on his-I told you I couldn't answer that here. Do you have any spiritual belief/s: I believe that if I do the best I can to be a good person, the world will be a better place. I'm with him on that. If you could be in a Disney movie, what would your role be: They'd have to remake it a fourth time, but I think we could be kids in the 'parent trap.' We're too old, we'd be the parents. Like I said, they'd have to remake it again. Which emoji describes you the best: None of them. We are far too unique to be embodied by something like that. But if you want, we'll make you some for cheap.
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    TCN Interview, Robert Orr

    What is your name: Robert Orr Where were you born: New York City, NY Do you have any family: I have three sons, three brothers, a father, and mother. My own wife died of cancer. Thank you. Where do you see yourself in 10 years: 10 years? I'll be approaching retirement by then. I might take it a few years early, I have a good retirement fund set up. I'm a stock broker. I like to think I'm good, at least my firm has gotten good returns for our clients. Ah, no, I'm not one of those investment geniuses. I do my research, and I've found a few hidden gems, but I've made my share of mistakes too. I was all set to invest in the early consoles, instead of the personal computer, one of my employees was the one to insist on that. What is your goal: To be honest, I've pretty much already achieved it. Like I said, I have a good retirement fund, I have my kids, who still come and visit. I have friends, oh and it's actually safe to say that these days, but I can sleep with guys and not have to worry about who'll find out, well, unless it's their wives. I'm kidding. As far as I know, none of them are married. What obstacles have you had in your life: Sandra's death was pretty hard. I hit the bottle and almost lost my firm. How have you overcome them: Oh, my dad. He showed up one day and, hmmm, screw my head on straight. What are you most passionate about: Cars. You should visit my garage, I always have a car in there I'm rebuilding. Oh, I'm strictly an amateur, self-taught and everything, but I've modified all the cars I've owned over the years to tweak them to my liking. Do you have a pet peeve: Smokers. I can't stand them. I'm all for people who want to destroy their lungs, but they need to keep it to their homes and not make me a victim of their addiction. What relationship-romantic or otherwise-has been the most significant in your life: My wife. Sandra meant everything to me. What has been your greatest accomplishment: Raising three rambunctious boys by myself. Bryan was eight when Sandra died. Your greatest failure: Crawling into the bottle instead of confronting my grief. What do you consider your greatest strength: I have a good head on my shoulder. I can think and analyze data. Your greatest weakness: Ahhh, sex. Oh, I love sex, and that has gotten me into trouble at times. No, I won't give you details, only to say that I managed to avoid going to jail by sheer luck twice. How do you compensate for your weakness(es): Well, in this day and age it isn't the problem it was before, so it sort of resolved itself, but back then I took care to verify that the guys who expressed an interest in me were actually gay and not police officers looking for an easy bust. Are you well-liked? Why or why not? If not, would you want to change that? What changes would you be willing to make: You know, you really should be asking the people around me, I doubt asking us that question will get you accurate answers. Having said that, I'd like to think that yes, I'm well liked. That isn't to say I haven't made enemies over my career, but overall, I have more friends than people who don't like me. What one thing is essential to having a good day? Or Describe your hypothetical best day ever: Something essential to having a good day? Being able to go home, have a friend come over so we can enjoy each other's company. What is your decision-making process: Thinking things over, analyzing the data I can find about the issue. Who do you admire most: My mom, because she was able to handle, me, my brothers, and my dad. Trust me, the five of us were a handful. We were always getting into trouble with each other, but somehow she kept on loving all of us. Which Deadly Sin would you be: I want to make sure it's clear that I don't believe in sins. That's right, I'm not religious. I'm gay, so you can imagine how I felt about all the fire and brimstone the Catholic spewed when I was younger. My parents aren't' religious either, but back then the school were all religious, so yeah, I had to endure a lot of it. No, my loving my wife isn't a contradiction. Being gay means I want to have sex with men, but I can still love a woman. No, I didn't cheat on her. Of course I had sex with her, you think my three sons are illegitimate? Trust me, they're mine, I know. Who is your role model: I don't think I ever had a single role model. The idea that one person can encompass the width of everything we should seek to achieve is a dangerous one, I think. I've taken bits and pieces from a lot of people I've known and read about. What is your favorite book: Arg. I don't like reading. Yes, I know. It's weird of me to say that considering how much reading is involved in doing research, but after doing all of that I don't feel like doing anymore. I'll put on a movie to relax. What is your weapon of choice: Really? Weapon? I don't fight, so I don't have one. Do you have any spiritual belief/s: Be good to yourself and the people around you. If you could be in a Disney movie, what would your role be: I don't know, all the princes end up with princesses, not really my thing. Which emoji describes you the best: Is there a lewd one? That would be me.
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