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Seven Question Slam: Mr. Schofield

Soleil Corvelo, Contributor

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Mr. Schofield, a physics teacher, recently took the time to sit down with The Breeze to answer some questions.

Q: If you were not a teacher, what would you be?

A: Had I not gone into education, I would have been a police officer or a Marine.

Q: What did you want to be when you were a kid?

A: A police officer or a Marine

Q: If you could have dinner with a historical person, living or dead, who would it be?

A: The Dalai Lama.  I have had the opportunity to see him talk twice and I find him awe-inspiring. And I’m a Buddhist.

Q: What is your favorite restaurant?

A: For atmosphere: Brick Alley in Newport; for quality of food (all vegetarian): Chase’s Daily in Belfast, ME.

Q: What is your favorite movie? Why?

A: Blade Runner. Philip K. Dick is a great author and this movie was a nice take on his book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?.  Directed by Ridley Scott, a great director, with nice cinematography for the time.  Soundtrack by Vangelis. Wonderful.

Q: What is your favorite topic to teach?

A: The gravitational forces involved with collapsing stars, neutron stars, and black holes.

Q: What is the subject you would least like to teach?

A: English.  I give credit to English teachers for being able to read thirty versions of an essay.  Ugh.  I could not do that, my attention span is too short.

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