Savannah Viars, Staff Writer

General Journal: How lucky are you and why?

Coach Terry: I’m luckier than s hedgehog surfing a waterfall because life is much like that. One minute you’re having the best time . . . the next you are plummeting to an uncertain splash landing (hopefully splash . . . not squish landing). Anyway . . . so far . . . I’m luckier than that.

GJ: Are you more of a hunter or gatherer?

CT: Gatherer! (You barbarians. Have you ever watched Bambi or Nemo?)

GJ: What is the difference between normal ketchup and fancy ketchup?

CT: I think fancy ketchup went to an Ivy League school.

GJ: What ice cream flavor describes your life and why?

CT: Wasabi ice cream . . . because it’s rare, a little weird, and most people don’t know they like it yet.

GJ: Why doesn’t Winnie the Pooh ever get stung by the bees he messes with?

CT: I think the whole thing is fixed . . . like Monday Night Raw. The bees act like they want to sting Pooh, but it’s just a charade

GJ: What do people in China call their good plates?

CT: I believe the Chinese word is “Wăn,” which of course means “bowl.”

GJ: What was your favorite toy as a child?

CT: We didn’t really have toys back then, just rocks and dirt clods. I preferred dirt clods.

GJ: Which arm rest is yours at the movie theater?

CT: All three of them.

GJ: If you could invent anything, what would you invent?

CT: I would invent software that would synthesize ideas for new inventions.