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Ted Nugent
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He turns city folk into survivors on VH-1's Surviving Nugent; he's an award-winning writer with New York Times bestsellers and 40 publications; he guest stars on Larry King, Howard Stern, The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity & Colmes, and Rush Limbaugh; he hunts buffalo with a bow and is an NRA board member; he hosts Ted Nugent Spirit of the Wild TV on the Outdoor Channel; and is the editor and publisher of Adventure Outdoors magazine.

Oh, and he's also one of the great American rock legends with more than 30 million albums sold.

As one of the more outspoken Second Amendment advocates, Ted Nugent is a recipient of numerous commendations from state police, sheriff departments, FBI and police agencies nationwide, and has been lauded for his Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids and work as a national spokesman for D.A.R.E.

Whether you love him or hate him, Ted sets an example that we should all follow: Be yourself, be true to who you are and to your beliefs, and when they tell you to change, crank up the volume instead.

Ted now does so for us as he answers our 1000 Questions:

0001. In all of history, what is your favorite invention?

The bow & arrow. It brings me food, discipline, challenge, fun, & it was the 1st guitar celebrating the primal scream that brought forth all good black music.

0010. What do you hope will be invented next?

A drug that will make hippies & hillbillies straighten up or die quicker.

0011. What do you hope will never be invented?

Laughter antidote.

0100. What would you un-invent if you could?

Country & Western.

0101. If marooned on a desert island, what three technological devices would you bring with you, and why?

A Glock with lotsa ammo, a laptop with solar panel & satellite phone with hi-speed internet so I can tease the citified slaves with my life of ultimate tax free independence.

0110. When have you suffered at the hands of technology?


0111. When has some technology suffered at your hands?

I shoot computers at will.

1000. If you had to revert and freeze the world's technology at a
particular time in history, what year would you choose and why?

The Year One so us Neanderthals could party on like real men.

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