Here is the answers for Mr. Finn's questions.
Q: Have you ever had an 'office romance'?
A: Wolfram and Hart looks down upon personal relationships between colleagues. They do support friendly competition. So I would never jeopardize my position at the firm by consorting someone at work. Although do have to say that I have been tempted. Miss Morgan is a very attractive women, and knows how to use her feminine charms to manipulate and influence those around her.
Q: What religion or philosophy do you live by, if any?
A: Guess I have a fairly complex philosophy that includes key aspects from Charles Darwin, Herbert Spencer, and Friedrich Nietzsche. In a 1899 letter Jack London wrote, Herbert Spencer's First Principles "has done more for mankind, and through the ages will have done far more for mankind, than a thousand books."
Contrary to popular belief, it was Herbert Spencer, not Charles Darwin, that first coined the phrase "survival of the fittest." He first used the phrase in the Principles of Biology (1864 - 1867). Spencer wrote,
"The survival of the fittest which I have here sought to express in mechanical terms, is that which Mr. Darwin has called "natural selection, or the preservation of favored races in the struggle for life."
And clearly life is all about survival of the fittest and smartest. Friedrich Nietzsche's book Thus Spoke Zarathustra
promotes this idea above all others. In this book, Nietzsche expounded his theory of the "beyond - man" or "superman." The "superman" was perfect in both mind and body. He was unmatched in strength and intelligence. He was also not encumbered by religious or social mores.
So that is part of the philosophy I live by, though when it comes down to it, I'll do whatever I think is in the best interest of myself, for my own survival will always come first.
Q: You're offered your dream job. What is it?
A: My idea job would be CEO of Wolfram and Hart. So my goal is to someday become the number one man at the law firm. With it will come power and control that is beyond what most could ever comprehend.
Q: Who is your favorite author?
A: Always found Friedrich Nietzsche's books, such as Beyond Good and Evil
to be very intriguing.
Q: If you were in a movie,what genre would you want to
act in: horror, comedy, drama, action-adventure, or sci-fi?
A: Think I'm living in a horror/comedy movie with Angel as the annoying creature that just won't stay dead. But if I had my choice would take action-adventure. Always liked watching those westerns where the guy does everything he set out to do in life, and after winning the final battle, rides off into the sunset with his true love. Okay, so have a little bit of a hopeless romantic in me. So sue me.