Soda Citizen: Alex Strickland of Abacus/Bathe
Sean: Do you believe in aliens?
Do you believe that they don't exist or just haven't visited us?
...You don't expect it to be advanced?
Of the things we already know about in the ocean, what would you least want to encounter?
If you could bring back one extinct animal, which one would it be?
But you wouldn't be at the bottom of the ocean.
I want raptors to be a thing. I feel like there would be stupid people that would go wander into the fields like in Jurassic Park. And in a bunch of tall grass the raptors are going to be hanging out and it's just to be advanced Darwinism. They'll take out all the stupid people.
How would you protect yourself from the raptors?
If you could live in one movie, what movie would it be?
Alex Strickland performs vocals in Columbia's Abacus and Bathe, books metal shows and and is the new head chef at Hunter Gatherer on Main. Abacus plays a free show with Bask, Vacation State and Galaxy Chief on Feb. 17 at New Brookland Tavern in West Columbia.
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