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Shane the Giant. Or Shane the Tiger? He’s not actually a giant, but most people inform him he is really tall. We can only speculate he isn’t actually a tiger either. 

As we wait in anticipation of what both contestants will produce as their 1:1 REPRESENT, we asked Shane the same questions we asked Kelsey. Here’s what he had to say for himself:

1:1 – You can invite three people to dinner, dead or alive, who would you invite and what would the main course be?

Shane – Great question but difficult to narrow down my answer. There are so many people I’d like to break bread with, but if I can only choose three, then I would have to say John F. Kennedy, Mitch Hedberg, and Jack White. I decided to invite one person who died before I was born, one person who died during my lifetime and one person who is still alive. We’d talk about music and politics and rely on Mitch for awkward yet witty one-liners. For supper, we’d feast on BBQ ribs and chicken because you can learn a lot about a person by how they eat with their hands.

1:1 – What’s your favorite thing about San Diego?

Shane – I love so many things about San Diego. I moved here from Los Angels before my 2nd birthday and have never called any other place “home.” My favorite thing about America’s Finest City is the people who live here. My parents, sister and niece all live within the county and it’s comforting to know they are close if I ever need them. Also, throughout my life, I have met some pretty amazing people that I am lucky enough to call friends that, lucky for me, still live here.

1:1 – Last book, news article, or blog you read… besides this Tumblr blog, of course.

Shane – OK, full disclosure, I’m not just saying this because I am a part of the Intern Hunger Games, but the last book I read was Mockingjay, which is the third book in the Hunger Games series. P.S. If you’ve read the book(s), I was on Team Gale from day one. I guess I’m just a teenage girl at heart. 

The last article I read was The Business of Being Green: The ecological and economical impacts of brewing organic beer in Beer West Magazine. It marries two of my favorite things, beer and the environment. Find it here.

Stay on the edge of your seat- the results of the 1:1 REPRESENT challenge will be posted before you know it. 

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