Fourteen and a Half Questions with Ted Caudill
I had the chance to sit down with one of the coolest, spunkiest and loud teachers at THS, Mr. Caudill. Here’s what we talked about.
Where’s your place of birth?
How long have you been at this teaching thing?
If you could go to any place in the world, where would you go?
Hawaii, but I love The Outer Banks.
What music are you interested in?
I like Country, Rock n’ Roll. Sometimes I can get into some classical.
Do you think the Steelers will steal another Super Bowl?
Yes, at some point, maybe not next year.
How did you get your ape sounds so perfect?
The inability to embarrass myself, and god has given me a good voice.
Anthropology or World History?
Homo Habilis or Australopithecus?
Australopithecus, not a fan of Habilis.
Do you read? If so, what’s favorite book genre?
I like to read, but I don’t read as often as I should. I like biographies and science fiction. I’m currently reading, The Hunger Games.
What’s your favorite movie of all time?
Who’s your favorite person in all of history?
Gandhi. I believe Gandhi had a message that could save the world, that could save us from ourselves. He taught us how to live in peace.
Ties or bow-ties?
Oh, ties. I could never get into bow ties.
What are some other jobs you’ve had in your past?
I worked maintenance at a park. I was a pizza delivery guy. I ran a COPE course for a boy scout camp in Camden, Ohio. I worked in a medical warehouse called, Beiersdorf. I sold suites for Steinmart. I worked at a toy factory, Channel craft. I made wooden toys.
What college did you attend?
The University of Dayton. I’m a Flyer.
If you had a time machine, you’d……
…go forward in time to see what the future holds. If I’m lucky I’ll see something like Star Trek. If I’m unlucky, I’ll be alone.