- How should we call you and from what part of the galaxy are you?
I was born in Germany, on Terra (Earth), and have taken the name of Beth Coulter.
- What things do you like or dislike?
I like power. I don’t like people—I tolerate them. I prefer to deal with people who can take orders and complete them quickly and with a modicum of errors.
- Any love interest in your life?
No. Love is for losers, without self-reliance or a backbone.
- Anything you dislike about yourself that you would want to change?
No. Although, I could be a smidge younger, a smidge taller, a smidge thinner, a smidge blonder, and blue-eyed, but then no one would take me seriously. I am highly intelligent and wield more power the way I look now, than any one of a hundred pretty people do on any given day. Enough said.
- If you had a free day with no responsibilities and your only mission was to enjoy yourself, what would you do?
Be awarded dual Nobel prizes for cybernetics and terraforming.
- What impression do you make on people when they first meet you? How about after they have known you for a while?
I’ve learned to act very unassuming and project a likable persona with a self-deprecating style of humor. People don’t see me as a threat; it puts them at ease and allows me the opportunity to use them to my best advantage.
- If you could spend the day with someone you admire (living or dead or imaginary), who would you pick?
Genghis Khan, Joseph Stalin, or Kim Jong-un.
- What’s the worst thing that’s happened in your life?
I don’t know who my parents were or why I was orphaned at the age of 6 years old. I’m over it—but still.
- What did you learn from it?
To be self-reliant, take what I want, if possible with a smile on my face, if not, then I leave no witnesses.
- What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done to someone?
Relieve them of their last breath.
They weren’t of any use to anyone but me, so I don’t view it as a negative thing.
- Describe your ideal mate.
Moot point. No one measures up to my standards.