The Miss Neo Pageant: Meet Miss I'm Fine.

Name: Megan Alana Mercier

Hometown: Huntsville, Alabama

Age: 29

Education: Public with two years of kindergarten. Graduated from Columbia College Chicago.

Platform Issue: CTA’s closing of the #11 Lincoln Bus Route

Talent: Job Juggling

Career Ambition: writer / actor / director / producer in television & film and also just a regular writer.

Local Competition Sponsor: locked in a bidding war between Taste of Lebanon and Alamo Shoes.

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The Miss Neo Pageant Personal Interview

Q: How do you measure success?

With a centigrade thermometer connected to a rubber band to a revolving door.

Q: When is the last time you failed? How did you handle it?

The other day I wrote a newsletter for work and I listed an event with the wrong date. It’s supposed to be May 28th and I’d written May 21st. I got an email pointing out the mistake and I apologized. And I corrected it. But the truth is, I don’t check my work well, and I’m aware that’s something I should work on. But I haven’t worked on it as much as I should.

Q: What do you see when you look in the mirror?

A lot of the same things I’ve seen for years and then usually one of two new things.

Q: How are you different from the other contestants?

I am the only contestant not from the midwest.

I am the only contestant with curly hair.

I live alone (with my pet space heater).

Q: Why do you want to win this pageant?

Because it was my idea in the first place.

Tickets for The Miss Neo Pageant are available online. Come watch Miss I’m Fine. get dirt in her skirt this summer.

2 thoughts on “The Miss Neo Pageant: Meet Miss I’m Fine.

  1. Writers write. I would argue that all filmmakers should write, too. If you want to make your own movies, you should write. Don’t think you’re a good writer? You should write. Do you know what my best subject was in school growing up? Math. You know what my second best subject was growing up? Science. You know what I liked more than anything else in the world growing up? Movies. Then I decided I wanted to make movies. You know what I realized I had to learn how to do to make movies? Write.

  2. Ed W. Riley says:

    You’re probably not worried about all these things that bipeds are always fussing about, but we just thought we’d let you know.

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