In this episode, I find out that Montana is near the Canadian border.You can contact Lana on www.thefoodcodes.com
What are the FUNKQUEST rules?
Funkquest is a fun interactive online game that features five rounds. Each round consists of ONE FUNKY question.The player selects the icon which most tweaks their interest. Each Funky visual has a Funky question.
The Funky insight is that the question may or may not be related to the icon.
SO potential Funksters have to think on their feet to score points. Points are awarded by me for FUNKY answers...
What's so good about FUNKQUEST ?
Funky Thinkers know that IDEAS only come from free-flowing CONVERSATION.
Listening (without prejudice) to new ideas and speakers from outside your usual network truly qualifies as FUNKY.
Each question has a strict time limit. So no multi-headed long and complicated self indulgent stories to endure. Just short punchy bite-sized truly Funky ideas, as we GET THE FUNK OUT!
Q1. Lana picked the camper van. (Or as she called it a beetle bop). The question is "Which brand are you most loyal to?"
Lana talked about the difference between brand loyalty and food loyalty.
Plus how much natural food advertising is glossy PR and how much is real?
Real is something that will feel good when you put it into your body, rather than being taken in by the advertising.
If there are more than three or four ingredients on a label, Lana just stops reading and puts the item in question down.
Plus - the total disconnect between what people eat and how it makes them feel.
57 points for that round.
Q2. Lana knew that the jersey was a shirt and scored 1 point.
Lana picked the record player and the question is "How many birthday cards did you get last birthday?"
Lana got 7 Birthday cards from her children.
What does Lana think about wishing people happy birthday on Facebook?
A real card is a real "I love you" - because people spent 5 minutes. You can own this card forever.
Is it OK to keep birthday cards and give them back?
This IS HISTORY...
Lana scored 100 points for this round. Because it was a good answer.
Q3. Lana chose the typewriter and the question is "What is some insider knowledge that only people in your line of work have?"
Some of what people call "Insider knowledge" is actually intuition?
You can go to the supermarket and use your insider knowledge to buy good and wholesome food. Is this drink good for me?
We need to get to eating whole - like our grandparents did.
Lana scored 24 points and is now on 182.
Q4. Lana went with laundromat and the question is "How do you judge a person?"
Lana judges with her heart rather than how someone smells or looks or talks.
Even a person who might look like a bum on a street - might have something inside them.
Judging of people is lazyness.
How to get through fakeness?
Answer - you listen.
Lana scored 150 points and the running total is 218 points.
Q5. Lana mistook George Harrison for John Lennon so half a point for that one.
Lana went for the horse and cart. The question is "What things do the opposite sex confuse you the most?"
In her younger days, Lana used to think that members of the opposite sex would (or should) know what she was thinking. If she was hurt or upset - they should know why.
If you aren't telling me that something is wrong - I can't fix it.
Lana says what she is feeling in a kind and loving way - so they know.
Women are fast thinkers - says Lana - a women. She would like to have a mans brain sometime to figure out how it feels.
Plus - Block sequential thinking cropped up.
Lana lives about 70 miles from the Canadian border and the total is 288 1/2 points.
Lana is the new leader of FUNKQUEST.
As you can see - Lana is the new leader of FUNKQUEST with a superb score of 288 1/2.
The half is for mistaking George Harrison for John Lennon.
But hey - we can all make mistakes when answering questions we have never seen before. You should try it - it's very FUNKY.