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The Switched Questionnaire: Sandra Bernhard

Sandra Bernhard
Sandra is one of those virtuosos who does a lot of everything all the time, so asking her about her road gadgets was a natural notion. Coming off her recent CD release, 'Everything Bad & Beautiful,' Sandra is now touring in support of her album in a show called 'Plan B From Outer Space.' When she's not recording albums or going on cruises with Rosie O'Donnell (yes, she's doing that, too), she uses her gadgets to keep up with family and friends.

What gadgets do you always bring with you to the set (for down-time)?

My cell phone and an 8-track player.

What cell phone do you have right now and what do you love/hate about it?

My Samsung 3G. I love everything about it except when it beeps when an email shows up day or night and I can't turn it off.

What annoys you most about your iPod, cell phone, or laptop (or any other gadget)?

I get tired of the music on my iPod. The laptop isn't annoying but going through airport security with it is.

Name one thing you wish your iPod/cellphone/laptop (any gadget) could do that it doesn't do now?

Clean the house.

What upcoming gadget can you not wait to get your hands on?

You're talking to the wrong girl. I think [I already have] too much.

You're stranded on a desert island: What gadget do you bring? (Give reason why.)

My cell phone so I can have someone swing by and pick me up. Then again, there probably wouldn't be any reception on this island. Just the same, I better not get deserted in my living room, bedroom or at the head of my kitchen table. I don't get service there either...

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