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"Super scintillating host. Loved having lots of time to answer questions and the ability to check over and, if need be, change answers. Inputting answers on the site was easy and successful, though wish it were cooperative on a computer. Should have informed players upfront that no prizes would be provided."
Judy at Virtually Saturday

"Great event! Belly laughs here in our living room and such pride when our sassy answers get called out. More x-ray green screen shenanigans please."
Julie Du at Virtually Wednesday

"Mandi was amazing and SUPER funny."
Laura at Crooked Pint Ale House in Minneapolis


"Classy with a k."

My real name is a nickname and YES, I was named after the Barry Manilow song.

Patron Saint of Sass:
Katharine Hepburn, of course, for many reasons but especially this:

Barbara Walters was interviewing her and asked if she ever wore skirts, and Katharine said, "I have one skirt, Barbara Walters, and I shall wear it to your funeral."

Worst job ever:
I was a 7 ft tall gingerbread man at a Manheim Steamroller holiday concert.

Personality trait I find most annoying:
People who like/hate things ironically.

If time and money were no object, I would travel to: MARS!

Signature drink:
Red wine in a Nalgene bottle.

Favorite TV show as a kid/teenager:
It's a tie between 20/20 and Clarissa Explains it All.

Favorite band/singer as a kid/teenager: Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, the Chipmunks Gone Country (I'm from South Dakota).

Did you ever smack someone, and for what reason?
I once knocked a man unconscious with one punch to the chin during homecoming for calling a friend of mine a bad name.

Reputation in high school:
Most likely to be heard before being seen.

Best piece of advice given:
Don't ever do speed because it will make you eat dog food and if you can't feel your face then it's time to stop drinking - my mother, on the first day of college.

What is the best part about being a Sassy Lassy?
I don't have to wear a hat.

Advice to trivia players:
The first answer that pops in your head is probably right, unless it's wrong.