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Ujjal Bhattacharyya is a cool kid

Ujjal Kumar Bhattacharyya activities: Drumline, Symphonic Band, Pokemon Club, Jazz Band, Cross Country, Full Orchestra, Winter Eating Club, Central Iowa Symphony, Fiber Club, Do Something Club, Percussion Tech Teaching, Winter Formal King What’s your favorite Pokemon game? Yes. On a scale from 1 to 10, how Indian are you? Pi squared. What’s your favorite drum cadence? Cowbell. Upside down. What would your ideal super power be? The power to shift gravity on myself, others, or other things. That covers flying. Sonic Riders Zero Gravity, anyone? Yes? No? And also while walking down the halls I get the supreme random urge to be able to walk on the walls instead of the floors… yeah. What are the top three things you want to get done before the zombie apocalypse? 1. Become a zombie. 2. ????? 3. Profit. What’s your best physical feature? I can thumb roll on pretty much anything. Like Grant Simmons’ face, for example. If you could tap any celebrity, who would you tap? (“just don’t put an answer for the celebrity one. like put the question, but a blank space for the answer.”) If you had to listen to one album on repeat for the rest of your life, what would it be? An album of everything in Le Internet Medley by The GAG Quartet. Who is your biggest man crush? I’m not sure, but it’s probably either Matt Smith, David Tennant, or David Norton. Do Indians blush? I dunno, do we? I don’t blush when I look in the mirror…

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