Meet the Vultures: Ayden Walker
Ayden has the most impressive kangaroo knowledge of any Vulture so far.
Hey, Ayden! How are you? What was the last thing you ate and what would you rate it out of ten?
The last thing I ate (well, drank) was a boring old fruit smoothie with blueberries and banana. I try to eat healthy for no other reason than the fact that I am an insufferable hypochondriac, and I hear that eating plants is pretty good for you. Solid 7/10.
What’s your favourite movie?
My favourite movie is Mysterious Skin. It’s the most honest, touching, uncompromising film I have ever seen. It’s definitely a tough one to watch but you will appreciate its stripped back authenticity once it’s over. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is absolutely brilliant, and it’s contrasting brutality and affection will stick with you for a while.
What drew you to CV?
What drew me to Cultured Vultures was a simple Google search of what websites were looking for people to write about things in the entertainment industry. I loved the content and presentation of the site and thought I would have something to contribute.
Where else can we find you?
My Twitter handle is: @walkaydenwalk. I wouldn’t expect anything except for an occasional angry tweet or two about basketball.
Who would win in a fight: a kangaroo with one punching hand or a crocodile missing half of its teeth?
Kangaroos have incredibly powerful legs so losing a hand isn’t a problem, but it would be hard for a kangaroo to take advantage with the crocodile so low to the ground. Without its teeth, a crocodile could, theoretically, still trap an unaware kangaroo in its jaw and do that spinny-around-drowning thing they do to kill their prey. I would pick the crocodile by a small margin but I predict a real fight of this nature would end in a stalemate.