Meet Dick Anderson, Noblesville resident.
What is your favorite restaurant?
“Kobiashi Sushi and Asian Kitchen is our favorite restaurant in the Noblesville area. It’s probably one of the better sushi restaurants around the Indianapolis area for the price range. The Dragon Roll is our favorite dish.”
What is your favorite book?
“Killing Patton by Bill O’Reilly. He goes into considerable detail concerning Churchill, Stalin, Montgomery, and of course Patton. I wasn’t expecting the depth of the investigation and the research as to how World War 2 evolved.”
What local event captures your attention?
“The Indiana State Fair. It’s something I enjoyed as a young kid. When my wife and I go, and if we bring another couple, it’s with an understanding that we’ll arrive at 11 and stay until 9. If they’re willing to endure the fair that long, they’re welcome! We love to see all the things the fair has to offer, and we eat ourselves to death. We enjoy all the people and attractions.”
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
“I have been extensively to South America and to Europe. I have not been to any Asian countries, and that is probably first on our list when my wife (who is from Asia), retires. We’ll go to Taiwan and then to china and japan. The best part is, I’ll already have a translator and tour guide!”
What is your favorite movie?
“There are so many on different levels that have moved me. On one level, with cowboy shoot-‘em-ups, Tombstone is a movie that has intrigued me to the point that I did pretty intensive research into Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday, and I found them to be very interesting historical characters. As Good As It Gets with Jack Nicholson, is an extremely compelling and intriguing movie. It’s got a good message to it.”