Blogger Tag: 25 Questions
The most excellent blogger Travis of WireCan has "tagged" me to answer the following 25 Questions. It's kind of like a bloggy chain letter, really, and since I'm avoiding housework, I think I'll accept the challenge.
1. Grab the book nearest to you, turn to page 18 and find line 4
- most promising premise for a new group, but there was a recording contract waiting for the Drifters at Atlantic Records, which was already established as (Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock & Roll)
- A two-month old bill from the Cincinnati Eye Institute. I'm not very good at throwing stuff away.
- The Amazing Race.
- 5:17 pm.
- 5:21 pm. Not too shabby!
- Fuckin' Wolf Blitzer yammering on CNN. I really need to put some music on.
7. When did you last step outside? What were you doing?
- To get the mail. I get a lot of mail, I'm here to tell you. Junk mail hearts my house. I even get the Winston coupons from some couple two streets over.
8. Before you started this survey, what did you look at?
- Does this mean, what did I look at online? This really cool photo of a furry lobster.
- A red twinset pajama from VS. It's warm, it's comfy, it's my day off and I don't have to get dressed if I don't want to.
- I'm not sure.
- On the phone earlier today with a coworker who was telling me about how bad lunch sucked today.
- Nothing, really. I need to paint...
- Well, the furry lobster is pretty weird, don't you think?
- It's kinda longish and I have a short attention span.
15. What is the last film you saw?
- "Walk the Line." Finished it right before the Oscars came on.
- A Corvette Z '06, an elaborate trip to Thailand, and a politician.
- I got suspended from the third grade for flushing sandwiches down the school toilets.
- I'd force the wealthiest nations on earth to finally acknowledge the problems and suffering in Africa.
- I absolutely love to dance. I'm even better at it if I'm drunk.
- He's the older one, married to George Washington, right?
- Absolutely, in fact, when I was younger, I lived in northern Germany, and I still fantasize about going back for good.
- You really don't have to come in if you don't want to.