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Well, I haven't really seen any black and whites - the few I have seen are all those corny old monster movies; which I don't enjoy. So I'll have to say color.
2: What is the one single subject that bores you to near-death?
Probably anything science related.
3: MP3s, CDs, Tapes or Records: what is your favorite medium for prerecorded music?
I'm going to have to go with CD's since I don't have an MP3 player (hint hint to family; my birthday is coming up.....)
4: You are handed one first class trip plane ticket to anywhere in the world and ten million dollars cash. All of this is yours provided that you leave and not tell anyone where you are going ... ever. This includes family, friends, everyone. Would you take the money and ticket and run?
Sorry, no. I can't leave my family and the few friends I have.
5: Seriously, what do you consider the world's most pressing issue now?
6: How would you rectify the world's most pressing issue?
Hmmmmmm.....how bout kill 'em all?
7: You are given the chance to go back and change one thing in your life; what would that be?
Not something I would share....but yes I would change it.
8: You are given the chance to go back and change one event in world history, what would that be?
Messing with my own history is ok - but I don't think I could make that choice for others.
9: A night at the opera, or a night at the Grand Ole' Opry --Which do you choose?
That's a tuff one....I'd have to say the Grand Ole' Opry though cause I just hate getting all dressed up.
10: What is the one great unsolved crime of all time you'd like to solve?
I'm going to have to go with who really killed JFK.
11: One famous author can come to dinner with you. Who would that be, and what would you serve for the meal?
Gotta take a page out of T1G's book and say Stephen King. As far as what to serve for a meal - anything that's not messy so I don't make a fool out of myself.
12: You discover that John Lennon was right, that there is no hell below us, and above us there is only sky -- what's the first immoral thing you might do to celebrate this fact?
I probably wouldn't do anything immoral cause I couldn't live with myself.
Ok, so now that that's over with, I'm going to tag:
Tammi of Tammi's World - cause she's my favoritest aunt......
Ktreva of Reality Ranch - cause I don't think she's been tagged yet.....
Contagion of Miasmatic Review - cause he hates memes......
and last but certainly not least Oddybobo, cause she sounds like fun and I want to see what she says....
muwaahahaaaaaa - have fun all........
****apparently I have not been up to date on my blog reading cause it seems that Tammi, Contagion, and Oddybobo have already been tagged :( Have to pay more attention next time.
Oh, Yeah - and lots of beer.........(not to be used in conjunction with your other presents unless you let me drive....;P
Happy Birthday - I hope your day is wonderful, and I hope you enjoy your real present, which unfortunately is not as great as these but none the less from my heart.
Ok, if I'm this guys neighbor, I'm doing two things right now:
Twenty minutes after Bob Heeman parked his company's
van at his house and went inside Wednesday afternoon, the
vehicle exploded, St.
Petersburg fire officials said.
Then it exploded again and again and
- I'm trying to make sure my vehicle doesn't catch fire too
- I'm wondering what the HELL was in that van
Feinberg said the van belonged to Techniflow Inc., a St. Petersburg
company that works on service station pumps. Inside were two 55-gallon drums, two calibration tanks, aerosol cans and a bucket of soaked gasoline rags. Any of them could have been set ablaze, though investigators hadn't figured out what might have sparked it.
I'm also wondering why in the hell this guy would bring this van home with all of this stuff in it and think it was safe to park in his driveway for crying out loud. What a MORON.**italicized comments are quotes from the article.
|Your Five Factor Personality Profile|
You have low extroversion. You are quiet and reserved in most social situations.A low key, laid back lifestyle is important to you.You tend to bond slowly, over time, with one or two people.
You have high conscientiousness.Intelligent and reliable, you tend to succeed in life.Most things in your life are organized and planned well.But you borderline on being a total perfectionist.
You have low agreeableness.Your self interest comes first, and others come later, if at all.In general, you feel that people are not to be trusted.And you're skeptical that anyone else really feels differently.
You have medium neuroticism.You're generally cool and collected, but sometimes you do panic.Little worries or problems can consume you, draining your energy.Your life is pretty smooth, but there's a few emotional bumps you'd like to get rid of.
Openness to experience:
Your openness to new experiences is low.You're a pretty conservative person, and you favor what's socially acceptable.You think that change for novelty's sake is a very bad idea.While some may see this as boring, many see you as dependable and wise.