TMI Tuesday

  1. What is your favorite Thanksgiving food? I’m going to say Pumpkin Pie, because as much as I like turkey and mashed potatoes with gravy, they’re not strictly eaten only on Thanksgiving, and I don’t generally want to eat Pumpkin Pie outside of November.
  2. You can flip a switch that will wipe any band or musical artist out of existence. Which one will it be? Meatloaf. Given a few minutes in iTunes, I could probably list a dozen more, but that’s what I came up with first.
  3. You seem to be having an excellent day because you just came across a hundred-dollar bill on the sidewalk. Holy crap, a hundred bucks! How are you gonna spend it? New pants. I feel guilty spending money on them when I really should be doing something to reduce my waistline so that the pants I do own fit, but found money means there’s no guilt, right?
  4. What is your favorite curse word? Crap.
  5. Rufus appears out of nowhere with a time-traveling phone booth. You can go anytime in the PAST. What time are you traveling to and what are you going to do when you get there? 1965. I think it would be really cool to experience (as an observer) some key aspects of the Civil Rights Movement.
  6. Bonus (as in optional):You accidentally eat some radioactive vegetables. They were good, and what’s even cooler is that they endow you with the super-power of your choice! What’s it gonna be? The power to make other people be quiet at my whim. Or, the power to have whatever waist size I want (4, please).

4 Replies to “TMI Tuesday”

  1. 1. My sophomore year of HS we were asked to write a paper about Thanksgiving and what we enjoyed best about it. My paper was entitled “Thanksgiving Sucks” and it landed me in detention for 6 hours over two Saturdays.

    2. The Beatles. Bugs creep me out.

    3. $100 goes straight to booze. There’s no better way to forget that you could have used that bill for something worthwhile than pouring it down your throat and feeling the soothing burn.

    4. Watch Usual Suspects and wait for Stephen Baldwin to speak during the lineup scene. Or you can just view it on IMDB here (search for “aaarrrghh”).

    5. 1955. Marty McFly got to see his Dad with a kick-me sign on his back. Maybe I could pretend I was adopted too.

    6. The power to believe the claims made in spam e-mail. That would rule.

  2. Ah, the power of the internet. It’s so hard to hear the humor sometimes. You were quite funny, and I totally agree with you about the SPAM email thing. Also, I’d like the power to stop telemarketers, for real. The Do Not Call list seems to not be working for me when it comes to the Pioneer Press. Perhaps they’d like to know that I will never ever subscribe to their paper after months of unwanted phone calls….

    Glad to know you’re still around, Bill! I should really check your blog more often. Maybe I’ll go do that right now.

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