Thursday, May 01, 2008

Mini Meme

...from Steven Rubio.

The way it works:

Ask me the seven questions below. Just copy and paste them into a comment, replace the blanks with anything you want--personal, silly, surreal or deep (and "clean," please) - and I'll answer honestly as I can, if not necessarily right away. If you have one, post this in your own blog and see what kind of things people want to ask you.

1. What do you think of _____________ ?
2. When did you last ____________?
3. __________ or ___________ and why?
4. What did you ______________?
5. What's your favorite ______________?
6. How would you ______________?
7. Who would you most like to ________ ?

2 comments:

Mon-sewer Paul Regret said...

1. What do you think of Rod Stewart?
2. When did you last respond to a meme that wasn't the current one?
3. Neifi Perez or Johnnie Lemaster and why?
4. What did you do on your last birthday?
5. What's your favorite Dean Martin movie?
6. How would you explain Arnold Schwarzenegger to a Martian?
7. Who would you most like to touch with a ten-foot pole?

Jeff said...

1. What do you think of Rod Stewart?

A terrible waste of talent, but not one that ever led me to hate him. I've worn out a copy of "Every Picture Tells A Story," but I can't remember the last time I listened to any of his other records. The last one I bought was "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?, and it was sold at a garage sale years ago.

2. When did you last respond to a meme that wasn't the current one?

I don't respond to very many - I think it was last October.

3. Neifi Perez or Johnnie Lemaster and why?

Johnnie Lemaster, because I liked calling him "Johnny Disaster."

4. What did you do on your last birthday?

I began it by driving home from Bruce Springsteen's recent Arco Arena concert, after which I packed for a business trip set to begin the following day, and had a wonderful prime-rib dinner cooked by my wife.

5. What's your favorite Dean Martin movie?

I can't call myself a Dean Martin aficionado, but I enjoyed Ocean's Eleven, The Sons of Katie Elder and Rio Bravo. I also really liked one of the Matt Helm movies when I was a kid, but I can't remember which one it was.

6. How would you explain Arnold Schwarzenegger to a Martian?

I would explain him as the human representing the exact moment at which it was no longer possible to distinguish politics from show business.

7. Who would you most like to touch with a ten-foot pole?

Cary Grant in "North by Northwest," just to see if I could leave a mark on that suit.