March 2005


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What the hell – a meme

Sometimes, you’re just too drained to come up with your own content. In lieu, I offer you the chance to assuage your curiosity while giving me something to do:

(A) Recommend to me:
1. a movie:
2. a book:
3. a musical artist, song, or album:

(B) Ask me three questions, no more, no less. Ask me anything you want and I will post the answers in a new entry.

(C) Copy and paste this meme to your blog/journal/thingie, allowing your friends (and random strangers) to ask you anything.

4 replies to “What the hell – a meme”

  1. GreyDuck Says:

    A-1: Castle of Cagliostro. It’s a bit dated, but it’s still one of the best caper-flick anime ever made.
    A-2: Dawn’s right, the CJ Cherryh book “Foreigner” is pretty damned good.
    A-3: You might find VAST interesting, or you might not. Dunno.

    B-1: You like caper flicks. What’s the best of ’em?
    B-2: What geek-fu skill do you most wish you could improve?
    B-3: What’s your balance between spiritual and worldly?

  2. Kylanath Says:

    A1: Cowboy Bebop Movie.
    A2: Foreigner. If that fails, go pick up most anything by Feist, which the Twinlet got me sucked into. And since the Twinlet already mentioned Foreigner, you have to go read it now *smirk*
    A3: I’m gonna say most anything by Satriani here.

    And onto the questions:

    1. What theme ingredient would you use if you were chosen as a chef for a round of Iron Chef?
    2. Rainstorms or snowstorms?
    3. City living or country living?

    And lastly: I’ve done this, and in turn got the twinlet sucked in, and you sucked in, and mwaahaahaa!

  3. BtFR Says:

    a1.) Harrison Bergeron – with Sean Astin
    a2.) Of Mice and Men – Gary Senise and John Malkovich
    a3.) The Incredibles – It really isn’t a “major, ground breaking movie” but DAMN the animation is killer!!

    Other Questions:
    1.) Would you say that you are happier now or were you happier 10 years ago?
    2.) What is the most regretable thing you have (or have not) ever done?
    3.) If I buy you a new Futon Mattress for your birthday, will you take it the wrong way :-)

  4. BtFR Says:

    Oops did that wrong, I must read and remember the questions:

    1a) A Movie – Still ‘Harrison Bergeron’ with Sean Astin
    1b) American Gods by Neil Gaiman (seriously in my top 5 of all time)
    1c) Sigur Ros – An Icelandic band, incredo-good

    There, that follows the spec now….