Sunday, February 11, 2007

Stealing stuff from other blogs

Well, that's what the blogsphere is for, isn't it? As long as you let them know you've swiped it. Here's a meme I half-inched from The Old Fart (thanks for the comment on the last post!) who filched it from Dr John (thanks for the comment on my last post, and mention in today's post on your blog) who had taken it from Margaret (thanks for the comment on my last post) and who had mentioned this meme (Old Fart that is) in a post on plagiarism.

I had great difficulty thinking of synonyms for stealing in that short paragraph above as well as trying to get the syntax right so that you realised the end of the sentence after all those parentheses was again about The Old Fart, in the end i had to give up, as you can tell.

Definitely time for bed, once I've done this meme...

1.Four jobs I have had in my life:
Spare rib ribcage cutter upper (yeuchhhh - but fun at the time)
telephone market researcher (NOT sales!)
Dishwasher at Wimbledon tennis tournament and (that same summer) dishwasher at movie studio

2.Four Movies I have watched over and over:
The Matrix
Galaxy Quest
Taxi (the French version - though I've seen the US remake a couple of times too)
Pink Panther (various, couldn't narrow it down to any one)

3. Four places I have lived:
South Kensington, London
Honiton, Devon
Middlesbrough, Cleveland
Cambridge, Cambridgshire

4. Four TV shows I love to watch:
Star Trek (scary isn't it)
CSI - all of them
Battlestar Galactica (new version)

5. Four places I have been on vacation:
Amsterdam (actually, lots of the Netherlands, on a motorbike)
Bergerac, France
New England (best bit - Boston, Mass)
New York (wow)

6. Four of my favorite foods:
Steak (sorry, unrepentant meat eater here)

7. Four places I would rather be right now:
In bed (shortly to be the case)
In Bergerac (we have a share in a house there that I love)
New York
Playing guitar (too late for that)

Another glimpse into the strange world that is mine...


Dr.John said...

That meme certainly ghets around . Margaret had it because she was tagged by some friend. You were Batman. I stand in awe.

Sunflower Optimism said...

I'm with you on 24, Star Trek (from the days of Capt. Kirk) and The Matrix!

We used to think the Pink Panther movies were hysterical. Then we rented them because we had always told our children they were a riot. Somehow, they weren't quite as funny, over 20 years later.

The Old Fart said...

I liked your answers

Thanks for the mention - this tag did get around. I

do like your blog and Glad that Dr John mentions you. Dr John is quite the fellow, One of God's Angels.

andrena said...

thanks for stopping by..and you are was a day filled with so many different emotions...

be blessed!

Matt said...

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Flawed & Disorderly said...

You mean porridge is a real food? I thought only bears in fairy tales ate that stuff! :D

Flawed & Disorderly said...

Hey! If I forget to add you to my link list-- once I get around to it--leave a comment to remind me or drop me an email. I MUST have a minister of 6 villages on my list!

Oh, The Joys said...

I can only take CSI Las Vegas. The lead guy in Miami just talks to slow and seems so FAKE and the NY version is just too slick for me.