January 22, 2006

Meme of Fours.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 8:29 pm

Princess Cat, the longhaired, mystery celebrity look-alike, whom I was fortunate enough to meet at Eric’s Tennessee Shindig, has tagged me with this meme. Being the gott-damned prince that I am, I cannot refuse a request from such a lovely young lady. Besides, it’s Sunday, and I don’t feel like doing any heavy lifting.

Four Jobs That I’ve Had:
1. Interrogator
2. Oil Company Salesman (Chasing guys name Tony around the grease rack. Bad gig.)/drummer
3. Psychopharmacologist/drummer
4. Lawyer/drummer

Four Movies I can watch over and over again:
1. Fail Safe
2. Casablanca
3. Mister Roberts
4. Godfather I and II

Four T.V. Shows I love to watch:
1. Sopranos
2. Deadwood
3. Monty Python reruns
4. Just about whatever is on the History Channel

Four Website’s I read Daily: (Tough one; I read dozens of blogs every day)
1. Gut Rumbles
2. mtpolitics
3. Straight White Guy
4. Two Nervous Dogs

Four Places I’ve Been on Vacation:
1. Holland
2. Cape Cod
3. Florida
4. Hawaii

Four Favorite Foods:
1, Peanut Butter
2. Pizza
3. Tacos
4. Real Italian hot dogs (a Jersey thing)

Four places I’d rather be:
1. Key West
2. Maui or the Big Island
3. On a cruise ship anywhere
4. Anywhere near the ocean.

Four People I tag (if they haven’t been already):

Rather than tag anyone, I invite everyone to jump into the pool


  1. Well, there’s Belize in March…

    ; )

    Comment by Chrissy — January 22, 2006 @ 8:59 pm

  2. Your favorite foods reminds me… A while back a friend was discussing the virtues of peanut butter. We debated brands and crunchy vs creamy. And I shared some of your earlier post. But the novel thing my friend does (at least I hope it is novel, ’cause it sounds too strange) is to eat pb on lettuce. Garden variety iceburg lettuce. Yech! And I love peanut butter.
    So is there anything that peanut butter cannot be consumed with? Anyone?

    Comment by JCK — January 23, 2006 @ 12:33 am

  3. I’ve never tried it on lettuce, but a nice, sturdy piece of lettuce might serve as a good peanut butter vessel — sort of like a crunchy spoon. It’s not unlike celery, which also works well as a peanut butter carrier.

    I don’t think it would be good with salami.

    Comment by Jim - Parkway Rest Stop — January 23, 2006 @ 3:21 am

  4. I LOVE DEADWOOD……love it love it…….

    Comment by ArmyWifeToddlerMom — January 23, 2006 @ 11:30 am

  5. About pb and salami… try it. You might be suprised.

    Then let me know what it tastes like. 🙂

    Comment by That 1 Guy — January 23, 2006 @ 1:22 pm

  6. … every day?… you read me every day?… man, I’m truly sorry… I’ll do better… I promise…

    Comment by Eric — January 23, 2006 @ 9:27 pm

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