Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Meme's the word...

Footpad tagged me with a meme. I forgive him, but just this once. Here goes:

a) Four jobs I have had in my life
1. Library clerk
2. Computer operator
3. Writer/Editor
4. Marketing manager

b) Four movies I would watch over and over again
1. Braveheart
2. Groundhog's Day
3. The Thirteenth Warrior
4. Titanic

c) Four places I have lived
1. Boise, ID
2. Seattle, WA
3. Shoreline, WA
4. Edmonds, WA

d) Four TV shows I like to watch
1. The Office
2. Heroes
3. Grey's Anatomy
4. Las Vegas

e) Four places I have visited
1. London, England
2. St. Barts
3. Belize
4. Honduras

f) Four websites I visit daily
1. Olive Juice
2. Mickey Ripped
3. Lyric Flight
4. The blog formerly known as Dances with Leaves

g) Four places I would like to be right now
1. Guatemala
2. Las Vegas
3. St. Maarten
4. Bed

h) Four of my favourite foods
1. Goat cheese and hummus salad with grilled chicken
2. Chicken cordon bleu
3. Bacon
4. Garlic Chicken pizza

g) Four bloggers I would like to respond

1. Mickey Ripped.
2. Lyric Flight
3. The blog formerly known as Dances with Leaves
4. Whitesnake.

There. The curse is lifted.


JP (mom) said...

Oh my, how absolutely brave of you my dear!!! The curse is lifted :)

Glad to hear a little bit more about our favourite Tim ...


Footpad said...

Chicken Cordon Bleu! Damn! I should have listed that first, no, second.

But, until my cholesterol goes down, no CCB for me.


(And, FWIW, JP's a not-so-secret fan of Gray's Anatomy, too.)

Time said...

I'm counting on you to keep Footpad under control.

The Chicken Cordon Bleu is a a lite recipe. Plus I take Crestor. But we all die eventually, so what the hey. And I knew JP like Grey's Anatomy. We all should be. It makes people think Seattle breed's beautiful people :}

Anonymous said...

"We'd like to know a little bit about you for our files...We'd like to help you learn to help yourself...." [Couldn't resist a little Simon & Garfunkel.]

Nice to know a little more about you.

Alex Pendragon said...

This looks suspiciously alot like that last Meme you guys circulated around the town. What in the hell does "Meme" stand for, anyway?

Anonymous said...

Ok I am the only one who actually enjoys eating his country national emblem of emu and kangaroo.

Anonymous said...

Lyric flight is also one of my daily reads, and what's not to love about Braveheart. What DOES meme stand for?

Time said...

Miss Bliss, Well, glad you learned a little more about me (emphasis is on 'a little').

THE Michael and Kat, a "meme" is a phrase first used in 1976 by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins. It refers to a unit of cultural information transferable from one mind to another. Dawkins created the word by shortening the Greek "mimeme" (something imitated. It is pronounced "meem." In the blog word a meme has come to mean any idea to get other bloggers to imitate or write about.

Whitesnake, my emu and kangeroo eating friend, you are likely the only one that eats your national emblem (unless someone confesses to liking a nice bald eagle stew).

Hayden said...

humm. I was flattered until I saw I've been tagged. Too burned out to respond tonight, must think. Right now I need to check the oven, I think my bald eagle & spotted owl pot pie must be done.

Time said...

So many memes, so little time. Sorry.