Wonderful, just wonderful.

All these MEME things get really tiresome sometimes.
But, having been tagged by my dear friend PurpleParrot in her post here, I hereby answer the infamous MEME4 behind this lovely cut.

Four jobs I’ve had in my life:

  1. Investment Banking
  2. Computer Protector
  3. Theater technician
  4. Actually a classified job

Four movies I could watch over and over:

  1. Anything by Kevin Smith
  2. Still Crazy
  3. The Princess Bride (I’m hopless, aren’t I?)
  4. Labyrinth – a serious classic

Four places I’ve lived:

  1. Southern California (after being born)
  2. Austin, Texas (where I really grew up and acquired my wonderful redneck tendencies)
  3. West Bank, Israel (a little settlement that was hell)
  4. My friend Yos’s easy chair (for a year out of high school, when I just didn’t want to go home)

Four TV Shows I Love to watch:

  1. Scrubs – Zach Braff’s internal monologue is something to admire
  2. American Chopper – if you haven’t seen it, do. One of the best reality shows ever!
  3. Veronica Mars – Don’t you just want to eat her out up?
  4. Drawn Together – Another reality show, but of a slightly different nature

Four places I have been to on vacation:

  1. Greece, with a bunch of friends
  2. The Grand Canyon, when I was an infant and can’t remember it
  3. Zurich, completely by mistake
  4. Manhattan, New York, while trying to figure out the future. I failed, can’t you see?

Four websites I visit daily: (altho thanks to RSS, these are dropping steadily)

  1. Google, duh….
  2. My LJ Friends page – to keep up with my tabs on you all
  3. Engadget – for the wonderful toys they show me
  4. College Roomies From Hell

Four of my favorite foods:

  1. Eggplant parmesean
  2. Vegetarian lasagna
  3. TOMATOES
  4. Pizza, but not from just anywhere, specific pizzas. There’s actually a qualifying test to join the list,

Four places I’d rather be:

  1. The Greenbrier – I’ll let you figure that one out
  2. Southern California, for the year-round biker-friendly weather
  3. Manhattan Island, NY – for the craziness and noise
  4. London, England – some place that’s foreign enough to be different, yet I can be understood well enough in a language I already know

Four books I’ll read over and over again:

  1. Anything by Terry Pratchett, which covers most of my library
  2. Godel, Escher & Bach – a seriously heavy book, that has a lot to teach each time I pick it up
  3. Green Aroow: Quiver – it may be a comic book collection, but the dialogue and story is so dark in there that it’s fun
  4. Finally, the amount of time’s I’ve read Clive Cussler’s “Raise the Titanic”, solely based on the fact that it’s a book in the bathroom, is staggering.

Ok, now that I’m finally done with that crap, I’m tagging a few others to wade through these questions themselves. Herein, let it be known that: , , , and are hereby asked to do the same.
MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

  • avgboojie

    Been there, done that. Hah! Seems that being an obsessive meme-ist sometimes pays up! 😛

    Oh, and I used to like Clive Cussler, but grown fed up with him gradually. Mostly because with time, I’ve started to realise that he really is a bad writer. The number of horrid cliches, of the type appearing in the “Don’t write like this” lists for beginning writers, that he manages to fill his sentences with, is simply apalling.

  • joebrown42
  • miketheman

    Wekk, pshaw.
    I didn’t know you had already covered this one.
    Slipped the noose, I say. 🙂

  • miketheman

    Actually, I’m usually happy, right?
    Thanks for actually doing it – I’m sure some others are bound to not play along.

  • anonymous

    Congratulations on a MEME well done. When I see you next I want to hear all the “Classified” bits.

    PP