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Jim Huggins
March 27th, 2009
09:05 pm
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Creatively acquired from asterapallas :

[1] Make a list of 5 things you can see:

The stairs.
My son.
The bathroom.
His train set.
A wooden giraffe.

[2] Would you ever get plastic surgery?

Probably not as elective surgery, which is probably the point of the question.

[3] -- appears to be missing ...

[4] What's your occupation?

College professor.

[5] Do you nap a lot?

At times.

[6] What was your first car?

A white Chevy Chevette.

[7] What's your current fandom/obsession/addiction?

Probably Facebook.

[8] What was the last thing you ate today?

Some wonderful pollock that my wife made for dinner.

[9] What's your weakest talent?

Mechanical anything.  Put a set of tools in my hands, and I'm useless.

[10] What websites do you always visit when you go online?

tsa.gov/blog, facebook.com, flyertalk.com, mlive.com/lions, consumerist.com, ...

[11] What was the last thing you bought?

The BoC at Woot!

[12] What are you listening to right now?

A CD of children's Christian praise songs.

[13] If you could pick another name for you, what would it be?


[14] What is your zodiac sign?


[15] What is your favorite weather, and why?

Fall.  Crisp cool air, falling leaves ... love it.

[16] If you could play any musical instrument, which one would you play?

Always had a hankering for the guitar, besides my keyboard.

[17] Do you have any siblings?

Not anymore ...

[18] What's something you'd like to say to someone right now?

"Please go away and stop bothering me."

[19] Do you like snow?

Yep.  Lovely.

Current Mood: memeish

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Date:March 28th, 2009 01:59 am (UTC)
hey, mind me asking what she did to the pollock? I've tried cooking it before, and it always turns out dry and tasting kind of bland...

also, if you want our snow, you're welcome to it...
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Date:March 28th, 2009 02:12 am (UTC)
Olive oil in the frying pain, heat up, add 1 tsp minced garlic, add fish, a little salt, cover, let cook over medium heat until "done", topped with some lemon juice, cook uncovered a little more.
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Date:March 28th, 2009 11:14 am (UTC)
awesome, thanks! I'll give it a shot this week!
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