Tuesday, December 14, 2004

I'm a follower

From cate and kitty and half the blogs I read:

A) First, recommend to me:

1. a movie.

2. a book.

3. a musical artist, song, or album.

B) Ask me three questions. Ask me anything you want.

C) Go to your blog (if you have one), copy and paste this, and allow everyone to ask you anything.


8 comments:

matt sawicki said...

a)
1. cremaster - haven't seen it, but it looks crazy, and now i want to
2. the giver - i read this in lik 5th grade, and i dont read many books anymore
3. dark side of the moon

b) what would you recommend to me?

C-8 said...

movie - the original "oceans 11" - the new one is cool, but nothing beats Frank Sinatra
book - Hop on Pop, it's a classic
musical artist - Superdrag, they rock out loud in an indie kind of way

questions:
1) why?
2) who?
3) wtf?

Aim said...

Cate you're such a cheater. I wish I had thought of those questions first. :p

I've seen this post about a bazillion times today, but will reply to Tim's as he's only got two so far and I'm all about spreadin the blog love:

1. Movie - Garden State
2. Book - The Sun Also Rises - Hemingway
3. Band: The Killers. I heart them. A lot.

Questions:
1. How can a man not know how to change a flat?
2. Can you change your own oil?
3. How much would you pay me to do both those things for you?

The Pink Kitty said...

movie: Space Balls
book: Youth in Revolt by CD Payne
music: (you like rap/hip hop right?) If so, Andre Nickatina - Tears of a Clown (or New Jim Jones)

Questions:
1. Out of the 365 days of the year, how many of them do you go pantless
2. Eva, Amanda or Yaya?
3. Miller High Life or Guiness?

Tim said...

cate,
1) I didn't do it
2) It wasn't me
3) I'm sorry, it's all my fault

Tim said...

Aim,
1)I've changed flats before, I just couldn't figure out an Explorer vs. my civic
2)no
3)got change for a hundred?

Tim said...

oh, and Garden State rocks

Tim said...

PK,
1)366 on leap years
2)Eva. Definitely.
3)I hate sounding like a douchebag, but Guiness from Ireland, its totally different. When in the US, I'll take MHL, the chapagne of beers.