Sunday, February 26, 2006

Tagged by bu7sain

Ukh...I have been tagged by the great bu7sain, how could I deny such a request? Easy! But alas I will fulfill regardless in return for those minutes of entertainment...
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~ Seven things to do before I die: (or at least try) [in no particular order]
  1. Finish a cd of spoken word complete with music.
  2. Go into business for myself.
  3. Retire early
  4. Complete a successful community-based organized campaign
  5. Eradicate all personal debt and pay for everything in cash (this includes houses and cars)
  6. Live on the coast, where everything is laid back and the water is crystal (and is not the United States)
  7. Organize a block party that is used as a fundraiser with artists that you have heard of (we always get so close, but things just don't work out in the end.)

~ Seven things I can't do:
  1. Whistle
  2. Bake banana bread (it's really the only thing that I can't make)
  3. Want a Bentley, but if you have one I'll gladly go for a ride :D
  4. Eat anything with an exo-skeleton (they look too much like insects.)
  5. Be entertained by NASCAR
  6. Remember to bring my ID
  7. Not listen to music (no matter how hard I try I have to!)


~ Seven things I always say:
  1. For real?/For the reals?
  2. Hopefully (consider it the secular inshallah, business people don't like it when you tell them hopefully though...hehe)
  3. Probably/Basically
  4. mhmm/right
  5. Unacceptable!
  6. That's disgusting/ridiculous
  7. What the fuck/Bullshit (used interchangeably)


~ Seven books I loved:
  1. 1984
  2. Green Eggs and Ham
  3. Middlesex
  4. The Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy
  5. The Discworld Collection
  6. Lord of the Rings
  7. The True Story of the Three Little Pigs


~ Seven movies I love watching over and over:
  1. Run Lola Run
  2. City of God
  3. The Corportation
  4. Quick Change (the funniest movie of all time!)
  5. Requiem for a Dream
  6. Ghost World
  7. Night of the Living Dead

~ Seven things I get attracted to:
  1. Social justice movements
  2. People who radiate warmth
  3. The smell of good food
  4. A good beat
  5. The smell of the sticky icky
  6. Sunny weather
  7. Intelligence

~ Seven people I wanna tag:
No one, the buck stops here

7 Comments:

At 8:52 PM, Blogger illogicist said...

Interesting answers. I wish I could do that tag again, but I think I've already done it (which isnt really a factor that should stop me, but whatever).

Dude. I followed that Zarojo link on your blog, because I was so shocked to see that name after all these years that I just had to know if it was the same Zarojo I know. It is the same Zarojo - and my how shes changed. Not looks-wise, but reading her blog, it seems like shes a completely different person.

It feels so strange. Increasingly of late it feels like my 'old' life of MPS and its people has been mixing with my 'new' lives - my intarweb persona and my life here in uni. A few months back I introduced one of my oldest friends to two of my newest. It was strange - not bad as such, but after that I decided not to mix old and new again. But this is something interesting, because Zarojo like 'disappeared' from my life, and BANG! I find this blog.

And its just one of the very strange things thats happened to me these past 4 weeks.

 
At 9:44 PM, Blogger Soul Rebel said...

The interweb is an interesting place for the reals yo...

Zarojo aka the Black Mona Lisa is my girl, got mad love for her. She is definetly a different person since I last saw her...

All of the people who I graduated with I keep in contact with very few of them. Its funny because everyone was like "we are going to stay in touch forever." I made the same empty promises knowing that once we were gone we were gone, people change especially when they live on opposite ends of the planet...for the reals...

 
At 12:53 AM, Blogger Samyah said...

lol, I can't believe you chose Green Eggs & Ham as a favorite book. I loved it too, still sort of do :p

 
At 6:46 PM, Blogger Soul Rebel said...

Yeah...I always loved Dr. Seuss, he taught me how to rhyme.

I loved the stories of the Sneeches:
"Now the Star-bellied Sneetches had bellies with stars.
The Plain-bellied Sneetches had none upon thars.
The stars weren't so big; they were really quite small.
You would think such a thing wouldn't matter at all.
But because they had stars, all the Star-bellied Sneetches
would brag, 'We're the best kind of Sneetch on the beaches.'"

And the Lorax:
"'Mister!' he said with a sawdusty sneeze,
'I am the Lorax. I speak for the trees.
I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues.
And I'm asking you, sir, at the top of my lungs'--
he was very upset as he shouted and puffed--
'What's that THING you've made out of my Truffula tuft?'"

If only people remembered what they read as a little kid perhaps we wouldn't be in the mess we are in today...

 
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