What do we not know?

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This is the problem with LJ, we all think we are so close, and we know nothing about each other. I’m going to rectify it. I want you to ask me something you think you should know about me. Something that should be obvious, but you have no idea about. Then post this in your LJ and find out what people don’t know about you.

I won’t answer: my real name or what my phone number is. I feel as though if people really wanted to know those things they’d talk to me on a regular basis.

14 comments

  1. Okay, I’ll Bite…

    Pick 3 favorite poets, and in a single sentence for each one, tell me why you chose them.

    If you had the chance/choice to hang up the priest hat, would you? How much of that do you feel comes from need, and how much from ego/love from the community?

    Vanilla or risque?

  2. Okay, I’ll Bite…

    Pick 3 favorite poets, and in a single sentence for each one, tell me why you chose them.

    If you had the chance/choice to hang up the priest hat, would you? How much of that do you feel comes from need, and how much from ego/love from the community?

    Vanilla or risque?

  3. Re: couple of things…

    1) Unless you’ve come to Worcester often enough to catch me there on one of the rare days I can go to perform at the Java Hut, no, I don’t think so…

    2) Spider-man’s my usual preference, but of these two… hard choice. Batman. Superman is an alien elitist. I’ll take a human psychopath vigilante who doesn’t kill people over an alien elitist. As to why I prefer spiderman… well, he’s an average guy, prostituting his superpowers through his secret identity (selling photos to JJ and all that), all his enemies know his ‘secret identity’, and he has to live an impossible life as a result of a spider bite. Super powers as nuisance in addition to being really cool. How excellent is that?

    • Re: couple of things…

      1) Unless you’ve come to Worcester often enough to catch me there on one of the rare days I can go to perform at the Java Hut, no, I don’t think so…

      2) Spider-man’s my usual preference, but of these two… hard choice. Batman. Superman is an alien elitist. I’ll take a human psychopath vigilante who doesn’t kill people over an alien elitist. As to why I prefer spiderman… well, he’s an average guy, prostituting his superpowers through his secret identity (selling photos to JJ and all that), all his enemies know his ‘secret identity’, and he has to live an impossible life as a result of a spider bite. Super powers as nuisance in addition to being really cool. How excellent is that?

  4. Originally, Geordie belonged to a colleague of my friend ‘s mother.

    Then he became his sister’s cat when she couldn’t take care of him any more.

    Then when ‘s sister moved to a tiny studio apartment in Boston, Geordie became my responsibility.

    At the moment, it looks like the responsibility may end with me. He’s not moving, he’s not eating, and the antibiotics don’t seem to be helping much. I’m very worried for him.

    • Originally, Geordie belonged to a colleague of my friend ‘s mother.

      Then he became his sister’s cat when she couldn’t take care of him any more.

      Then when ‘s sister moved to a tiny studio apartment in Boston, Geordie became my responsibility.

      At the moment, it looks like the responsibility may end with me. He’s not moving, he’s not eating, and the antibiotics don’t seem to be helping much. I’m very worried for him.

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