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Must be boring down thur in Montgomery


And of course, thefridayfive:

1. If you could invite five people to dinner from history, living or dead, who would they be? I wish I had a dime for every time someone's asked that. I could buy a small country. *thinks* Whoopi Goldberg (yeah, yeah), t.s. eliot, Jesus, Jean Michel Basquait, and Beethoven.

2. Why have you chosen these five individuals? Different reasons for each one; mainly because of what they accomplished, who they were, how interesting they are even now, and in Whoopi's case, she's hilarious and I lurve her :-D

3. What would you serve for dinner? Drugs. I don't think any of them ate, did they? Um...for Jesus, we'll be having the fish, bread and wine.

4. What would you like to ask them? That would be a thesis or something. Many things, but different for each, since they all excelled in varied disciplines.

5. Do you think everybody seated at the table would get along? Why or why not? Yes. They're all similarly spectacular, they are (for the most part) or WERE intelligent, eccentric, unique, understanding, thoughtful, curious and interesting. Can't go wrong with a group like that.

And the fridayfiver:

1. Do you play any sports? I used to. Can't now, because of knees.

2. Do you exercise on a regular basis? Yash. I swim and walk :)

3. Name one person that raises your blood pressure: :X

4. You need to go up two floors in a building: do you use the stairs or the elevator? Two floors = stairs. That's one of my biggest pet peeves at work; people will take the elevator for one flight. GrrRRrr.

5. One thing that makes you go "Hmmmmm"? Ummm...missing food the next day (don't ask). :D


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Aug. 5th, 2005 03:35 pm (UTC)
Heh, funny - I JUST saw the Basquiat retrospective in Downtown Los Angeles last weekend on it's opening night. It's always amazing who I see at these opening night parties, that night I bumped into (literally!) Billy Zane, and Heather Graham was spotted drunk off her ass. Fun!
Aug. 5th, 2005 04:24 pm (UTC)
Mkay. NOW I'M JEALOUS!!! GrrRRrr.

I wish I'd met him while he was alive. The stupid movie about him is...um, stupid, plus they totally cut it down, so that you couldn't really get a good "picture" of his life (except for his fondness and friendship with Andy Warhol, who was played by *swoon* David Bowie).

Is Billy still bald, or did he grow his hair back? :)

Did you know that J dated Madonna before she was Madonna? I thought that was kinda interesting (all things, people I know, and life considered). :)

Just hang out on Rodeo Drive, and you're likely to run in to at LEAST 85% of "the rich and famous." Some of whom you probably despise. Hahahaha. :)
Aug. 5th, 2005 04:59 pm (UTC)
The nice thing about having Jesus at a party, is that he can always create more food. Anyone who can create wine from water or feed 5000 people from just a few loaves of bread and fishes, is ALWAYS welcome at my house!
Aug. 5th, 2005 07:51 pm (UTC)
LOLOL! There's that. Although, I'm thinking Jesus would um, assume I'd feed him. Otherwise, I'd be all stingy and lose my place in heaven.

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