Friday, November 04, 2005

"Storyteller tell me a story from back in the day"

This is all going to be fairly random tonight...

I went to the art opening. It was at a bar called Geo Kayes here in Oakland. I guess, according to one guest, that Green Day used to hang out here. It really was pretty small. But it's draw is that its a "renegade smoking bar." You see, here in California, there's a law against smoking in public places, however Geo Kaye gets around this because he is the sole proprietor and sole I guess it's not so "renegade" if he's just following the letter of the law. Anyway, I came away from there wanting 1) to buy a $300 piece of art and 2) wanting to smoke.


An interesting session with my therapist. It's fascinating to me. I hate him and love him. He's a really good therapist and I envy his skill. But when I sit with him, I wish that he would let things slip by.


This is probably the longest meme I've seen so far. I stole it from
Fear & Loafing in England once known as Retro-Boy.

Name someone with the same birthday as you?
Janis Strope - she hosted the first listserv I was on. She's an amazing woman.

Where was your first kiss?
In the living room of my family's house. I'll tell the full story sometime.

Have you ever seriously vandalized someone's property?

Have you ever sang in front of a large group of people?
Yes, I was in a church choir from the time I was in kindegarten. I have danced in front of an even larger group of people....I was in a liturgical dance group in high school that preformed at a youth convention for 10,000 people.

What's the first thing you notice about the opposite sex?
I look at the whole package, as it were.

What really turns you on?
Reciprocated interest.

What do you order at Starbuck's?
Grande decaf soy latte or grande decaf coffee.

What is your biggest mistake?
I don't feel like I've had any major mistakes.

Have you ever hurt yourself on purpose?

Say something totally random about yourself.
I love dogs.

Has anyone ever said you look like a celebrity?
Yes. Janis Joplin. It's the hair.

Do you still watch kiddy movies or TV shows?
Not much.

Did you have braces?
No. Damn good genetics when it came to teeth (little else).

Are you comfortable with your height?
Yes, I am average for my height.

What is the most romantic thing someone has ever done for you?
I have to admit that no one has ever done anything terribly romantic for me.

When do you know it's love?
When I feel a little crazy.

Do you speak any other languages?
No, but I sure could use a working knowledge of Spanish.

Have you ever been to a tanning salon?

What magazines do you read?
Bitch. Bust. Sometimes Newsweek, the Advocate, or Ms.

Have you ever ridden in a limo?

Has anyone you were really close to passed away?

Do you watch MTV?
No. I don't have cable.

What's something that really annoys you?
People who drive stupid.

What's something you really like?

Do you like Michael Jackson?
I like his older music. But I think he is a very disturbed person.

Can you dance?
Yes. Do other people think I dance well? Who the hell cares?

What's the latest you have ever stayed up?
Well into the next day.

Have you ever been rushed to the ER by ambulance?
No, but I know many people who have (including my mother).

Do you read these whe someone fills them out?
How do you think I found this one?


I'm wiped out now. No NaNoWriMo for me tonight.


red one said...

There are two people called Janis in there, Spin. But your other answers were interesting too... I particularly like your answer to "what turns you on?". Oddly, this is the third reference to people speaking or wanting to speak spanish I've seen among my blogmates this week. Must be something in the cyberair.


spinsterwitch said...

For me, living and working as a social worker in California, Spanish is a must. My pidgen spanish sucks! My poor Spanish-speaking clients just look at me blankly sometimes.

Mr_Mystic said...

Pues yo le podia ayudar a usted co su Espanol.

spinsterwitch said...

Mystic...I believe you may have just offered to help me with my Spanish, yes?

That's lovely. Perhaps, after NaNoWriMo, I can dig out the old testbook I have, and start sending you silly e-mails about how I am dancing on the beach, etc.

I've found that when I hit the studying, memorize some words, etc. that it really helps to have help like that. Oh, and I watch Sabado Gigante!'s a Spanish language variety show that is a hoot in any language.