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Monday, November 18, 2002

Monday Mission 1118

Doing the PromoGuy.net Monday Mission 2.45 thang-a-lang-a-ding-dang:

1. Is there anything you used to be able to do physically that you no longer can? What changed? Yes. I would like to be able to once again ride the beautiful brown horse just outside the doors at K-Mart. What changed? The horse always gallops away when it sees me heading its way.

2. If you could go to lunch with someone famous, anyone living or dead, who would you choose? What questions would you ask them? Retired CNN new anchor, Bernard Shaw. Who was your mentor? Whom did you mentor? Now that you've been away from CNN for a couple years, what regrets, if any, do you have about your career there? Boxers or briefs?

3. Which one Blogger would you most like to meet for dinner? Why did you pick that person? What would you talk about? What do you have in common? What would you do after dinner? My blogging daughter, Allie. Actually, we have dinner quite often and we talk about everything. She's a good talker and a good listener.

4. Money (or the lack thereof) is the number one cause of arguments amongst couples. Do you find this to be true? If there really was a "Money Tree" you could go an pick, would this really solve a couple's problems? Both parties should be totally involved in the money situation in order to avoid such arguments.

5. Speaking of arguments, have you ever been drawn into any nasty, hateful arguments? The kind where hurtful things were said that had nothing to do with the fight at hand? What was that all about? How did it turn out? I'm not a good arguer. I've said things in the heat of the moment to try to deflect the situation. It backfired.

6. When was the last time you had to admit you were wrong about something? How did that go? I have no problem admitting I'm wrong when I'm wrong. For me, it's like, "okay, I was wrong. Now can we move on?" The problem lies with, when someone doesn't let you live it down.

7. Now for a slight change of theme....what song should never have been written? There are a lot of songs I don't like and don't listen to. But, I would never even dream of saying a song shouldn't be written.

BONUS: Are you ready for a new sensation? Oh, yeah, definitely. Even in excessive amounts.

Posted by Marie at November 18, 2002 11:20 PM