#1 I am a white person, and I am proud of it. Hence the command: "Kiss my hairy white ass!".

#2 I have no earrings, no unnatural protrusions from underneath my skin, no attached iron, and no ink done. In fact, the closest thing to a personalized "marking" that I have is the watchband line on my left wrist. My individual "jewelry statement" is to not make a statement. Wait; hang on a second here. I started doing this weird "reverse sideburn" thing when I shaved--last year. Then I had ear surgery in 2004, and had to stop shaving up the left side. But I keep this really obnoxious smooth spot that goes up over my right ear--it's very unique. And when I say unique, I mean that I am the ONLY person on the planet who does it. So I am actually "cooler" than all the others with the ink and metal. And I learned from watching the left side grow, that If I ever get bored with my reverse sideburn, it'll grow back in about a month. I win again.

#3 Though in touch with my feminine side, I like girls only.

#4 Given the standard choice (in female anatomy) between breasts and thighs, I am a "leg man". Given the choice in pieces of chicken, I will stay with "breasts".

#5 I know how to read books and stuff, but I prefer hands-on activities like pinball, frisbee, and massaging women.

#6 I value function over form (which also leads to...)

#7 I like simple things more than complicated ones (which also leads to...)

#8 I like common things more than extravagant ones.

#9 Cool and dark:
"Call it football weather,or a ruined day, still
I like it overcast with just a little chill."
Hey I know those lines; I WROTE those lines. Those are the first 2 lines from the above-average poem "Who Knows" that I wrote in 2001 for my incredible girlfriend. Thank you.

#10 I think that all people are stupid, including myself. Some people merely show their stupidity more often. 80% of men are morons, and 90% of women are a joke. There; I said it, and now I feel better.

#11 I would rather be alone than be with most people (gee, imagine).

#12 I would LOVE to be the only person on an island. Were I the lone "Castaway", I would not be building some dumbass boat with the hope of leaving. I would build a beautiful fence around the island to keep the rest of you humans out.

#13 I respect introversion and self-induced suffering when it is done as motivation. (think of the 'conditioning' in Huxley's "Brave New World")

#14 Usually, I like to talk. I do well on the phone. I sell stuff. I make speeches, and persuade people. I can talk on the radio, too. Sometimes I just talk to myself. Usually it takes a good bit of drinking or drugs to shut me up.

#15 When I'm listening, I like it when people get to the point. If you cannot say what's on your mind, or if you must play games, or if you constantly zig-zag from point A to point B, then you will not be in my life for long. (It's time for a good metaphor.) This is not a verbal tennis match, okay? Give me your "ace serve", then I'll give you mine, and then we'll either fight--or go to the bar. Why is this so difficult?

#16 I like to write. Even though I love the colors purple and blue, I prefer to write in black ink. I used to write with Pilot BP-S medium point pens. Then I changed to these cool little rubbery Bic "Soft Feel" pens that narul turned me on to. My FCP found a box of those old Pilot BP-S black pens (in 2003) and sent them to me--I can't thank her enough. Now I work in a place where pens "magically" get up and walk away--so I rely on using cheap pens at work. Then, at home, I do most of my thumbnailing/rough drafting on the keyboard. I just don't "write" that much anymore. I used to go through 200 sheets of college-ruled notebook paper in 2 months; now I can't remember the last time I bought paper to write on. The times; they are a-changing. Let me tell you about my new computer.

#17 I computed on a 1999 HP Pavillion bundle (4440); 333 mhz, from 1-99 until 2-04. Now I compute on a mutt; it's an AMD Athlon XP 2400+ processor on an ECS Elitegroup motherboard, with 512 MB of DDR memory, housed in an (EPA Pollution Preventer) ATX Super Mid Tower Case with a 350 watt power supply. It has 2 CD drives; the old HP one, and a new one that can write. Right now my computer sound is running (insanely loudly) through my 280 watt stereo. In 1999, my old computer was top of the line, and cost $1400. In 2004, this new one is (far above average) not quite top of the line--but still is almost 8 times faster than the old one, and has cost me a little over $300 to this point. There is still more to spend; a big hard drive, a better sound card, a speaker system? But it's all so much cheaper now. I also won't need a printer or monitor this time.
3-04 Update: We have a new 90GB hard drive; borrowed decent speakers from TPG (I can still easily hook the sound through my stereo, too), and the AC97 sound card (on the motherboard) will work fine for now.

#18 It is clearly stated in the U.S. Constitution that when our "new" government gets too big and corrupt--how "we the people" are to rise up and take the government back. Reagan, Bush, Clinton, and now another Bush? Can you hear that laughter coming from Washington? I sure can. What exactly are we waiting for?

#19 I eat alot of healthy foods. Not quite a vegetarian, but I'm very close. (In 2-04 I gave up cow milk and mayonnaise. Nobody ever explained to me BOTH that mayo is really BAD for you, and that mustard is actually GOOD for you.) However, I have concerns about the way omniverous people respond to "meat". For example; we eat cows, pigs, sheep, and deer. In the orient (culturally different from the Americas), people commonly eat dogs, cats, and horses. But at the mention of eating a rodent, or another human being, most people of the world not only wouldn't, but actually think the idea is repulsive. I find this fascinating. I've only heard ME say this out loud, but why can't we just grind up the homeless and feed them to the hungry? Talk about killing 2 birds with 1 stone. And don't call it "murder" either; you don't call it "murder" when you grind up a cow to eat, bitch. I've eaten out of trash cans myself, and I would have LOVED a good human bar-b-que during my "lean" years.

#20 Shit; I'm on a roll now. I think that cannibalism among humans would be an excellent means of population control--as well as a constant food source in poorer countries.

#21 I think that cannibalism of criminals would be an excellent crime deterrent; can ANYBODY argue me on this point? No, I didn't think so. "Hey you, criminal dude, no--you're NOT going to jail; you're going to the grill!" Didn't we used to burn witches at the stake? Yeah; did we eat them, too? Why not?

#22 I think that mandatory death at age 60, for the purpose of being fed to the poor and hungry cannibals, would force people to live their lives with more enthusiasm, duh. I AM actually a genius, you know? Watch this thought train continue...And there would be considerably less apathy amongst the masses; people would FIND some damn meaning in their lives, or MAKE some damn meaning--rather than just walk through motions and stare blankly at the television.
Do you understand this?

#23 Damn, I'm hungry. Hey, that reminds me; I like my girlfriend alot. I wish that there were 2 of her. She understands why.

#24 I hate school. I hate classes. I hate all forced learning. Had I been given the choice at age 16, I would've left home and joined the circus. Imagine how easy it would be to serial kill (and eat) a couple of people a week, travelling from town to town under the brilliant cover of the "Big Top". Oops; never mind.

#25 When I was in high school, I died in a car wreck. I saw no bright light, I didn't talk to any dead relatives or deities, and I certainly didn't want to come back here. Do you remember that old saying: "Heaven doesn't want me, and Hell's afraid I'm going to take over"?. I'm just waiting for the signal, baby; tick tock.

Imagine these 25 little "tidbits" as my introduction to a political career. Would you vote for the Overnight Guy? I sure would. At least 2wice.

Subject: Getting to know 2004!

Copy, do over, send back to the person who sent it to you, or just shove it up your ass; I really couldn't care much less. This exists merely as a chance to work through some cobwebs in your personal creativity; you'd be a fool not to at least play around with it for a few minutes.--W C

I had no #1 on this piece of crap. So I'll make my own #1.
#1. ARE YOU SOBER RIGHT NOW? Yes, but not by choice.

#2. WHAT COLOUR PANTS ARE YOU WEARING? Colour? Can you spell? Who the hell are we now; David GilmOUR? "Colour" sounds like that queer guy/straight eye thing. Colour; sheesh. I'm wearing gray boxer briefs that I found on the floor--and they don't stink too bad yet.

#3. WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO? My incredibly loud new computer fan; it's almost as good as deep speaker hiss--I don't have sound on my new computer yet. A couple of days later (I have sound now)...during THIS update, I am hearing Evanesence's "Fallen". My latest CD purchase was the new Crystal Method "Legion of Boom".

#4. WHAT ARE THE LAST 4 DIGITS OF YOUR PHONE NUMBER? Kiss my hairy white ass.

#5. WHAT WAS THE LAST THING YOU ATE? You don't want to know, or you wouldn't believe me, so forget about it. Oh what the Hell; I ate some good flesh off of my left thumb. See? This whole question is a really bad idea for me; because we self-cannibals are highly misunderstood creatures.

#6. IF YOU WERE A CRAYON, WHAT COLOUR WOULD YOU BE? We were talking about this at work, and I said "burnt sienna". But "Sienna" sounds like some ugly stripper's namer, so let's say I'd be a well-appreciated "violet".

#8. LAST PERSON YOU TALKED TO ON THE PHONE? This drunk guy I drink with (another bad question). I'm not doing very well with this, am I?

#9. THE FIRST THING YOU NOTICE ABOUT THE OPPOSITE SEX? Hair style and length; then facial expression; like, if they're smiling, and then eye COLOUR (HA! I used you're faggy spelling!).

#10. DO YOU LIKE THE PERSON WHO SENT YOU THIS? Yes. At the lowest possible grading, she's either the BEST, or the #2 female on this planet. Bite me.

#11. HOW ARE YOU TODAY? Sick; laying out of work, wearing dirty underwear. I am in true party mode. Load the bong already.

#12. FAVOURITE DRINK? More with the "our"'s, huh? It used to be coffee, or Mountain Dew. Then there was Code Red Mountain Dew, and then Live Wire. Lately I've been brewing my own special green tea that's really strong, too. Screw it; let's stay with coffee. Hang on while I go brew some more.

#13. FAVOURITE ALCOHOLIC DRINK: Big props to this new Michelob Ultra beer; it's beer for people who work out. That's me.

#14. FAVOURITE SPORTS? To watch; football and hockey. To play; frisbee.

#15. HAIR COLOUR? Brownish, with some grey crap on the sides.

#16. EYE COLOUR? Soft blue. I actually have pretty nice eyes for being such a pissy old fart.

#17. FONDEST MEMORIES: Grumble, grumble. The best of them revolve around being an effective radio DJ from '93 to '98. 1997 was definitely the best year; I was on top of my game, loving life, also I met Gus, and Static Girl.

#18 SIBLINGS AND THEIR AGES: Zero. I am the classic example of an only child, and the world revolves around my ass.

#19. FAVOURITE MONTH: August; it's long and hot--and people send me money.

#20. FAVOURITE FOOD: I'm sliding over into the vegan world inhabited by my girlfriend--it's not easy. I still like spicey food, though; I love it when it clears out my sinuses and makes me cry. And garlic is food, too, not just an ingredient. I found this garlic hot sauce stuff at the 99cent store, and I just drink that shit right out of the bottle. Kiss me.

#21. LAST MOVIE WATCHED? The whole thing? Because I watched about half of the original "Terminater" with my girlfriend on the warped tour futon--and that was nice. I watched "Bowling for Columbine" by myself; loved it, and plan on watching it again many times. Before "Bowling" and that half of "Terminater", girlfriend and I watched "Seabiscuit" together, and we LOVED it!

#22. FAVOURITE DAY OF THE YEAR: Quiet days with low impact; kind of like today--except for feeling sick like I do.

#23 FAVOURITE SPOT? The one that makes her cum, and RUINS her for other men. Wait; what were we talking about? I also like to have the high score on a good pinball machine; does that count? There are spots on my carpet, too. Am I supposed to have a favorite one?

#24. ARE YOU TOO SHY TO ASK SOME ONE OUT? No; I'm just not desperate enough to get back into dating these obnoxiously stupid women of today. If my girlfriend AND my back-up plan fall through (those would be the #1 and #2 women on the planet, thank you), I'll have one of those deluxe Inflate-O-Date's.

#25. FIRST TEENAGE MOVIE STAR CRUSH? Brooke Shields (I told you I was old). TV crushes should count, too. And since I'm old enough to remember the original "Charlie's Angels"; you must honor the only goddess who lasted from day one till day done; Jaclyn Smith.

#26. Favorite-SUMMER OR WINTER? Whatever is quieter.

#27. HUGS OR KISSES? Finally, a good question. My girlfriend is not very affectionate. I have even put in a poem that 'when she hugs back, it's emotional bliss'; and it is. But she's not big on kissing; so I haven't had a really good kiss in years. So I do get the occaisional good hug, and I appreciate them dearly, but I am missing the kissing, baby. My tongue wants to tango with another eager licker; any takers?

#28. RELATIONSHIPS OR ONE NIGHT STANDS? I had exactly ONE one-night stand when I was 20, and I thought it was great--I thought it was the beginning of something good, and physically based. I got used, awww, but it wasn't bad--not at all; I just wish I had known what SHE had in mind at that time. Other than that 1 night, I seem to be doomed to 2 and 3-year long relationships. Except for this yummy current one; 6 years and counting.

#29. CHOCOLATE OR VANILLA? Where's jamocha? Jamocha is chocolate and coffee combined--you can't do better than that. So let's go with coffee here. Wait; I meant chocolate.

#30. DO YOU WANT YOUR FRIENDS TO WRITE BACK? I'm a socially repressed, nihilistic cold-hearted loner. I don't even want any friends--much less any morons writing back to me. I'm still not doing very well with this, am I?

#31. WHO IS MOST LIKELY TO RESPOND? Perhaps you should read my answer to #30 again.

#32. WHO IS LEAST LIKELY TO RESPOND? Everybody (hopefully).

#33. LIVING ARRANGEMENTS? I live with my ideal woman; another socially repressed, nihilistic cold-hearted loner.

#34. WHAT BOOKS ARE YOU READING? Books? "This Present Darkness".

#35. WHAT'S ON YOUR MOUSE PAD? It's just a plain purple mouse pad. Somebody should invent a mousepad with Super Chicken and Fred on it. I'd give them as Christmas presents.

#36. FAVOURITE BOARD GAME: Not this crap again.

#37. WHAT DID YOU DO LAST NIGHT? Helped out a friend, who hopefully will be coming to fix my new computer today. He didn't; he had domestic issues. But he did come and look at it the next day, and he failed miserably (some computer wizard he is, ha). After he left, my girlfriend and I started from scratch, found the sound problem, and THAT'S how we've come to have computer sound going through my big mutha stereo.

#38. FAVOURITE SMELLS? X-rated, illegal, I also like to smell the suntan lotion on smooth bronzed legs (yum), and I like this nag champa incense, too.

#39. CAN YOU TOUCH YOUR NOSE WITH YOUR TONGUE? I don't need to. I don't even need to try.

#40. WHAT INSPIRES YOU? Finally; another good question. Apparently, after 3 hours of self-debate, and a conversation with the incredible babe who sent this to me, my main inspiration comes either directly or indirectly from being disappointed. Before you dismiss this idea as a bunch of hooey, consider it from all sides.

#41. BUTTERED, PLAIN OR SALTED POPCORN? I'll eat popcorn, but I'm just not into it enough to care about the details. My late grandfather and I used to eat cold, stale, 3-month old popcorn--and we loved it. And at $4 a box, you can just keep that nasty shit at the theater.

#42. FAVOURITE CAR? That I've owned, that I've wrecked, or that I want? Gus is the favorite vehicle that I've owned--followed closely by my "Fury in the Slaughterhouse" Mazda GLC. And someday I want a purple Dodge Viper. But my favorite car of all time will be a bus (or coach) that I can just live in if I want to. Imagine; instead of saying 'I'm going to take my ball and go home.', saying 'I'm going to take my home and drive away now.' Or, even better; 'I'm going to take my home and go find a new place to live now.' Dude, that would be SO cool.

#43. FAVOURITE FLOWER? something purple. Or, remember that (Roger Moore) James Bond movie "Moonraker"? Didn't they have a shitload of flowers that were deadly lethal to humans, and they were going to shoot them down here from space--and kill all of us poor humans? Yeah; I liked those flowers, too. In fact, I was quite disappointed with the end of that movie. I'm really not doing well with this, am I?

#44. HOW MANY KEYS ON YOUR KEY RING? HA! I know about the ignition switch trick. So I have only 2 keys on my car keychain, and about 5 keys on my house keychain.

#46. FAVOURITE DAY OF THE WEEK? Man, I don't know. My job gives us different days off, so Sundays aren't even safe. In my dream world; how about a Monday off from work, with a full pot of strong coffee brewed, and all of BOTH Sunday's and Monday's newspapers to read--accompanied by a hot naked girl who wants to please me? It ain't likely, but it COULD happen; someday, maybe.

#48. WHAT DID YOU DO FOR YOUR LAST BIRTHDAY? Got thrown out of a bar, I think. No, wait. I worked on my birthday, and had the next day off--so I could go get thrown out of that bar.

#49. LIFETIME GOALS? Oh crap. To be a more positive influence than negative. I also started a "Crusade" to put back feeling into poetry--that was back in 1985 (as you can see, I have done well with my own--but influencing others to care about the craft is a futile exercise). And then there's 2004, now, where my new lifetime goal is to snag a couple of happy hostages, and somehow hide from all the rest of you.

Summer 2003: About You

Get to know your pals better. Make sure you read the instructions at the bottom and have fun. Send it to us all, and you might be pleasantly surprised next time you get a little treat from your own special pal...
1. What time is it? 7pm, maybe

2. Name: W C Davis

3. Who is your favorite band of all times? It changes every few minutes; right now it's uh, NIN

4. Nickname: Overnight Guy, Crash, Pinball Wizard

5. Number of candles on your last birthday cake: 38

6. Pets: None; SO has 2 low-maintenance guinea pigs

7. Hair color: Brown; what little hair is left. And gray.

8. Piercings: No thank you.

9. Eye color: Soft Blue

10. How much do you love your job: Its pretty good for a job, but it's just a job. Like everything else in my life, it'll only last a couple years, tops. Probably less. Then I'll get depressed and suicidal, and wind up at some other phone job. Or maybe I'll retire again. I think DAX V retired. What were we talking about?

11. Hometown: From Athens, GA to north Phoenix in 2000

12. Current Residence: Bell road, sort of

13. Favorite foods: bar-b-que + chocolate

14. Been to Africa? You're funny.

15. Been toilet papering? Yes.

16. Love someone so much it made you cry? Yeah, so?

17. Been in a car accident? A few good ones; and one for the all-time highlight reel.

18. Croutons or bacon bits? Yes, and more of both.

19. Favorite day of the week: Whatever day I'm off work, and don't have to deal with you people.

20. Favorite word or phrase: "Did you see that?" and there are a few others. "That's what I want to hear." is pretty popular for me right now.

21. Favorite Restaurant: STILL the original Taco Stand on Milledge Ave in Athens, GA.

22. Favorite flower: Flowers? Something purple.

23. Favorite sport to play: "sport" involves a physical competition; I don't do them. I will throw frisbees though.

24. Favorite drink: Michelob Light, apparently.

25. Favorite Ice cream: I haven't had ice cream in months. Had some frozen yogurt, though; white cappucino or something.

26. Disney or Warner Bros.: Whomever wants to pay me more for the free plug.

27. Favorite fast food restaurant: Arby's won't kill you.

28. What color is your bedroom carpet: It's supposed to be ONE color?

29. How many times did you fail your drivers test: Never.

30. Before this one, from whom did you get your last e-mail: That was months ago.

31. Which store would you choose to max out your credit card: I don't have a credit card; give me yours and I'll go to Fry's Electronics. Or my own store.

32. What do you do most often when you are bored? I'm too busy (drunk) to get bored. But if I have an hour here or there, I answer e-mails.

33. Most annoying thing people ask me: All people and all questions annoy me.

34. Bedtime: I get up at 4:30 am; that's all that matters.

35. Who will respond to this e-mail the quickest: Look at the concern on my face.

36. Who is the person you sent this to that is least likely to respond? STT in GA, he's too busy hiding from his wife. DAX won't either; he's too busy drinking on the beach--in fact, DAX may be the smartest of all of us.

37. Favorite TV show: It's like the "band" question; it changes alot. Right now I like PTI on ESPN; it's quick, hits hard, and has painfully abrupt subject changes--it's kind of like my brain.

38. Last person you went out to dinner with: Either TPG or Staic Girl; I usually eat alone, thank you.

39. Ford or Chevy: Chrysler, apparently

40. (WC added this one...) Favorite brand of electronics: I have been a Samsung guy since 1996 (tv's and vcr's), but Panasonic is back up on top now.

41. Time you finished this e-mail: I took a few breaks, and didn't even do it for awhile. I'd say; about 4 months.

42. Name the one place you would go if neither money nor travel mattered at all: Underground; I have a plan.

43. Do you have any tattoos, if so where? Right next to my piercings.

2003 MORE About Me

Get to know your pals better. Make sure you read the instructions at the bottom and have fun. Send it to us all, and you might be pleasantly surprised next time you get a little treat from your own special pal...

1. What time is it?10:50 pm

2. Name: W C Davis

3. Who is your favorite band of all times? The 2nd incarnation of Pink Floyd (Waters/Gilmour; 1969 to 1981)

4. Nickname: Overnight Guy, Pinball Wizard, Crash, Purple Guy

5. Number of candles on your last birthday cake: 38

6. Pets: 2 guinea pigs who are afraid of me

7. Hair color: Brown, thin and balding. What's all this gray crap?

8. Piercing: Not my style

9. Eye color: Nice blue eyes

10. How much do you love your job: Which one? My main job is very decent, and puts me around good people I can learn from. My 2nd job is as an entertainment broker at a record label; I REALLY like those people, too. And I'm an independent business owner in the greatest industry ever; Dream-Building. Footnote: I plan to NEVER again rely on one single source of income--it's too darn risky.

11. Hometown: Hmmm, my existence still resonates from Athens, GA. Phoenix has been a very good run, too, but I don't know if I can stay here forever.

12. Current Residence: North Phoenix

13. Favorite foods: Bar-B-Que and chocolate, still; although my skinny, non-smoking, vegetarian girlfriend is proving to me that there are many good vegan foods, too. And we experiment a little.

14. Been to Africa? You couldn't pay me enough to go.

15. Been toilet papering? All the best ones have.

16. Love someone so much it made you cry? Crying is merely Level 1 frustration. I've also trampled through the incoherent rage of Level 2, the self-mutilation of Level 3, and the suicide attempts of Level 4. I would actually PAY MONEY to be able to go back to JUST loving someone enough to make me cry (Do high school kids make up these questions?).

17. Been in a car accident? A few, yes; and 1 big one that SHOULD have been my ticket out of this worthless realm.

18. Croutons or bacon bits? Hey; even Edgar Cayce loved crisp bacon. And I remember the croutons at Steverino's (Athens, GA) back in the mid to late 90's were the best ever.

19. Favorite day of the week: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; I usually get to workout, cook for, and kiss on my woman. I also like whatever day I get to sleep in and enjoy a little coffee.

20. Favorite word or phrase: Everybody else has such good and creative ones. I like Sportsnight references, Caddyshack references, and trying to work in the line from the song "That's Why I Say Hey Man Nice Shot".

21. Favorite Restaurant: It's been almost 4 years, okay, but it's STILL the original Taco Stand on Milledge Ave. in Athens, GA. Here's an idea; we could re-do this question into something like 'what's your favorite place to eat in the town you are in right now?' I'm a genius. And, right now, the quality options available at (the award-winning) "The Great Wall" Chinese buffet (59th ave.+Bell rd) are probably my favorite. But there are a few other places in Phoenix that I want to check out, too.

22. Favorite flower: Low maintenance; like a cactus or something. Yeah; a plastic cactus. Or my old gyro-daisy. Same thing.

23. Favorite sport to play: Frisbee, pinball, and ruining women for other men.

24. Favorite drink: My special drinks are Long Island Tea and Captain Morgan's and Coke. My daily glug of choice is still beer.

25. Favorite Ice cream: Pralines and cream; Jamocha almond fudge

26. Disney or Warner Bros.: I think I work with Disney

27. Favorite fast food restaurant: Arby's, always

28. What color is your bedroom carpet: I spilled more stuff on it just this week; so it's kind of dingy brownish yellow, with drool spots, oops.

29. How many times did you fail your drivers test: Never; although I am apparently losing my eyesight, and have selective hearing. The voices in my head have been getting louder, too. What were we talking about?

30. Before this one, whom did you get your last e-mail: Smilie's messing with me again. A couple of weeks ago this e-mail was under another one promising me wealth, women and a huge penis. But I already have those things.

31. Which store would you choose to max out your credit card: MY Quixtar store; there is amazing stuff in there--like IBM computers, Dodge Vipers, and Panasonic electronics. Let me borrow your credit card.

32. What do you do most often when you are bored? I look for the connections that can make this world come together at some level of peace and tolerance. And I masturbate; alot (it's easier).

33. Most annoying thing people ask me: Why don't you have kids?

34. Bedtime: Soon; the drugs are kicking in.

35. Who will respond to this e-mail the quickest: The people I know won't respond to this.

36. Who is the person you sent this to that is least likely to respond? The classy babe who sent this to me.

37. Favorite TV show: PTI when it's on, HIghlander re-runs, and football.

38. Last person you went out to dinner with: TPG and I went to Crazy Jims and had steak subs.

39. Ford or Chevy: DODGE! Pay attention.

40. Time you finished this e-mail: I'm getting dizzy; 20 minutes maybe.

41. Name the one place you would go if neither money nor travel mattered: Away. Want more detail? South. And east. Texas is looking better and better. But I still like the "underground" idea, too.

42. Do you have any tattoos, if so where? I AM a tattoo; don't try to confuse me.


There used to be 2 others down here; 1 from 2-2001, and 1 from 10-2000. They had to be deleted for these new updates. Bite me.

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