Friday's Feast

What was the last game you purchased?
I purchased two games in Dublin for my Nintendo DS:  The Simpsons (pretty good) and Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (which is amazing!).

Name something in which you don’t believe.

I’m so immature my first thought was "Yer ma".  Lame.

I don’t believe it is right for one person to exploit another person. I don’t believe that every action doesn’t have an impact. I don’t believe I’ve been so fortunate to have live the life I’ve lived. I don’t believe in being so serious all the time. I don’t believe in prematurely growing up. I don’t believe I ordered the chicken.  I don’t believe that you have all the answers. I don’t believe I have all the answers. I don’t believe that anyone does.

If you could choose a celebrity to be your boss, who would you pick?

Strangely, I have an interview next week with a company where I would be the PA to a quasi-celebrity. ("Quasi" because *I’ve* never heard of him, but I’m sure millions of other people have).  I’m leaving the details out of that one until the interview is done. I don’t want to jinx it.  However, if I could pick a celebrity to be my boss… shoot. To be honest, at this point I would pick any good looking male celeb and try to seduce him.  But, seeing as how that is an unsatisfactory and rather unintellectual answer, I think I will change it…

If I could choose a celebrity to be my boss, I would pick the Dali Lama.

There. Now I don’t feel like such a cretin.

Main Course
What was a lesson you had to learn the hard way?

I’ve learned ALL my lessons the hard way!  It is my own fault, I never seem to learn the first time, which is part of the reason why life lessons are always so rough on me. You would think a heartless, cold, unfeeling person of my cynicism and bitterness wouldn’t be so naive, loving, and trusting all the freak time.

Describe your idea of the perfect relaxation room.

The room would have to be in a house far away from everyone (well, if there was someone else around that didn’t bother me and wanted to relax too, then maybe they could be there) and everything (especially traffic and advertising), preferably on the ocean somewhere. There would be no television, no phones, heck… I would be happy with no electricity.  It would be warm enough, without being hot. Maybe with a fireplace.  And it would smell nice. Like the fire and the ocean.  There would be books. There would be food. Maybe I would have my guitar. Maybe it would be raining (or snowing) outside and I would be inside, cozy and happy, looking out through the rain (or snow) at the ocean. I wish there really was a relaxation room like that. I wish I was in it right now.

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