Strange Brouhaha

Sunday, March 18, 2007

Hi There

Healing is progressing; things hurt a little bit less every day. I've been able to work all week, in the office actually for most of it. It's still really sore, and the spine specialist says that I should continue to limit my mobility, but it's definitely getting better.

This is apparently the second compression fracture that I've had, which is, according to the doctors, unusual.

I'll try to get back to the blogging soon. It's not terribly convenient right now. Here's the Saturday Six.

1. What was your favorite animated cartoon series when you were little?

2. What was your favorite "live action" children's series when you were little?

3. Who is your favorite muppet character?

4. Take the quiz: What is your Sesame Street personality?

5. Have you ever appeared on a locally-produced children's show, or would you have ever wanted to?

6. Cartoons like "The Flintstones," though animated, were really intended for adults. What's your favorite adult (non-porn) cartoon?

1. It went back and forth between a few, but I'd have to say that I never wanted to miss "The Flintstones" if I could help it. I was a "GI Joe" fan, too, but not nearly as much. "GI Joe" was mostly about the toys--especially the dude with the laser rifle.

2. "Land of the Lost".

3. Fozzie Bear. If we're talking "Sesame Street"-only, Cookie Monster. Or those Martians that go "yip yip yip yip yip yip yip yip uh-huh uh-huh."

4. I'm oddly pleased with this one.
You Are Bert

Extremely serious and a little eccentric, people find you loveable - even if you don't love them!

You are usually feeling: Logical - you rarely let your emotions rule you

You are famous for: Being smart, a total neat freak, and maybe just a little evil

How you life your life: With passion, even if your odd passions (like bottle caps and pigeons) are baffling to others

5. Never was, although I will confess that I always wanted to go on Checkers and Pogo to play the game where you had to cram your mouth full of crackers and then try to whistle. I practiced the heck out of that; I would've been really good."

6. "The Simpsons," I guess, would be the default answer, but I think I like "Futurama" better.


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