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Friday Spies

I don’t normally do this sort of thing, but since I have been experiencing technical difficulties and have not been able to write when I want to, I have been having a hard time holding on to my thoughts. (Plus E. McPan mentioned me in her’s, which I appreciate.

1. What blog, other than your own, do you read the most?

Lately I haven’t been able to read many blogs, but I love second person singular and wish that Matt would write more. Pete and Evan keep me updated on the world at large and technology and the law and make me laugh. Scoplaw makes sure I am thinking and being observant of people. NDC makes me laugh, and I refuse to believe that he is as jaded and as offensive as his blog. Megan is the best commenter on the planet and I love it when she takes pictures of herself in the mirror. Then of course my law school boys who recap the weekends (and weeknights for that matter for me. Oh, and my first college friend.

2. Are you a gadget person? Do you have the latest thingamajigs and whoozits and geegaws? What sort of gadgets do you own?

I love gadgets. I have been handicapped the past couple of weeks by the demise of my favorite gadget, my laptop. My cell phone has a different light up sequence for every ring (mary beth says I’m the only one who doesn’t find this irritating. My ipod goes with me everywhere, and I adore my digital camera and my sound dock and I make sure that my family enjoys gadgets as well. Because it is so much more fun that way.

3. If I gave you $1000 on the condition that you couldn’t spend it on something responsible (e.g., bills), or save it, what would you do with the money?

I would go on a trip. Probably to New York to see Libby and Maggie and Emily and I would take them out to dinner. But I might stop in Washington DC on the way to see Jennifer and Emily. Expendable income = traveling.

4. What are your five favorite sitcoms of all time, other than "Seinfeld" and "The Simpsons"?

I never really thought of the Simpsons as a sitcom, but whatever. In no particular order with little thought going into it.

1. Will and Grace
2. Scrubs
3. Two guys and girl
4. Friends
5. Frasier

5. Organize a film festival based on a theme. Choose a theme and a handful of movies with that theme, and tell us what you’ve chosen.

This question is actually what made me want to do this little questionnaire, because I was thinking today of all the movies that people should have seen, but haven’t, and how I would like to make all my friends watch the movies that they missed. Keep in mind this is my film festival and I get to decide which movies you should have seen and didn’t.

Movies you missed cause they are old that you must see:
1. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
2. Casablanca
3. Dr. Zhivago
4. The Apartment
5. Citizen Kane
6. Gone with the Wind
7. War and Peace
8. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
9. Chariots of Fire

Movies you missed because you don’t go to the movie enough-and/or don’t have netflicks

1. Mean Girls
2. The Royal Tennenbaums
3. Monsters, Inc.
4. Keeping the Faith
5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
6. High Fidelity

Movies you haven’t seen in a really long time that you need to go back and watch again

1. St. Elmo’s Fire
2. Stand by Me
3. Risky Business
4. City Slickers
5. Sleepless in Seattle

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