Friday, November 6, 2009

More Answers

Thanks, Abe & Frank, for the pity questions... (I'm such a hypocrite, whining [not really] about the lack of questions when I didn't ask anyone questions, myself.)

Anyway, here are the answers (I'm still saving Ned's previous 3rd question for a later post where I can talk a little more in detail):


Collecting French Musicals (on CD & DVD... well, when I had the money, anyway).

Teaching myself new things.

... lately... wasting my time watching anime (InuYasha & Naruto... I love Naruto -- the show, I'm not crushing on the character).

Favorite passtime?


Hopes and dreams for the future?

My greatest dream is and always has been to find a spouse with whom to raise a family.

If you knew you were going to die in your sleep tonight - what would you want to do today?

Go to bed early.

What's with the number underneath your swimming arrows logo? Did you design the logo? Are those arrows or something else?

The logo is the "Green Dot". I don't know what the numbers are (maybe some sort of license number or something?). I found the logo in a set of photoshop brushes I downloaded from somewhere. I thought it fit with the word "greenly" -- the font for the letters is called "chalked."

Do you see anything erotic in it? Was that intentional or just a happy accident?

Heh... I do now... I didn't see it until you asked... so I guess I would have to go with a happy accident.

What has been the most important lesson you have learned in your life so far?

I can trust myself.


  1. French Musicals - 2 things. 1) How can you stand their singing? Most French musical stars can't carry a tune in a bucket.

    2) Have you seen "8 Femmes"?

  2. What French musicals have you seen/heard? I'm no expert in singing, but I quite enjoy the singing in the French musicals I have.

    And, yes, I have seen 8 Femmes.

  3. What French musicals are in your collection? I only have a few. I have Romeo et Juliette, which I quite like; Les Parapluies de Cherbourg, which is one of my favorite movies; and Notre Dame de Paris (I like some of the songs, but the staging of it was just weird).