Three screennames you have: jim.carson, doctor_bob, fnord
Three things you like about yourself: innate curiosity; sense of humor; the veins on the back of my hands.
Three things you hate/dislike about yourself:
I suck at nearly every team sport imaginable; my skin is perpetually dry; I can’t project my voice
Three parts of your heritage: Texan, protestant, generalist
Three things that scare you: Seeing a state trooper in the rear-view mirror, flying cockroaches, religious fanatics.
Three of your everyday essentials: Lotion; wireless networks; carbonated/caffeinated beverages
Three things you are wearing right now:
T-shirt from a biking event; Levi’s; sunglasses (the future’s so bright, I gotta wear shades)
Three of your favorite [songs/]bands/artists (at the moment):
Marc Broussard, “Home”; Paul Brady, “The World is What You Make It”;
The Waifs, “Lighthouse”
Three things you want to try in the next 12 months:
Making tiramisu; getting paid to write; losing the weight I’ve gained over the holiday.
Three things you want in a relationship (love is a given):
Affection; tolerance (which I suppose implies a sense of humour); multi-dimensionality.
Two truths and a lie (random order):
Shad are an important part of the North American food chain.
I enjoyed reading Lord of the Rings
While filming a segment on bicycle commuting for an Oakland TV station, my lunch fell off my bike and was run over by a car.
Three physical things about the opposite (or same) sex that appeals [sic] to you: It’s all good. (Eyes, lips, butt.)
Three things you just can’t do:
Throw a baseball; sing opera; dance.
Three of your favorite hobbies:
Cooking, writing, taking stuff apart
Three things you want to do really badly right now:
Sleep; eat breakfast; : a romp in the hay”>finish this meme.
Three careers you’re considering:
Data farmer, writer, photographer.
Three places you want to go on vacation:
New Zealand, Iceland, Alaska.
Three kids names: Ruby, Lulu, Emily
Three things you want to do before you die:
Bike across the United States; learn how to dance; spend an entire month speaking a language other than English.
Three people who have to take this quiz, or not:
“Have to” goes against my nature; 🙂