So, without further ado ...
Four jobs I’ve had
Produce department at Foodtown
Radio station program director
P.R. guy for a small college
Four movies I can watch over and over
A Christmas Story
The Wizard of Oz
Four places I’ve lived
Four TV shows I love
Judd for the Defense
Four highly regarded and recommended TV shows I haven’t seen (much of)
Four places I’ve vacationed
Sanibel Island, Fla. (My girlfriend, not I, was rich)
Lake George, N.Y.
Four of my favorite dishes
Ribeye steak off the charcoal grill
An organically-raised turkey with all the trimmings
A bucket of steamed clams
Four sites I visit daily/regularly
Out of Step
Sunni Maravillosa and the Conspirators
Four places I’d rather be right now
Dinner with Ray Bradbury
Breakfast with that girl from 20 years ago
A cabin in the woods on a lake in a free country
Four new bloggers I’m tagging
I half-agree with Sunni - "Consider yourself tagged if you wanna play" - and James - "This is always the most uncomfortable part of this tagging business, especially if they've already done it on a couple days I missed their blogs, or if they themselves have run out of people to tag. So they are under no obligation, and probably never watch television anyway." But:
Hey, I said I half-agree with Sunni and James, so there's two. Just about everyone else I thought of has already been here ...
This is a fun exercise, even if my paranoia chip kicked in - "Four places I've lived? Who wants to know??" - which is why I fudged on that one. Those are four places where I had an experience that made me feel extremely alive - which is more interesting than places where I had a domicile anyway, isn't it?