State three for each of the following:
Favorite food you eat till you puke and don't mind eating it again and again and puke it all over again:
1. General Tso's chicken.
2. Nathan's hot dogs.
Favorite stores to shop till you drop (and might never fit in their clothing, but you buy their stuff anyways, because you are in denial):
2. Old Navy
Yeah, shut up! I shop in the men's section.
Favorite shows that you quote like madness and will totally attend a convention if ever existed:
I don't really quote television shows (more of a movie person, myself), but here's the ones I would...
1. Star Trek... any series.
2. Xena: The Warrior Princess
3. House or Bones (it's a tie) Yeah, my two favorite current TV characters are both atheists. Go figure.
Favorite movies that you just never get tired of:
1. Anything by Monty Python
2. Anything by Mel Brooks
3. Independents/foreign films with hot lesbians (NOT cheesy porn where they do it wrong and I want to smack 'em!)
Things you wish to do before you die:
1. Win the Pulitzer (or a Nobel... I'm so cocky).
2. Have equal rights so that I can die free in my own damned country!
3. See the world doing all those crazy things my heart can't really take anymore.
Places you want to go before you die:
1. New Zealand
Things you fear the most:
1. Dying before I'm finished here
2. That my meds will stop working
Things that make you happy:
2. Hanging with my crazy friends, who'd better come to DC soon!
3. Doing wild and somewhat insane things.
Things that you wish to excel in:
2. Commentary and analysis.
3. Public speaking
You feel strongest about:
1. Give us us free!!!!!!!!
2. Impeach George W. Bush.
3. Uniting the left (minus the crazies) so that we can actually get something done, dammit!
Your favorite quote:
Not necessarily my favorites, there are so many, but just a few from one of my favorite writers and the one who has probably had the most influence on my thinking, George Orwell.
1. All political thinking for years past has been vitiated in the same way. People can foresee the future only when it coincides with their own wishes, and the most grossly obvious facts can be ignored when they are unwelcome.
2. But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.
3. During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.