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French Five

The questions in today's Friday Five are all about French things ... sort of.

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Internet Five

This week's Friday Five is called "Down the Rabbit Hole," a reference to those click-click-click online sessions we all have -- you know, the ones that start with an innocent search and end up with you looking at the clock three hours later and going, "What just happened to my entire afternoon/evening?"

Don't pretend you're not guilty! :-)  Click to read how I spend my online hours!Collapse )

44 Things meme

Suddenly I'm seeing various versions of this meme on Facebook and in personal blogs. It's called "44 Odd Things You Don't Know About Me," but I don't think the things are that odd. Still ...

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High school days

Here's a meme I swiped from wellinghall, who took a stab at it (here) despite its obviously American slant.

Do YOU remember your SENIOR year of high school?
Very well.

The year was: 1979

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Who's thirsty?

This week's Friday Five is called "(Im?)potent Potables" and is all about the beverages. And it looks like it should be answerable in short & sweet fashion, the way memes are intended to be answered, rather than with the term paper-length posts I often come up with. Ready?

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TV and me (aka TV Five) -- Part 2 of 2

You've read the Prologue. Now, let's see me try to answer five TV-related questions.

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TV and me (aka TV Five) -- Part 1 of 2

In honor of the upcoming Emmy Awards, yesterday's Friday Five asks all about TV. I'll try to answer those questions in a moment (okay, it will in fact be in my next post -- the following prologue turned out a bit long, and yet I didn't feel like cutting any of it).

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The Distracted Woman's Daybook (42)


Drama Five

Last week's Friday Five was, appropriately for Tony Awards weekend, all about Drama.

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"It's not the honors and the prizes and the fancy outsides of life which ultimately nourish our souls. It's the knowing that we can be trusted, that we never have to fear the truth, that the bedrock of our very being is good stuff." (Fred Rogers)

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