Friday, March 23, 2007

Friday's Feast

Who is your favorite news anchor/reporter? Why?

I don’t really watch much tv… most of my news I get from online sources ( (local channel),, and from local newspapers. And, of course, can’t forget reading “milblogs” for the REAL story from the history-makers themselves… (see for an extensive listing of several THOUSAND soldier blogs all over EVERYWHERE, and/or my sidebar for a list of my faves!).

Name 3 foods that are currently in your freezer.

Is ice a food? Let’s see.. various frozen Weight Watchers tv dinners, various frozen vegetables, and various frozen meets, etc.

If you were to have the opportunity to name a new town or city, what would you call it?

Ummmm…. Good question! How about… “Namelss”!!! yeah, seriously… “Nameless” for the name of the town. I know, I’m weird… but remember, I live in Georgia. We have towns here with names like Lick-Skillet, Ducktown, and Between, with roads with names like “Ho-Hum Hollow Road,” “No-Name Road,” and so on….

Main Course
What will most likely be the next book you read?

Well, let’s see.. Bible as an on-going reading project, as in, on-going year round (some days/weeks/months better than others….), but aside from that, will be reading The Red Badge of Courage again, along with various books critiquing/interpreting it, because my American Literature Research paper is going to be on The Red Badge of Courage.

What's the first thing you notice about the opposite gender?



amy said...

what a great feast. I have several south beach frozen meals in my freezer...have a good day

webduck said...

Yummy feast! I had to laugh at myself. It it really quiet here today and when I was reading your FF I thought I was hearing voices. The water co. is working on the lines today and I thought it was them outside. Nope, it was "God Bless the USA". :)

Raggedy said...

Good luck with your paper!
Great Friday Feast!
My feast is served.
Have a wonderful day!
(")_ (")Š

Selena Kitt said...

Red Badge of Courage is great :)

"I live on No-Name Road in Nameless"... lol


Joseph C. Harris said...

Great feast. I liked the name of your town. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment.

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