Friday, October 26, 2007

4/5 things

Kat went 4, Fuel went 5... I'll split them up

5 jobs I've held:
  1. Burger King cashier
  2. framing carpenter
  3. Class A PGA professional
  4. VP Sales and Marketing
  5. founder, CEO

5 Films I could watch over:

  1. A few Good Men
  2. Scent of a Women
  3. Pulp Fiction
  4. Wyatt Earp
  5. The Godfather

4 TV shows I watch:

  1. Simpsons
  2. Seinfeld
  3. Everyday Italian (Giordana's so friggin hot!)
  4. New Yankee Workshop

4 Places I've lived:

  1. Plymouth Meeting, PA
  2. West Norriton, PA
  3. King of Prussia, PA
  4. East Norriton, PA

5 Favorite Foods:

  1. cedar grilled salmon
  2. filet
  3. tuna sandwhich
  4. those little tiny potatoes that get all brown when roasted (i think "new")
  5. Pizza

4 websites I visit daily:

  1. http://www.riverchasers.com/
  2. http://www.yahoo.com/
  3. http://www.scotttrade.com/
  4. http://www.cnn.com/

4 favorite colors:

  1. Midnight Blue
  2. Forest Green
  3. Black
  4. Grey

4 places I'd love to be right now:

  1. St. Barts chillin
  2. Alaska exploring
  3. Ireland fly fishing
  4. Cartehegna, Coumbia, purchasing real estate

4 names I like but wouldn't (and did) name my children:

  1. Fuel, Jake
  2. Kat, Cierra
  3. Sir Alcanthang, Sydney
  4. Lucko, Delaney

4 favorite books:

  1. Dotcon, John Cassidy
  2. Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger
  3. Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck
  4. Undaunted Courage, Steven Ambrose
  5. into the wild, John Krakauer

3 comments:

Fuel55 said...

So tricky.

Is INTO THE WILD similar to INTO THIN AIR - which was great.

Riggstad said...

In to the wild is a must read... it was his first book about a kid from atlanta who gave up all of his possesions and traveled to Alaska by foot via the southwestern part of the states..

He ended up in Alaska and, well, read the book... or watch the movie, which is coming out this fall, or maybe christmas time... Sean Penn directs and its suppose to be a very exact script to the original book.

pokerDegen / michaelWrites said...

Movie is already out... was surprisingly well done...