Thursday, May 18, 2006

Thursday Thoughts

Welcome to the first Thursday Thoughts. Starting today and continuing every Thursday I will be posting questions for you to answer in the comments. I, too, will answer the questions. So tell all your friends about it, stop lurking (hey Manoj that means you!), and join in on the fun.

1. What was the best song you heard on your commute today?

2. Are you going to see the DaVinci Code this weekend? Did you read the book?

3. What is the coldest place you've ever visited? Hottest?

4. What was the first name of the first person you kissed?

5. Have you ever won a competition of some kind? If so, what?

8 comments:

Meredith said...

1. What was the best song you heard on your commute today?
Rock Your Body, by Justin Timberlake

2. Are you going to see the DaVinci Code this weekend? Did you read the book?
No I will not be seeing the movie this weekend, because I haven't read the book.

3. What is the coldest place you've ever visited? Hottest?
The coldest place had to be Blue Mountain ski resort in Ontario, Canada. The hottest place was Hilton Head Island in July when everyday was above 100 degree.

4. What was the first name of the first person you kissed?
Eric

5. Have you ever won a competition of some kind? If so, what?
I won a state championship (Ohio)on floor exercise (gymnastics).

Dave said...

1. "Three Little Pigs", by Green Jelly

(I was listening to ESPN radio and they played it on a return from commercial - it was the only song I heard on my commute today)

2. Haven't read the book, so I doubt I'll see the movie. I usually like to read the book first.

3. Coldest - When I visited Northwestern during my HS senior year, there was a -70 wind chill.
Hottest - Maybe Hilton Head. I also remember a trip to my Grandma's house in Kansas that was 100+.

4. Depends on your definition. Probably Patricia, if we're being literal. :)

5. I was on a regional champion Science Olympiad team in middle school. Not sure what my last individual title was.

Shelley said...

1. Had a bad day
2.No
3.(Coldest) Sudbury, ONT Canada, (hottest) St. Croix, USVI or here at home where it's been known to hit over 100
4.Steven
5.No

jessie_tri_mn said...

1. Listened to podcasts, phedipidations today.

2. Not this weekend, but I did read the book

3. Cold: International Falls Minnesota in the Middle of January.
Hot: Phonenix in July.

4. Paul

5. Just some student paper competitions in grad school, although I wish I could say "some local triathlon" instead ;)

Noj said...

Okay, you win, I'll post a comment...
1. Flipside
2. Yes I read the book and I plan on watching it Friday night.
3. Jipmer India. My father took me to the medical college and we saw all the bodies in the fridge. It was cold in that fridge. Hotesst place. Jipmer India, we stepped outside and it was about 110.
4. mmm, don't rememember.
5. best looking Indian at ANF Distribution Center.

jeff said...

1. yin and yang the flowerpot man
2. probably not, we've got too much going on to go the movies anymore - maybe wait for rental
3. bodie, it was in the negative teens. furnace creek in july, 120's.
4. rosemary
5. i took first place at our school's 'history bowl' when i was in eight grade.

jeff said...

1. yin and yang the flowerpot man
2. probably not, we've got too much going on to go the movies anymore - maybe wait for rental
3. bodie, it was in the negative teens. furnace creek in july, 120's.
4. rosemary
5. i took first place at our school's 'history bowl' when i was in eight grade.

Michelle said...

1. Jars of Clay covering "All I Want is You"

2. No. No.

3. Cold--I don't really remember the coldest place (I don't like cold weather, so I probably tried to repress it :-) Hottest--My grandparents farm in southwest Ohio in mid-August. It was about 105 degrees.

4. Bobby

5. I won 2nd and 3rd place ribbons at a ballroom dance competition at OSU.