Thursday, May 25, 2006

Thursday Thoughts

Welcome to Thursday Thoughts. Every Thursday I post five questions for you to answer in the comments. It's fun, so tell all your friends about it!

1. What is the best concert you've ever seen?

2. What was the last movie you rented?

3. What kind of car do you drive?

4. What is your favorite TV show of all time?

5. How many people were in your high school graduating class?


Meredith said...

1. I sat 10th row in Gund Arena in Cleveland for Garth Brooks. It was electric! He barely played the first four notes of "Friends in Low Places" and the crowd went crazy.

2. Bridget Jones's Diary: Edge of Reason

3. 2004 Honda Element

4. The Wonder Years

5. 52

Shelley said...

1. Trans Siberian Orchestra
2. Fun with Dick and Jane.
3. Jeep TJ
4. American Dreams
5. ?? Lots

jeff said...

ooh...good ones.

1. dead can dance at royce hall in ucla. amazing accoustics and the stage was littered with hundreds of instruments, all of which were played at some point.

2. capote. dark, depressing and very well acted.

3. nissan xterra or, if i'm a lucky husband, i get to drive the mini.

4. that's a tough one. all time? well, there's some shows on now that might qualify, but i was NUTS about watching faulty towers when i was younger.

5. somewhere in the neighborhood of 300...i don't remember much from back then.

Dave said...

1. Hmm...not sure I have one favorite. As a spectator, I got to see Third Day do an acoustic concert, which was pretty cool. One of the most unique was sitting outside a tennis stadium at Hilton Head listening to Earth, Wind, and Fire.

2. Bridget Jones's Diary: Edge of Reason - What a coincidence!

3. Toyota Prius

4. Tough one. I'll go with Mystery Science Theater 3000, I guess.

5. 208

Flo said...

Okay, I'll play.

1) Jimmy Buffet

2) Shrek

3) Ford Escape

4) Seinfeld

5) No clue but lots.

Anonymous said...

1. Van Halen
2. Dr. Zhivago
3. BMW 7 Series
4. Arrested Development
5. 1200+

Michelle said...

1. probably U2 at OSU stadium, and technically, I didn't "see" it, because we sat in the field outside.
2. I don't even remember, it's been so long. (we do have quite a collection at home, though, so it's not like I never watch any.)
3. Toyota Corolla (i know, boring, but reliable.)
4. Hey, Meredith, me, too (it's hard to pick, but The Wonder Years was the first one that came to mind before I read your answers, so that's probably most accurate.)
5. 550-ish

(p.s. Dave--I tried to see Third Day when they were in Atlanta last month, but they sold out really fast, and I never could win tickets on the radio!)