Thursday, December 14, 2006

Thursday Thoughts--The New Edition

The remix version of Thursday Thoughts went so well last week, I think I might make it a permanent fixture. So again today, I'll ask one question and then the next person to comment answers it and then asks their own question. The second person to comment will answer the first commenter's question and then ask a question of his/her own. Pretty simple.

Let's get started.

What is your favorite quote from a movie?

10 comments:

Jason the Barbarian said...

The all-time greatest quote from a movie is, of course (you all already know this), from "Conan the Barbarian," when Arnold Schwarzenegger answers the eternal question "what is best in life?" He replies: "To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women."

What are your top three favorite albums?
Mine are (in order):
1. AC/DC - "Back in Black"
2. Metallica - "Master of Puppets"
3. Black Sabbath - "Paranoid"

The Dimpled Chad said...

1. Dokken - "Back For The Attack"
2. Van Halen - "5150"
3. Def Leppard - "High N' Dry"

If you could go back in time and relive and decade during your lifetime or before you lifetime, when would it be? You can two because I would say during the Civil War and the 1950s.

The Dimpled Chad said...

Holy crap... that was some bad Engrish!

If you could go back in time and relive any decade during your lifetime or before your lifetime, when would it be? You can choose two because I would say during the Civil War (two years before and then two years after) and the 1950s.

Jason the Grammar Policeman said...

Crikey, dude, I thought you were having a stroke or something when you wrote that!!! That is the worst grammar I've seen in a long time and I work with a lot of people for whom English is a second language!!!
"Engrish"??!??!?!

But despite all that, that is a great question, and I don't think I've ever thought about that. Wow, maybe WW2 (that supposedly was the greatest American generation, too), or the late 60s/early 70s. I could close out the 60s by having unlimited sex during the "flower power/hippie era" and then start off the 70s by seeing bands like Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin and hell, even the Rolling Stones and the Who, when they were all in their prime!

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Anonymous said...

testing testing

Meredith said...

Since Jason didn't ask a question...

What is one New Year's resolution (or goal) that you actually kept for 2006?

Michelle said...

out of 4, I'd say I did pretty well with 3 (improve my cooking skills, be more deliberate about reading my Bible and praying, and don't start any new big projects until I finish the unfinished ones), and about 50-50 with the 4th (control my temper better).

Do you have any new year's resolutions for 2007, and if you care to share, what are they?

jeff said...

i'm not much of a resolution guy, but i do have some goals for 2007. first is to train for and complete the florida ironman. second is to become foster liscensed and adoption certified.

my question is "how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie roll tootsie pop?"...erm...wait...

how about "what is the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow?" um...no...that's not it...

here we go, "when it comes to disciplining a child, do you belive in spanking?"