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12 January 2004 @ 02:57 pm
mememememe  
Borrowed from drivingblind.

Suggest to me:

1. A movie.
2. A book.
3. A musical artist, song, or album.
4. An LJ user not on my friends list.
5. Something to do in the next two months.
 
 
 
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Patch: perfectchamois_shimi on January 13th, 2004 12:11 am (UTC)
Ditto on Someplace To Be Flying!!
S. L. Grayshadowhwk on January 12th, 2004 05:40 pm (UTC)
1. Big Fish. Already recommended this, but I'm doing it again.
2. Another um. We don't read much in the same genres. Playing by the Rules by Beverly Bird was really good, though.
3. Norah Jones
4. foliageofluna
5. Finish TB and write HoC. Okay, part of HoC? :)
gianettagianetta on January 12th, 2004 06:54 pm (UTC)
Movie: Heathers
Book: Tale of Two Cities
Music: bellamorte.com (This is a local goth band. Check out their version of the love song from Titanic - it's on their site at the bottom of the "releases" page.
LJ: I can't think of anyone you don't know.
Something to do: Clean out your closet and take clothes to Goodwill/SA
Patch: coldchamois_shimi on January 13th, 2004 12:13 am (UTC)
Tale of Two Cities is surprisingly good. I resisted reading it until my little sister did, then I had to do it just to show her what was what, or something like that. I think it was in '93. ;)
Patch: quietchamois_shimi on January 13th, 2004 12:10 am (UTC)
1. Rigoletto http://www.familytv.com/title_ado.asp?SID=199914217550&PID=230 (It's a "Feature Films for Families" movie and as such, it's... well... it's a family movie. ;) FFF is sorta fringe-ish, but they have good intentions. 98 minutes, heavily fairy-talelike in my opinion, but it's supposed to suport good values, yadda yadda. I first saw it in college and I still like it.)
2. Snow in August by Pete Hamill. (I have the feeling you'll "get" it better than the amazon.com reviewers- approach it like historical fantasy, instead of a Steinbeck-clone. Sheesh. Unimaginative people out there.)
3. Steeleye Span - "Let Her Go Down" and "Black Freighter" (pop-folk, sailing theme)
4. althaea and/or althaea_salon
5. Go to Denver for GhengisCon over President's Day weekend! And, uh, barring that... draw your cats. ;)
Amberleyamberley on January 13th, 2004 02:20 am (UTC)
Five Fickle Fingers of Fate
1. The Specials, a day in the life of the world's sixth (or seventh) best team of superheroes. Available on DVD.
2. From a Buick 8 by Stephen King, which, perhaps surprisingly, has no words that don't need to be there.
3. Thea Gilmore, Rules for Jokers, although Avalanche would serve as well. No, definitely RfJ, since it includes "This Girl."
4. You know jonsinger don't you? Food, teapots, lasers, and 101 interests.
5. Write another book! (I would suggest flying to London to see the play of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials, but then your arms would be too tired to type.)
Rosamundrosamund on January 13th, 2004 06:05 am (UTC)
1) Beautiful Thing
2) The Fountain Overflows by Rebecca West
3) Evanescence
4) eisdamme
5) Write a story incorporating a goat, a violin and the colour puce ;)

There's always a goat
Mmimerki on January 13th, 2004 07:10 am (UTC)
1. The Saint (Val Kilmer), but I'm not much on movies
2. Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny
3. Ponzi Scheme by Firewater
4. m'self? Or, if I don't count, makinglight?
5. Spend time with some "Learn a foreign language" tapes for the language of your choice
Alix (Tersa)tersa on January 13th, 2004 07:28 am (UTC)
1. The Boondock Saints
2. Glenraven by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Holly Lisle
3. Popgun (opened for Ghost in the Robot in Sacramento)
4. kathlaw (she's a published screenwriter and author)
5. Lose your fast ass! Ahem, sorry, it just popped into my head. :)

Evil Headdrivingblind on January 13th, 2004 07:47 am (UTC)
1. North by Northwest, the perfect Hitchcock film
2. Mister Monday, Garth Nix
3. Plink (duh)
4. raincaption
5. Figure out what makes werewolves cry
Alix (Tersa): Garoutersa on January 13th, 2004 03:19 pm (UTC)
Having the fate of the world resting on your shoulders makes this werewolf cry. :)
Tayefethtayefeth on January 13th, 2004 09:48 am (UTC)
1. Antonia's Line
2. Um... Had Enough?, by James Carville, but only if politics won't make your head explode.
3. The Canadian Brass
4. tahnan
5. Write! (You didn't say it had to be something you weren't already planning to do...)
ever so pluckyaelfsciene on January 13th, 2004 10:16 am (UTC)
I don't do memes
But this one is actually interesting. 0.0

1. Six-String Samurai
2. I Heard the Owl Call My Name, by Margaret Craven, which I found surprisingly moving
3. Buried Things, by Folk Underground
4. mister_sunshine, for wacky art
5. make a road-trip somewhere
Jannejanne on January 13th, 2004 11:26 am (UTC)
1. Metropolis
2. City of the bees
3. Kurt Nilsen
4. Foxtrot_feed
5. With your ample free time between work and writing and drawing and whatnot... uhm. Practice calligraphy, that's two out of three =)
Learethlearethak on January 14th, 2004 02:08 pm (UTC)
1. Wisdom of the Crocodiles also called "The immortal in US domestic release.
2. The Golden Transcendence by John C. Wright. Ummm... social theory cleverly disguised as space opera?
3. Gaelic Storm rollicking irish band, which were coincidently the belowdecks band in Titanic.
4.crimmycat Cause she's a sweetie and remembers people birthdays.
5. Go to the next LiveJournal Meetup... or bake chocolate cake, only using the best ingrediants possible.