December 30th, 2005

Thinking

Just another stupid meme.

(while reading travel adventures from my new favorite blogger tamisevens I saw this meme...)

10 Years Ago I was:
Wow, 1995, eh? I had graduated from Univ. of Colorado at Boulder; was working as a web site reviewer for eWorld; doing fetish model shows with UZI; lived with one of my favoritest gal pals in the whole world; went to NYC during one of their worst snowstorms and fell big time for a cute Brit boy that wasn't meant to be and then came back to a job offer in San Francisco with a start-up that I promptly accepted.

5 Years Ago I was:
In 2000, I was in yet another bad relationship with a drummer who pretty much used me for beer money and sex and like a dumbass I put up with it. I was also laid off from Excite.com after working there for 5 years which was the hardest thing to go through as the dotcom crash began and there wasn't much work around. But I was also living solo in a great pad in the heart of the Castro and I had a great group of pals that I still hang out with today.

1 Year Ago I was:
Well you could read all about 2004 here. But it's also when I discovered Livejournal (thanks Andy). I'd never been on it really, though I had been blogging probably since the beginning of the Internets -- we just never called it blogging yet. In fact, when I was working on my book Never Threaten To Eat Your Co-Workers: Best of Blogs (shameless plug) which was published last year, I had to explain what a blog was to everyone from my family members to my coworkers. Now look! Blogs are friggin everywhere! Because of Livejournal I've met a lot of my new friends and for that it's been priceless! Oh and I was working at Lucasfilm amongst the Wookiees and droids at Skywalker/Big Rock Ranch. w00t!

5 snacks I enjoy:
1. Nachos
2. Krispy Kreme ANYTHING
3. Strawberry Pocky
4. Homemade Chex Mix
5. Garlicky potato wedges

5 places I would run away to:
1. A cabin with a roaring fireplace in the forrest with a hot tub and my pup
2. London, Paris, anywhere outside the US since I've never used my passport. *gasp*

5 things I would do with 100 million dollars:
1. Pay off my parents/brother's house debts.
2. Buy a big place with a huge garden and lots of land outside of Portland or Seattle to have my pup and her new dog friends live with me.
3. TRAVEL... finally.
4. Try something new without worrying of having to get a job to pay for it -- start a magazine, self-publish my novel and many books to come, open my own gallery, make my own film.
5. Give money to the non-profits I believe in.


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