Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,
To see my answers to the first three parts of The Spanish Inquisition, click HERE, and HERE, and HERE. I can't believe some bloggers answer all fifty of these questions in one post. My attention span is not that . . . what? Whatever. Let's get on with it.
19. Loud music or soft?
20. Where do you go when you are sad?
I find Franklin or Willy Dunne Wooters, and I put out my arms and HUG. Sometimes I call or email a friend. So I guess the answer is that I go wherever I need to be in my house to do that stuff.
21. How long does it take you to shower?
Not nearly as long as The Wooters Man. Probably fifteen minutes, including make-up.
22. How long does it take you to get ready in the morning?
I don't understand the question. What is "morning"?
23. Ever been in a physical fight?
Beaten up? Yeah. Fought back? Once.
Would kill for my children.
24. Turn on?
The Wooters Man
Beautiful music and works of art
Laughing with friends
Noise and/or bright lights
Well, all righty then. We're halfway done. I wonder how long I can stretch this out. If I'd done one question/day, then fifty days.
Last week on Thursday I posted a video of In The Mood, which you can see HERE. The video led to some discussion of big band music. I remembered that "the guy" from The Stray Cats had started an orchestra. The Silver Fox from The Lair of the Silver Fox (C'mon, where else would he be from? Oh my god I just ended a sentence with a preposition) reminded me that the guy is Brian Setzer. He added that Brian Setzer has almost as many tats as Favorite Young Man.
Now that I've seen Brian Setzer's arms, I suspect he may be FYM's tattoo equal.
I want to finish today's post with The Brian Setzer Orchestra because if this music doesn't get your week off to a good start, then I don't know what will.
Infinities of love,