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Old 03-21-2005, 01:58 PM   #31
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If you could ask President Bush one question what would it be?
Will you please retire?

Actually I'd ask;

Where does he define his separation of church and state? I'd really like to see how he defends some of his moves and still upholds the constitution.

I think most other conversations would just leave my blood boiling.
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So now it's this cross between a Ryan Adams/Damien Rice/U2 thing.

I'd say it's actually more Eddie Vedder and a little less U2. But maybe that's just because it's acoustic, but you know I love it regardless.
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What is your favorite way to relax after a stressful day at work?
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What is your favorite way to relax after a stressful day at work?
A glass of red wine, a good album, and some paint, or red wine and a guitar. Depends on my mood.
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How tall are you?

What do you like most/least about Chicago? I've never been there- have no idea what it's like, other than it's windy

Have you ever been anywhere in the Northeast?
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How tall are you?
5'-9"

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What do you like most/least about Chicago? I've never been there- have no idea what it's like, other than it's windy
Brilliant city. There's this friendly type of competition with New York as to which one is truly the last of the great cities. And as much as I love New York, I'd have a hard time picturing myself living there. I'd pick Chicago any day of the week. It has everything you can ask for the theater, great museums, awesome architecture, good music, restaurants, people from all walks of life, we're not so great in sports these days yet they have very loyal fans, a great beach with the added bonus of fresh water rather than salt, etc etc.

The only thing I can say that I don't like about it, is that my friends and family aren't here. If I could somehow transplant them, I'd never leave.

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Have you ever been anywhere in the Northeast?
Yes but only for short stints, either family vacations or for work. I did a road trip up there many a years ago Texas to Maryland, I still think driving through Virginia is one of the most beautiful drives.
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Im 5 '9 too, or 5' 9 1/2", it's been a long time since I checked, not that you asked

Why do most of my questions to you sound like something from eHarmony? Do you like long walks on the beach...

OK, who is your favorite artist? What is your favorite work of art?
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Have you been to my favorite town in Texas, Marfa?
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OK, who is your favorite artist? What is your favorite work of art? [/B][/QUOTE]

Oh that's hard. It's very much like music it will change with mood.

I've been really getting in a Picasso(especially blue period) mood recently, before I never really cared for him. I really dig Dali.

My favorite right now are Van Gogh's self portraits. Something about a man who cuts off his own ear and mails it to the woman he loves really speaks to me. His museum in Amsterdam is amazing.
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Have you been to my favorite town in Texas, Marfa?
You know I've always wanted to. A professor when I was in school would take his class and do a project there every semester. They would all stay for a three day weekend. I've heard it's an interesting little town, I always wanted that professor but there were always scheduling problems. The problem was he only offered 8am classes.
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Well, next time you're visiting Texas you should make it a point to go and see Donald Judd's work. Not that I'm a big fan, but it's something every artist should see. I guess. You can even go to the house where he lived, where nothing has been touched since he died (literally, nothing moved--I think it was in his will or something than nothing be moved), and see his library and the fact that he had a bed in every room, etc. Then there are the spooky Marfa Mystery Lights which I've seen. It's a cool town. Kinda like Mayberry on acid. My work requires frequent visits, believe it or not.
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what's your favorite color?

what's your favorite flower?

who do you think is the hottest Desperate Housewife, if you even watch that show

Jenna or Barbara? (and you can't answer neither)

I'm profiling you for my dating service
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I've been really getting in a Picasso(especially blue period) mood recently, before I never really cared for him. I really dig Dali.

My favorite right now are Van Gogh's self portraits. Something about a man who cuts off his own ear and mails it to the woman he loves really speaks to me. His museum in Amsterdam is amazing.
I fell in love with both Picasso and Van Gogh years ago when I was backpacking through Europe. I was so moved by the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam that I ended up buying a book of letters between him and his brother Theo and read it on the trains. The Picasso museums in Paris and ... now I forget whether it's Barcelona or Madrid or both...are incredible, too. I had never been that interested in art before but something about being in Europe, it's just everywhere and you can't help but absorb it.
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I had never been that interested in art before but something about being in Europe, it's just everywhere and you can't help but absorb it.
It's true I went backpacking with two friends of mine after graduation. None of which had any appreciation for art. One's idea of art were the blacklight posters he had hanging in his room and the other well she just had sorority shit on her walls. But after a little coaxing from me they joined me to a few museums and they actually came back with more prints than I did.
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what's your favorite color?
I've been accused of going through a green period as of late which I didn't even consiously realize until my brother pointed it out to me(I just surpised him with a 4'x6' painting for his birthday)

Ironically I'm somewhat colorblind.

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what's your favorite flower?
Tulip
I was asked that just recently and I was told my answer was very sexual.

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who do you think is the hottest Desperate Housewife, if you even watch that show
I've never watched it but I've always thought Ms. Hatcher was hot. But recently I found out Eva's a Texas girl, born in the same city as myself, and she went to my alumni.

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Jenna or Barbara? (and you can't answer neither)
Neither but I heard Chelsey had a big night on the town the other night, sounds like she's trying to catch up with them.
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