It’s been a while since I’ve done this, so…

1. Link to the person who tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog.
3. Write six random things about yourself.
4. Tag six people at the end of your post and link to them.
5. Let each person know they’ve been tagged and leave a comment on their blog.
6. Let the tagger know when your entry is up.

1. Tagged by Aspasia and Lia.
2. Above.


  • I’m not as gadget-friendly/technologically-advanced as people might think.
  • I have actually started drinking coffee, contrary to this post.
  • The massive pile of unanswered emails is now a daily guilt-trip.
  • I’ve learned to text and am just as quickly learning to dislike it. It’s actually making me appreciate an actual phone conversation more.
  • Freedom ain’t free.
  • I fear ridiculous things and am fearless where normal people won’t tread.
  • 4. Too tired to pass it on. Sorry. I’m not playing tag very well today.
    5. n/a
    6. yes

    16 thoughts on “tagged again

    1. Yay! Tagging is fun! So glad you are going to be on CNBC! I’ve already programmed my TIVO.

    2. Amanda,
      I guess I’m the last to know!!
      When are you on CNBC? Is it to sell Book 2?
      I wanna watch for it. Exciting.!


    3. Amanda,

      We all have our fears. You’d be surprised how many people have fears they think are ridiculous – clowns come to mind as a good example. Of course, there is also a big market for clown porn (or so I hear). Go figure.

      You know you are a true coffee addict when the baristas all over town make your favorite drink as soon as they see you walk in.

      I have way too many jobs to be this poor:)

      I’m still waiting for leisure suits to make a comeback.

      Ho-Hos are nature’s most perfect food.

      Tonight I’m going to tie little baskets all over my clothes and go to the Halloween party as a basket case.

      Take care,


    4. Bob,

      I announced it on Twitter, but haven’t publicized it quite yet. It does not air until 11/11 so I have a little time. That and I’m trying to get the book’s site in better order. It’s been sitting stale for the last 6 months. Yikes!


      Of course — start your own tag game. It’s free!


      I judge my fears as ridiculous simply because I don’t fear a lot of things most people do, and then freak out over really stupid things.

      Thanks for your list of things.

      Ho-hos? I wouldn’t accuse nature of producing those. I’m a Ding-Dong fan myself, though.


    5. Ding-dongs vs. Ho-Hos. That is one of the great battles of all time. I’ll just have to sample a few more before I decide:)

    6. What, no Twinkie lovers out there?

      Chocolate beats vanilla cake every time!


      PS: Part of my love for Ding-Dongs is the shiny silver foil wrapper. I also like the hockey-puck shape for some unidentified reason.

    7. Amanda, it was nice meeting you and having dinner with you Wednesday nite in LV. It was a crazy nite and I’ll never forget it. Thanks for the hug 🙂 And by the way, I love reading your blogs!


    8. I use to love Twinkies as a kid, but not anymore, same for Ding Dongs. I have a fear of clowns, the doll ones and the ones at the circus! :O

      Since we are talking about food favorites, I have a strong affinity for Marble Slab lately, the the ice creamery.

    9. Rich,

      So your taste has improved! Yes, a fan of Marble Slab or pretty much any ice cream joint, actually. And have discovered a cupcake store fairly close to me.


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