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crunchpatty
crunchpatty
Old Shoe

May-31-2007 00:47

(Do like me)

What's your favourite infomercial?



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Rich J. Mayo
Rich J. Mayo

Mar-12-2008 21:16

I have to go with Emerald. Green's the color of life, and not to mention the city of Oz.

Your favorite personal board game moment?

Cordelia Falco
Cordelia Falco
Battered Shoe

Jul-25-2008 13:17

*has been wondering what the difference is between a personal board game and any other sort but decides to ignore that*

Any time when I manage to beat my mother at Scrabble.

Favourite Sleuth message board game?

GraceAnn
GraceAnn
Well-Connected

Jul-25-2008 18:38

Three tie: This or That, Word by Word, and Word Chain.

Favorite book? (with the author)

Razamatazz
Razamatazz

Jul-27-2008 12:49

Misery by Stephen King...I love that freaky guy!

What's your favorite food at a cook- out?

Cordelia Falco
Cordelia Falco
Battered Shoe

Jan-2-2009 06:14

I'm in the mood for resuscitating old threads, so I'm going to assume a cook-out is the same as a barbeque and go for burgers. With ketchup.

What's your favourite film of 2008?

Violet Parr
Violet Parr
Thespian

Jan-2-2009 12:02


I thoroughly enjoyed "The Other Boleyn Girl" and would recommend it to anyone. Natalie Portman was amazing in it.

So who would be your favourite English/British Monarch?

Cordelia Falco
Cordelia Falco
Battered Shoe

Jan-4-2009 12:51

Has to be Elizabeth I. I think she was probably the most intelligent person to ever sit on that throne. She was famous as a linguist and scholar when was growing up, but I also think it took a lot of brains just for her to survive long enough to become queen. And once she was there, she created a legendary image for herself, eluded all attempts to marry her off, and did her best to establish freedom of religion.

On a similar theme, who's your favourite US President?

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Jan-4-2009 14:37

If I were to say George W. Bush would you all throw shoes at me or something? ;-)

Without thinking about it too much I'm gonna go with Ronald Reagan, thats really the first President where I was old enough to understand what was going on in the country, I remember how it was during his term that the Iran Hostage Crisis was resolved.

Keeping with the same theme, favorite US First Lady?

Violet Parr
Violet Parr
Thespian

Jan-5-2009 00:25

Agreed with Cordelia about Elizabeth I.

Eleanor Roosevelt comes to mind straightaway (was toying with the idea of saying Hillary "I do really like her). She understood social conditions better than any of her predecessors back then, yet she transformed the role of First Lady accordingly. She was warm, friendly, charming and managed to break precedent and hold press conferences, travel to all parts of the country, give lectures and radio broadcasts, and express her opinions candidly in a daily syndicated newspaper column. With such a remarkable husband, she managed not to live in his shadows.

Changing the theme... favourite Disney Villain?


Secret_Squirrel
Secret_Squirrel
Safety Officer

Jan-6-2009 19:09

I spose I can't say Walt, so...

for sheer contrast between good and evil, and a steady build up of evil over the course I'd go for Maleficent.

otherwise for wacky evil I always kinda liked Cruella DeVil.

Favourite Sleuth hand/arm slot item eg bloodhound, portable bar etc

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