Monday, October 23, 2006

Monday madness

After a two-week break because of craziness in real life, I'm finally going to do the Monday Madness this week!

1. From cassie: Dramas or comedies?
Pretty broad question. If I had to choose just one, I'd say dramas, but I prefer my comedies with a hint of drama, and vice versa.

2. From nutmegnine: Your neighbor has frequent noisy parties on nights before you need to get up early. Do you confront him directly, call the police, call your landlord, join in the debauchery, or seethe quietly and do nothing?
Confront him directly, but in a non-confrontational way!

3. From sherle: Are you more comfortable in big crowds or small groups?
Depends. If I know the people in the small group, I'm fine. But if it's a group of people I don't know, I'd say a big crowd - the largest group of people I've ever talked to was about three thousand, so speaking to crowds doesn't really phase me!

4. From zeno: Do you prefer Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox?
Firefox all the way; I've got the button on my sidebar to prove it!

5. From briar: They say you learn something new every day. What new thing did you learn today?
I learned lots of new things today, but most of them were about people I know, which I'm not going to repeat here. One thing I did just find out was that Botswana has had the highest growth in income per capita over the last fifty years or so of any country in the world, which I thought was pretty interesting...


celebrating life and family said...

I've been learning a lot of new things reading everyone's #5 today. Guess we can all learn from each other:) Have a great day!

Ghost said...

You're a braver sort than I. I'd freeze up so badly if I had to speak before any sized group of people. ;)

Have a Happy!

Anonymous said...

Firefox - yay! :)

I have no problem speaking to large crowds either. I've acted on stage, given tons of presentations, and I teach group fitness, so I'm pretty comfortable in front of large crowds.

Have a good week. :)

Anonymous said...

Happy Monday Madness! Just read your PowerPoint post below. I'd like to apologize publicly for the thousands of PowerPoint presentations I'm personally responsible for, as I worked for a year in a PowerPoint "mill." It was good money, but a terrible thing to do to the world!