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[Oct. 11th, 2007|07:26 am]
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Comment on this post and I will then pick seven of your interests on your LJ profile. Then, post the answers on your journal.

jchammonds picked these:

1) anti-gravity devices
I am hoping to find one to use on various and sundry parts of my body. You can probably guess which ones. Think anything that could have at one time been described as "perky".

2) celtic fusion
I listen to a lot of this. Click here for one of my fave songs. It's a good one to clean house to.

3) celtic oracle
This is a set of cards that I know how to read. I originally bought them because I was going to tell fortunes for a party. It was Tuesday, the party was Saturday, I was going to buy a Tarot deck but then found this one, which only has 26 cards, and I figured I'd have a better chance of learning them all by the party. They are really beat up, and out of print, which made me sad, and then my husband found me a new deck, which made me happy.

4) dragons
I've always liked dragons, even before they became cool. In college, I discovered the Pern series and was completely hooked. At one time, I had a very awesome book called The Flight of Dragons, but it got ruined in a move. Which is a shame because it is apparently now worth a pretty penny.

5) joss whedon
Is my hero. The nerdy girl's perfect man. No one can make you laugh and cry at the same time the way he can.

6) ogham
An ancient type of runic writing - it's the basic of the celtic oracle cards I read. 

7) x-ray vision
Does this really need an explanation? The real question is, why isn't it on your list?
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[User Picture]From: jchammonds
2007-10-11 02:26 pm (UTC)
#7 - LOL! Because there are some things that are better left to the imagination, or not thought of at all!

I've learned - I didn't know anything about Celtic Fusion or Oracle or Ogham! I still had to look up Joss Whedon. Having never really watched any of the shows he writes/has written, I had no clue who he was.

Okay, pick seven of mine!
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[User Picture]From: spinthemoon
2007-10-11 10:40 pm (UTC)
Oh, you definitely need to watch some Joss stuff. I recommend Firefly.

Your seven, should you choose to accept them, are:
1) 80's cartoons
2) agnosticism
3) equality
4) crafts
5) water
6) retail therapy
7) books
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[User Picture]From: jchammonds
2007-10-12 04:41 am (UTC)
Scott watched Firefly. Didn't it begin as a movie? I may be mixing some shows up. It sounds like you and my hubby could enjoy watching SciFi together!

Of course I accepted them! Here: http://jchammonds.livejournal.com/299369.html

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[User Picture]From: quaero_verum
2007-10-11 02:49 pm (UTC)
Yo! :-)

That celtic fusion thing.....yes!
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[User Picture]From: spinthemoon
2007-10-11 10:43 pm (UTC)
Here you go!
1) aristotle
2) oregon ducks
3) writing
4) cooper mountain
5) celtic christianity
6) paper crafts
7) the meaning of life

(I had a hard time limiting it to seven!)
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