Tuesday, November 04, 2008

TMI Tuesday #159

First names and approximate age is fine too many of you aren't anonymous and too many of you wish to stay anonymous.

1. Have you ever had a moving violation? An auto accident? That was your fault? - So much to tell here! Moving violations--I refer you to the 7 tickets I racked up in the summer of 2006. Auto accidents--Four, that I can remember. Only one was my fault, and didn't happen until I was about 45 or so.
2. Have you ever voted? - I vote in almost every election. Without fail for the "major ones". I've missed a couple of school elections over the years. How old was your were you the first time you voted? - Eighteen years old.
3. Are you glad this election cycle is over? - I despise the rhetoric. I despise the lawn signs. I despise the radio hosts (though I'll listen--they are hilariously grasping for straws most of the time!). I despise the uninformed public (read that as ignorant). But I don't believe that this particular year was overly nasty, as some previous elections. The state races tend to be REALLY mean, but I didn't get that feeling this year.
4. Do you have guilty pleasure? What is it (or are they)? - Hmmm... Other than a bit of joy watching someone getting karma shoved back in their face, I don't think I do. Ooh--there's a great pleasure in knowing secrets. Hidden identities of OHNTers. Hidden liaisons. Hidden blogs. But I'm not sure if those would be considered "guilty". I don't have any sort of weird, kinky stuff that I'd call a guilty pleasure, if that's what you're looking for...
5. What is the most embarrassing thing you have done recently? - I don't embarrass very easily. I might blush, but I don't do anything that I'd consider embarrassing. Showing off my ass for HNT is about as bad as it gets, I think. Anyone know of anything else I should be embarrassed of?
Bonus: How much impact has the Wall Street and general economic wilt had on you? - A direct impact? Virtually none. One of the few benefits of being a musician. I have no savings, retirement, investments--nothing. I didn't lose a penny. As far as what could impact me, the same things that will affect all of us.

Stop by the TMI site to see who else joined in!
And GO VOTE!!!

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