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Friday, May 21, 2004

Friday Fives

1. What are your favorite magazines, including the embarrassing ones? Harpers, Wired, Family Circle (Okay, I dig the recipe/meal planner thing, quit teasing.) When they were still being published I used to love Games, Spy and Omni magazine. I don't read as many magazines now - I read the internet instead.

2. What is the funniest thing you have ever said. Without blowing too much hubris, I am a pretty funny guy. I come from a pretty funny family. I can't pin point the funniest thing I have said, however the funniest things I say, I usually say them using a phony Kentucky Colonel accent, like my hero, Foghorn leghorn. A lot of the funny things I have said have been crafted while with the gang: Ed, Julie, Fun Shelly, Sage and the crew. So it is hard to take credit for the riff and the tangent that the group has set out on. But I think in the last week the riff that was the funniest bit of banter is our version of the poor English speaking weather man on the Spanish speaking channel. "Ewwww it is windy!" (You have to see the bit to really appreciate it.)

3. What is the best movie you have NEVER seen this year. Passion of the Christ? Miracle? Troy? Or a delightful imagined film based on the life of Willard Scott - entitled "How the Windbag Blows." Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Mike Meyers as everyone's favorite weatherman.

4. If you were a boardgame, which one would you be? Clue. I really want to live in that mansion. With all of those secret passageways and tunnels. And what a colorful and wacky group of friends. Good time, baby. Good times.

5. Tell us how to make your favorite sandwich. Roy's Toasted Cheese Sandwich Two pieces of sourdough bread - buttered on both sides. A few thin slices of red onion A few thin slices of tomato A few slices of a mixture of cheeses: sharp cheddar, Monterey jack, a strong Swiss or gouda. Combine and ensure there is cheese next to the bread and the veggies are surrounded by cheese. In a pre heated cast iron skillet on medium high heat, grill for two to three minutes on each side. Step Five - enjoy.