Tuesday, March 07, 2006

four things...

4 jobs i've held (no particular order):

1. Resident Leader (an RA at other schools)
2. Bookstore Assistant Manager
3. Camp Director
4. Data Input Peon for a Economic Research Group...snoozer, I know.

4 movies i can watch over and over :

1. Braveheart
2. To End All Wars
3. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
4. Goonies

4 places i've lived :

1. Nashville, TN
2. Louisville, KY
3. Brentwood, TN
4. various small towns in Tennessee for one to two weeks each for four summers...

4 places i've been on vacation:

1. Scotland
2. Alaska
3. Arizona/New Mexico
4. Myrtle Beach

4 favorite dishes :

1. Haggis
2. Gyros
3. Sushi
4. Fajita Nachos com Pollo (L'ville Mexican!)

4 websites I visit (almost) daily:

1. drudgereport.com
2. blogger.com
3. homestarrunner.com
4. ecampus.sbts.edu

4 places I'd rather be right now:

1. Scotland
2. New York City
3. England
4. the West Coast



Anonymous said...

Mmmm... Scotland.

What's up, Mike? How's Boyce?

Casey said...

you know, almost NONE of the food that y'all enjoy at Mexican resteraunts in the states is here in Mexico and if it is, well, it's very different. Man, would I love some of that blanco queso dip stuff! Guess I'll just have to settle for tacos al pastor. (although, it's yummy, I'm not quite sure what I'm eating!) oh, and it should be con pollo :) I guess I only know that b/c I'm constantly surrounded by people speaking spanish, for instance right now.

mike said...

Yeah...authentic Mexican is nothing like we have up here...nor is anything close to the border like anything we have here--New Mexico has great food...yummmm....

Sory about the bad Spanish gramor. I no enuff to get me in trubble most times...rarely can I spell it rite in Spanish. Come to tink of it, I cannt spel rite in Englich

Casey said...

Spanglish is my new way of speaking these days...it's quite amusing. I also got witnessed to the other day over my intercom by a jehovah's witness in spanish, which of course ended up being in spanglish. i just kept sayings "JesuCristo es todo" (Jesus Christ is everything)

mike said...

hehe...Spanglish is a great thing.