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    What is your favorite cereal? Milk or no milk?
    What books are you reading right now?
    Who is your favorite historic (pre-20th Century) person?
    1.  I dunno.  Grape-nuts are good.  Love granola (mixed with peanut butter, maple syrup, and sesame seeds).
    2.  Still (still, still, still) William Gibson's Count Zero, interspersed wit The Notebooks of Raymond Chandler, Selected Letters of Raymond Chandler/, and Raymond Chandler Speaking, interspersed with some James Baldwin.
    3.  I never know the answer to these things.  My standard dinner companions in that old question were DaVinci, Shakespeare, and Einstein (because I feel their minds are keenly related).  Pre-20th century I'd substitute Galileo for Einstein.  And maybe throw in Richard Burbage, because he got to play all those incredible roles first.

    I'm very sad I won't be flitting in here any more to hover around, but I thank you mightily for these posts, Flojita.

    I'm with Monsieur Georges.  End of an era.

    But have a wonderful time with your (relative) freedom.  FSM knows you've earned it.

    I must go find some zin to weep in now.

    Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. -- Albert Einstein

    by Yasuragi on Fri Mar 07, 2014 at 06:45:50 AM PST

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