It’s been quite a while since I went on a long trip. The last out-of-state trip I took was last summer’s family trip to Vegas, but the last multi-state trip I was on was nearly a decade ago. Vegas is a decent hop from Southern California, but I’ve been thinking a longer trip would be fun. I’ve yet to really experience the east coast of this country, so that would be a trip I’d like to plan out and go on for a long vacation. How do I get there?

It would be a super long drive and perhaps an RV rental would be fun, but I’d likely be taking a solo trip, so a train trip or flight is what I’m thinking. I don’t mind flying, but I’ve never been on a cross-country train ride. That’s what I’d rather travel in for a long trip. What about you?


Would you rather drive across the country in an RV or go by train?

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If you could choose only two movies to watch ever again, what would they be?
This is a really tough question. I love quite a few movies. Only two? Alright…Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn and Much Ado About Nothing

What have you found to be the best way to relieve tension?
Relaxing with a good book.

If you went to a beach and it turned out to be a nude beach, would you stay and go swimming? Would you swim nude?
I don’t normally swim at beaches, so I might stay, but not swim.

I was just thinking that if I had to list out things I would like to learn, it might look like the following. In no particular order, here are…

10 things I’d like to learn

1. To pilot a real airplane
2. To play guitar
3. To play piano
4. Japanese
5. Chinese
6. (Fluent) Perl
7. To draw
8. Sign language
9. Who’s a great match for me
10. If Earth is being visited…and by whom…

The Saturday Special:

~My Favorite DVD Movie Is~

  1. In Drama? Stand By Me. The believability of the characters is what I remember (I was around the same age as the characters at the time.)
  2. In Comedy? Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. I saw this at a pre-release screening. I wore out that VHS tape from playing it so much. Allllllllrighty then!
  3. In Mystery/Suspense? Seven. I’m almost afraid to mention it.
  4. In Action/Adventure? The Matrix. It’s going to take a lot to topple this movie off the top of my must-have DVDs list.