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The scent of magic, the beauty that's been,
when love was wilder than the wind.
("Listen to Your Heart" - Roxette)

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What I Like...

This must be my all-time favorite movie, because whenever I am worn down and depressed or just want to relax, this is what I put in the vcr. I first saw it at the theater with a friend of mine. The funniest part of that viewing was when an O.R.U.S. first appeared. A lady in the audience protested loudly, "My brother does not look like that!" A few minutes later, when we had a better view of the rodent, the same lady gasped, and exclaimed, "Oh my God, it does look like him." The whole audience convulsed in laughter. I don't think I had ever laughed so hard in my life.

The Muppet Movie is my second favorite movie. I guess I'm still a kid at heart. I love all songs in it.
"There's not a word yet, for old friends who just met..."

If I had to choose a favorite animal, it would be the Maine Coon cat. Every one I've ever had, has chosen me. They are the largest, most affectionate and intelligent cats I have ever had. They would supervise any repairman who visited, and if someone came by that made me nervous, they would stay by my side and watch them. If the person who made me nervous, seemed nervous about cats, they would immediately start to rub themselves against the person legs, until that person would practically run from our doorstep.

My favorite artist is most definitely
M. C. Escher.

I love pictures from space. One day I am going to get a print of the Eagle star cluster from the Hubble telescope, and put it up in my house. Another favorite picture is an infrared picture of the Sun, behind a rock formation, with the star-like silhouette of a joyous human in front.

I grew up around computers and I love them. I can program in four different computer languages. I go into withdrawl if I can't get my hands on one for a long time. I have used Apples, PCs, VAXs, etc. What I really want is a Cray supercomputer =D

Outwitted
He drew a circle that shut me out.
A heretic, a rebel, a thing to flout,
But Love and I had the wit to win--
We drew a circle that took him in.

My Favorite Poet: Edwin Markham





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