Today in My History

2000:  Bev, the Jet Setter
2001:  My Civic Duty
2002:  Around and Around and Around and Around
2003:  100 Things
2004: Cut and Paste
2005 Never Let a Dog Read

2006: The Rainbow Coalition
2007:  Baby Sykes Gets a Gift
2008: Death, Aging and Other Indignities
2009:  Krafty Cuzzins
2010:  The LGBZ Community
2011:  Sunday Stealing
2012: My Heart is Heavy
2013: Doing All We Can

2014: Stages of Grief
2015  We've Got a Golden Ticket
2016: Crazy Time
 The Unkindest Cut
Not Again
2019: Creaky Bones

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Books Read in 2020
 Updated 10/1
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The Philosophy of Juice & Crackers
The story of Delicate Pooh
The story of the Piñata Group
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November 8, 2020

Welcome to Sunday Stealing. This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent questions. (Past hosts include: Our first - Judd Corizan, Mr. L, Kwizgiver and Bud) Cheers to all of us thieves!



Stolen from Random Question generator




1. What’s something no one wants to hear but everyone should?
The way to cut down on COVID transmission is by wearing masks!

2. What’s the most annoying animal you’ve ever encountered?
We had a cat that was so annoying I set up a museum for her, of pictures of cats in uncomfortable situations, like mummified, wet, etc.  I posted the photos above the place where she ate her dinner.  She didn't notice.

3. How much does language affect our thinking?
I don't think of it as any different than language affecting our conversation.

4. Do you prefer to watch movies in the theater or in the comfort of your home?
I actually prefer watching in the  theater, but it's a big deal to go to a theater, so watching at home is fine too.  (except that there are a lot of movies you can't see at home)

5. What topic could you spend hours talking about?
The Lamplighters Music Theater

6. If you could run away from it all and start fresh somewhere new, would you?

7. What’s the most polarizing question you could ask a group of friends?
Who did you vote for?

8. Do movies have the same power as books to change the world?
There are two answers to this.  Books have more power, but more people will probably see movies, so that might be one way movies have a way to change the world.

9. What would you rate 10/10 ?
See's candy, Outlander on TV, Harlan Coben books

10. What are you really good at, but kind of embarrassed that you are good at it?
I'm pretty good at the TV remote.

11. Who do you go out of your way to be nice to?
I try to be nice to the guy who runs the place where my mother lives.

12. What problems will technology solve in the next 5 years? What problems will it create?
Hopefully technology will create a vaccine for COVID-19. 

13. What from the present will withstand the test of time?
Now that Biden has won, I would say that democracy will withstand the test of time.  I was a bit worried about it for awhile, but I'm feeling so much better now.

14. What movie would be greatly improved if it was made into a musical?
Well, familiar stories are never really improved by making musicals about them, but imagine the musical of Gone with the Wind.  Can you imagine the emotional "I'll Never Be Hungry Again"?  Or how about the musical of Citizen Kane -- "The Ballad of Rosebud."  Can you imagine Marlon Brando singing The Godfather or DeNiro singing "Taxi Driver."

15. What is something common from your childhood that will seem strange to future generations?
telephone party lines, coffee percolators, hand wringers on washing machines, clutch in a car



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