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30 March 2019
Welcome to Saturday: 9. What we've committed to our readers is that we will post 9 questions every Saturday. Sometimes the post will have a theme, and at other times the questions will be totally unrelated. Those weeks we do "random questions," so-to-speak. We encourage you to visit other participants posts and leave a comment. Because we don't have any rules, it is your choice. We hate rules. We love to answer the questions, however, and here is today's questions!
Saturday 9: The Fool on the Hill (1968)
1) As an April Fool's prank, Taco Bell once announced they had purchased The Liberty Bell and renamed it The Taco Liberty Bell. Describe your perfect taco.
Crispy corn tortilla, cheese on the bottom (so it will melt),
topped with chili seasoned beef, chopped onions, no lettuce, maybe
tomatoes, and guacamole. Maybe sour cream too
I love mushroom burgers, with 1/4 lb or less of beef,
caramelized mushrooms and onions, and Swiss cheese.
Big. Not theater size big, but big. (The one in
my office, though, is about 12"). If there are nylon stockings in the
house it's by mistake or they were brought in with my mother's things that
moved in a week ago.
I want to say no, but somewhere in the back of my head, I
have a feeling I have fallen for one or two. I once DID an April
Fool's prank that lots fell for, though. It was in the years when I
was doing a really strict diet and had lost a lot of weight. I wrote
about the diet a lot and had a wonderful group of followers who were so
supportive. On April 1 I wrote a wonderful entry about how I just
had to have pancakes, so did and then went out to McDonald's and then
had chocolate. By the end of the entry, I admitted that I had not done
any of that stuff, but people who had been so supportive of my dieting
admitted I had fooled them.
I mostly brown bagged or lunch boxed it. (That's when I
learned to love soggy tomato sandwiches!)
Doing publicity for just about every theater company in Davis
over many years, got me invited to be a theater critic. I've been a
critic now for nearly 20 years.
We were in Canada on our honeymoon, in 1965 and then back
again briefly a couple of years ago when we went to Niagara Falls.
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