Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.


Remember Tiger Beat Magazine?

I can't even remember where I got this magazine, but it is pretty interesting. Called "Movies Rock" thre is a little Q&A on the back page with Bill Murray. The author resurrects a 1967 Tiger Beat interview with The Monkees. They posed the same questions to Murray.

I'm going to give it a try:

How would your mother describe you in one word? Smartass
*My mother has called me that for as long as I can remember. Sometimes in a joking fashion, other times in a not-so-maternal way.

What is your favorite flower? (I love all kinds), but probably lillies of all sorts - Stargazer lillies are pretty or irises or carnations or daisies ... ok, you get the idea.

What is the most insane question you've ever been asked? Are those yours? (regarding my boobs - like they might be someone else's. I've also been asked "are they real?)

What word in the language do you wish you had invented? superfluous

Where would you like to live? on 250 acres in Central Texas

What is the first quote that comes to your mind? "Everything I am, I owe to my angel mother." By Abraham Franklin

What animal best describes the kind of (guy) you'd be interested in? Dog: loyal, follows you around, but still wants to hump you

What do you miss about your childhood? my confidence

If you could change your name, what would you change it to? Rebecca, Chloe or Strawberry Fields

What is the main fault in your character? I'm a control freak

What is your favorite historical character? Elizabeth Ann Seton

Describe how you kiss in one word? Softly

What in the world do you least desire? spinich lasagne (nastiest food ever created)

Finish this sentence, "Happiness is a thing called ..." family.

*there were a couple of dating questions on there that I skipped. :) Anyone else want to play?


  • At 12:15 AM, June 26, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Peter Pan? Yeah...though lately I feel more like Methuselah!!!

    I did it as well, so come on by!

  • At 9:54 PM, June 29, 2008, Blogger Gadfly said…


    Tiger Beat magazine!


  • At 11:26 AM, July 01, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Now I'm feeling my age. Yes, I remember Tiger Beat magazine. But back in my day (when dirt was a new idea), the heartthrobs were named Davey Jones, Bobby Sherman, and David Cassidy. The Osmonds and the Cowsills.


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