Wednesday, April 12, 2006

I zagged, when I really should have zigged.

Courtesy of Tam over at Books, bikes and boomsticks, my very first blogging meme.

Four jobs I have had in my life:
1.) Soldier
2.) Emergency Medical Technician
3.) Contract renegotiator
4.) Peace Officer

Four movies I could watch over and over:
1) The Three Musketeers (Raquel Welch - Yum!)
2) The Mummy (Rachel Weisz - see above)
3) Zulu (And a bayonet, sir, with some guts behind it)
4) The Pink Panther (The immortal Peter Sellers)

Four websites I visit regularly:
1) Books, Bikes, Boomsticks
2) Day by Day
3) The Firing Line
4) The High Road

Four of my favorite foods:
1) A good ribeye, medium rare.
2) Pepperoni and onion pizza
3) Lasagna
4) Hash browns from the Waffle House (double, all the way, hold the peppers and the 'shrooms)

Four most wonderful places I've been:
1) Valletta, Malta, overlooking the Grand Harbour as the sun rises.
2) Garden of the Gods, Colorado
3) Unknown ruins in the Libyan desert.
4) The Imperial War Museum, London, England

Four songs I could listen to every day:
1) Jet City Woman, Queensryche
2) Bring Me To Life, Evanescence
3) Busindre Reel, Hevia
4) Still in Saigon, Charlie Daniels

Four people I'm tagging:
1) Grouchy Old Yorkie Lady
2) Anarchangel
3) Rhett
4) Joated

LawDog

7 comments:

The Grouchy Old Yorkie Lady said...

I'm up. (Thanks for letting me play!)

Dan Szepesi said...

"4) The Imperial War Museum, London, England"

Preach! What a joy that was to visit this museum. I went there after flying all night to London so I couldnt last all day, but the place was crack to a military history nut.

Rhett said...

Mine's up!

http://rhettorical.blogspot.com/2006/04/blogging-meme.html

Anonymous said...

Fiesta Cheesesteak Sandwich (Texas Cheesesteak, add tomatoes & peppers)

Hashbrowns: scattered, smothered, covered, chunked, diced, peppered.

Unsweet tea.

Extra mayo & pickles for the sandwich.

Jamie Flea
http://hornetskaya.livejournal.com

Alex said...

Contract renegotiator???

You mean repo-man?

LawDog said...

You mean repo-man?

Nothing that sane.

I worked for a company which contracted to provide certain services to a multinational corporation.

When the contract expired, several other companies bid the contract, and one company owned and run by foreign nationals won the bid.

Unfortunately, my co-workers and I had unionized.

This new company had managed to underbid our old employers by assuming that my co-workers and I would take fairly significant cuts in pay and benefits.

Hah.

I was the part-time business manager for the union. When both the president of the union and the vice-president suffered accidents on the job site, it was up to me to renegotiate the union contract with the new company.

Contract renegotiator.

Chris Byrne said...

Ill get to it later today