My Meme Participation

I’m archiving this here… a meme related post I did on Facebook.

“Like” and I will *NOT* give you a number. I am a meme dead-end, sorry. The number I was given was 20. 20 things you may or may not believe about me…

  1. I have not been endorsed for “coin-snatching” on LinkedIn, but should be.
  2. I feed the neighborhood yard gnomes and animals ham sandwiches.
  3. In order to avoid the bird flu, I wore a hazmat suit.
  4. If I’m in the middle of a long crying spell, I call up morning radio shows and act fucking crazy.
  5. I like to give pep talks to people when they’re down… except Ned, he can just wallow in his own tears for all I care.
  6. When I was a kid, I took apart a cat to learn how it purred. When I put it back together, it walked funny and had a speech impediment.
  7. When I was 23, I built a holodeck. A defect resulted in the holodeck producing naked ladies that were mushy and jello-like.
  8. I decided to make bitching about the weather my profession.
  9. I ate some cake with my bare fingers while face-to-face with Kurt Vonnegut.
  10. In 1978, me and some friends started a multi-acre grass fire. Then I got hit in the face with a golf club… on the same day.
  11. While living in Hermantown, MN in 2005, I thwarted an uprising of astronauts in our neighborhood.
  12. I am not human, I am dancer. You can tell by my feather shoulder pads.
  13. I coded a mod for Tribes and Tribes 2 that had jetpacks with turbo boosts, cloaking devices, and fire. Lots and lots of fire.
  14. In my early teens, I used to ‘air cowbell’, “Don’t Fear the Reaper”. My opinion, the song would have been better with a wood block.
  15. I moved to Alaska because my brain is considered a delicacy in certain states.
  16. I once bought a bucket of cool whip on the guidance from my relationship counselor.
  17. When I was in my 20s, I was in favor of the Dingley Tariff. I have since seen the error in my ways.
  18. I have nearly purged everything I know about Tom Arnold from my memory.
  19. Sometimes I feel like I am part of the societal collective thought. Other times I feel like Donald Trump. Depends on how much chocolate milk I’ve had.
  20. My life was shattered when I was 19 when my parents confided to me that all of my relatives were TV sitcom actors.