| You scored as Dracula. You are the smooth sexy cool Dracula. Patient and lustful. If you were any cooler you'd be ice. Great style with a way of seducing those around you. And three brides? Who wouldn't want to be him! |
Who's your Vampire personality? (images)
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I should try it as myself and see if I get the same results...Nope, apparently I'm Armand. Interesting. I wonder what you have to do to get Spike (I'm fairly certain what to answer to get Angel... :-D ).
I didn't regale everyone (like anyone really pays attention) with our Valentine's Day gifts. My wonderful partner bought me rubies -- tiny ones, but real -- in a lovely gold heart, and a wonderful bouquet of mixed flowers. I reciprocated with See's Chocolates and living roses, which I hope live (they're now planted in the yard). They were the end of the bare-root roses for the season, and it's late for bare-root roses, but they didn't have any in pots, dang it, so I just have my fingers crossed for them. And a balloon, of course. Which, I'm staggered to say, the cats have ignored the ribbons on completely.
I finished three of the four reviews last night. Whew. Problem is, the fourth one might be practically identical to the third (they're re-issuing Merle Haggard's original Capitol catalog in combined sets -- Lonesome Fugitive/Branded Man, Sing Me Back Home/Bonnie & Clyde, etc., etc. -- and what I have to say about one I pretty much have to say about 'em all: Yeehaw, about damned time someone in charge of these things noticed that you can fit AT LEAST two of every vinyl album onto one CD! Two albums, plus bonus tracks, hooray). We shall see when I finish it this evening. In other reviews, Jessi Colter (wife of the late Waylon Jennings) has released a new album, and it's quite good; also the 30th Anniversary of James Talley's debut release, Got No Bread, No Milk, No Money, But We Sure Got A Lot Of Love. Never heard of it? Neither had I. I should have, though. He's one of those amazing influential Americana (they called it country-rock, then) performers from the mid-70's, as important as Graham Parsons, Townes Van Zandt, and Guy Clark (not to mention Michael Nesmith, Emmylou Harris, Michael Martin Murphy, Rodney Crowell, Steve Earle, etc., etc.). A previously unknown John Hiatt plays guitar on this disc.
sillymagpie has completely lost her laptop (sad face). Let us think good thoughts for computers everywhere (at least she can log in at work, which is something my company's firewall won't allow!).