Se7en things I plan to do before I die:
- Have kids. Helps to be alive to do this.
- Tool around Europe and Australia with Katie.
- Have some movie reviews published in a newspaper or magazine and not just my Web site.
- Buy a motorcycle. I'm sure Katie is saying "over my dead body" right about now.
- Be league champion in both fantasy baseball and fantasy football.
- Rebuild a muscle car ('69 GTO preferably).
- Strengthen my Spanish speaking ability and learn another foreign language.
Se7en things I can do:
- Write what I consider to be fair movie and book reviews.
- Love my wife.
- Enjoy life.
- Understand, for the most part, what is being said when I watch Telemundo.
- Paint and do some minor work around the house.
- Learn just about anything that someone is willing to teach me.
Se7en things I cannot do:
- Stand Tom Cruise and Kate Cruise right about now.
- Work on a car other than to check fluid levels and change tires.
- Tolerate spiders.
- Vote Republican (for the moment; gimme McCain and that could change).
- Listen to or look at pictures of Britney Spears.
- Drive stick shift (I'm in the same boat as you, SJ).
- Afford to buy a new Mac... yet.
Se7en things that I find really attractive in the opposite sex:
- Sense of humor. Katie has a great one.
- Lips and kissing ability.
- Athletic ability (don't need to be a world-class sprinter; just willing to be active).
- Breasts (Katie insists I'm a "boob man").
Se7en things I say the most:
- "What'd I do now?"
- "I love you"
- "Literally, figuratively, and everything in between."
- "Yeah, okay, whatever."
- "Bite me."
- "English speak well very I."
- "Sunset Racquetball and Fitness Center. This is Kevin. How can I help you?" - although the frequency is down quite a bit from what it used to be.
Se7en books I love:
- Lamb, the Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore.
- Gates of Eden by Ethan Coen.
- Different Seasons by Stephen King.
- Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick.
- Dune by Frank Herbert.
- Last Breath: Cautionary Tales from the Limits of Human Endurance by Peter Stark.
- The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold.
Se7en (minus four) people I would like to see answer these questions: