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Thursday, February 15, 2007


Favorite supermodel: Laetitia Casta.
Favorite actress: Pam Grier.
Favorite Pam Grier movie: "Coffy" (1973).
Favorite possession: My stuffed Boo Boo (Yogi Bear's sidekick) from babyhood.
Favorite shopping center: The Berlin Farmer's Market in Berlin, NJ ("Where shopping is an adventure").
Favorite store: The Book Garden in Upper Freehold, NJ.
Favorite comic book: "Metal Men."
Favorite comic book artist: Ross Andru (when inked by Mike Esposito in the 1960s).
Favorite superhero: Batman.
Favorite cartoonist: Charles Addams.
Favorite underground cartoonist: R. Crumb.
Favorite monster: The Frankenstein monster.
Favorite toy: Captain Action.
Favorite Aurora monster model kit: "Phantom of the Opera."
Favorite Hardy Boys book: "Secret of the Old Mill."
Favorite magazine: The New Yorker, that liberal rag.
Favorite Kevin Smith film: "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" (2001).
Favorite meal: Spaghetti and meatballs.
Greatest day of my life: Dec. 12, 1986.
Worst day of my life: Sept. 18, 2005.
Favorite place: The Manasquan Inlet.
Favorite day of the year: Christmas Eve.
Favorite season: Summer.
Favorite color: Black.
My hero: My dad.
Favorite ice cream flavor: Vanilla.
Favorite junk food: Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop Tarts -- damn them!


Anonymous gail jeanne mcwhatever said...

Fun lists, Mark!

33 More Days Until Spring !

1:48 PM, February 16, 2007  
Blogger margaret said...

I love those d#$!mn Sugar Cinnamon Pop Tarts too! Guilty Pleasure!

8:07 PM, February 16, 2007  
Anonymous gail jeanne mcsteroids said...

man, i'm gonna have to check out them pop tars. They must be somethin'.......makin' me hungry......

11:05 PM, February 18, 2007  
Anonymous pop tart freak said...

Pop Tarts were ahead of their time. They debuted in the '60s as a "toaster pastry." But NOBOBY toasted 'em -- they would always get burnt on the edges, too crispy and the filling too hot. But then, in the '80s, microwave ovens came along. Pop Tarts proved to be the PERFECT nukable -- they would warm up, but not burn, and the pastry part would get soft! There's a downside, though. They make you REALLY, REALLY FAT.

11:07 PM, February 19, 2007  

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