Cell Phones Almost Caused Murder

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

Police in New York say a man swearing into his mobile was shot in the foot by a passer-by who thought he was speaking to him.

Shoppers fled from the scene at the Long Island shopping mall after the shooting.

The victim, who's in his early 20s, is in a stable condition in hospital after the shooting at Roosevelt Field mall in Garden City.

Authorities told the New York Post his condition isn't life-threatening. Nassau police have arrested the suspect.

Police haven't released the name of the victim or the suspect.

Mystery in the Hoosier National Forest

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

In the rolling hills of southern Indiana are several huge tracts
of wilderness land know as the Hoosier National Forest. These areas
comprise more than 400,000 acres and consist of enormous stands of
hardwoods, cedars, and pines. The forests are adorned with large lakes,
caves, sinkholes, springs, and streams. Hiking, camping, boating, hunting,
and horseback riding are among the many recreational activities
pursued here. Certain wilderness areas within these forests are
considered so rugged and primitive that only foot traffic is permitted.

On April Fool's Day (major clue?), transcripts of an intriguing
chat line dialog began circulating through the InterNet. This dialog,
dated as Sunday, March 31, 1996, occurred between three individuals,
one of whom was ostensibly making inquiries about how to find
investigators of the paranormal. The inquiring keystrokes
purportedly belonged to a chap who identified himself as "ALindy,"
a producer and photographer for the NBC affiliate television
station (WTHR-13) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mr. ALindy, at the urging
of the other two chat line participants, began to describe a most
unusual news assignment he had been a part of the night before.
He claimed that around 10:00 PM on March 30, he was part of a news
team sent to the Hoosier National Forest to cover the crash of a
small plane. During the course of that news coverage, he allegedly
perceived strange and suspicious situations and behavior among both
witnesses on the scene and officials performing the forest search.
These oddities in conduct, he claims, led him to the uneasy
conclusion that something far stranger than a plane crashed in
the Forest that night.

Pat Mason of the Mid-Ohio Research Association forwarded a copy
of the chat line dialog to me on Monday, April 1, 1996. The
inferences of something "strange" crashing--complete with hints
of the ubiquitous government agents covering up--sufficiently
intrigued me to investigate the story myself. For the last three
weeks, I have scoured the InterNet for corroboration of this curious
tale. I was surprised when I actually found newspaper verification
(see Lafayette Journal & Indianapolis Star) that a search of the
Forest was conducted to find an imperiled plane. As my search for
evidence continued, I was fortunate to find the online newscripts
of Indianapolis television station, WRTV-6. These transcripts
mentioned key officials involved in the search operations and thus
enabled me to contact them personally. A synopsis of each conversation
is presented below.

The Following information was derived from a conversation that
I had with DNR Conservation Officer, Steve McClain (April 22, 1996).
Officer McClain guided Forest Service search operations at the Hoosier
National Forest during the following incident. -Michael A. Frizzell

On Saturday, March 30, 1996 at about 8:50 PM, a few miles N. of Lake
Monroe, Indiana, Jake Watson (pseudonym) stepped out of his isolated
cabin to survey the night sky. He immediately noticed a small twin-engine
plane with its landing lights on at low altitude and descending
several miles south of his location. From his vantage point the plane
was beginning to dip below the tree line. He called his wife to
take a look and they trained their eyes skyward. Within sixty seconds
of the plane's disappearance they were startled to see a "fireball"
and five seconds later heard an explosion.

Jake phoned local authorities to report a possible plane crash. His
report was taken quite seriously because it was well known that Jake
was a retired aircraft pilot. By 9:30 PM fire fighting equipment
from several local companies as well as patrol cars from the Monroe
and Brown County Sheriff's offices had converged on a fire observation
tower, south of Lake Monroe, to study the terrain for signs of trouble.
At about the same time, the Indiana State Police got to the scene and
they were soon joined by U.S. Forest Service police and Department
of Natural Resources Conservation Police (in talking with Officer
McClain, I pointedly asked him if the FBI or any other government
intelligence agency was present during the incident. He replied that
the FBI was not present and only those agencies mentioned above were
on the scene).

In addition to Jake's account, other people in the Forest quickly
corroborated the crash scenario. Several fishermen around Lake Monroe
and some campers south of the Lake also reported a fireball and
explosive report.

Observations at the fire tower yielded no clues. So, using all the
available witness information as to where the fireball was seen,
Forest Service officials quickly narrowed the possible crash site.
They selected a 3 square mile section of remote forest area near
Browning Ridge Road and Salt Creek. This area is among what is
known as the Charles C. Deam Wilderness, a rugged, desolate tract
that covers over 12,000 acres south of Lake Monroe in Jackson, Brown,
Lawrence and Monroe counties. (In "ALindy's" controversial chat
line dialog, allegations were made that the entire search area had
been closed to the public during the course of the search operations.
I asked Officer McClain about this point. He stated that no portion
of the Forest had been closed or otherwise restricted to the public
during the entire episode. He explained that the particular area
being searched is so desolate and rugged that effectively closing
it would be very difficult, if not impossible).

By 10:30 PM, an Indiana State Police Helicopter equipped with
sensitive infrared viewing gear was carefully scanning the target
area for any trace of crash-related heat or debris (DNR Conservation
Officer, Steve McClain explained to me that the infrared viewers
used were very sensitive. He said that they would detect residual
temperature variations on trees caused by limbs being broken as in
a swath being cut by a crashing plane). On the night of Saturday,
March 30, more than three hours of ground and aerial searching
took place. Nothing was found.

The following day (Sunday, March 31, 1996), the search resumed.
A small plane was used for aerial reconnaissance in addition to
efforts on the ground. Another five hours were devoted to the
cause. In all, more than 8 hours and fifty people were spent
searching. By Sunday afternoon the operations were called off
as absolutely no trace of a plane crash, fires, or any other
disturbance could be found. In fact, the search was aided
significantly by the time of year. Many of the forest trees were
not yet sporting leaves. In the weeks that have followed the
incident there have been no official follow-up searches or
on-site investigations.

Due to a glaring lack of evidence, the possible relationship
(if any) between the reported plane and the fireball/explosion
cannot be resolved. Newspaper articles on this incident have
stated that no local planes were reported missing or overdue.
Officer McClain finds the whole episode to be a bit unusual in
that several unrelated individuals within the forest saw the
"fireball" and heard the explosion yet extensive searching
provided no evidence that a destructive event occurred.

For lack of a better explanation, Forest Service officials
have entertained the theory that the fireball/explosion may
have been the result of someone testing homemade explosives.

The Following information was derived from a conversation that
I had with Fire Chief, Scott Garrett, of the Perry Clear Creek
Fire Company (April 23, 1996). Chief Garrett and his crew were
among the first officials to arrive at the forest to begin
investigating reports that a plane had crashed there. -Michael
A. Frizzell

After receiving a report that a plane had crashed in the Hoosier
National Forest near Lake Monroe, Fire Chief Scott Garrett and
his crew arrived at the wilderness area at about 9:30 PM
(Saturday, March 30, 1996). The fire fighters drove for 20
minutes along undeveloped roads to reach a fire observation
tower several miles into the forest. On reaching the tower,
Chief Garrett discovered that a DNR Conservation Officer was
already there trying to get a fix on anything that might verify
a possible emergency. The observation tower is located across
Lake Monroe, a couple of miles south of Jake Watson's cabin.

Within the tower, Chief Garrett and the conservation officer
carefully surveyed the entire area with binoculars. Garrett reported
that while the sky was somewhat overcast, generally visibility
overlooking the forest was good. Despite their intensive efforts,
they saw no visual indication that anything was amiss in the Hoosier
National Forest on that chilly Saturday night.

Adding some sense of urgency to Jake Watson's report was an
unsubstantiated rumor that a plane was overdue at the municipal
airport in Bloomington. Subsequently, Chief Garrett determined
that the overdue plane report was false after checks
were made with the local airport tower.

Following fire tower observations, ground search operations
commenced. As the evening progressed, Garrett noticed as many
as 15 college students hiking in and around the area asking
questions about the crash. These adventure seekers were apparently
made curious by late-breaking radio and television broadcasts
which announced the suspected crash.

In spite of all endeavors by Chief Garrett and his firefighting
team, no evidence of a downed plane or fires could be found.

The material offered here is not meant to be an exhaustive or
all-inclusive study of the "crash" incident. It is one investigator's
report that is intended to help clear the air on the controversy
and to focus on what was actually sighted, reported, and investigated
in the Hoosier National Forest from the dates of Saturday,
March 30, 1996 through Sunday, March 31, 1996. I must also note
that I have made multiple attempts to contact "ALindy" over
the last three weeks using the email address he provided in the
dialog. All my queries have gone unanswered. I have established
that his email address uses an Indiana webserver. I did not
personally contact the television station he claims to work
for, though I did access their online personnel listing. None
of the individuals included have initials such as "A.L." or "A. Lindy."
Also, during the same time period, I made several attempts
(two through email and one through phone mail) to contact
WRTV-6 Feature Reporter, Marilyn Carter, concerning her
on-the-scene coverage of the incident. I have not heard from her.

To say that any UFO investigator/ researcher would be interested
in being a part of the fabled "crashed disk" scenario is
probably an understatement. I am certainly no exception to
that appealing idea. However, where the Hoosier National
Forest case is concerned, I have found no evidence that indicates
we should assemble private militias and comb the forest for
extraterrestrial debris. The news reports I've read and the
people I've talked to have been forthright and sincere in
their reporting that this was a rather uneventful event. I
did not detect any hint of collusion or dishonesty.

Based on the evidence I've obtained, I feel that the most
intriguing elements of "ALindy's" claims were likely the
products of a fertile imagination. Nonetheless, though there were no alien bodies or "blue teams" dispatched to clean up the mess, there may
still be a mystery in all this.

The fact remains that a small plane was seen dangerously close
to the tree line and that it descended from view. Consequently,
several witnesses reported seeing a "fireball" and hearing
an explosive sound. Unfortunately, no evidence of wreckage,
debris, or residual fires was ever found. If a plane did crash,
where is it? There were no bonifide reports of missing or
overdue planes in the area. One theory is that the plane was
an illicit drug shipment that went wrong. Another, is that the
fireball/explosion was the result of some local people
using the cover of dense wilderness to test homemade
explosives. The fact remains that several unrelated people
in that forest saw something unusual that should have
left physical evidence but for which none has appeared.
Perhaps time will tell...

Michael A. Frizzell, Research Director
The Enigma Project
April 25, 1996

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© 2000 M.A. Frizzell

Rate My Camel Toe

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

Ya got a good eye??? Or so you think?

Rate what is here and tell me what you think!

Rate My Camel Toe

(The nerve of some people)

Black Noise: What is it?

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

Black noise (contributed by Jeff Mercure, his own definition) whatever
comes out of an active noise control system and cancles an existing noise,
leaving the world world noise free. (The comic book character "Iron Man"
used to have a "black light beam" that could darken a room like this,
and popular SCI-FI has an annoying tendancy to portray active noise
control in this light.)

Black noise (seen in the sales literature for an ultrasonic vermin repeller)
power density is constant for a finite frequency range above 20kHz.
Ultrasonic white noise. This black noise is like the so-called
"black light" with frequencies too high to be preceived as sound,
but still capable of affecting you or your surroundings.

Black noise (Manfred Schroeder, "fractals, chaos, power laws,"
contributed by Mike Arnao) has an f ^ -beta spectrum, with beta > 2, and is characteristic of "natural and unnatural catastrophes like floods,
droughts, bear markets, and various outrageous outages, such as
those of electrical power." further, "Because of their black spectra,
such disasters often come in clusters."


Rocky Mountain Oysters

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

Rocky Mountain Oysters

2 pounds bull testicles*
1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup kosher salt
8 cups cold water
1 heaping tablespoon white vinegar
Salt and black pepper to taste
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 cup cornmeal
Garlic powder to taste
1 cup milk
1 cup dry red wine
Louisiana hot sauce to taste
Peanut oil for frying
With a very sharp knife, split the tough skin-like muscle that
surrounds each "oyster." Remove the skin.
In a large bowl or pot, dissolve 1/2 cup sugar and 3/4 cup kosher
salt in 8 cups cold of water (water should cover the "oysters);
add the oysters; cover and let set for 1 hour. Drain and rinse
under cool water. Place "oysters" back into the bowl or pot
(which has been rinsed clean) and pour enough milk over them
to cover. Cover the bowl and let set for another hour.
Drain and rinse well under cool water. These two steps help
to draw the blood out. The milk-soak also helps to draw
out the saltiness.
Transfer "oysters" to a large pot. Add the vinegar and enough
cold water to cover "oysters". Bring to a boil. Reduce heat
immediately and simmer for about 6 minutes. Drain again and
plunge the cooked "oysters" into large bowl of ice water.
Let stand until cool.
Slice each "oyster" into 1/4 to 1/3-inch thick ovals. Sprinkle
with salt and pepper on both sides to taste.
Place the milk in a shallow bowl. Mix the wine and hot sauce
to taste in a shallow bowl. In another shallow bowl, combine
the flour, cornmeal and garlic powder to taste in a shallow bowl.
Dredge each "oyster" slice in the flour mixture. Dip into milk,
then into the flour mixture. Dip into the wine mixture quickly.
(Repeat procedure if a thicker crust is desired).
Fry oysters in hot oil until golden on both sides, being
careful not to overcook the "oysters", since the longer
they cook the tougher they become. Serve hot.
Serves 8.

*Also known as calf fries and prairie oysters. Lamb or turkey
testicles may be used also.

Banana Worm Bread

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

Banana Worm Bread
1/2 cup shortening
3/4 cup sugar
2 bananas, mashed
2 cups flour
1 teaspoon soda
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup chopped nuts
2 eggs
1/4 cup dry-roasted army worms
Mix together all ingredients. Bake in greased loaf pan at 350 for about 1 hour.

Rootworm Beetle Dip

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

Rootworm Beetle Dip
2 cup low-fat cottage cheese
1 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons skim milk
1/2 cup reduced calorie mayonnaise
1 tablespoon parsley, chopped
1 tablespoon onion, chopped
1 1/2 tsp. dill weed
1 1/2 tsp. Beau Monde
1 cup dry-roasted rootworm beetles
Blend first 3 ingredients. Add remaining ingredients and chill.

Chocolate Cricket Chip Cookies

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

Chocolate Cricket Chip Cookies
2 1/4 cup flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
1 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
2 eggs
1 12-ounce chocolate chips
1 cup chopped nuts
1/2 cup dry-roasted crickets
Preheat oven to 375. In small bowl, combine flour, baking soda and salt; set aside. In large bowl, combine butter, sugar, brown sugar and vanilla; beat until creamy. Beat in eggs. Gradually add flour mixture and insects, mix well. Stir in chocolate chips. Drop by rounded measuring teaspoonfuls onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 8-10 minutes.

Drunk Driver Urinates in Street

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

A German woman who stopped her car in the street so she could urinate, has had her driving licence confiscated.

The woman's car was spotted by another driver near Lubeck as it repeatedly swerved from its lane.

The man called police and continued to follow the vehicle.

When the woman stopped her car at a set of traffic lights, she got out, and despite being in full public view, urinated in the street.

She was caught by police as she was about to drive away. Tests at a nearby police station showed she had a higher than permitted level of alcohol in her blood.

The woman was released although police await the results of a second test.

Officers will keep her licence for three months by which time the case is expected to reach court.

Student Auctions Virginity

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

His Website is here.

Student auctions virginity

A Bournemouth University student is auctioning his virginity on his personal website and has put a reserve of £6,000 on it.

David Vardy, 19, got the idea from Rosie Reid's sex auction in March and has received scores of emails from women around the world.

David first advertised on eBay, but they pulled the ad after 7,000 hits because of its sexual content. Now he's posted the ad on his own site.

He has already received eight firm offers, with the top bid at £6,114. If his sale is successful he plans to give £1,000 to charity, says The Sun.

David, who lists his interests as entertainment, the media, computers and money, says he is just hoping the winner is attractive.

He said: "I've never had a serious girlfriend and have never had sex. I have been wrapped up in multi-media projects since I was a teenager so I haven't had time. But saying that, I don't want to sound a geek.

"The ideal situation would be if it was a really nice woman. I hope it will be enjoyable."

Woman Starves Dog to Fit in Carryon Bag

Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

Police in Germany have confiscated a dog after its owner starved it so it could fit in her hand luggage.

A police patrol in Nuremberg noticed the woman, identified only as Gerda M. walking her dog Leonie in the city centre.

The large mixed-breed dog, named Leonie, only weighed 12kg. It should have weighed more than twice that.

The dog was taken to a pet shelter. The owner told Bild: "I have seen many miserable things - but never something this cruel. This dog should be weighing at least 25 kilos," he said.

He said the owner told him she was trying to get the dog down to 5kg in weight so she could take it on a plane as part of her hand luggage.

But Gerda M. claims she hasn't done any wrong. "I always looked after it well", she said.

The dog is now being nursed back to health by staff at the shelter.

It's not reported if the dog's owner will face any charges arising out of the incident.



Freakish things and people are plentiful--all over the world.

~1. One of my favorite things to do is to go storm watching.
~2. I discovered the best time to go to the beach is right after a rain storm because the best shells and sea life wash up on the beach.
~3. Gary Brana-Shute is the professor I admired the most during my college career. He was a great man and will be missed, but never, ever forgotten.
~4. The most mysterious gift I ever got was a gourd filled with the soul of a dead fisherman given to me by Gary Brana-Shute.
~5. My favorite author is Stephen King.
~6. NPR is my favorite radii station to listen to due to great programming.
~7. The music I love the most to listen to is Celtic, Jazz and Classical.
~8. I have no idea what "my milkshake is the best in the yard and they'r like it's better than yours" MEANS??!!!???!
~9. I love sushi and when I was pregnant, I had sushi cravings for a week and satisfied them by eating sushi for 4 days in a row for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
~10. I am a cat person! MEOW!
~10. When I am down the things that cheer me up are a good English drama(public television) or watching The Color Purple.

~11. I have only been scuba diving once in the Caribbean and when I did I visited a coral reef 30 feet below the oceans' surface. The beauty was incredible! I want to go again!
~12. My favorite coffee table book is called " American Folk Painters of Three Centuries," by Jean Lipman and Tom Armstrong. It was given to me many years ago for my 26th birthday by a dear friend and lover.
~13. If the day has been bad, the only thing that takes the edge off is a shot of iced ABSOLUT Kurant vodka.
~14. My favorite CD of the moment is Paganini: After A Dream by Regina Carter.
~15. I try to live by the Four Agreements. I discovered them 3 years ago.
~16. Aliens are real and are living among us. I know...I have seen a ship.
~17. I think I am developing "blog addiction".
~18. I love Canada as well as the United States. I call both my home.
~19. My zodiac sign is LEO.
~20. Grief takes my breath away to the places of silence between breaths. I am there now.

~21. My passion is anthropology and I have the dream of floating down the Amazon River in a dugout canoe.
~22. I used to be very shy and introverted.
~23. My Spanish is fair, but I plan to study up to become fluent again.
~24. I was the one who wrote "butterball is a pig" on the blackboard in 6th grade resulting in the whole class getting detention.
~25. I have never felt loved by my mother due to a great divide that has been there since my birth.
~26. Baths are the only true way to wash and I take a tub bath every day!
~27. I spend a lot of money at Bath and Body Works.
~28. I have had an out of body experience and I was worried I would not get back into my body. It was hard to get back in.
~29. I have had a secret lover in the past--for many years.
~30. Out of my siblings, I am not the favorite child. I am clearly the outcast yet have always been the more responsible, more educated, more gainfully employed child of them all.

~31. Coke is my favorite soft drink.
~32. My worst date ever was the guy who went with me to my senior prom.
~33. Diamonds are my favorite gemstone.
~34. They say what comes around, goes around but I want to be there to see it happen to at least get a little satisfaction.
~35. The one who loves me the best is my child.
~36. I spend an hour every Christmas eve just watching the night sky and listening for sleigh bells with my child before packing her off to bed.
~37. Tinkerbell is my favorite Disney character.
~38. Writing is my secret passion and would love that to be my dream job.
~39. I love ice cream and milk products but they do not like me. Soymilk has become my friend.
~40. My goal for 2005 is to learn how to climb the climbing wall.

~41. When I lived in North Carolina my favorite place to go was the Eno River.
~42. Go shopping when all else fails...that is what I do.
~43. I play the violin and have been playing since the 4th grade.
~44. The Matrix is real. Do you think that is air you are breathing? I am trying to unplug.
~45. Shoes make my day. If I have on bad shoes, I will have a bad day.
~46. Silence of the Lambs is one of my favorite movies. Clarice, is that you?
~47. I live for Halloween!
~48. Martha Stewart is my homemaking idol--Still. Will always be.
~49. Survivor is my favorite reality television show.
~50. Did I say I was a cat person? If not, I am a cat person.

~51. The two best performances I have seen in person in recent years has been "Lord of the Dance" and "Yanni." Before that it was "Sting Live."
~52. I went thru the punk rock phase for about 6 months in college and wore nothing but black leather, spikes and purple streaks in my hair.
~53. The book I am reading right now is The Da Vinci Code.
~54. B1 d- t- k- s+ u f+ i o++ x e- l c+ is my blogger code.
~55. The greatest joy in my life is my child.
~56. I want to be a contestant on Survivor.
~57. Last Easter, I ate ostrich eggs and alligator sausages for Easter breakfast.
~58. I am addicted to Starbuck's Java Chip Frappuccino's.
~60. A nice steaming cup of green tea is what I have every morning once I get to the office.

~61. The Four Agreements have made a lasting impression on my life.
~62. I am into Feng Shui..so much so I have a Zen garden at my desk at work.
~63. I love to buy lobster from the grocery store and cook it myself at home. Restaurant lobster is not as good.
~64. Oval diamonds are my favorite diamond shape.
~65. I eat whole garlic cloves and drink lemon water when I have a cold to cure it.
~66. Pirates of the Caribbean is one of my weekend favorites to watch on DVD. Savvy?!
~67. I learned to swim in college.
~68. People tend to think I am aloof, but I am just a little shy, and am taking it all in before making any sort of outward demonstrations.
~69. When Miami Vice used to come on in the 1980's I was seriously in love with Don Johnson for many years.
~70. If I am lagging at work in the afternoon, nothing "perks" me up more than 5 chocolate covered expresso beans.

~71. People other than my immediate family(toxic) have treated me the best throughout my life.
~72. I have over 35 pairs of shoes.
~73. I have never been in an adult book store--too embarrassing--someone might see me.
~74. I can sew, cross stitch and paint--generally arts and crafty.
~75. I have never gotten over the crushing news that Santa was really my parents. My mother told me the summer of my 12th birthday. I have never forgiven her.
~76. The summer of my sophomore year in college, I participated in an archeological dig for colonial and Indian artifacts.
~77. The best time I ever had dancing was to Can't Touch This by M.C. Hammer. I had flown to the Bahamas for vacation to Paradise Island . I had on a formal, black strapless dress that had one sleeve. The front of the dress had a train that hung on the right side. I was doing the dance called the Chinese typewriter that MC Hammer used to do. My formal gown split in the back seam all the way to my butt. I had to go change into another formal and then I continued to party on!
~78. Sleeping naked is the most comfortable way for me to sleep.
~79. Gardening is one of my favorite ways to relax.
~80. I have 3 windchimes handing in my garden.

~81. I have a dreadful fear of the praying mantis. I was even attached by one once.
~82. My biggest disappointment came when I was in eighth grade. I was first chair violin and we were having a performance at the local auditorium. My mother refused to come to the performance to see me. That was one of my biggest accomplishments/performances in grade school.
~83. I danced ballet for many years and performed in The Nutcracker in the Teapot Scene for the city ballet company.
~84. I love to juice. I do not have the Jack Lalanne power juicer but mine is just as good!
~85. Fur is something I love. I have 3 stoles, a muskrat jacket, a fox cape and hat and a full length muskrat, mink and fox coat.
~86. I believe that angels have saved my life three times.
~87. Tae-Bo is my favorite exercise of the moment. I have every tape there is to have by Billy Blanks.
~89. I have met two celebrities in my lifetime: Dom DeLuise and Wally Kurth who plays Ned Ashton on General Hospital. I even have their autographs!
~90. My favorite fragrances are: Pleasures, Knowing, Picasso, Laila and White Witch.

~91. I own over 20 handbags with 5 of them being my favorite brand--Oroton.
~92. Peonies are my favorite flower.
~93. Oreo cookies are my favorite kind of cookie!
~94. The first alcoholic drink I ever had was the Sloe Gin Fizz.
~95. I truly believe that Howard Stern is the King of all Media! I do listen to him from time to time. He is good!
~96. My favorite place to go for touring in Canada is Goat Island and the Cave of the Winds Hurricane Deck.
~97. I have a tattoo of a rose on my left shoulder blade.
~98. My Sunday mornings are reserved for leisurely breakfasts, several cups of coffee and A Prairie Home Companion on NPR.
~99. Star Trek forever made me a lover of all things sci-fi!
~100. Most of the time I feel that I am on the cusp of greatness...that just around the next corner, the next hour, the next minute something is going to happen. I am in a constant state of anticipation.