October 16th, 2004
|09:33 am - an individual, just like everybody else|
I think I'm far too derivative in ownership (if not taste) for there to be much to my list of stuff only-I-have, but I'll give it a shot, I suppose.
CD - anything by Toyah Wilcox is my best guess here. Or maybe Diamanda Galas. Who, I must say, is a force of nature in live concert. Her latest tour has been postponed because the clueless US booking agent failed to read the technical specs - none of the reserved venues met the staging requirements.
DVD/movie - Ghost in the Shell , which also happens to be the only movie I own on DVD. I don't own too many movies. I'm guessing that not a lot of other folks here own many Peter Greenaway films either, if you want non-anime.
Book - The Anatomy and Biology of the Human Skeleton, D. Gentry Steele, Claud A Bramblett (photographer). Gorgeous, useful, and my edition has a really shitty "perfect" binding which broke about three labs in, so it's liable to shed pages when I'm not looking.
Piece of Clothing - my maroon velveteen frock-coat. Which never fails to garner complements, she boasts.
Occupation - nude model for an art class is my best guess.
Place I've Been - I honestly don't think there is one, considering. Farmer's Branch, Texas? Which barely counts, as I'm sure lots of people have been to Dallas/Fort Worth, and FB is (as I understand it) sort of like Kent.
Hmm. That wasn't as difficult as I thought, but again I'm waiting to be proven wrong... heh.
I wanted to say books from the Albedo RPG, but we both own a copy of that. I have a couple of Diamanda Galas mp3s, but I don't think that counts.
What about Fresno? I mean, I've been to Fresno, but I'm trying to forget it.
|Date:||October 16th, 2004 12:38 pm (UTC)|| |
I thought about Fresno later this morning after posting, but also thought I remembered you mentioning having been there.
It's tough, especially with both of my brothers on my Friends list - all the possibly obscure places we visited on family vacations get tossed out immediately. I wanted to say Craters of the Moon in Idaho for my example, but damn it, faintheart
were there too.