This or That: January 2003 Archives

I really do have more meaningful stuff to say today.. like that I got my support mail job back at cia (yayyy).. and the search terms used to bring people to my blog are just as crazy as the search terms used within it (eg kazza when people really mean kazaa - don't even get me started on that).. and the plants in my fish tank are growing like crazy.. and I hate microsoft with a vengeance (unpatched sql system=secure; patched sql system=vulnerable).. but it's This or That Tuesday (Wednesday by the time we get it), so here we go.. :)

1. Kleenex or tissue? Tissue
2. Soda or pop (or tonic or whatever)? Lemonade?
3. A sandwich on a long roll: sub or hero (or hoagie or grinder, etc)? Roll (unless it's at Subway, when it's a subway :) )
4. Glasses or spectacles? Glasses
5. TV or television (or boob-tube, or telly, for our friends across the pond)? TV or tele
6. Movie or film? Movie
7. Sofa or couch? Lounge
8. Stove or range? Stove
9. Remote control or clicker? Remote control
10. Supermarket or grocery store? Supermarket

Oh well, it wasn't even a very interesting one this week

This or That

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I saw these on www.harryvolts.com, who steals them from www.ailurophile.com. I thought I might use them occasionally if I couldn't think of anything more interesting to talk about

1. Window shades or blinds? Here I have vertical blinds
2. Wall or desk calendar? I don't use a calendar. Sometimes I put stuff in my filofax, and I've used both wall and desk calendars in the past
3. Paint or wallpaper? Paint for sure, never ever seen wallpaper I like
4. Electric or gas stove? I grew up using electric, and have one here
5. Carpeting or bare floors? Carpet!!
6. One TV, or more than one? More than one. My dad fixes tvs, we had five colour tvs when we were growing up
7. Leather or fabric sofa? Probably fabric
8. Eat meals in kitchen or dining room? In front of my computer or tv (usually the same place)
9. Fabric or vinyl shower curtain? urgh, give me a glass door any day
10. Your kitchen: well-equipped or bare bones? fairly well equipped

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