Thursday, January 11, 2007

Tag: Blogger Exhibiting Atypical Behavior

Michael J. West of Pop Musicology has tagged me to ask the question: What are 6 things about me that are sort of weird? Well, it turns out that I did this tag back in July and I don't think that my "weirdness" has changed much since.

Check it out: Game Of Tag: I'm it!

Why the picture? Well, who was more atypical in his behavior than Miles Davis? Peace~


Dancewithme2 said...

HAHA. I was going to comment on how funny I thought your tendencies were - but I see that I already did back in JULY. To top is off - I stole the idea and posted it on my site (back in July) without even being tagged.
BTW - How are you and the wife in '07? Great I hope.
It was good to stop by the blog - I miss blogging with the new job.

Stephen Bess said...

LOL! Yeah, I saw your comments today when I looked at it again. It's good to see you! The family is fantastic in '07. Thanks for asking. :)

Dancewithme2 said...

Time Check - its not 2:41pm here yet - its 2:33. Gotta love that time Difference. ;)
Thanks Stephen - I need the hope of SUN.

Rose said...

I remember reading this. I liked 2.

Thami Mhlanga said...

Stumbled on your blog today, must say it is a good space, thanks

much blessings

Stephen Bess said...

A toast to the Sun! :)

Hello and thanks. :)

Thank you sir and welcome! Much blessings to you as well. :)

Michael J. West said...

Dagnabbit! And I even commented on the original. Either my memory is short, or I need to pay better attention. *Hangs my head* I knew I shouldn't have smoked pot in college.

Stephen Bess said...

Haa haa! :)It's all good. It was great to revisit it.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Speaking of music, I've been listening to Leadbelly, king of the 12 string guitar. Thanks to my brother I discovered him.

Stephen Bess said...

That's cool! I love the Blues. I don't have any Leadbelly though. I'll have to check it out. Have a great weekend!

Rethabile said...

Everything about Miles was cool, and inimitable (is that a word?). While our names were Kilometres, his was... Miles. How cool is that?

Rethabile said...

Thami, it's good to see you here.

I know Thami through Kojo, whose poem "word speaks" some of you might have read on my blog.

Dancewithme2 said...

So. Of course I walked out of work yesterday expecting to see the sun that you sent me - and wouldn't you know that someone else sent a few clouds to block its view. Maybe some other time. :)

Bygbaby said...

I love that picture of Miles Davis! Last year I created some small print items with it. Check out my treatment here


African girl, American world said...

ok that arm one...that one left me scratching my head

Stephen Bess said...

That tidbit about Miles is very cool. :)You know, I thought that Thami had something to do with Poéfrika.

I'm sorry to hear that. I'll speak to the Sun later today to see what the problem was. :)

Thanks! I'll check it out.

I don't know why either, but it's fun. :)

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