Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist

May 28, 2006


Filed under: Uncategorized — louisproyect @ 4:30 pm

Although I am not quite sure of why tagging takes place, I do feel a certain obligation to respond when I am tagged. Last time it was by Barkley Rosser from Max Sawicky's blog. This time it is from Renegade Eye, who explains the rules as follows:

1)If you are tagged, you must answer the question or questions, assigned by the person who tagged you.
2) You must credit the person who tagged you.
3) You can then choose other bloggers to tag.

In reply to the subject of the tag ("What are 10 of life's simple pleasures"), you can read his reponse here

So here is my own 10 top list:

1. Watching "Desperate Housewives"

2. Cooking and eating 'matzoh brei', a Jewish breakfast consisting of fried matzohs (unleavened bread) and eggs.

3. Walking around my neighborhood on the Upper East Side.

4. Running in Central Park.

5. Drinking cocktails before dinner, especially a Manhattan with angostura bitters.

6. Listening to WFAN, the local sports talk show station.

7. Watching horror movies (like the remake of "House of Wax" that I rented last night.)

8. Doing crossword puzzles, especially the difficult British-style ones that I resubscribed to the Nation Magazine in order to solve.
9. Playing chess on my computer.

10. Smoking cigars, especially Macanudo cigarillos.

1 Comment »

  1. I couldn’t get out of it this time. It seems a quarterly ritual.

    Comment by Renegade Eye — May 28, 2006 @ 11:35 pm

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