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November 12, 2010

Things I Want to Do – Now

Filed under: Humour — Ninja @ 12:06 am
  1. Scan all the family photos I’ve got from 1900 to now.  Takes about 10 minutes per photo.
  2. Scan all my own photos of my life, friends, and lovers from the age of 15 to now.
  3. Read my wired magazines
  4. Read the articles I’ve printed
  5. Hot Yoga
  6. See Tim Burton Exhibition
  7. Analyse why I liked Scott Pilgrim Against the World so much.
  8. Get My Hair Cut
  9. Read the National Geographic issue October 2010
  10. Sort through my many boxes in the basement and discard those things I don’t need
  11. Sand and shine some rocks with my dremelling kit
  12. Watch Fight Club
  13. Create a DVD of documentaries for my father
  14. Upload and create a website of family tombstones
  15. Paint the bathroom
  16. Watch Fringe Season 2
  17. Finances
  18. Look for a new job
  19. Read the mountain of books by my bed
  20. Solve the next Sudoku in my One Sudoku a Day calendar.  Current puzzle:  Feb 28,  2007.
  21. Take Tai Chi
  22. Read Life of Pi
  23. Finish Atlas Shrugged
  24. Read The Lost Symbol
  25. Find old copies of Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine
  26. Read The Girl Who Played with Fire. And then. Immediately after – The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.
  27. Start my Christmas shopping.
  28. Do the Mona Lisa puzzle with Special K.  Spread out on the dining room table. Before our dinner party.
  29. Loose weight.  (Are you calling me fat?!)
  30. Take it up a notch.
  31. Take it down a notch.
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