In the flesh
CO10PI wrote: Eclectic? I'd say rather open-minded, don't you think? You know me, its you who can tell all about my liking people in general or people from certain places. Are you "people in general" or "people from certain palces", and why do I pay any attention to this madness? It doesn't make any sense to go on like this, listing my preferences for lines on end. It should be enough for you to know reading is my hobby, but I wouldn't know were to start my list. The same happens with cinema. Any list would exclude many excellent directors and actors I like. I think it's a waste of time doing this. You're finally going to come out with some cleverness of yours, like I'm eclectic. Let me say it's not quite true, India has got but "religious staff", as you put it. I like good cinema, good literature and good art, no matter the time, place, artist or gender to which they might belong. [Pabst, Epstein, Lang, Eisenstein, Clair, Ruttmann, Fellini, Tavernier, Coppola, Polanski, Hathaway, Lubitsch, Wilder, Almodóvar, Chaplin, Allen, Buster Keaton, Marx brothers, Kubrick, Saura, Rossellini, Visconti, Chabrol, Malle, Welles, Greenaway, Erice, Loach.] Favourite sports? That's easier. I'm limited by my back looking like an 8. Sailing, swimming and walking. I remind you of the renowned "GIVE and take" to which you seem to be familiar just with the last part! Nice pages, that of Nina. Beautiful Japanese photographs. How did you know about my Japanese connection and my inclination for photography? > Lord: you are electic. My razor too is eclectic though I used to use a Shick. > Now move on: any favorite books or types of books? Romance, erotic, western canon? classical (Greek, Roman), epics--from various countries since India has none but the religious things. > favorite sport? mine is running... did many many miles of this and from time to time still do though weights now taking over a bit. And films: god so much I ask of you but you are so nice and obliging and clearly bright and clever (in a nice way)... http://photojapan.com/index.htm//portfolio-krivonak/krivonak.html ah, Nina S! marvy. I was at bar and standing next to Ella F. many years ago when she was on break from performance... drank gin and some whiskey as chaser...but Billie Holiday--never to be matched again, ever. Do you like people in general or have interest in people from certain places, ie, Japan, India, Peru? http://ninasimone.com/welcome.html thinking of you--Still shut up!