Hmm: Let's see now. Lots of questions.
Weather: It is presently pouring rain, with lightening, thunder and winds, and has been raining off and on for about two weeks. April Showers Bring May Flowers.
Vacation: I suppose I may go to Amsterdam first for the solstice party there in june, then figure out where to go from there. If not I may stick around until July. Once, I missed my plane to Paris, where i was meant to stay on for a month. Instead, I went grocery shopping, bought enough food for a four weeks, and in my house I stayed holed up alone, not leaving once, not even to go into the garden, keeping the shutters closed. It was odd: I went a bit crackers. I don't have a television or a radio in my home, and this was before we all had computers. It was a strange experience. Generally, I'm not a "traveller" as I have to do so much traveling for work, and I detest hotels and flying commercially. I'm not sure where I'll go.
Being eaten by an animal: Obviously, this is a challenging one, but I want to say an enormous whale, like in "Moby Dick."
Favourite Musical Duo: So many that I love. I'll have to go with DEAD CAN DANCE (Brenden Perry & Lisa Gerard) out of sheer respect for originality, and for all the memories....
Saddest, most beautiful album: No questions: TALK TALK, "Laughing Stalk." Second runner up, it's mate, "Spirit of Eden" (These two albums are "Fraternal twins" and go together. "Spirit of Eden" came first. It was such a disaster for the band, chronicling as it did lead singer Marc Hollis's rise from heroin addiction through spirituality, that it's follow up "Laughing Stalk," which was the band's last album, and certainly it's most beautiful, is particularly poignant.)
Dogs: I'm a "Dachshund Only" Man. I come from a "Dachshund Only" family of many, many generations. For me, there is no other breed.
Leftovers: I never eat leftovers.
Do any of you think that (Observant)) Christians and (Observant) Jews will ever understand that they are Brethren? I ask because, ultimately, these two Faiths will have to somehow come together in unity, or else face extinction (if Humanity itself lasts long enough.) I don't quite understand why it is that Enlightened people of these Faiths, of which there are so very many, don't seem to grasp that, in the Grand Scheme of Things, unity and unconditional acceptance between Christians and Jews is the only means to survive, and to integrally preserve the beauty and heritage of both Faiths.