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  • Do a List Poem of 50 of your Favorite Things and share with friends.

    In the Mel Brooks classic, Blazing Saddles, Gene Wilder awakes to find himself confronted with the most uncommon of sights, a black Sheriff.

    Cleavon Little (Sheriff): Are we awake?

    Wilder: I'm not sure? Are we...black?

    Little: Yes, we are.

    Wilder: Then we're awake....but very confused.

    Little: Well, seeing as you are my guest, I'll try to entertain you. What do you like to do?

    Wilder: Play Chess.....Screw.

    Little: Let's play chess.

    It's little moments like these that always bring a smile to my face, and with that introduction, may I present my list.

    1. Cooking for family
    2. Writing Poetry
    3. Writing articles and stories
    4. Mel Brook's films
    5. Major Crime
    6. The Mentalist
    7. My Kia Spectra
    8. My Computer
    9. Poetry Magazine
    10. Sex
    11. Singing
    12. Playing Guitar
    13. Playing Mandolin
    14. Playing Banjo
    15. My Shih Tzu
    16. My Children
    17. My Grandchildren
    18. My Great Grandchildren
    19. Facebook
    20. Sex
    21. Cowbird
    22. Henry V
    23. John Milton
    24. The Expendables (1&2)
    25. The Matrix
    26. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    27. Chess
    28. Pinocle
    29. Five Card Draw poker
    30. Sex
    31. Gardening
    32. Johnny's Italian Steakhouse
    33. Texas Roadhouse and Cafe
    34. Bicycling
    35. Target Shooting
    36. Painting
    37. Photography
    38. Drawing
    39. Long Conversations
    40. Sex
    41. Football
    42. Road Trips
    43. Woodcrafts
    44. The Poet's Haven
    45. The Kama Sutra
    46. The Joy of Sex
    47. The Story of O
    48. Victoria's Secret
    49. Frederick's of Hollywood / La Perla
    50. Sex

    Did I forget to mention sex?
    ~Fred~
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