For almost two years, this blog provided a thought every weekday with questions on Fridays. Now I post when inspiration strikes.
hmm...i think my "greatest" talent is my ability to seek out and adapt to change. it constantly presents new challenges and opportunities so that i never feel like i'm doing the same thing. change and variety make life interesting/worthwhile. that, and i'm a pretty bad ass art director.talent doesn't have to be limited to a physical or professional skill. if something takes work to accomplish- and you are constantly making that work feel/seem easy- you've got talent.
fast forwarding through the DVR past all the commercials and stopping right when the show is starting up again. (and I recognize the fact that I'm weakening the industry in which I work by skipping said ads)
Talking out of my ass, especially after 6 beers. Between the 6-9 beer range I can even talk better than Vince Vaughn in Swingers.
getting knots out of stuff
Andy.It's.On.Let's meet in the middle. Ohio. 6pm. Be there.
I am amazing at finding really great clothes and accessories for cheap. I once found a $300 jacket at Nordstrom rack with no tag on it, so the checkout guy just made up a price, and it was $35. I also found a huge gold necklace from a pretty famous jewelry designer for $6 at an antique store in rural North Carolina.
I can spin pretty much any flat object on my finger.
figuring things out on my own. as a result, i can't stand people who solicit others to do everything for them.by the way, i accidentally clicked the disability symbol next to the captcha and the subsequent audio is creepy as hell.
Feeling comfortable with absolute strangers and most situations.For example I met someone on the bus stop today and before i know it I was bought lunch and a book.
Mad visual/spatial skills.I can eyeball almost any measurement and be dead-on and I can tell you if x item will fit in y space with freakish accuracy.Handy for packing cars for roadtrips and shoe-horning turkeys into packed refrigerators.
SCREWUP without shame.
curve ball. hands down.though i wish I had Jackie's. even the anecdote of her day makes me anxious.
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