Chapterhouse

December 12, 2005

At Last!

Filed under: Uncategorized — chapterhouse @ 2:07 pm

!!! It must be your lucky day!  At last – answers to my previous post, “True Lies?” !!!

“I was a professional astrologer for two years.”

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TRUE!  And I worked my kiester off because that was way back before they had computer programs that would calculate charts and spit out transits and progressions in nanoseconds.

*****

“I was once the only passenger on a commercial airline flight.”

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TRUE!  Hah!  Most everyone thought this one was the lie.  Back in, oh … 1971-ish, I took a Continental Airlines flight from Dallas to Sante Fe, New Mexico.  At the airport in Midland, Texas, every passenger but me got off the plane, so there I was, the only passenger when we continued on to Santa Fe.  When the stewardess found out this was the first time I had ever flown, she told the pilot and co-pilot, and they invited me up into the cockpit.  Way cool.  When we landed, I stepped out onto the tarmac to behold the Santa Fe International Airport in all of its ADOBE glory!

*****

“I was once hit in the face by a Frisbee at a Stones’ concert.”

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TRUE!  Alas.  The concert was in Dallas at the Cottonbowl.  It was … 1981? maybe.  Why do people throw Frisbees at concerts?  Good thing I was stoned at the time, because that might have hurt really bad!

*****

“I once met Robert Blake.”

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FALSE!   Thank God!  Way back before I ever met Tomcat, I really, really had a huge crush on Robert Blake.  I mean, I wanted to MARRY Robert Blake!  Oh, people — be careful what you wish for — just ask Bonnie Lee Bakley.  Oh, wait, you can’t.  Nevermind. 

And kudus to Pooks at GuiltyofBeing for guessing this one!

 

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3 Comments »

  1. Yay!

    That’s so amazing — I have another friend who used to be an astrologer. Small worldish.

    Comment by pooks — December 12, 2005 @ 3:43 pm | Reply

  2. A professional astrologer? That must have been interesting.
    Thanks for coming by earlier.

    Comment by Courtney — December 12, 2005 @ 3:46 pm | Reply

  3. I knew the thing about Robert Blake was false all along…

    Yes…

    That was a pretty neat story about the plane though. I’d love to see the view from the cockpit. Too bad they won’t let people do that anymore.

    Comment by Dan — December 12, 2005 @ 11:44 pm | Reply


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