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The “Tagging Myself” Post

I saw this on The Militant Negro and tagged myself with his questions:

Q: Have you ever been in love?  Twice

Q: What is your favorite drink?  Coffee, black

Q: What is your favorite song?  The second side of Abbey Road, by the Beatles.

Q: What is your zodiac sign? Scorpio

Q: What is your favorite show?  Foyles War 

Q: What is your favorite band?  Cold Play.


Q: Something you really miss.  Working with mental health clients.

Q: Where do you go when you are sad? Into my head.

Q: Have you ever been in a physical fight? Many times.

Q: What is your favorite color?  Blue

Q: Loud music or soft?  Loud

Q: Favorite actor. Ryan Gosling

Q: Do you have any fears? What are they?  I have agoraphobia, which makes going outside a challenge.

Q: Meaning behind your blog name.  I sometimes make art. My name is Rob Goldstein.

Q: Last time you said you loved someone.  10 minutes ago.

Q: Last book you read. I just finished re-reading ‘Miss Lonely Hearts’ by Nathaniel West.

Q: The book you are currently reading.  The PDR.

Q: Last sport you played.  Weight Lifting.

Q: Last song you sang.  “Tu Voz” by Ramon Cabrera

Q: Favorite food.  Greek Yogurt.

Q: Place you want to visit.  Downtown San Francisco.

Q: Favorite flavor of sweet.  Chocolate

Q: What instruments do you play?  The harmonica, very badly.

Q: Favorite piece of jewelry.  None.


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Thank you to The Militant Negro for providing the questions!

Rob Goldstein 2018

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34 thoughts on “The “Tagging Myself” Post

    1. Oh…You must watch Foyle’s War. The sets are so detailed it’s like going back in time. It’s written by the same writers who write the Midsomer Murders ,ut the stories are more complex. Have I raved enough about it? Oh yes…The acting is superb.

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  1. Rob, this is marvelous. All the questions together make a true portrait… of the “inner” at least.
    Several people have asked why I don’t (go) get help for my agoraphobia. They just don’t get it… I will, however, run outside and into the great beyond the first chance I have to get away from this place. :/ Happy weekend hugs.

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    1. I do go out. I take at least two five mile hikes a week. Of course I have to stop a dozen times and suffer the embarrassment of always being in a drenching sweat but there’s nothing I can do about. I don’t want to lose my physical health and nothing it worse for the body than doing nothing. I find that ranting about Trump on twitter helps to take my mind off things. 🙂

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      1. LOL, a good rant is good for the soul. My comfort zone isn’t much more than a mile. So I at least get out to that extent.
        Don’t sweat the sweat. You’re hiking, after all and expected to perspire. 😉

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