List your favorite lists. Things I like. 1. Women (friendly ones mostly but unfriendly ones are nice to look at some times). 2. Leisure time, I like relaxation, sometime with a woman (a friendly one). 3. Food, good food mostly but nearly any food will do if I'm really hungry. 4. A good vehicle one that doesn't break down, they steal my leisure time when they break down. 5. Hunting or perhaps time alone in the fields and woods is a better go at it, I like to watch the animals and observe unspoiled nature. 6. A good puzzle, a mental challenge puzzle not those 1,000 piece cardboard picture things (the only challenge with them is what to do once it is complete... lose a piece and sell it at a yard sale seems popular) 7. Friends, ones that share and add to life (good friends) not the ones that only borrow and break the stuff and generally make life more difficult (bad friends... the variety we had mostly as teens) 8. Family, close family, the ones left after all the beer, food and money is gone (much like friends). Things I don't like. 1. Unfriendly non-attracive women, seems they serve no purpose. 2. Tater Tots and Balut. 3. Being wet, cold and sandy. 4. Suffering fools 5. Suffering authority Things I'd like to see adopted 1. A Spandex to weight & height ratio requirement for women 2. Bumper sticker limits, no more than 2 dozen per Volvo wagon 3. Variable speed limits. The DMV should issue a maximum speed allowed per driver as part of the driving test (the license must be inserted in the car to allow the car to operate). Some folks have no business driving 80mph (or 47 either for that matter). 4. No songs with less than four words in the entire lyrics. 5. No GIANT spreakers, no speakers larger than the wheels allowed in cars (or trucks). 6. No cars smaller or lower to the ground than a large dog. 7. Row seating must be a least 2 feet between rows, planes and movie theaters in particular. I really don't need to know if you wiped well or the depth of the cellulite dimples. 8. Upper case letters must be used in the written word, there are about a billion teachers feeling as though they have failed society. nOt JUst ranDOMly usED bUt UsED as ORiGiNAllY inTendEd... Bless you Mrs. Mollitor and you too Mrs. Johnson.