Meme to the fourth

As I have been tagged by Julia, here is the “Meme of Four”;
4 jobs I have had:
1. Police Department Road Crew (painting lines in the street, fixing traffic signs, etc).
2. Blockbuster Video/Suncoast Video/Hollywood Video Sales Rep.
3. Target stockroom/sales floor
4. Biopesticide Database Maintenance/Design
4 movies I love to watch over and over:
1. The Lost World
2. Young Frankenstein
3. Raiders of the Lost Ark
4. Monty Python’s Life of Brian
4 places I have lived:
1. Clark, NJ
2. New Brunswick, NJ
3. A few blocks away from #2, still in New Brunswick, NJ
4.
4 TV shows I enjoy watching:
1. The Simpsons
2. The Daily Show
3. The Colbert Report
4. NOVA
4 places I have been:
1. Key West, Florida
2. Baltimore, Maryland
3. Cape May, New Jersey
4. Nassau, Bahamas
4 websites I visit daily:
1. I Can Has Cheezburger?
2. Watch TV Sitcoms.com
3. Amazon.com
4. Scienceblogs
4 favourite foods:
1. Pizza from the place around the corner
2. Sesame Chicken from the Noodle Gourmet (also in New Brunswick)
3. Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia Ice Cream
4. Lime Chicken & Shrimp (the only dish I can make really well!)
4 places I would rather be:
1. Florida
2. The Okovango Delta, Botswana
3. Most anywhere along the Hell Creek Formation
4. Patagonia
4 blogs I tag:
1. A Blog Around the Clock
2. Archaezoology
3. The Lord Geekington
4. The Greenbelt

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