Image by Cayusa
1. The white line is getting longer, 2. Cow Country #4, 3. TRACE ATKINS, 4. in the park(05):Chain, 5. Patrick making fun of lame ass rappers because he heard this sign mentioned in a stupid ass rap song., 6. Forgotten guitar – 4, 7. the sound, 8. driving into the new year, 9. SVBA Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Social 07.28.07, 10. Garth Brooks, 11. love her like she’s never been in love before, 12. LEGO Indiana Jones (photo)
Created with fd’s Flickr Toys.
a. Type your answer to each of the questions below into Flickr Search.
b. Using only the first page, pick an image.
c. Copy and paste the html into your blog or Flickr stream (the easiest way is to copy the URLs and then head over to the fd’s flickr toys link above and use the mosaic maker).
1. What’s your favorite song?
2. Favorite genre of music?
3. Favorite musician?
4. What was the last song you listened to/are currently listening to?
5. What type of music do you dislike?
6. What instrument do you like to listen to the most?
7. What instrument do you most like to play (or would like to learn)?
8. Where do you go or what do you listen to when you’re sad?
9. What was the last concert or musical event you attended?
10. What concert or musical event do you wish you could have attended? Or a performer you would have loved to have seen live?
11. You and your sweetie, what’s your ‘song’? If you aren’t paired off, what song do you think it might be?
12. What song gets stuck in your head the most? (For good or for bad…)
1. Much To Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
3. Trace Atkins (currently – I’m known to flip flop a lot)
4. Chain Of Love
5. Rap (I really love that an image with Patrick Starfish popped up for this one!)
8. I go for a "Drive"
9. Blockbuster Movie Music with the BSO
10. Garth Brooks (Central Park)
11. Never Loved Before
12. Theme to "Indiana Jones" (ever since the commercials started I can’t get the theme music out of my head!)
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