Number of people on my lj friends list: 5
Number of people who aren't people on my friends list: 1 (firecat. which was a surprise...I don't think I know them. Fascinating that someone I don't know is reading my stuff!)
...whom I've met in person: 5
...whom I've met in person more than once: 5
...whose house I've been to: 3
...who have been to my house: 2
...whose precise geographic location I know offhand (city/state): 5
...whose full names I know offhand (first-last): 5
...whom I've followed/been in touch with for more than 3 years: 3
...who live outside my country: 0
...whose journal I consider myself "addicted" to: 2
...whom I've lived with: 3
...whose ex I slept with: 2
...who I've done: (I think they mean sex here ;) 3
...who I've done recently and will probably hopefully do again soon: 2
...who I'd do (and haven't yet): 1. They know who they are...unless they haven't noticed the drool that pours from my mouth whenever I'm within ten feet of them. Of course, they might not realize that I would...but I don't want come across as a stalking fool. Sometimes I wonder about my more primitive reactions to people.
It would be interesting to follow this up in a few months and see what happens.
Ah, and another watershed moment...my first three entry day! Woohoo!
Saw "Enterprise" last night (thanks be to TiVo). Not bad for a first episode. I remember not being very impressed with the first episodes of Voyager or Next Gen, but really enjoying DS9's premier. I have to admit DS9 is my favorite series to date of those three, so hopefully it bodes well for this new one.
Casting Scott Bakula as the captain was a stroke of genius -- the fact he plays it perfectly is no surprise (his work on Quantum Leap was incredible...he was wasted on Murphy Brown).