The first time I was ever whitewashed was on a cold Halloween when I was about 12. Some big kids decided they'd rather introduce me to the experience of having snow inside your shirt than go door to door for candy. It took me a while to get over it, but since then, I've come to really appreciate winter. It's the best time of year to snuggle into a cozy blanket and read a good book or get outdoors and work up a sweat in the brisk air. And a chilly winter evening is one of the best times for romance.
What's the best way to build a snowman? You've gotta have snow first ... rocks and whatever's available.
What's your favorite winter activity? Skiing.
How often are you going to ski naked this year? I haven't yet, but I'm sure if it's pretty warm up there, me and my boys will probably get crazy.
What do you think Al Gore puts in his hot chocolate? Sedatives.
What about Bush? I would have to say some Wild Turkey.
Neighborhood: Mountain Shadows
What's the best way to build a snowman? Probably with snow.
What's your favorite winter activity? Sitting in front of the fireplace watching football games.
How often are you going to ski naked this year? Probably never; nobody wants to see me naked.
What do you think Al Gore puts in his hot chocolate? I'm a Republican, so I don't know what he puts in his hot chocolate; unreality pills, I guess.
What about Bush? Probably a lot of sugar.
Neighborhood: Woodland Park
What's the best way to build a snowman? First you gotta have snow. Best way: Start the bottom, build a couple more.
What's your favorite winter activity? I play hockey, actually.
How often are you going to ski naked this year? Hopefully, a couple.
What do you think Al Gore puts in his hot chocolate? He probably puts whipped cream, I'm sure.
What about Bush? He probably doesn't know how to make hot chocolate.
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