Name a CD you own that no-one else on your friends list does:
D'Cuckoo's self-titled album.
Kind of hard to describe, so this is what it says on the CD sleeve: D'Cuckoo is a techno-artist collective whose work knows no bounds, geographically and technologically. They invented and built electronic percussion instruments that trigger an enormous range of digital sound and music samples. With a solid foundation in computer and synthesizer programming, Euro-Western classical theory, Zimbabwean percussion and Japanese drumming, these four women amalgamate styles as diverse as shona and taiko, funk and cyberpunk.
I actually have 2 of their albums. They've got some really amazing stuff.
Name a book you own that no-one else on your friends list does:
Love Letters: An Anthology of Passion, edited by Michelle Lovric.
As far as I know, this was only available through Past Times in the UK. I got it as a Christmas gift from Craig a few years ago. It's a volume of love letters throughout the centuries, with reproductions of the originals scattered through it. It's a beautiful book.
Name a movie you own on DVD/VHS/whatever that no-one else on your friends list does:
Random Harvest with Ronald Colman and Greer Garson. One of my favorite romantic movies. I used to work for a video store when I was in college, and have a ton of PVT's, including this one.
Name a place that you have visited that no-one else on your friends list has:
This one's the hardest as I have people on my friends list from all over the world. I'll take a stab and say Indian River, Michigan. Small town near the bridge where I had family growing up. I know I have Michiganders on my list, but maybe Indian River's small enough to have escaped your attention. :)
And no, I don't recommend anyone going there. Bo-ring.