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Old 12-02-2006, 07:35 PM   #41
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1. I like my black Chuck Taylors. They're getting rather worn out, though. It might be time to replace 'em soon.
2. Inflation. Lots and lots of it.
3. I suppose one could make a rather nice papier machť sculpture out of 'em.

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1. Do you like Christmas music?
2. Have you ever failed a course at school?
3. How much information is too much information?
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Old 12-02-2006, 07:56 PM   #42
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1. Yes, some of it, but usually only the upbeat songs.
2. Yeah, a computer engineering course. I missed an announcement about a moved midterm
3. Surprisingly little.
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1. What are you doing tomorrow?
2. How many blades does it take for a new razor to just become ridiculous?
3. If I said 'Who played the preacher in 'The Blues Brothers'?' who would you answer?
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3. Besides using $100 bills as toilet paper, what other uses can you think of, in the hypothetical situation in which these notes have become worthless?
They'd most likely be blanked and used to counterfit other money. I hear that some counterfitters do that with $1 bills to make very convincing twenties.
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1. Spending another quiet day at home, most likely. Perhaps I'll do a bit of shopping, and try to see if I can find a Wii. (Or even just a Wiimote, if only so I can have a copy of that Mii I made of myself. And Hitler, too.) That is, unless I randomly think up something better to do.
2. Forty-three.
3. I'd stare at you blankly for thirty seconds, even though I know the answer is James Brown.

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1. Do you prefer heated debates or heartfelt discussions?
2. What are you doing right now?
3. What do you wish you were doing right now?
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Old 12-02-2006, 09:19 PM   #45
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1. Well, heated debates give me a sense of accomplishment, while heartfelt discussions force me to come to terms with feelings I'd rather leave buried deep down, and make me all teary-eyed and stuff...so I'd say the former.
2. Typing up this clever answer.
3. Sipping hot chocolate.

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1. What is your favorite curse word?
2. What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?
3. If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?
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1. I can't decide, I like them all.
2. Hardware designer, game designer, architect, singer, pilot, head of a secret society, dictator, mage, millionaire, billionaire, trillionaire, quadrillionaire, astronaut, assassin, spaceship captain, governor of mars, governor of neptune, member of the greek pantheon, member of the norse pantheon, member of the forgotten realms pantheon, member of an unknown pantheon, planet designer, president of the galaxy...
3. "Sorry, I fucked up!" no wait, make that "Oh don't mind me, I'm just an illusion here for helping the cultists cope."

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1. How angry would you be if I was to make these quetions a bunch of references to something, like I did with my last three questions?
2. The rich have it, the poor need it, but if either was to eat it, they would surely perish; what is it?
3. Do you wanna tell me a story about trollops and plug tails, pleeeeeeaaaaase?

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Old 12-03-2006, 01:15 AM   #47
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1. Not too much, 'cause I'd be happily oblivious. (oh wait, was your first set from THGTTG?)
2. Gold?
3. No. Jeez, get up off your knees, it's embarrassing.

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1. Would you rather snort curdled blood or shoot rotten tomatoes into your veins?
2. What's the most addictive substance you've ever used?
3. Which pop culture fad would you most like to see making a comeback?
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1. Bleugh! What a question to ask a respectable person. I won't dignify it with an answer.
2. Pringles.
3. The oversaturation of Star Trek.

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1. What is time?
2. How does one acquire a friend?
3. If a genie gave you three wishes, but they had to be short and snappy and you weren't allowed to make them more specific for insurance, and you knew this genie was rather devious, what would they be?
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1. "What is time? Baby don't hurt me, don't hurt me, no more!"


2. Two individuals (A & B) become friends when they occupy an area of 900 squared meters for x amount of time, where the strength of friendship is directly proportional to the amount of x.

3. "OK genie, no time to think huh?
1: gimme lotsa pretty women!
2: gimme a big house!
3: gimme a nice car!"

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1. If you were ever to wear a Halloween costume, what would it be?
2. Your favorite childhood toy?
3. What would be a funny acronym made from the letters in your first name?
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1. That big muppet monster. (I was thinking of the brown nasty one, but on further reflection the really big blue one may be a better choice.) I don't know its name. (It's a purely hypothetical question anyway.)
2. Lego.
3. I don't think there is one. Unless you think a drirk is funny.

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1. Live music or a CD?
2. Name a Christmas song you can't stand.
3. Do you want a white Christmas?
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1. Live music if I'm performing; otherwise CD for the most part. I know that that's the wrong answer, but hey!
2. Away in a Manger. Or, at least, the British tune as sung by legions of three year-olds around the country.
3. It would be nice, but it won't ever happen. Not on the South Coast of England, at any rate.

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1. Cinema or DVD?
2. Do you have any children's toys that you still enjoy playing with?
3. Do you still believe in Santa/when did you stop?
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1. Cinema or DVD?
2. Do you have any children's toys that you still enjoy playing with?
3. Do you still believe in Santa/when did you stop?
1. DVD actually. I'm too lazy to go to the cinema when I have a huge TV with a surround system in our basement. (And you all know who bought that don't you)
2. No, but I've thoroughly enjoyed my own children's toys when they were younger. We've had lego buiding days on the floor of Johan's room, getting all the space ships and robots built. Great fun!
3. I've had plenty of fun keeping the myth alive when the children still believed in him.

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1. If I was to look inside your wardrobe. What would you not want me to see?
2. Which actor/actress do you have a crush on?
3. When does the going get really tough?
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  1. I don't particularly care- most of the stuff in my closet isn't even mine. It's just used for storing various clothes for the rest of my family since I have barely any clothes and no desire for more.
  2. I can't think of any, sorry.
  3. Beats me- I have such an easy life.

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  1. What's your favorite season?
  2. What's your favorite month?
  3. What's your favorite day of the year?
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1. Spring
2. November
3. Easter Friday

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1. Favourite song from the 80's?
2. Strawberry or chocolate?
3. Would you like some pie?
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Hmmn. I'm falling behind.

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1. Do you enjoy being tickled?
2. Would you consider yourself emotionally sensitive?
3. If loving me was wrong, would you want to be right?
1. Technically, yes AND no. Extremely sensitive and it can be quite unpleasant for me under certain circumstances, but nevertheless, I enjoy the intimate contact, so I try to cope as well as I can.
2. Yes, emphatically so.
3. No, can't say as I do, err, I mean would.

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1. Do you like being alone?
2. If you woke up one morning and I was in bed with you, what would be your immediate reaction?
3. What is your favourite Disney movie?
1. Sometimes it's absolutely ideal.
2. Snuggle.
3. Right now it's Pixar's Cars, though I'm more partial to The Incredibles. I've never been much of a fan of Disney's mainstream film projects, and right now I'm in a CGI phase. Plus, my favourite classical animations are by Tex Avery, Bob Clampett, Robert McKimson and Dave Fleischer.

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1. Do you like Christmas music?
2. Have you ever failed a course at school?
3. How much information is too much information?
1. Yes, but almost invariably around Christmas. And some of it makes me gag.
2. Yes, sadly. Math and Drafting come springing to mind.
3. I'll let you know when I get there.
No, actually, I hit the ceiling quite a bit, but it's just a personal overload thing. Most folks can't load me down with more information than I'm prepared to handle. It's usually stuff like world news and technical manuals that overload me, when I'm not overloading on sensory stimuli. Ferret shock, my wife calls it.

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1. Do you prefer heated debates or heartfelt discussions?
2. What are you doing right now?
3. What do you wish you were doing right now?
1. With me, they are all heart-felt discussions, but I conduct them as rationally as I can, which drives some folks (my wife included) bonkers.

And now, just so it's not all the Squinky and Lee Show:

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1. Favourite song from the 80's?
2. Strawberry or chocolate?
3. Would you like some pie?
1. In Your Eyes, followed shortly by Always Something There To Remind Me.
2. Depends. On what I can't say, but I change from day to day.
3. Not right now, thanks.
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1. Favourite song from the 80's?
2. Strawberry or chocolate?
3. Would you like some pie?
1. Anything Michael Jackson. (Now playing: Don't Stop Till You Get Enough. Wait, that's from the 70's! Never mind...)
2. Le chocolat.
3. *sigh* Like I said, if you have to ask...

Oh dear, looks like it's my turn to have been beaten.

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1) If you had access to my brain for one day, what would you want to see/hear/feel the most?
2) Have I ever told you about my idea for an adventure RPG where you get to choose how the adventure goes by how you play through segments at the beginning?
3) Can you guess what I'm wearing as I type this?
1. I dunno. There'd be so much to do in there, I don't know if I'd be able to get to it all in one day.
2. Yup. And I wish that sort of thing could actually get developed/published in this day and age.
3. *resists the urge to state the naughtier answer* A smile?

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1. If you could have dinner with an AG staff member, who would it be? (Let me make this question more fun and add "besides me".)
2. If you had to live in another decade, which one would it be?
3. How do you feel about quiche?
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1. Dunno- do any of you keep kosher?
2. The first decade after money is done away with
3. Bleugh. Eggs and cheese have no business being mixed like that.


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1. Why is Lee answering all the questions?
2. What do you like more, the movies being released nowadays or the TV shows being made nowadays?
3. What is your favorite sound?

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1. He's a twerp.
2. Movies.
3. The distinctive metallic swishing of the crankshaft of a triple expansion steam engine as it turns over.

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1. What kind games have you been playing recently?
2. How many reactors were involved in the meltdown at Chernobyl?
3. Coffee - sugar and milk, or black?
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1. I think he's only answering all of Squinky's besides the ones he should answer.
2. It's sort of like the episodic gaming thing. I'm glad both are made. I recently bought 24 season one on DVD. This couldn't have been made as a movie. On the other hand, many movies would water down if they were episodic.
3. A beautifully played instrument. An obviuos answer for me would be to say that the instrument played should be a bassoon, or tuba. Instead I'll try to not be 100% predictable and say "flugelhorn"!

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2. What's the best thing about this site?
3. Three words you like? (Not a sentence. Three separate words.)

Edit: Beaten. These things take time to write.
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1. Not much. Partly due to lack of time, partly due to lack of Windows. Bone 1 and small quick games, like Hot Spot X.
2. I don't know.
3. No, thanks. If I have to, it'd be a cappuccino.

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