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#31 Old 02-12-2014, 07:49 PM
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Cool I'm a Sagittarius aswell thanks for answering my questions .... I enjoyed being a star I hope you do too smiley.gif
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#32 Old 02-12-2014, 08:43 PM
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What sort of rigging would you like?
Bermuda rig. As far as the rigging itself, as long as it's not frayed or rusty I'm OK with it. I have heard an interesting phrase though, 'rust is the poor mans Loctite'. I don't think that applies to rigging.
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Cool I'm a Sagittarius aswell thanks for answering my questions .... I enjoyed being a star I hope you do too smiley.gif
If you have any more, feel free to ask. I hope I didn't offend with my opinion on astrology. I had a look at your star report already, you sound like quite the cook. smiley.gif
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Thank you I am relatively new to cooking! smiley.gif and by no means did you offend me ....

Would you rather scale a mountain or white water rafting?

Parasailing or parachuting?
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Would you rather scale a mountain or white water rafting?
Scale a mountain. I already went white water rafting grin.gif. I also went white water kayaking on the Natahala, that was intense. Fell of the sit on top kayak at least a dozen times. So cold.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nantahala_River
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Parasailing. I see people do this and it looks pretty fun. Parachuting involves some pretty rough landings from what little I understand of it, I'd like to keep my knees injury free.
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You got me. I figured I wouldn't last too long with the hint I gave.

 

 

You should have chosen a more obscure angel name.  Like something from esoteric Gnostic or Druze scripture. You totally could have had us stumped indefinitely. ^_^

 

 

 

Do you believe in anything typically regarded as 'supernatural'?

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You should have chosen a more obscure angel name.  Like something from esoteric Gnostic or Druze scripture. You totally could have had us stumped indefinitely. ^_^
I considered saints, man are there a bunch of saints.
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No. I believe everything can be explained scientifically, and everything obeys physical law.

Giving too much credit to supernatural phenomena or ability may make one vulnerable to cults, tricksters, hustlers, abusers, and incorrect conclusions. The witch accusers ate ergot in Salem. Ching Hai sneaks sandwiches.

I have read many horror stories of families seduced by cults and religions, the most unfortunate victims being the children. I was taught to be respectful of others religions, but where I should draw the line I am unsure. There is too much abuse occurring behind the name of religion, for what better shield for abusers to hide behind.

It may be easy to fool people, but it doesn't make it right.
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What's the best surprise you've ever had?

 

Do you think levitation will become a practical technology in the near future?

 

What is your earliest memory?


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#39 Old 02-14-2014, 12:01 AM
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Yay, more questions.
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What's the best surprise you've ever had?
That I could live without any substances and be functional. No nicotine, alcohol, drugs, or caffeine. I went about a year where virtually the only substances I used was caffeine from green tea and ibuprofin. The fact that I gained the ability to live comfortably without tobacco surprised me, and is something I am grateful for.
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Yes, I imagine some segway like device that may enable users to float around. Kind of like the hoover board in Back to the Future. I hope we don't loose our passion for moving in a more active way, like the folks in the Wall-E movie.
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Driving a plastic steering wheel toy. I had fun.
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It may be easy to fool people, but it doesn't make it right.

Yeah, well, like I always say, fool me once, shame on you... Fool me twice? Well, hey, it's me! Where's the challenge? ? wink3.gif

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#41 Old 02-14-2014, 02:07 AM
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Yeah, well, like I always say, fool me once, shame on you... Fool me twice? Well, hey, it's me! Where's the challenge? ? wink3.gif

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The line to be trusting or guarded is a fine line we must be careful to navigate correctly.
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Cool I'm a Sagittarius aswell

 

Me too :vebo:

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-Real first name?
I share the same name with an Angel, you may guess if you'd like.

 

Is your name Lucifer :devil: he was an angel

 

(just kidding)

 

... or am I? ...

 

 

 

Anyway, if you could fly like a bird, who would be the first person you would poop on?

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-Real first name?
I share the same name with an Angel, you may guess if you'd like.


Is your name Lucifer devil.gif  he was an angel

(just kidding)

... or am I? ...
Sadly, my name has already been discovered. Unless I am really Lucifer hiding under the guise of the Archangel to supplant God's throne... devil.gif

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Couples kissing. I would aim right where their lips met. A bird Cupid of sorts. They would have cute little moustaches.
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Reminds me to do my kissing indoors Lol Happy Valentines Day!

What kind of Angel are you?

What have you done romantic for your Valentine sweetheart past or present?
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#45 Old 02-14-2014, 11:26 AM
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Reminds me to do my kissing indoors Lol Happy Valentines Day!
Happy Valentine's day!
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The good kind. I have noticed God has gone insane, this may explain the current state of things here on Earth.
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Well, my current plans have unfolded a little chaotically. The best laid plans may always have hiccups.

In the past, I have taken my Valentine to the theatre. We were the only young folk there, and there was student pricing in effect. I can't remember the play, we have seen a couple. Bonny and Clyde was awesome. Pow pow pow!
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Hi Beanspud!  I like the sound of your tofu scramble - yum! :)

 

My questions are:

 

How would you spend an ideal weekend?

Where do you shop for good vegan men's clothing? (Need some suggestions for my brother-in-law!)

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Sadly, my name has already been discovered. Unless I am really Lucifer hiding under the guise of the Archangel to supplant God's throne... devil.gif

 

How did I manage to miss all those posts mentioning your name?! It's like reading a whole new thread now I've gone back to page 1 :eek:

 

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Hi Beanspud!  I like the sound of your tofu scramble - yum! smiley.gif

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How would you spend an ideal weekend?
With my love, eating a home cooked meal in nature. State or national park, preserve, or trail preferable. Bicycles or Rollerblades would be involved. A tent, boat, cabin, blanket, hammock or camper to spend the night on.
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Truth be told, I rarely buy clothes. When I do, they are usually either from Salvation Army or Goodwill. Some of my other clothes people have given to me free of charge. I stitch repair my clothes to help them last longer.

Underwear and socks I do buy at a common supermarket, cotton or spandex type mix. I have a leather pair of dress shoes from my previous vegan days that I wear for formal occasions, and I normally wear a pair of Converse sneakers around although they use animal based glue. My belt is made of cloth and metal. Gloves are synthetic, again bought at any common supermarket or chain store.
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How did I manage to miss all those posts mentioning your name?! It's like reading a whole new thread now I've gone back to page 1 shocked.gif
You'll just have to make up for it by asking me more questions. smiley.gif
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  Spots - squeeze or leave?

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  Best charity shop buy?
Either between a nice canning size jiggle top pressure cooker or a glass coffee percolator. Percolator broke from a case of me having butter fingers. I upgraded the old pressure cooker to a more tame Fagor pressure cooker. Beans, oats, and rice cooks very quickly in them, never did manage to can anything.
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Bearded dragon. Those little critters are adorable.
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Leave. Squeezing may lead to more spots.
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Time is up for this interview. Thanks to all who joined in, and a special thanks to beanspud, for a highly interesting week! Please check out our new VB Celebrity, ShadowKat, here!

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