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#1 Makaze

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 05:24 PM

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 05:31 PM

Did you ever expect your QT to happen?

Y U NO DRAGON?
First/current impressions of disastrousmaster?

First/current impressions of makaze?

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 05:38 PM

1. Top 10 favorite manga? (Whether you elaborate on them is your choice) All-time favorite? If you can only read one manga for the rest of your life which would it be?

 

2. 5 manga you would totally recommend for everyone? (may or may not be among those in question 1)

 

3. Top 5 male manga characters? 5 female? (be it because of badassery, trolling prowess, boobs, sexual presence, development, depth, appearance, abilities, power, intelligence etc.)

Top 5 characters of each of the Big3 you do read? (so 5 each)

 

4. You can choose 3 mangaka to make the greatest manga of all time, who would you choose? Who do what?

For example: 1 does art, 1 does storyline and character development, 1 is responsible for a specific task like comedy OR you can have 2 do art (1 draws characters, the other draws background, for example) and all 3 do storyline etc. It's up to you.

 

5. Top 5 favorite abilities/powers from manga?


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Posted 28 March 2014 - 05:42 PM

1. When you create a story you add a mundane idea with an extraordinary one. Let's imagine your life is the mundane idea and you are the protagonist. What sort of extraordinary idea would you inject into your life to make it interesting?

 

2. Now that we have a setting for our story, take all of your problems and troubles in life as well as your personal conflicts and doubts and personify them. What is your antagonist like?

 

3. An antagonist is a character who is meant to compliment the protagonist and vice versa. The antagonist exploits the protagonists weaknesses - how do they exploit you?

 

4. A protagonist is a character who overcomes their flaws and an antagonist is a character who succumbs to them. What do you do to overcome your weaknesses and how does the antagonist fall to their own?

 

5. Now that the story is over, what immediate changes do you see for yourself and your life in this world? What long term changes are there?

 

and if we're allowed to please ask more

 

6. First and current impressions of me


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Posted 28 March 2014 - 06:05 PM

Do you lift?

 

Are you pear shaped?

 

How much do you weigh?

 

What's your ideal weight?

 

Do you have a bubble butt?


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Posted 29 March 2014 - 01:50 AM

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Hi everyone! Welcome to my Question Time Thread. It truly is a pleasure to be here to answer any and all questions you may have to offer. Just a few words before I begin. First, a word of thanks. Thank you to those who voted for me. This would never have come to be without you. Second, and I emphasize, ask as many questions as you want. There's only a few days to ask, so I place no limits on number of questions. Ask as many per post per day as you would like. Plus, if you already asked questions and have more for me, go ahead and ask away! :)

 

Well, that's all. Let's begin, shall we? (I will answer in color so my answers stick out because I've looked through some threads and, at times, I was unable to tell the answers from the questions.)

 

 

Did you ever expect your QT to happen?

Y U NO DRAGON?
First/current impressions of disastrousmaster?

First/current impressions of makaze?

do you find it funny that I stole makaze's question?

 

1. I figured that my time for QT would come up eventually. In fact, this is about where I figured it would be. Not one of the first (as I don't spend ridiculous amounts of time on the forums anymore like I used to) but not one of the very last ones either. 

 

2. I was actually in the midst of changing it back, but then I had to leave for work. This thread is going to be filled with HTTYD gifs. I have many. I have a dragon now...

 

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Best pet ever! A dragon is a cat, a dog, and a bird all rolled up into one! ... But, yeah, I was getting bored with Rapunzel and new HTTYD 2 pics just came out.

 

3. FI: Gods, that was back on the old forum, I think... I don't know how well I really ever knew you on the old forum. I do know the name looked familiar on this forum, so I must've known you somehow. No worries, though. Many don't remember my name from the old forum anymore.

    CI: You seem pretty cool to me. I mean, I've seen you in the forum games, but I admit that I still don't know you as well as I probably should. (Most likely because I spend (usually) an hour at most on here now).

 

4. FI: I guess I thought he was more of a quiet person who kinda kept to himself. My memory might be failing, but I feel like he did not post as much back when I first came to know of him...or he posted a lot more in sections of the forum that I didn't frequent. Also, it took me forever to realize that his ava is a picture of Izaya. 

    CI: Again, probably just me, but he seems to have changed a lot since OMF 2.0 (but I do not use "changed" in a negative way, mind you!). I was surprised when he stepped up to lead QT (I don't know why). He can be a harsh critic at times, but I do not always find this to be a bad thing. Life needs critique and criticism to better itself. Also, his witty banter with WZ in the SoT can be quite amusing.

 

5. It was funny...but now he might not have any questions for me! Haha.

 

1. Top 10 favorite manga? (Whether you elaborate on them is your choice) All-time favorite? If you can only read one manga for the rest of your life which would it be?

 

2. 5 manga you would totally recommend for everyone? (may or may not be among those in question 1)

 

3. Top 5 male manga characters? 5 female? (be it because of badassery, trolling prowess, boobs, sexual presence, development, depth, appearance, abilities, power, intelligence etc.)

Top 5 characters of each of the Big3 you do read? (so 5 each)

 

4. You can choose 3 mangaka to make the greatest manga of all time, who would you choose? Who do what?

For example: 1 does art, 1 does storyline and character development, 1 is responsible for a specific task like comedy OR you can have 2 do art (1 draws characters, the other draws background, for example) and all 3 do storyline etc. It's up to you.

 

5. Top 5 favorite abilities/powers from manga?

 

1. Oh boy...this goes way back. (Strangely, I don't read manga anymore...). Let's see...this is in no particular order, just as I remember them. 

 

1. Fairy Tail  |    2. Special A  |  3. Dengeki Daisy  |  4. Naruto  |  5. Fullmetal Alchemist  |  6. Vampire Knight     | 7. Bleach    | 8. Fruits Basket   | 9. InuYasha    | 10. Ranma 1/2

 

As you can see just from this sample, I enjoy a wide mix of shonen/shojo and popular/lesser-known (although most are on the more popular side). I tend to prefer stories and plots that showcase 75% action and 25% romance. Overly romantic stories are just no fun because there is no action of forwarding of the plot (my opinion) but a story without a love interest just feels unrealistic. 

 

My all-time favorite...I guess would have to be InuYasha. This was one of the first manga I ever read and the second anime I ever saw (the first one being Sailor Moon). I absolutely adore Miroku and Sango (they are two of my favorite characters of all time...along with Hiccup and Astrid). The story was good too...although, the constant regeneration of Naraku always tended to get on my nerves.

 

If I could read one manga for the rest of my life...well, that would be Fairy Tail. Why? Because it's going to take me that long just to catch up! I'm so far behind with that one. Every time I tell myself to read it, I read one or two, maybe three, chapters and then I put it down for months...and that puts me another 100+ chapters behind...again.

 

2. One manga that I would definitely recommend is Special A. It is shojo, but it's actually quite good. Another would be Dengeki Daisy. Those two feel similar to me, but they are so underrated! My third recommendation would be The World God Only Knows. Though a little more well-known than the first two, it's actually surprisingly a good read...and I hear it's ending soon. I'm also behind on that one. Two more that I really liked at one time are Chobits and Ultra Maniac. Both are also shoujo and very short. I believe they each have 5 volumes to complete the series. ... All my recommendations are shojo, but I don't really read any underrated/lesser-known shonen...at least, I can't think of any that I liked enough to recommend. 

 

3. Top 5 male characters --> 5. Minato Namikaze (we knew this one was coming, right?)--> I really don't have to specify why I love this guy. He's Minato! 4. Natsu Dragneel --> I love his spunk and, even though he's often compared to Luffy, I think he's hilarious...and he actually sounds good in the dubbed anime. That's a first! 3. Miroku --> Once again, his dubbed voice is actually quite good. Plus, I like watching his character and personality change throughout the series. 2 --> Toshiro Hitsugaya --> Good thing this list isn't ranked because he would be a bit lower. I don't know why I like him...or, well, did at one time. 1 --> Kyo Sohma --> This guy's personality...but really he's soft on the inside. Besides, he's the cat. What's not to love about that?

 

Top 5 female characters --> 5. Sango (InuYasha) --> Just gonna get that one out of the way. She is my favorite character in that manga/anime 4. Erza Scarlet (Fairy Tail) --> I think her requip power is pretty neat. 3. Ukyo (Ranma) --> She's the precursor to Sango, so, naturally, I would like her. 2. Kuro (Kurokami/Black God) --> Had to really think and I forgot her name, but I really liked that show. Never really got into the manga, though. 1. Tohru Honda (Fruits Basket) --> I didn't like her at first, but her character grew on me after awhile.

 

Top 5 Bleach characters: 5. Toshiro Hitsugaya   |   4. Momo Hinamori    |    3. Ichigo Kurosaki    |   2. Uryuu Ishida    |  1. Renji Abarai

Top 5 Naruto characters: 5. Minato Namikaze     |   4. Sasuke Uchiha      |    3. Shikamaru Nara      |    2. Gaara      |     1. Temari

Top 5 Fairy Tail characters (adding this one since I don't read OP): 5. Natsu Dragneel      |   4. Erza Scarlet     |  3. Loke      |  2. Virgo      |   1. Aquarius

 

4. To create the greatest manga ever (in my opinion), we'd first need Rumiko Takahashi, Hiro Mashima, and Natsuki Takaya. Each would complete their own assigned tasks. Takahashi would be assigned to create the overall plotline. Recall that I prefer 75% action and 25% romance. Takahashi would be tasked with creating the action. Mashima would be our artist. The manga would be drawn in the style of Fairy Tail and Rave Master...but more so Fairy Tail. Finally, Takaya (known for penning Fruits Basket) will be responsible for adding the romance. It may seem that her job would be easiest, but she would need to make sure the moments were just right because romance does not solve everything and mistimed/misplaced romance can be a turn-off (at least to me).

 

5. Top 5 ablities/powers:  5. Alchemy (FMA)   |  4. Celestial Magic (Fairy Tail)    |  3. Flying Thunder God Jutsu (Naruto)    |  2. Time-Travel (InuYasha)    |  1. Requip Magic (Fairy Tail)

 

 

1. When you create a story you add a mundane idea with an extraordinary one. Let's imagine your life is the mundane idea and you are the protagonist. What sort of extraordinary idea would you inject into your life to make it interesting?

 

2. Now that we have a setting for our story, take all of your problems and troubles in life as well as your personal conflicts and doubts and personify them. What is your antagonist like?

 

3. An antagonist is a character who is meant to compliment the protagonist and vice versa. The antagonist exploits the protagonists weaknesses - how do they exploit you?

 

4. A protagonist is a character who overcomes their flaws and an antagonist is a character who succumbs to them. What do you do to overcome your weaknesses and how does the antagonist fall to their own?

 

5. Now that the story is over, what immediate changes do you see for yourself and your life in this world? What long term changes are there?

 

and if we're allowed to please ask more

 

6. First and current impressions of me

 

 

I knew this question would be coming and I hope that I can do it justice without sounding lame because it is an awesome question! I'm a writer by nature, so this may get a bit outrageous. Also, it's after 2AM here, so my mind is going crazy (since I've worked both my jobs today).

 

1. An extraordinary idea that I would add to my mundane life is one for which we all wish. This story of life would take place in a world where time was infinite. Clocks have long since been obsolete. Life is by the body; when it gets too old to go on, it no longer does. The rising and falling of the sun still exists but merely as a reminder of when to sleep (and because there is no clocks, there are no alarms, so the body wakes naturally with the rising sun). 

 

2. Our antagonist comes in the form of a well-dressed business person. I'm thinking more like Kate Winslet's character from the new Divergent movie. This person seeks to end the infinite time and return the word to one of times and deadlines. She tires of this word where work is judged by the worker; when the worker feels as those work is complete, they leave. She feels the current world is not properly structured and will soon crumble. The only way to prevent such a future is to return to the practice of keeping time with clocks and watches. 

 

3. Our antagonist has a pretty substantial group of followers and our protagonist feels overwhelmed by this successful businesswoman. Why? Because the protagonist is still new to the world and is trying to figure out his/her place in it. Additionally, the protagonist is a loner with few friends to help him/her out. How can he/she ever stand up to such a woman? No matter how much the protagonist tries to keep pace with this woman, he/she can never catch up. There's always another step and this evil woman always seems to be just out of reach.

 

4. To overcome his/her flaws, our protagonist branches out and begins to make connections with other successful people who do not wish to see the infinite time become lost. Along the way, our protagonist learns that making these connections is the way our antagonist came to be the way she is and why she is now so powerful. If they can weaken those connections, they realize, they can succeed and the world of infinite time will continue. This is the way the antagonist eventually falls. The protagonist and his/his friends create a domino effect, convincing one person after another that this world, a world of infinite time, is for the best, that there is no need to return to the world of days past. Finally, the last "domino" falls and the antagonist is overthrown and removed from her position of power.

 

5. Each day I see more and more changes. I have already changed from the person I was in high school. Every day, I become a little more outspoken. I used to be quiet and kept to myself (like the protagonist in the story). I have seen firsthand the power of connections, so I try to make more friends everyday. Also, now that I work as a substitute teacher, each day that I am in schools, I try different methods for instruction and classroom management which I feel will benefit as I move towards finding something more permanent. As for my other job, I continue to take on more tasks there. Out of the 6 different tasks that can be worked, I know (and actively work) 4 of them each week.

 

As for long-term changes, those will continue to come as I strive for that full-time classroom teacher position. With each interview, I take more notes and I make more revelations about "what i could've done better". I'm always using my substitute teaching opportunities to  benefit me in the long-run because, even if I work several years at that, I am continuing to learn and I feel that I will be a better teacher through my experiences as a substitute. Other long-term changes I hope to see in the future would be to find 'that one special person" for my life and to settle down and begin a family...but there's plenty of time for that.

 

... 

 

Writing the story was a lot of fun. Hopefully, as I said, my answer does justice to the idea because it is awesome.

 

6. FI: Again, I'm certain that I recall seeing you on OMF 2.0, but I do not remember much about that...meaning, I guess I found you average. Just another poster on the forums.

    CI: You're a pretty cool person...and very creative. I loved the story question. I didn't know how I felt about it at first, but once I started, it was easy to go overboard (hope I didn't too much!). Anyway, I might be confusing you with someone else, but you're a good artist? I thought I recalled you entering some of the contests on here. If not, I apologize, it's bordering 3 AM and i probably should have been asleep hours ago. You also seem like an easy person to talk with (although, I'm pretty sure I've only really "talked" with you in forum games).

 

Do you lift?

 

Are you pear shaped?

 

How much do you weigh?

 

What's your ideal weight?

 

Do you have a bubble butt?

 

Ah...appearance questions. Guess I should have expected those would come since I haven't posted a pic in the pic thread for awhile. Haha.

 

1. Actually, I do not. That might have something to do with why I'm kinda small for my age.

 

2. I haven't checked in awhile so I'll have to guess, but I think it was somewhere around 160 lbs last time I checked (which was at the doctor's office; I never freely step onto a scale). 

 

3. My ideal weight would probably be about 30 lbs less than what I currently weight. That would be about average.

 

4. I do not (Thank god!), but I do know people who do. One was my roommate from last year and another was a co-worker that no longer works at my store. 

 

 

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Well, that was fun and good for a first start. I'm usually online at nights, but if I get time during the day, I'll be back. Ask me as many questions as you'd like and as often as you wish. I'll answer at my earliest convenience. Thanks again! Until next time...!


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Posted 29 March 2014 - 07:44 AM

1. Ideal traits in a romantic partner? Answer in terms of: Sexuality (PG-13 ofc), living partner, and just general personality/physique.



2. Favorite cultures you admire? Worst cultures you despair at? Why?



3. All money/salaries equal, what profession/career/life hobby would you take up? What about as it stands, but if you had the opportunity?



4. Reasons to join OMF? What would it take to make you leave? What do you think will in the end make you leave?



5. Is it possible to have a world without money?



6. With all the talk about data privacy, I ask: will there come a day when data (historcal or real time) may become public, much like works of literature, science and some patents, are (think Library of Congress)?



7. Describe your favorite night life location (club, bar, restaurant, beach, theater, run down mansion/warehouse). Include details about environment, ambiance, type of people there, etc.



8. First and current impressions of me?



9. Favorite OMF users? Least favorite? Why?



10. What separates you from the crowd?

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Another night and I'm back to answer your questions. Like last night, my answers will display in blue color so that they stand out. Hopefully this second post proves to be just as interesting and informative as the first one. :)

 

 

1. Ideal traits in a romantic partner? Answer in terms of: Sexuality (PG-13 ofc), living partner, and just general personality/physique.



2. Favorite cultures you admire? Worst cultures you despair at? Why?



3. All money/salaries equal, what profession/career/life hobby would you take up? What about as it stands, but if you had the opportunity?



4. Reasons to join OMF? What would it take to make you leave? What do you think will in the end make you leave?



5. Is it possible to have a world without money?



6. With all the talk about data privacy, I ask: will there come a day when data (historcal or real time) may become public, much like works of literature, science and some patents, are (think Library of Congress)?



7. Describe your favorite night life location (club, bar, restaurant, beach, theater, run down mansion/warehouse). Include details about environment, ambiance, type of people there, etc.



8. First and current impressions of me?



9. Favorite OMF users? Least favorite? Why?



10. What separates you from the crowd?

 

1. First off, in terms of sexuality, my ideal romantic partner would be of the opposite gender. I am 100% straight (I took a quiz that proved this...although, it kinda failed...a lot). Continuing on...my ideal romantic partner would be someone who is not afraid to slow down and take things at my pace. I'm very slow to open up to people (which is why I have not had many serious significant others to-date). Before even agreeing to date, I prefer to have known the person and gradually worked toward a solid friendship. Friendship is the solid core of a relationship. If we can't be friends, we would never work well as a couple. Then, before living with such a person, I would prefer if we have successfully been in a steady relationship for several years. This pacing thing tends to be a turn-off to many potential romantic partners, though, which is kinda sad, but I'd rather take it slow and be happy than go quickly and find that it's not the right fit for either of us.

 

As for personality and physique, I believe that matters of the heart are not always based on looks. However, I would prefer that I find some personal attraction in the person. I won't even begin to describe how I find attraction because the heart works in strange ways. Personality-wise, I like down-to-earth and caring people who aren't afraid to go out of their way to add their own romantic touch to classic ideas. I want someone who I can easily talk to about anything, someone I can call or text or message late at night if I need and they are not upset but, instead, are ready to stay up as long as it takes to talk through and help as needed. 

 

Jokingly, I say that my significant other should be ready to sing duets with me, but, hey, that would be a plus! :) Especially duets from popular soundtracks and songs. 

 

2. Cultures...hmm...

 

Well, the first culture I admire is clearly the Japanese culture. I wouldn't be here if I didn't as manga is just one of the many aspects of it. I absolutely adore the language as well and I would love to learn to read it. Multiple times I have tried to sit down and learn it, but...I have yet to successfully achieve anything. Maybe someday. 

 

Next I'll also state my admiration for American culture. Having been born and raised here, this culture makes up part of who am I and I experience it everyday. Without it, I truly would not be me.

 

Another culture I admire is German culture. Though I never had the opportunity to live there (my parents lived there several years before I came to be), I've always felt a connection to it. Sometimes we would speak German at home and that got me interested in the language. I took German in high school and in the later years (junior and senior, in particular), classes were focused mainly on the culture. The culminating assignment at the end was a trip to Germany to speak the language and immerse ourselves in the culture. It was a wonderful experience and I can't wait to go back someday.

 

Moving onto despair, there's really only one that I can think of and it's one that I come in contact with a lot around here where I live. That would be the Amish culture. I guess the idea of living without modern amenities makes me feel sad, but those people are probably better off for it. However, you don't know true pain until you are in a hurry and get behind one of their horse-drawn carriages in an area that is impassible (such as driving up a hill or around a blind bend in the road). Trust me, it's happened a lot to me on my commutes to university. Not pleasant!

 

3. If all monies/salaries were equal, I would make my living as a published author, just as a published author. Currently, I like to write (and hopefully publish someday) on the side, but unless you're awesome like J.K. Rowling or Suzanne Collins, that's not gonna pull in enough money to sustain a family and a healthy life. As it stands, as much as I enjoy teaching, I would resort back to the plan I formed in middle school. I would study to be an airline pilot. I always thought that would be an amazing job! However, my math and science skills are lacking and not up to par with where they'd need to be for such a job. That's why I'm aiming to have a full-time job teaching English someday in the future.

 

4. Originally, I joined OMF because I was bored. I was a high school senior who had recently received a shiny new laptop. For years, I had read manga on the site and I'd recently begun to lurk the Naruto spoiler thread (not the discussion one, though) on my LG Dare phone (how times have changed!). However, as I've stayed, I've made some pretty great friends here and what keeps me coming back to this site over all the other forums I signed up on afterwards is the sense of community we have here. There are some members whom I feel as if I've known my whole life even though I've not yet met them in person. It truly is amazing. :)

 

I honestly thought I was going to leave when we switched over to this site. It had so many bells and whistles and I preferred the simplicity of the vBulletin platform. I think what would contribute to my leaving the site would be if all my friends finally stopped signing on and the forums became overrun with usernames I didn't recognize. It can sometimes be hard for me to open up and accept new people (this is more so offline, though) and that's what I would have to do if such a circumstance ever happened.

 

In reality, though, I think what would make me finally leave the site will be my life offline. Already, I have seen myself leave for months at a time (back when I was in university) to be able to juggle all my schoolwork. When I finally get a full-time teaching job, get married, and start a family, that will probably be enough to keep me busy (but I guess that's not to say that I won't find a half an hour or so to show up every now and then). 

 

5. I'm gonna say no. Though money is considered "the root of all evil", having a system where everything has a price keeps the world in line. Without money, there is nothing stopping someone from walking into a store and taking everything in it. Hey, why not? It's free! All it takes is one or two people doing just that before the majority of the world is reduced to a state of poverty. Sure there are a lot of stores, but if only a few people can clear out a store, there would never be enough to accommodate everyone in the area. Plus, stores would never be able to keep up with the demand. Inevitably, as soon as a new order comes in, it would be gone. Personally, as much trouble as money can be, we really need it to keep our world running smoothly. 

 

6. Honestly, I think yes. The way I see it, we've already begun to head that way. One life lesson learned in university nowadays is to never post anything on social media sites that you will later regret having posted. Even with the most advanced privacy settings, posts can still be found and read. Even after being deleted, posts can still be traced. Once it's posted, it's out there forever. I, personally, see this as the first step to publicly view-able data records.

 

7. To answer this question, I first have to emphasize how very few public nightlife locations we have in my area. I do not live in a big city and the nightclubs/bars nearby are located in a very dangerous area. Seriously, there's always news of shootings there. Also, though I live close to a college town, there's not much there either. That city's known more for its car shows than its college. 

 

Anyway, there are some places I like to go out to after dark. In my area, we have two drive-in theaters. They are really great places and I enjoy spending summer weekend nights there. In fact, I may go see How To Train Your Dragon 2 at one of them this summer. Maybe. I like traditional theaters too. These places are located in rural areas (very rural) with a few houses nearby and they are family-friendly. Mainly families with young children go there, but it's still fun. 

 

Lately, I've been working more overnights at my job, so I'll put that down too. I work at a 24-hour, 7 days a week grocery store right off two major highways. At that time of the night, we have the stock crew there (and boy are they a crowd! Wow!). We don't get all that many customers between 2AM and 5AM. However, I have checked out some traveling foreigners, either stopping briefly off the highway or from one of the couple hotels nearby that walk or drive down and realize we stay open all night. 

 

Sadly, I don't go out all that much. The only other places would be the local movie theaters and shopping mall. The theaters (we've got three of them that I choose between) are located in the city and the people there vary based on what movie I'm seeing and when. The mall is located just outside of town and off the same major highway that runs by my grocery store. At the times I go to the mall, I sometimes see families, but I tend to see a lot of old ladies who walk the mall for exercise.

 

8. FI: Pretty much the same as all the others. I tend not to judge much before I get to know anyone. However, I do recall thinking that I wouldn't get to know you all that way because you posted most often in the One Piece section and I do not read that series...and I never will read it.

 

CI: Well, we've definitely talked more than I expected to back when the first impressions were made. Also, you were one of the few to remember my OMF 2.0 name without me saying...which is truly impressive! You seem to be a pretty cool guy...judging from the pics I've seen in the pics thread (general chit-chat forum) which I lurk in and don't post in anymore. I very vaguely remember a picture (and I think you posted it) of someone in one of those mechanized industrial box crushers. I forget the name of those machines. It probably wasn't you. I have a horrible memory sometimes. XD

 

9. I shall start with my favorite OMF members.

 

--kikyou_e: We've been friends since OMF 2.0 and we share a lot of the same interests. I honestly wish she lived closer to me because I would love to meet her!

 

--Kurapika: His themes always interest me and, even though we didn't get along all that way at first, he can be pretty cool to talk with. Not to mention that he only lives a few hours from me. Compared to some members on here, that's not all that far away.

 

--AYAME: She's an excellent moderator, very nice, and super helpful. I know that I can always go to her if I have questions about running the Short Story Contest. :)

 

Now, I have very few least favorite members. In fact, I can only really think of one at the moment.

 

--All_Overboard: Now, we used to be really good friends, but one day he just started to shut me out. (This sounds like Frozen). Yeah, literally, we would text and IM and we had multiple means of communication and now he doesn't answer any of them. He never kept promises he made me either. It just didn't work out too well, I guess.

 

10. If I want to be truly honest, nothing. I'm completely ordinary. However, I have a drive, a very strong passion, to someday stand out. Everyday I work at improving my God-given talents, such as writing and vocal talent, in hopes that my abilities will one day set me apart from the crowd of everyday people. I know that wasn't much of an answer, but it's the honest truth.

 

 

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1. Surprisingly, that would be Frozen. What really got to me was the ending where...

 

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I almost started tearing up at the movie theater and that rarely happens. 

 

2. I have one sibling, a younger sister. We are complete opposites. My sister acts very much like Princess Anna from Frozen. She's overly dramatic. She is also very rebellious and that was a stage my family was not ready for when she entered it several years ago. Though we are opposites, we do get along fairly well, all things considered. 

 

3. I'm gonna be old-school here and say the original Playstation system. So many wonderful memories of days spent playing that all afternoon. My favorite game was Crash Bandicoot. My sister and I would play it together because she always seemed to be able to beat the levels that I couldn't. XD

 

4. This is a topic I have actually explored in my stories. Some believe dreams are a manifestation of our wishes or experiences from that day. Personally, I feel they are much more than that. I believe this world is made up of several realms. Our passing days are spent in the World of the Living. Dreams have their own and smaller realm known as The Dream World. It's a small realm and, therefore, only half of those in the World of the Living can be there are any given time, hence why half the world is in darkness (night) while the other is in light (day). There is a thin membrane of a realm between them, the state of Limbo, where you are partly awake and partly asleep. Not a place you want to be stuck in for long amounts of time. Trust me, I'd know! My belief, then, is that dreams come to be from our adventures in The Dream World. I also believe that any communications between two or more people in dreams are also real. Like, I have had dreams of telling my crush that I love them. My belief is the conversation did happen, but they just don't remember it as I do.

 

I started writing a story about all this recently (and I should really get back to it someday) that details this much better than I just did. Maybe I'll publish that story someday.

 

5.Either way, I would have to leave some parts of the world to my own imagination, so I would say deaf. As much as I love music and hearing the talents of voice actors, I would rather be able to see the world around me and not require assistance from others to get from point A to point B. I'm a very independent person who is often too proud to ask for help. If I was deaf, I could make it through life on my own without needing help.

 

6. I guess my most controversial opinion would be my opinion on gay marriage. I won't go too much into detail so I can save that for your later question about that. I will say, though, that I tend to go against the grain for the most part about that.

 

7. There are some days when I believe that there is a judgment and we go to either Heaven or Hell. I am a born-again Christian and this is the idea that my church emphasizes. However, there are other days when I believe in reincarnation. These are days when I just can't accept that life is a "once and done" story. Either way, I try to live each day to the fullest. Though I realize that, as is taught in my church, all our days were planned out eons in advance, I still feel that there is a definite reason why we are not to know the final outcome. That is so we can make our own decisions and judgments. If we already were to know what was to happen, life would not be as exciting and eventful. 

 

8. From my father, I have inherited my intelligence. With it, I did well in school and have worked to hone my writing skills and ability to create interesting stories that others enjoy reading.  From my mother, I have inherited my pride. We both tend to be too proud to accept help or ask for assistance and, even, to admit our wrongs and shortcomings. 

 

9. As I said, my opinion tends to differ from most. Most agree to it. I, however, don't care either way about it. Sure, it's not right to refuse marriage if two people love each other, regardless of their genders. However, I prefer not to publicly see two gay people together. I'm 100% straight and I just get weirded out by things that are outside my idea of normal. Plus, gay marriage is still illegal where I live and I don't really see it changing all that quickly, so it's technically against the law and I'm not a rule-breaker...and I don't like seeing the rules being broken either.

 

10. I am both for and against abortion. The part of me that's for abortion goes out to those who were raped and had gotten pregnant as a result. It isn't right that those woman should have to live with such consequences for something they did not do or want to have happen to them. However, I feel that if they are going to abort the pregnancy, they should do it very early on before development of the fetus progresses much further. The part of me that is against abortion goes out to those foolish middle- and high-school students who get pregnant because they wish to experiment with sex. In this case, that was their choice and my belief is, then, that they must live with their consequences. Abortion is a very difficult subject to debate, but I know my beliefs and standings on the matter are completely clear.

 

11. My favorite branch of natural science is definitely Biology. I loved learning about genetics because they are what make us all so different and it's kinda fun to trace them throughout generations. I also liked observing cells under the microscope. In fact, I just enjoyed learning about cells in general. There really is not a topic of Biology that I did not enjoy.

 

12. My favorite of the social sciences is Psychology. I just find it fascinating that scientists have studied the mind and made all these observations about why we do the things that we do. Psychology, in my observations, deals with all these matters that we just do automatically without even thinking about it. Like, conditioning where we, over time, train ourselves to act in certain ways. Or the way that we use memory techniques for our short- and long-term memories. That was one of my favorite classes in the spring of my freshman year at university. 

 

13. I guess my biggest concern is that I grow old alone. As I said up in the earlier answers, I prefer to take my time when getting to know someone that might become a potential love interest. However, many are all too eager to rush into a relationship and are turned off when I ask to keep things slow. I'm just afraid that I'll never find the person I'm truly meant to be with and that's not how i want life to go. I do want to marry someday and I do want to have kids someday, but I just want to feel ready first.

 

14. One complement that I used to receive a lot in school and still sometimes hear at my job(s) is "You are an excellent and hard-working individual" or some similar wording. I was always more of an independent person. Even when we were allowed to work on classwork with a partner in the class, i would just work by myself and, while most of those other students had to finish the day's work for homework, I would just be sitting there reading my manga for the rest of the class period. Also, at my grocery store job, I take on many of the front-end tasks (cashier, bagger, self-checkout attendant, and gas station attendant). There are some days where I run around that store like a crazy person and the management staff complement me for all that I do for them, for the customers, and for the business itself.

 

15. I write a lot, but it is my original works (as opposed to my fanfictions) that are really my favorites. I like them because I know that I came up with the story line and characters all on my own instead of, in fanfictions, just branching off a plot with already-developed characters. Two of my favorite original writings (because I couldn't choose just one) are my stories "Dream Sequence" and "Dream Catcher" (I think that was the title). The first was based on a series of recurring dreams I was having about this high-school aged boy who is on the run from these strange people. It's inspired, also, by a mix of many shows and books that I enjoyed at the time. The second title (which I need to remember what it was actually called) is the one I mentioned in my reply about the dreams (see answer 4). 

 

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Well, that didn't take quite as long as last night, but, hey, I like to really think out my answers. I feel that makes this much more enjoyable and provides everyone with more in-depth insight about who I am.

 

I think that's it for now. I look forward to any and all questions that you still have for me to answer. Until next time...! :)


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A true writer must always have a sharpened pencil handy. I learned that life lesson the hard way! Anyway...hello again, everyone. I am back and ready for the third night of questions! I guess this is one of those rare occasions where I don't actually need a pencil, but I like the gif image as a sign of preparation for awesome things to come. 

 

Without any further ado, I bring you my answers to the newest set of questions. Answers are, again, displayed in blue font color. Enjoy! :)

 

 

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1. I think the field of applied science that will be most influential over the next century will be medical science. This century saw a lot of advancement in computer science and I believe that has been beneficial in shaping our society of today. With each passing day, our research teams continue to study diseases and other health issues. It is my belief that, someday, we will see cures to currently-untreatable conditions. It wasn't all that long ago when many of the illness that we have vaccines for now (such as polio and tuberculosis) were not yet treatable. Personally, I hope to someday see a cure for diabetes. I lost both of my grandmothers to this disease early in my life (I never met my mother's mother and my father's mother died due to complications when I was 8). Diabetes runs in my family and my father and one of my uncles currently have it. My sister and I are next in line in the generations to be diagnosed and, being genetically prone, it is a scary thought, but advances toward a cure have been more promising from what I have heard and read.

 

2. I like this question. I had two that I narrowed it down to, but it is this one that I decided to share. As a kid, I spent my first 8 years living in my state's third largest city. Not the most ideal living place. There was no room to run around and play freely, but many places and parks were a close walk away as were a majority of my friends' houses. Well, there was this one summer afternoon and my sister and I and my mom were all home. It was raining and my sister and I were bored because we could not be outside in our super-small fenced-in yard. The rain stopped a few hours before my dad got home from work and my mom went outside to get the mail, I think. She called me and my sister outside and we saw this huge rainbow stretching across the sky over our street. We'd never seen one before and it was so nice! Then, a second rainbow, smaller and fainter, appeared behind it. I'll never forget that.

 

3. For the most part, I am not a rulebreaker. However, I cannot agree with my state's new "no texting while driving" law. The law states that it's only legal to text and drive while the car is in park. I get that the law was created to save lives, but I've been able to text while stopped at red lights without killing anyone...or, more so, causing an accident. I just feel that if the majority of drivers were smarter, this law would never have needed to be made.

 

4. Other than the always have a sharpened pencil lesson I mentioned at the start of this post? ;) ... I guess one that I learned is to trust no one. We live in a harsh society where trust can be deceived so easily. I'm not saying that is always the case, but I've learned to be cautious. I said in my last post about romantic partners and preferring to take my time and not rush into anything. This is yet one of the reasons why. If I'm going to love someone, I have to know I can trust them first. Also, I work at a grocery store and I can't tell you how many customers use tactics to get their products at lower prices than what is marked. Sometimes it is genuine, but we have some regulars that seriously bend the rules...and our management just lets it pass! Trust is earned, not given. That is what I've come to learn.

 

5. I think a good deal of who we are is shaped by our environment. Genetics predispose us to certain conditions; they determine our natural looks and behaviors. Genetics, in essence, provide the base and our environment then works to shape us further from there. In fact, I have a few examples that I can think of...most are about me, but not all. As I said, I spent my first 8 years living in a city and attending an inner-city, bilingual elementary school. When I moved to the country, I did not fit in because I still acted like a city kid. It took several years before I would finally find my place within my new school. In middle school, I had this really close friend who moved to an inner-city. She went through the same things as me. We recently reconnected on Facebook and I barely even recognize her anymore. She has changed that much. Finally, a slice-of-life from high school. The group I hung out with throughout much of high school years could be considered "gothic". They dressed in black, listened to Evanescence, all that. As time passed, I started to do it too. I wore all black and listened to Evanescence. I didn't go all out, but it still drove my parents nuts. If I'd never hung out with them, I would never have done any of those things. Hence, the environment shaped me. I don't do that anymore because, after graduation, we kinda went our separate ways...for the most part. 

 

6. Well, by this point, I was expecting a world similar to The Jetsons (...yes, I'm old and still remember that cartoon). On a serious note, I think it won't be extremely different tham the world we see today. I highly doubt there will be flying cars (although, it would be cool to have them!). In fact, if anything, I think that, with all this emphasis on "going green", everything will be more environmentally friendly. Already, I've heard talk at my grocery store that there will soon be a charge to pack groceries in plastic bags. Even my parents who love plastic bags, have invested in reusable bags that they take to the store. Instead of flying cars, i see more electric ones (thus, rendering gas station obsolete). In fact, I'd probably be disappointed if the world was not more eco-friendly within 300 years.

 

7. I've always been fascinated by Marvel's Iron Man, so I'd probably choose to have his suit because I love all the gadgets that come with it...and I'd love to fly in it. If I had such power, I would definitely use it to better society. Everyday there are minor problems that often go overlooked by the general public and those not involved. If I had an Iron Man suit, I would find a way to use it to help with such problems.

 

8. As morbid as it sounds, I would choose the dystopian genre. I just find it fascinating because the societies in these stories (The Hunger Games, Divergent, etc.) rise from the ashes of great and terrible wars. The settings are designed to feel as though it could someday happen in our future if we do not fix our current society now while there is still time. Books in this genre just captivate my attention and I have trouble putting them down.

 

9. My favorite vacation was one I took in summer of 2011. My family and I took a 5-day cruise to Bermuda and back. It was so pretty there and I'd never been on a cruise before, so that was a great experience. To keep the memory fresh, I even wrote a fanfic about my vacation. A dream vacation for me would be to spend a week in Japan. I've been overseas (to Germany), but I've never been to Asia and it would be a great experience. I'd love to spend some time immersed in the Japanese culture.

 

10. This question is very deep! I'll have to think about this one. For my views, I'd actually never really thought about it before now. I guess, metaphysically, I take a more realistic standpoint. I tend to see things as they are, realistically. Morally, I can see where there would be times when an anti-realist standpoint is best. I don't really know how to describe it. I mean, it makes perfect sense in my head...but then I try to put it into words...

 

11. I used to love games (board games, card games). In the afternoons, we'd always play some type of game, especially when we lived in the city because there really was not much else to do.

 

12. I would want to be a cat. Seriously, I've watched my cat and she literally does nothing all day. After living this life where i work two jobs and rarely have any time to just chill and relax, it sounds quite appealing to be a house cat and have everything handed to me without putting in much effort. I'm a horribly lazy person...

 

13. One would be Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Another would be Hildegard von Bingen. The third would probably be Galileo Galilei. Since the majority are known best as novelists, writing would definitely be a popular discussion topic along with German culture as Goethe and Hildegard are both German. I chose Galileo because I've always been fascinated by space science/Astronomy and I'd love to ask him why he chose to study the heavens and discuss his discoveries. 

 

14. Unfortunately, I feel as though our economy and deficit is severely out-of-control and it would take a lot to fix it. I'm not much of a politician, but I would probably try to find a way to create new jobs. I know this has been done, but we need working-class people to pay taxes if we even want to hope to fix the mess we have found ourselves in. Besides, it would be great to see the number of unemployed citizens lower once again. 

 

15. Oh man...just two. That's tough! I guess that I would choose my sister and my best friend. As great as it would be to travel with fictional characters of famous people, I'm a person who prefers close company and spending time with people i know well. I chose these two because we're all close in age so our interests about what to do along the way would be more similar. Overall, I just feel it would be more enjoyable with these two along for the ride.

 

16. I would choose to live in Italy. This ties into the food question, but I live on pasta and pizza...and garlic bread. Not really, but I do enjoy it. Also, I've seen pictures and I find the cities to be quite picturesque. Also, I've taken a few years of Spanish, so it shouldn't be too hard to pick up on the Italian language since the roots are the same. 

 

17. If you couldn't guess, my favorite type is Italian. One of my favorite restaurants ever is Olive Garden. From the Italian cuisine, I'm into pasta and pizza. I've actually become quite good at taking a simple bowl of pasta and sprucing it up with various sauces and spices to create something unique. 

 

18. I would sing! ... Actually, that would take weeks/months to prepare. Instead, I'd probably showcase my writing talent. I've seen videos on YouTube of authors/poets giving live readings of their works. I'd probably do something similar to that (complete with voice talent, since I do aspire to be a voice actor someday). 

 

19. One thing is that I would like to raise a family (by that broad term, I mean "get married" and "have kids" but I did not feel like making that two different things). Second, as I said in the last answer, I would like to get into voice acting. Even if I only play a secondary character or hold one lead role ever, I want to be able to say that I accomplished that goal. Lastly, I would like to travel the world. If I can't fully accomplish that, I would like to at least say that I could make it to visit all 50 states.

 

I think the first thing is easy to accomplish...even with my strange need to take things slowly before committing to anything. The second might be a little tougher. I have heard stories of people who walked into a voice acting gig, but my guess is that I would probably need to go back to school to study voice...and i need money to do that first. Finally, I think I could accomplish my goal to, at least, make it to all 50 states. I've been to many already. If I can accomplish goal one (family) and I have someone to travel with, it'd be really fun.

 

20. I'm going to say the cellphone. I took a look through a list of inventions and found it interesting that the cellphone was actually invented in 1973. I would've never guessed that! Anyway, I chose the cellphone because, as I continued to look down the list I was amazed by how many other inventions are now functions found on (smart!) cellphones. Some that stick out to me are GPS, mp3 players/digital music. Not to mention that cellphones have opened the world up to accessibility. By having one, someone can get hold of someone else without waiting for them to come home and return the call. Plus, those like me who have telephobia, can just send a quick text message instead. In some ways, that can be faster. Though I think some people use their phones stupidly, I still think it was one of the most significant inventions of all time.

 

21. This is going to be quite a list...just a fair warning.

 

Marching Band (1-4): I loved this activity. It was time-consuming and it drained participants of all physical and mental strength. The instructor ran it like a drill team. You know what, though, I couldn't have imagined doing anything else. I even went on to participate for four more years at my university.

 

Concert Band (1-4): I loved band! I can't express that enough. Band is my life. XD

 

Symphonic Winds (4): My high school's audition-only band. I loved this band...I just wish I could've made it in earlier than my senior year of high school...

 

Orchestra (1-4): In addition to band, I played strings. For the first two years, I liked orchestra. Then, in my junior year, I realized that I had learned nothing new since middle school and taking this was a waste of time. By senior year, I was just taking it for a GPA boost. I gave up orchestra between high school and college.

 

Anime Club (2-4): This club was formed toward the end of my freshman year. I joined with a lot of friends in sophomore year. This was the best way to spend an hour after-school each Thursday. When i think back on high school, this is one of the things I miss most.

 

Key Club (3): Some friends convinced me to try this community service group. I didn't really like the way it was run and, thus, only did it for junior year. My senior year was kinda busy anyway.

 

22. My viewpoints stand most closely as a mix of ideals from Keynesian and Austrian. However, to narrow it down to one, I'd say I'd agree more with the Keynesian school.

 

23. Hmm...tough one. There's been many. I guess, to pick one, I liked Greg's QT. Before, I'd always seen him as this mysterious person (and I didn't expect him to actually answer questions) but it turned out to be quite informative...and entertaining too.

 

24. That would be Allegiant. I liked it...until I got to the end. I'm sure a lot of readers have said that, but...seriously...how can you end an awesomely epic book series that way?! D:

 

25. If I had to pick one, I would choose Christmas. My favorite way to celebrate...well, that would be the way my family celebrates it, but I shall elaborate, starting with Christmas Eve. Christmas Eve, I usually work til closing at the grocery store (not this past year, though, because of my availability). We attend church services at 11PM, but we look at Christmas lights before that. That's been a tradition since I was a little kid. After church, we come home, have some pie and watch A Christmas Carol (another tradition since I was a kid). Two years ago, there was a How To Train Your Dragon marathon that started at 6PM Christmas Eve and ran through 6PM Christmas day so I tune into that when it's on. Christmas Day, we take all day to open gifts (this year, it went til 9PM). We have a wonderful dinner of cooked ham, green bean casserole, potatoes, and many other amazing foods. This past Christmas, we also watched Gift of the Night Fury (the HTTYD special) followed immediately by a showing of How To Train Your Dragon. That movie has fit itself into our traditions.

 

26. I'm reading through my Aquarius description first, so I'll start with that one. For the most part, I do agree with the descriptions of Aquarians as it pertains to me. However, apparently, Aquarians have many friends and acquaintances. I'm not even up to 300 friends on Facebook yet and I've had that for almost 5 years, so I can't say I agree with that. I agree with the part stated about freedom-loving and individualistic. That's kinda contradictory, though. We have lots of friends, but like to be our own person? Hmm...yeah, i don't really understand it either. Also, it says that Aquarians think creatively and inventively and are artistic and inventive. Well, now I understand why I'm such a good writer. XD Well, the description even got my favorite color right. Says I should like colors that look like water and my favorite color is blue. Overall, I do agree.

 

For the Chinese Zodiac, I found out something interesting when i was reading Fruits Basket. The sign that I thought I was (based on the year) is not what I actually am. Because the Chinese New Year of 1991 did not start until February, I am actually the sign of the Chinese New Year of 1990 which is the Horse. Anyway... 

 

Wow...this one is completely inaccurate. Apparently, Horses talk a lot and like to be in the limelight. As for me, I'm quiet (offline) and I prefer to hang around in the shadows. Apparently Horses like large crowds and are popular. Again, I prefer a small inner-circle of friends and I was never one of the popular kids in school. It also says that Horses are bad with finances. Well, I'm pretty good with mine. I still get the bills paid with money to spare. In support, though, I did find one part that is correct. The exact wording "They tend to interfere in many things and frequently fail to finish projects of their own." I agree with this. I have so many stories that I've started writing and have yet to come back to. Plus, I've been trying to learn Japanese for many years now and I still am no further than I was before.

 

27. Oh boy...I love music so this might be tough. Narrowing it down, I'm going to say Styx, Def Leppard, Foreigner, Imagine Dragons, Maroon 5 and Evanescence. There's many more that I like, but I would be here all day if I wanted to list all of them. That's why I chose three older groups and three newer ones.

 

28. Well, seeing as how I usually tend to lose the cube before I can finally solve it, I'm going to have to say that I am very slow. In my senior year of high school, a Rubik's cube club was formed. Those guys were insane. I remember seeing them in the library one morning. No matter how screwed up the cube was, they could solve it in a matter of minutes! There's probably some mathematical way to solve it and math is not my subject. Math and me never got along...at all. XD

 

29. Well, as a Christian, I tend to lean more to the side of the story told in the book of Genesis where God created the world in six days with a day of Sabbath on the seventh. However, I do see logical possibilities in the infamous Big Bang Theory that is also often cited. The idea of the creation of our solar system and, ultimately, our universe and galaxies has always fascinated me. As I said earlier, Astronomy was one science class I enjoyed greatly.

 

30. I guess my worst character flaw would have to be my telephobia. To clarify, that is fear of telephones or using a telephone. It is horribly irrational, but most phobias tend to be. I can't even begin to express how many times this phobia has caused me to miss out on pretty good opportunities. There are just some times when sending a text or an email message just doesn't work...no matter how much I wish they would. This is a phobia I hope to overcome before I get a full-time teaching job because making phone calls home kinda comes with the job. >.<

 

31. Currently, my favorite novel would probably be Divergent (even though the series ends on such a low-note). The movie was great too, but I really love the lead characters and seeing Four's character development even just through that first book is one part I like the most. My favorite author currently would probably be J.K. Rowling. I'm seriously impressed by her life story. She completely exemplifies the classic "rags to riches" story and she is an inspiration to young writers everywhere.

 

32. That one's easy. My favorite Disney movie is Frozen, but Tangled is a close second, and Brave is third not too far behind. I like the newer movies...but the older ones are great for the nostalgia. :)

 

33. This one's also pretty easy. Since I find Norse culture quite entertaining, my answer comes from their list of gods and deities. The one I choose is Loki. I dunno, I just find him to be amusing...and what's not to like about someone known as "the trickster god". 

 

34. Old Testament: Genesis and Exodus ... I like the stories of creation and of Moses's freeing God's people from Ramses.

 

New Testament: Luke and Revelations ... I like "The Christmas Story" and the prophecies for the second coming of Christ.

 

35. First, I like Educational Psychology. As a teacher, I have found that taking that class has helped me in the profession. We studied ways in which students learned and ways that we, as teachers can help improve student learning.

 

Next, I like Developmental Psychology. I enjoyed studying the learning process in regards to the various stages of life.

 

Finally, I like Cognitive Psychology. That branch taught me various mind-tricks and strategies to improve memory.

 

36. There's only a few branches that I could come up with that I favor. Also, I'm getting these branches from Wikipedia because I actually never studied Philosophy. XD One would be aesthetics. As a writer, I try to look for the beauty in things and then convey it into words. I also believe that there is a natural beauty in everything; we just have to look deep and find it. Finally, another branch that I found that I favor is social philosophy. I like it because, as I read through it, I found that this makes up a solid basis for sociology classes (which was another that I enjoyed back in university.

 

37. Oh boy...another question for which we'll be here all night. I'll make it brief. ;)

 

Hiccup x Astrid  (HTTYD--this is one of my number ones, but I'm sure you can guess why), Anna x Kristoff  (Frozen), Miroku x Sango (InuYasha), Tris x Four (Divergent), 

 

Y'know what, I'll stop there before it gets outrageous. I really hope that fiction wasn't just pertaining to works of literature...cause I only used one. My bad. XD

 

38. I can speak three/four. English (my native), German (studied in school), Spanish (studied in school), Japanese (in the process of learning that one, but I can say some basic phrases and read it to an even smaller extent). Right now, I've been focusing on studying various accents. I enjoy randomly changing/altering mine to throw people off. XD

 

39. I would definitely give it to the SPCA. We have many local branches in my area and they're always looking for monetary donations. I just could never see those poor strays and unwanted animals suffer. :(

 

40. Well, I do feel as though the bystander does have a moral obligation to act. The favorable situation would probably be to switch the trolley to the other track. By doing nothing, more innocent lives will be taken. Unfortunately, by switching the track, it could look as though the bystander intentionally targeted that one lone person. However, when asked to testify, he/she could explain his intentions and show that they were just.

 

If I was that person, I would not hesitate to switch the track. However, instead of just standing by and watching the death of this one person, I would do my best to save them, push them or pull them out of harm's way. Worst case scenario would be the death of both of us. However, this worse case scenario is still better than the other option of doing nothing. In this worst case scenario, only two innocent lives would be lost rather than five. 

 

I like that question. That one really got me thinking. ;)

 

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1) What personality trait you posses, do you like the most?
 
2) What aspect of your personality do you like the least?
 
3) Fav part of your body?
 
4) Least fav part of your body?
 
5) First and current impressions of The JoE?

 

 

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1. I guess I'd have to say my independent nature. I never just wanted to blindly follow with all the silly fads and popular things. I've always wanted to be my own person and I feel that has made me a better person. I know how to think for myself rather than follow some silly self-proclaimed leader.

 

2. I would have to say my timidness. I am a quiet person and I am often hesitant to speak out and say what is on my mind. Though I don't follow with what others say to, I don't stand out and start my own trends either.

 

3. I like my eyes. From the time I was young, they've changed colors. They switch between brown and green and I find that fascinating because many people have one eye color their whole life and I have two. ... Although, it did make it kinda hard to determine what to put for my driver's license. XD

 

4. I guess if I had to choose one, it would be my lower legs.  I tend to get these nasty cramps in the muscles in those spots. When it happens in my lower leg, I end up walking with a limp for several days afterwards.

 

5. FI: I didn't really know you all that much on OMF 2.0. Probably because you spent much time in the Big 3 discussions and I tried to avoid that forum. I do remember the English major/grammar Nazi part of me thinking about and cringing a bit at all the random capitalization in your username. XD

 

   CI: You seem pretty cool and I can see you are well-liked by the forum community. (I noticed that when I ran the one section of the OMF Awards of 2013). You can be random and spontaneous, but, if I recall, you come up with some pretty good theories for the Big 3 sections. I may be thinking of someone else, though (that tends to happen a lot to me). 

 

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Good thing I sharpened that pencil before I started answering! ;) This batch of questions was fun. Thanks for that, guys! If anyone has any more questions they would like to ask, make sure you do before time runs out! Remember, I accept as many per post per day as you wish to throw my way. :) ... Well, until next time...!


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Posted 31 March 2014 - 12:57 AM

Ohhh I need to ask something. Uhh.

 

Whats your favorite song?

 

its surprising seeing someone on omf with similar political views btw


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Posted 31 March 2014 - 05:04 AM

Alright ima go ahead and ask my quesions some of them may seem weird so feel free to answer only those you want 2 :3

 

1-what finger do you use to pick your nose .

 

 

2-Whats the story behind your name :3

 

 

3-Do you pee in the shower ?

 

 

4-How many kids do you want and how would you name them.

 

5-waldo

6-i posted waldo somewhere on the omf forum can you find him ?

 

7-You end up being a teacher at a school .Everystudent=someone from omf.How do you react :3, Who would be the troublemakers/Favorite student etc...


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yay 4th person has a thread.. .:clap: i'm not going to ask you as many questions as i did sid, but i did take a few i did ask him...

 

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Time to unfold some new answers to your latest questions! Good evening, everyone. Ready to go? I am, so without any further ado... (and remember that my answers, as always, will display in blue font color).

 

Ohhh I need to ask something. Uhh.

 

Whats your favorite song?

 

its surprising seeing someone on omf with similar political views btw

 

Normally this would be very hard for me to answer, but since seeing Frozen, it hasn't been. My favorite song is Idina Menzel (Queen Elsa)'s "Let It Go". I've listened to many different versions and covers, but hers is still the best. There is a version, though, that I like just as much. It's the same song sung in 25 different languages. You know what...my description could never do it justice. I shall link the video from YouTube.

 

Spoiler Let It Go in 25 Languages

 

While we're on that topic, a neat video was released just today which is the same 25-language song in Behind The Mic style. Once again, my description could never do justice, so I shall link to that one as well. It's not from YouTube, though, because the video I saw earlier was deleted. This website (Yahoo! movies) is the only one that has it now. :(

 

Finally, just so you have a comparison. Here's the original English version in its entirety.

 

Spoiler Let It Go

 

 

 

 

Alright ima go ahead and ask my questions some of them may seem weird so feel free to answer only those you want 2 :3

 

1-what finger do you use to pick your nose .

 

 

2-Whats the story behind your name :3

 

 

3-Do you pee in the shower ?

 

 

4-How many kids do you want and how would you name them.

 

5-waldo

6-i posted waldo somewhere on the omf forum can you find him ?

 

7-You end up being a teacher at a school .Every student=someone from omf. How.How do you react :3, Who would be the troublemakers/Favorite student etc...

 

 

I said that I'd answer any and all questions, so I will because I don't break promises. Ever. ;)

 

1. Well, all kids did that, so, thinking back to when I was a kid...I guess it would've been my left pointer finger. Dunno why. I'm right-handed.

 

2. My current username is not the same one I used on OMF 2.0. My old username was The 4th Hokage's Legacy. (Might as well get the secret out now. That's what QT's for, isn't it?). When the old forum went down and Greg created this one, I knew that I wanted to change things up; I didn't want to use that same name. The old one was too long and I hadn't really been keeping up with the Naruto manga anymore. For days, I tried to decide between some name choices I had come up with. I didn't want any too gender-specific and I wanted something simplistic that I wouldn't tire of within a few months. On some other forums, I use another username that is based on my name, but I didn't really want to use that here. Finally, I settled on Satoshi ("Wise, Fast Learner") because I like what the name means in Japanese. 

 

3. Rarely. However, in winter when it's freezing and the closed shower is warmer..but only before washing with soap so that the soap kinda cleanses the shower as it is sucked down the drain. I really did not know how to answer this question without going all TMI. XD

 

4. I want a few, but not too many. Maybe 2 or 3. More than 4 would be way too many. As for names, I would like something creative but not so extreme that they would have also have teachers, for instance, asking them how to speak their names or how to spell their names. 

 

5. Oh, there is no question 5. Okay, moving on, then. XD

 

6. Honest answer: I could probably search forever and never find your Waldo post. It's probably in one of the sections that I don't frequent because there are more sections and sub-forums that I don't look through than there are ones I do look through and in which I post.

 

7. Oh man...what a classroom that would be...I would probably quit right on the spot! ;) Hmm...superlatives and who would be's. Let's see...

 

kikyou_e: I could see her being my favorite student because she'd be that one who does all their work and finds ways to keep busy.

 

ilikewaffles: She would be that student who draws during the whole class period even though she knows that she'll then have to do the classwork that night for homework.

 

XTREME: I could see him being the class suck-up who always makes excuses for why he needs extensions on assignments. 

 

Kurapika: He'd be that mysterious kid that sits in the corner of the classroom.

 

Satan: The kid who spends more time in the principal's office or ISS than in the actual class.

 

All_Overboard: The kid who's always playing some game on his cell phone instead of actually paying attention.

 

AYAME: The student helper who constantly tries to keep everyone focused and on-task.

 

Hmm...I can't really think of anymore, so I guess everyone else would just be average. ;)

 

 

yay 4th person has a thread.. .:clap: i'm not going to ask you as many questions as i did sid, but i did take a few i did ask him...

 

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1. I had to really think, but there is one that has always stood out to me. "Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That's why we call it "The Present"." -- Eleanor Roosevelt. 

 

I just love that one. It is my life motto and it reminds me to enjoy every moment. :)

 

2. I like "discombobulate". It's so much more fun to say that than disorient or confuse (both of which are synonyms or close definitions). 

 

3. Aside from the random half picture book/half reading book creations I used to come up with when I was five...the earliest written story I can remember was one I started writing in my freshman year of high school. It was more of a stress reliever, though. I was writing it because I was going through some serious depression and this was my outlet. Clearly it worked because I'm still here and I'm not still depressed. 

 

The story had a working title, but it was never intended to go anywhere. It was about this girl who falls asleep on her school bus and wakes up in this strange future 20 years later. I had a random sequel planned just in case the depression lingered, but, luckily, I never got around to writing it because life got better. :)

 

4. I've done a lot with my life so far, but something I think oif as my greatest accomplishment is being initiated as a Brother of Kappa Kappa Psi. I have loved music and band and it has been amazing to find this group of people who share similar interests. I loved the years I spent as an active Brother doing service for the band and community with my chapter. I also got to meet lots of new friends when we would travel and meet other chapters at precinct meetings and conventions. Last summer, I had a fun trip with three other alumni up to Springfield, Massachusetts (near Boston) to attend National Convention.

 

5. Impatience, definitely. Drivers, especially, in my area are so freaking impatient. I do not want to be stopped for speeding tickets so I drive close to the speed limit (only 10 or 15 mph over at most). I can't tell you how many times I look back in my rear-view mirror and see someone right on my back bumper. Seriously gets on my nerves because I don't want them to crash into my car either.

 

6. I am horribly lazy...like more so than most. I cannot even express how many times I tell myself that I'm going to start a project of some sort and then I just never do it...or I start and never actually finish it. This is something that I've tried for years to overcome. I've tried to become more motivated, but so far it hasn't been working. Hopefully, taking this time off between undergraduate and graduate studies works in my favor because graduate students cannot be lazy!

 

7.  Word of caution: My fears are highly irrational. My main fears: vampires, werewolves, and the emergence of a zombie apocalypse. More so, the last one. If that ever came to be, I would kill myself automatically, no thought about even finding ways to survive with my humanity intact. It's that bad. My only phobia: telephobia (fear of telephones or using the telephone). Sad, I know, but I discovered it when I was younger and it has yet to fade or go away.

 

8. Hmm...the naming part would be hard. Even in stories, I try not to come up with my own names because I'm not creative. I guess I'd probably name it Schotzi. That was the name of my first cat ever (and my parents came up with it). 

 

9. That's a good question. Well, I dunno if this would qualify, but I'll say it anyway. When I was still in high school, I played my instruments (both band and orchestra) for some pretty big occasions. During my sophomore year, my marching band played on the field at the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. I don't remember what year, but one of them, my orchestra played some songs at Disney World's Epcot theme park. Also, both my band and orchestra played backstage at Disney. We got an overview of the process of creating scores for Disney movies and then we had the opportunity to create our own score using music from older Disney movies. All were wonderful experiences. :)

 

10. I must lead a very sheltered life because the only thing I can think of to answer this question is what I'm about to say. In either my freshman or sophomore year in university, I stayed up super late talking on the phone (yes, despite my telephobia) with someone who, at the time, was a good friend. By super late, I mean that I didn't get to sleep until after 4AM or 6AM...really can't remember which. I had a fairly early class the next day, but they were upset so I stayed up to comfort them. Yeah, not all that crazy, but that was one of the first times I ever stayed up that late by choice, so it was kinda a dumb and crazy idea, at least, in my opinion. 

 

11. I saw this on Facebook several weeks ago and I think it's pretty interesting. According to Disney, Queen Elsa (Frozen) had more hairs to animate than Rapunzel (Tangled). I found this interesting because, obviously, a big part of Tangled is that Rapunzel has 70 feet of hair whereas Elsa's hair only reaches midway down her back. Most probably wouldn't find that interesting, but I'm very intrigued by the aspects of animated works. XD

 

12. I guess that I would say I am a pretty good strategist. As a writer, I like to make my stories as realistic as possible. One of the worst things, to me, is getting a review (on sites such as Fanfiction and Fictionpress that use a review system) saying that something I envisioned would not possibly work and listing reasons why not. Therefore, when I write, especially action sequences and scenes, I really think out the play-by-play and "if character X does this, then...these possible outcomes could occur..." If often takes me longer to write than it should because I will sit and think out an idea until I feel that these is absolutely no other way it could work. 

 

13. Type of art...there's so many to choose from! Though I consider writing and music to be art, I will focus on other types because I'm not certain what we are defining as "art" in this question. In that case, I choose painting. I was never good at it because I can't draw, but I do like to look at paintings created by famous painters. My favorite would probably be "Starry Night" by Van Gogh. It's very famous and many have seen if (even if they don't know the title or name of the painter who created it). 

 

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14. The best advice I ever received was just to simply "Be Yourself". When I was younger, I liked to imitate others (probably why I'd like to go into voice acting) and pretend I was someone I was not. My imagination was endless. Most often, I'd pretend to be someone of importance, like a person from a royal family or an honorable warrior. It overshadowed who I really am and someone told me (though I did not want to hear it at the time) that God made me to be who I am, not those I pretended to be. As I've grown up, I've come to better understand this advice. I know that I can't go back and tell myself not to focus so hard on being someone I'm not. However, I can keep moving forward knowing that I am finally displaying the character and personality of the person I was always meant to be. :)

 

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I think that's a pretty good note on which to end this post. Thank you to all those who have asked questions today and so far. It has been fun. As always, I will always accept more questions. Even if you've already asked questions, if you think of any more, by all means, post them up and I will answer. In fact, I will answer any and all questions with no limits; you may post as many questions per post per day as you would like. Until next time...!


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Posted 01 April 2014 - 03:57 AM

Awww u disappoint me, look under question 4 waldo is there :3


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Posted 01 April 2014 - 08:42 AM

Top 10 battles ( movies, anime or other media )

 

If stranded on an island what are five things you would have?

 

Favorite Movie quote?

 

Top 5 songs ( from any form of entertainment)?



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Posted 01 April 2014 - 11:20 PM

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I can't even begin to express how impressed I am that you all still have questions for me! That's awesome! I figured that being this late into the QT you'd all have run dry, but this is amazing and I'm super glad that you all keep finding more questions. :)

 

Happy April Fool's Day, by the way! How lucky I am that my QT falls on this wonderful trickster holiday. I promise you, though, there are no jokes here. All answers are 100% sincere. Well, enjoy the blue-font colored answers, everyone! :)

 

 

Awww u disappoint me, look under question 4 waldo is there :3

 

Well played, good sir. Well played. 

 

Top 10 battles ( movies, anime or other media )

 

If stranded on an island what are five things you would have?

 

Favorite Movie quote?

 

Top 5 songs ( from any form of entertainment)?

 

1. Hmm...top 10. Let me think... (These are in no real order, just as I can remember them)...

 

10. InuYasha/group vs. Naraku (Final Battle--InuYasha: The Final Act)    | 9. The Avengers vs. Loki (The Avengers)     | 8. Naruto vs. Sasuke (Valley of Death--Naruto)    | 7. Hiccup vs. The Red Death/Very Large Dragon (How To Train Your Dragon)      | 6. The Tribulation Force vs. The Anti-Christ (Left Behind)     | 5. Natsu vs. Gray (all of them--Fairy Tail)     | 4. Roy Mustang vs. Lust (Fullmetal Alchemist)    | 3. Kyo Sohma vs. Yuki Sohma (all of them--Fruits Basket)     | 2. Hikari Hanazono vs. Kei Takishima (all of them--Special A)    | Lion-O vs. Tygra (Thundercats 2011)

 

I know that some aren't as specific as others. It's just...the specific ones are battles that I especially liked whereas with the more general ones, I just liked all of the battles between those characters (Natsu-Gray, Hikari-Kei, Kyo-Yuki, etc.). 

 

2. First thing: My iPhone (hopefully fully charged). Second thing: My cat (Companionship is always a good thing). Third thing: A supply of food (Never know what you'd find there and it's good to be prepared!) Fourth thing: Books (I guess that's more than one thing, but I don't usually carry only one book with me. I always carry at least two or three as a set. Gonna need something to do until my distress signal is received). Fifth thing: Notebook/Pencil (I don't leave home within them! Besides, I might as well write down my adventures. It'd make for good story material later on!)

 

3. "Some people are worth melting for..." --Olaf, Frozen ... When I heard that quote for the first time, I think I teared up a bit. It was so touching.  :aww: 

 

4. I'm not going to add "Let It Go" in again since that was pretty much established in my last post. Well, prepare for YouTube video overload! ;)

 

1. "Hero"--Charlotte Perelli

 

Spoiler Hero

 

2. "Nothing Left To Say"--Imagine Dragons

 

Spoiler Nothing Left To Say

 

3. "Radioactive"--Imagine Dragons

 

 

4. "My Song"--Girls Dead Monster (Angel Beats!)

 

 

5. "A Different Kind of Love Song"--Cher

 

Spoiler A Different Kind of Love Song

 

And...for an added bonus, I present my engagement song. Yes, someday in the future, this is the way that me and my significant other will get engaged, by singing this song. I guarantee it. ;) 

 

Spoiler Love Is An Open Door

 

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This was fun. I really had to think about my top five songs, though. Anyway, my time to answer your questions looks to be winding down, but it's not up yet! If you have any other questions (even if you already asked), make sure to get them in before time runs out! :) Until next time...!


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Posted 02 April 2014 - 09:42 PM

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I know that no new questions have been posted since my post last night. However, I did want to formally close off my QT thread and I didn't want to do it last night just in case anyone had any last-minute questions they wanted to ask today. Now, though, I wave my flare (like they do at the end of a fireworks show) hence why I saved this particular HTTYD 2 gif image until the end. I just felt that a good QT thread deserves a good ending post, so here it is.

 

Thank you all: those who originally voted for me, those who asked me questions these past five days, and, especially, to those who took time to read my long posts full of answers. 

 

This has been a lot of fun. I have heard talk of a Question Time reboot coming up after everyone currently on the list has gone. While I do not feel that I will be renominating myself (if that will even be an option), I am open to joining you all again if anyone out there wishes to renominate me for the reboot, please do by all means. I would gladly accept! If not, that's cool too because I do not know if my answers could top the ones from this thread. 

 

Well, I think that's all I have to say. I hope that you found my QT to be enjoyable and informative. Thanks, everyone! Peace!

 

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