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IsabellaLinton
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06 Dec 2018, 3:21 pm

Neil Young :heart:

- I don't recall ever cheating in school
- I took my parents to see The Nutcracker when my mother turned 50 (symphonic performance)
- I've seen symphonic Christmas concerts in cathedrals and also in theatrical venues
- I've never played kazoo or harmonica
- My favourite soup is probably French Onion

Have you ever driven across the U.S. (driver or passenger)?



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06 Dec 2018, 3:52 pm

No.

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06 Dec 2018, 4:19 pm

Since I can't drive, and have no desire to go to the US anyway, no.

Do you pets have any funny or silly habits?


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06 Dec 2018, 4:28 pm

Never across from west to east or vice versa. I was a passenger as a kid going from north to south and back again to Florida/Disney World. That was probably 1981?

Otherwise the longest was driving 17.5 hours non-stop, by myself and spanning five states when I was 21. It's a road trip I will never forget. Stopping the car right in the lane on a desolate highway at night in Wyoming and standing in the middle of the road looking up at the intensely bright stars -- staring in awe for about fifteen minutes with no one else around. It was a profound experience. I felt like I was the only one left on the planet.

Have you ever seen the Aurora Borealis?


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06 Dec 2018, 5:22 pm

I know I've seen the Aurora Borealis because I remember telling people, but I don't remember the actual experience.
I must have been young.

Your Wyoming experience sounds incredible, Magna. I envy that.

Do you ever paint a picture just for fun or relaxation?



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06 Dec 2018, 5:55 pm

IsabellaLinton wrote:
I know I've seen the Aurora Borealis because I remember telling people, but I don't remember the actual experience.
I must have been young.

Your Wyoming experience sounds incredible, Magna. I envy that.

Do you ever paint a picture just for fun or relaxation?


At least when I tried it out throughout the summer I did. Interesting to 'feel' how much art theory can be discarded once you are actually in the process of painting. The enjoyable process of painting. The enjoyable and resource intensive process of painting which made me consider adopting the 'less is more' attitude of East Asian ink painting whensoever I find the time to take that up more seriously.

Do you only feel your most alive when others are at there least alive?, https://youtu.be/RBumgq5yVrA?t=33s :wink: :P



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06 Dec 2018, 9:56 pm

No.

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06 Dec 2018, 11:41 pm

No

Which do you know how to do?

Drive stick shift
Fix car
Fix computer
Sewing machine
Cook gourmet meal

Crochet
Ice skate
Backflip
CPR
Braille

Sign language
Fix washing machine
Hot wire car



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06 Dec 2018, 11:46 pm

shortfatbalduglyman wrote:
No

Which do you know how to do?

Drive stick shift
Fix car
Fix computer
Sewing machine
Cook gourmet meal -- define gourmet -- I can cook fairly well

Crochet
Ice skate
Backflip -- used to
CPR
Braille

Sign language
Fix washing machine
Hot wire car


Jeez -- now I feel bloody worthless. 8O

same q



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07 Dec 2018, 12:24 am

I can:

Drive stick shift
Fix some car related mechanical issues
Fix some computer related issues
I can use a sewing machine to make basic things like caps.
I can cook gourmet
I can fix a washing machine

What is your favorite salad dressing?


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07 Dec 2018, 5:45 am

shortfatbalduglyman wrote:

Which do you know how to do?

Drive stick shift- somewhat
Fix car- no
Fix computer- depends
Sewing machine- no
Cook gourmet meal- not sure

Crochet- no
Ice skate- yes
Backflip- no
CPR- no
Braille- no

Sign language- no
Fix washing machine-no
Hot wire car- no


Not much out of that list.

Just seen someone posted.
salad dressing- Italian

Do you like the Appalachian Mountains?



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07 Dec 2018, 6:47 am

Absolutely

Do you like hiking?


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07 Dec 2018, 10:37 am

Driven cross country-no
Pet habits-I could write a book on my pets (and have, just never had it published) My cat, Peter, was able to open doors. My cat Samantha absolutely loved music.
Aurora Borealis-no
Painting-yes-I took watercolor classes and loved them
Hiking-no

What is the cutest thing you ever saw one of your pets do?



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07 Dec 2018, 12:13 pm

Boo does cute things every day, so I can't pick just one! :lol:

same question


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07 Dec 2018, 1:08 pm

My dog is too old to be doing "cute things", so I have no answer.

Same question.


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