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Watari of Yami no Matsuei



February 21st, 2012

Sean Connery. Don't give me that look--the existence of that man is what made little!me understand that Sean is pronounced "shawn" and not "seen." Also, he's the best. XD
Who is the best James Bond?

February 8th, 2012

Only for teenagers. That's one of those things you're supposed to grow out of, along with cafeteria food and boy bands.

(No, no I don't. What a silly concept.)
Do you believe in love at first sight?

December 29th, 2011

Food, water, and air.

No, really; I might miss my legs or something, but I don't value things that much. Best guess for things not directly related to living, though, would probably be:

1. Bethany-B
2. PC Stitch--I love that program
3. The internet
Name three things you can’t live without.

December 22nd, 2011

I'm going to join the hundreds of other users in saying: LJ, your new comment page style sucks. I'm sure you had your reasons, I'm sure you did. Implimenting this level of change without reason is, frankly, insane, and you're probably not insane. Inconsiderate, arrogant dickwads who don't listen to their users? Yes, but not insane. So, I'm sure you had your reasons, and I'm sure they were good at the time.

They aren't good enough now. In additional to technical difficulties (slow loading times, incompatible browsers, computer/phone issues), the changes made to the comment pages are literally damaging many of the social aspects of livejournal. There is an internet community-- let's call it fandom-- that is not well-respected, but it is large. There are more people in fandom than there are in some religions, and what's more, they are responsible for a good deal of the paid accounts livejournal has. This comment page style is ignoring their needs and, quite frankly, pissing people off to no end.

Honestly, livejournal, you guys have a lot of work on your hands if you want to not lose users.

July 11th, 2011

Would you uproot your life and move to another city for someone that you love?

No. If a relationship doesn't have the pow to last long enough as a long-distance relationship for me to get things sorted out and think things through, it's certainly not worth moving for.

June 19th, 2011

What's the most memorable piece of advice your father has shared with you?

Er...don't let the door hit you on the way out? XD Seriously, though, my dad's never been big on giving advice, and even if he was, he led a different enough life as a young adult that I'm at no risk of making the mistakes he did or facing the same problems. :)

May 21st, 2011

What's your favorite line from a song, and why?

"There's a hole in the world like a great black pit, and it's filled with people who are filled with shit, and the vermin of the world inhabit it."

Oh Sweeney Todd--it's so gloriously gruesome, really. :DDD

May 10th, 2011

If you found a magical stone that could keep one person young forever, would you keep it or give it to someone else? If the latter, to whom would you give it?

I would put it right back where I found it. :-) I mean, assuming I knew it would keep me young and it wasn't just a vicinity thing, why would I want that? Living a long, fulfilling life and then happily dying is pretty much my dream.

And if I didn't know it would keep me young and I still kept it, it would probably end up under a chair or something.

April 30th, 2011

If you could only live in one season for the rest of your life, which would you choose, and why?

Spring, obviously. If I get sick of it, I'd just travel, because Spring in Wyoming (29 degrees Fahrenheit, with snow as of this morning) is much different from spring in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (currently 73 degrees Fahrenheit, and sunny.) :)

April 29th, 2011

If you were invited to the Royal Wedding, what gift would get the bride and groom?

Two coupons for Mead-Fu-Do, obviously. *private joke* But seriously--I almost never give gifts at weddings, but especially if I was going to such a hoity-toity one as that. I probably couldn't afford any socially acceptable gifts for a high-society thing, so what would I do? Get them a blender?
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