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I know this is going to be an unpopular opinion, but my answer to this question is yes simply because of the fact that my birth control pill was one of the things that almost did me in two-and-a-half years ago (thanks Yaz). If I had a kid, I'd want to know if she's on it so that I could run her to the doctor and make sure she gets checked out for clotting disorders as I have a mild one and have no idea if that could be passed down to her. If she's got a clotting disorder, then we'll look into other options.

I'd rather have a pissed off daughter than a dead one, you know?

And no, I'm not going to give her a hard time about having sex.
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This fortune cookie will give you bees....


[Edited to add: So far, I don't have any bees over here, but unfortunately, this wrapping paper has given me glitter.

I think I would rather have bees].
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Who comes up with these questions again?

And for the record, cats wouldn't see the point in having a mobile phone. They would say, "screw it. This is stupid."
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One word. Chocolate.
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It'd be a toss up between Europe and Japan. Considering that I'm now studying German, I think Europe would win out. I'd see Britain and Ireland. Then, I'd head over to the continent to see Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and maybe Italy. And I'll travel first class, of course!
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Umm...no. What if the afterlife sucks? I want to enjoy what's left of my life, not spend it being depressed about where I'm going when it ends.

Besides...I want to be surprised. I like surprises. Well, the good ones anyway...
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I speak English, Spanish, and some Japanese. If I were to learn another language, it would probably be German because I would find it useful. It'd also be a whole hell of a lot easier than studying Japanese. I haven't cracked a Japanese book in three years, and I'm finding that I'm forgetting kanji...and vocabulary in general. And studying kanji takes forever. You have to memorize how to draw the kanji, what it means, and how to pronounce it. Learning and playing grammar is easy for me though.
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My reaction? GO AWAY!!!!

[livejournal.com profile] doomsey told me a couple of days ago that I tend to turn into a hermit when I don't feel well.
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Yes, we still have a landline. We use Vonage. What's really cool is that it sends us email whenever we get a voice mail message, and the sound file can be played easily on my iPhone.
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*yawn*
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When I was an undergrad, I commuted to DePaul University in Lincoln Park. I used to take the blue line into downtown Chicago and then transferred to the red line at Washington station. In order to get from the blue line to the red line, I had to walk down a flight a stairs to this tunnel that connected the two lines. One day, I was coming home from school and, as I was walking down the tunnel along with other passengers from the red line, I heard a guy in a deep voice say, "Welcome to the underground!" He must have repeated it five or six times.

"Welcome to the underground!"
(pause)
"Welcome to the underground!"
(pause)
"Welcome to the underground!"

By that point, I was used to seeing characters muttering to themselves on the train. They were usually pretty harmless, unlike the one guy I saw hit an older lady sitting in front of me upside the head for the necklace she was wearing. I didn't see what the guy hit her with as I had my nose buried in a book, but I later I saw that he had drawn blood and it was dripping in a stream down her neck. Asshole!

Anyhow, what I should have done was to look back, find out who was doing that, and made sure that I got on a different train car. But no, I didn't do any of those things. I figured that there were a lot of people in the tunnel and the chances of getting on the same L car as him were slim. He also sounded like he was pretty far back so finding out who it was would have been difficult anyway. So, I got on the train and sat in a seat at the far end of one of the cars. It turns out that the guy got on that same car and had sat in the seat in front of me. At first, he acted normally so I had no idea it was him. Then, all of a sudden, he turned around and started singing to me! (Later, I found out that the song he was singing was a Vietnam-era protest song. I don't remember what it was anymore though). How embarrassing! Luckily, I had a book in my hands so I ignored him and pretended that I was concentrating *really hard* on something in that book. A few stations pass, and all of a sudden, he gets up and stands by the door. Then, he sees a tic tac on the ground. He picks it up, licks it, holds it over his head, licks it again, holds it over his head, and then eats it. Eeeew!! As we were pulling up to a station, he kind of punched at the doors a bit until they opened and he got off. After he was gone, I breathed a sigh of relief. And from that day on, whenever I tell that story, I refer to the guy in question as "The Tic Tac Man."

Adopt one today!Adopt one today!Adopt one today!
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Are you kidding me? After this year? No! None of them.

No More Drama!


[livejournal.com profile] nekosensei <-- loathes hospitals
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Hmmm...that's a tough one to answer. I'm stuck between the Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot. I mean...a pod of possible Plesiosaurs swimming around in Scotland? How cool is that? On the other hand, I find it extremely unlikely that they exist. A more likely explanation is that the sightings are really old trees that fell into the loch resurfacing because of a natural phenomenon known as seiche.

On the other hand, I think it's more likely that a couple families of Bigfoot are present in the American Northwest and Canada. They might be more elusive because they view man as a natural predator. (After all, our ancestors did kill off the Neanderthal). It also wouldn't be the first great ape to be discovered in recent history. We didn't know that gorillas existed until about 1902. By the way, didn't the Native Americans have some myths about a wild man of the woods? Even Jane Goodall has said that she's sure they exist.

Adopt one today!Adopt one today!
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Buy a hybrid car. My Toyota Prius rocks!

Also, if you're going somewhere and it's a mile or less from your house, walk or ride a bike. Use mass transit to get to and from work if possible.
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Yes. I do think that he should get the Oscar. He really nailed that part. When I saw the first trailer for the Dark Knight, I didn't know who the actor was and I had to look it up. And during the movie, I couldn't believe it was Heath Ledger playing the part. He acted so differently! Essentially, he became that character, and that's precisely what talented actors do.
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I think it's a toss-up between the internet and the printing press. I think the both revolutionized the world in similar ways...
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Easy. Play pranks on unsuspecting people.
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Yep. The great thing about Cape Cods is that they have a lot of nice nooks and crannies to hide in. Remember that story I wrote for Blog Like It's the End of the World Day? I'd probably do something similar. For one, I would hide in our crawlspace, which is behind a bookshelf. I don't have any guns, but I could probably made do with some knives from the kitchen drawer. And of course, there will be garden tools (*cough cough* a shovel *cough*) involved as well.
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This one is a no brainer. It would definitely be [livejournal.com profile] doomsey.
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One word. Seafood. I would grab all the lobster tails, shrimp, crab legs, scallops, squid, eel (if available), octopus, clams, oysters, and other kinds of fish I could get my hot little hands on.

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