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Borrowed from Shelley - who probably got it elsewhere.

If you...

1. ...owned a restaurant, what kind of food would you serve?

Oooh... that's an easy one I think. I'd open a restaurant that offers a multitude of foods, but all of them cooked in a wok. I can't help it, but I find a wok one of the most useful inventions ever. And it doesn't really matter what you cook, fry, stir-fry or bake in it, since the method itself has hardly any limits.

I'm thinking stirfried vegetables, shrimp, all kinds of meat, tofu, whatever my clientele desires really.

2. ...owned a small store, what kind of merchandise would you sell?

This is a hard one. I think I'd sell services rather than goods. If people came in, looking for something in particular, if I wouldn't have it in stock, I'd be telling them where they could get it, or how they should proceed. It would be a mixture of physical objects as well as ideas and creativity. Whether or not my little store would make a profit is another question, but if it means I got to do what I like to do, and earn enough to put something on my plate, I'd be happy.

3. ...wrote a book, what genre would it be?

That would depend entirely on the mood I'm in, and as my focus changes way too soon, I'd either be writing 5 books at the same time, or write one huge book that takes the reader on a journey through my life and mind - not really knowing where it leads.

4. ...ran a school, what would you teach?

I'd teach "common sense" as a major and "retrieving information" as a minor. With those two things, you've got an excellent base to make it in this world if you ask me.

5. ...recorded an album, what kind of music would be on it?

This would go the same way as the book mentioned above, although I think it would be mostly industrial mixed with angel like vocal tracks to have two totally different styles. Would it work? If I liked creating it, it worked.


Oh, I forgot the link. It's from There are questions every week but I only do them when I like them. Which isn't very often apparently.

Why does your comment screen never remember my info? I always change the thingy to yes *pout*.

Ah... good question, Shelley. It doesn't remember mine either, and I'm sure it ain't my browser, since it works elsewhere. I guess the latest install of MT-Blacklist, or some of the template edits I did broke something, and I haven't been able to figure out yet what it is.

It's probably the bake cookie function that went a bit belly up - maybe I should take a deeper look? Or I could just wait for MT3.0 to be released and then hack the templates up even more :)

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