But onto more pleasant matters. I present ... Some Question-y Thing!
1 - Leave a comment, saying you want to be interviewed.
2 - I will respond; I'll ask you five questions.
3 - You'll update your journal with my five questions, and your five answers.
4 - You'll include this explanation.
5 - You'll ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed.
Courtesy of screendoor3, 1)Do you like Spam?
The food: honestly, I've never tried it. My friend reckons it's great but he's never had any to let me have a taste of.
The stupid stuff people post on messageboards: my means of identifying it as 'stupid stuff' says it all.
2)Name five places you want to travel to and why.
1. Africa. To help.
2. The USA, to visit my friends.
3. Ireland, because it's a beautiful country and U2's there.
4. Switzerland, because it looks so amazingly spectacular and being a railfan, there are some awesome trains there I want to ride.
5. Finland ... alright, so I have a thing for beautiful countries.
3)If you could travel back in time, where would you go?
Either Jerusalem, around about 33AD, or to a pre-Joshua Tree U2 concert, preferably 4 November 1981 or 5 June 1983.
4)If you were stranded on a desert island and could take three things, what would you take?
Hmm ... I don't suppose I can get away with 'my two closest friends' being one thing? In any case, Sam, Lauren, and a massive bookshelf stacked full of books I like. I can't believe I'm leaving my U2 CDs behind, but what use are CDs without a player? Anyhow, books were my first love, not U2.
5)If killing someone would save 1,000,000 lives, would you do it?
Oh my ... that's terribly hard to answer. Some people I love too much to kill ... but could I live with myself if I let a million people die just to let one person I have a particular attachment to live? When I'm emotionally detached, yes, I wouldn't even hesitate, saving a million lives for the loss of one is far better than the alternative. Bringing certain people and the added emotional attachment into the equation makes it terribly hard to answer. I possibly would and I probably should, but I don't know if I could.
--- 8:55pm ---
Why do my friends have such terrible tastes in music? More to the point, why the Zarquon was Sam recommending a Limp Bizkit song to me? My friends, great though they may be, seem to have no taste in music. Aaron won't listen to any non-Christian music and, in regards to U2, says "it's fine until the singing starts"; Jamie's favourite artist is Eminem; and Sam ... why the hell was he recommending Limp Bizkit to me? Tom at least seems to have a bit of taste. Burns, friend though he may not be, should be added to the list because he doesn't like U2 at all and keeps on complaining about them because they're old. Like that has any bearing on the quality of the music. Idiot.
I was going to do that random 10 songs thing again, but after three attempts that all produced crap results, I gave up and got pissed off at it.
Now to bed. I'm tired. Reading first.