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Old 02-13-2021, 05:21 PM   #10001 (permalink)
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There is only one bright spot and that is the growing habit of disgruntled men of dynamiting factories and power-stations; I hope that, encouraged now as ‘patriotism’, may remain a habit! But it won’t do any good, if it is not universal.
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Old 02-13-2021, 05:53 PM   #10003 (permalink)
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Old 02-13-2021, 08:22 PM   #10006 (permalink)
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1. What film do you wish they had/hadn't made a sequel to, and why?
No clue. I tend not to watch things that have sequels.

2. If you could have any dinosaur as a pet, which would it be and why?
The tiniest one. Because tiny.

3. Have you ever tried taking up some hobby you found you were terrible at, and if so, what was it? If not, is there anything you would like to take up but don't think you'd be good at?
Despite having generally low self-esteem, I often delusionally think that I'll instantly, magically be good at certain things that I've never tried before (I guess solely because it makes sense in my mind for me to be an expert at those things?) and then when I try the thing and am bad at it, I'm shocked, and quit in a big huff. Not all the time of course but many times. Such as throwing knives. I am also convinced I would be an expert harp player if only I had a harp but I know that would not be the case.

4. Who is the most vulnerable person you know, physically, emotionally or otherwise? Note: you're free to exercise any discretion/privacy you want on this question, or indeed skip it entirely. No triggering intended.
Britney Spears #freebritney

5. What has been the worst thing about the pandemic for you?
I guess the same things others have mentioned. Isolation is no big deal for me though. I don't feel things like loneliness very often.

6. If there's a power cut, what do you do to pass the time?
I love when the power goes out, so long as it isn't during the summer months. I usually light my oil lamp and read.

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I get the the lack of motivation to take a shower every day but for me it's linked so strongly to my mental health. Forcing myself to keep doing it has been one of the main things keeping me sane in these times.
God showering is honestly the hardest task to start. Especially if one already has bad executive dysfunction issues. Also does anyone else also have the ADHD thing where you get stuck trying to begin a task because you haven't done x and y yet.. (which then triggers an anxious procrastination loop) x and y are never even necessary or sensible tasks. It's like circumstances have to be ideal (but not in any way that makes sense) for my brain/body to work together and just DO the task I'm trying to get it to do. (For instance. Can't take a shower because my bed is unmade which makes me anxious. Can't make bed because I want to feel clean before I make bed/because cat is sleeping on it/etc. Things like that)
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I love when the power goes out, so long as it isn't during the summer months. I usually light my oil lamp and read.
****ing hell yes. Unfortunately living on east coast hurricane alley the only time you lose power is during the summer months right when a hurricane dumps torture levels of humidity but with a kerosene lamp reading at night is the purest joy (aside from being hot as ****). But reading outside during the hurricane when you have a nice damp breeze is all that and a bag of potato chips.
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Also does anyone else also have the ADHD thing where you get stuck trying to begin a task because you haven't done x and y yet
Not exactly but close enough to where I can relate.

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Old 02-13-2021, 10:14 PM   #10009 (permalink)
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1. What film do you wish they had/hadn't made a sequel to, and why?
It's not a sequel but I wish they hadn't made the Hobit, I love LOTR but to make 3 movies out of the smallest book of the lot was overkill/shameless money grab.

2. If you could have any dinosaur as a pet, which would it be and why?
None, they're reptiles. Ew.

3. Have you ever tried taking up some hobby you found you were terrible at, and if so, what was it? If not, is there anything you would like to take up but don't think you'd be good at?
Yes. Skateboarding. I tried it for a few weeks, couldn't figure out how to do an ollie, wasn't really prepared to injure myself to learn tricks with a board, gave up.

4. Who is the most vulnerable person you know, physically, emotionally or otherwise? Note: you're free to exercise any discretion/privacy you want on this question, or indeed skip it entirely. No triggering intended.
Same as Marie, some people on these boards. There's quite a few people here who have been through a lot. My boyfriend cries a lot but he's not really vulnerable, just emotional. And the rest of my family and friends hardly show any vulnerability at all. Slavs are bad at that.

5. What has been the worst thing about the pandemic for you?
Not being able to travel. Not being able to go to the gym. Closure of restaurants (cooking 2 times per day is a drag). And now being separated from my partner which hopefully will not last more than a few months.

6. If there's a power cut, what do you do to pass the time?
Read.
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****ing hell yes. Unfortunately living on east coast hurricane alley the only time you lose power is during the summer months right when a hurricane dumps torture levels of humidity but with a kerosene lamp reading at night is the purest joy (aside from being hot as ****). But reading outside during the hurricane when you have a nice damp breeze is all that and a bag of potato chips.
Oh yes definitely, if there's a storm nearby or rain it's wonderful and the most relaxing thing ever even with swampy torture levels of humidity. And the quiet is so so nice. I so love the absence of high-pitched whining and whirring from all the electronics and appliances. Ugh I wanna go camping.
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