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Q&A: Bodies

The sixty-eighth question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What would be the best way to get rid of a dead body?”

I’m just going to go with the simple answer for this one, because I feel like anything else would get me in trouble, so: The Heisenberg method. Done.

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Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What crime from history fascinates you most?”)

Q&A: White Collar

The sixty-seventh question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What have you done to most qualify you as a white-collar criminal?”

Ahh, another answer that’s going to be super short and seem like a cop out. I don’t know that I’ve ever done anything that could qualify me as a white-collar criminal…if I have, it’s obviously not coming to mind, but even if I had done something that would, I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t admit to it on the internet :P So that’s the end of that one!

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Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What would be the best way to get rid of a dead body?”)

Q&A: Capital Punishment

The sixty-sixth question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What is your strongest argument against capital punishment?”

This is one of those questions I somewhat fear answering because of the debate it inevitably sparks, but it seems this is probably a safer place to do that, so I’ll go ahead with it.  I’m not going to put a lot of thought into this question though, just go with what comes to mind first, so forgive me if it’s not the most well thought out or comprehensive answer.

Okay, so firstly, I would say I’m not necessarily against capital punishment. I’m not sure I really agree with the way it comes about all the time, or the methods used, but I can’t say I am really opposed to it as a concept.  Sometimes I think it’s the only sensible way to end things.  That being said, I do think it’s problematic in that you can’t always be 100% sure that the individual you are punishing is, in fact, the individual who committed the crime, and it’s a pretty permanent decision to make, so if mistakes are made, innocent people could be killed…which is just not okay at all.  Also, sometimes I feel that the methods used for capital punishment are not fitting for the crime, but I don’t think I’m going to go into any more detail on that today, because it kind of makes me look like a horrible person, so we’ll just stick with the answer I already gave, I think.  I was going to go on more but honestly, I just don’t really have it in me right now. So there you have it; pretty much a cop out answer. I’m sorry I’ve been sucking at these lately, and the next doesn’t seem as though it’ll be any better.

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Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What have you done to most qualify you as a white-collar criminal?”)

Q&A: Criminal

The sixty-fifth question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What’s the worst crime you have ever committed?”

Uhh…I don’t know that I’ve really committed many crimes, unless you count the standard speeding/jaywalking/whatever else….so I guess maybe smoking weed? I’ve never bought or sold it, but I’ve smoked it…so yeah, even that one’s pretty innocent.  Guess I’m just boring, unless I’m forgetting something! So that’s a quick one. :P

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Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What is your strongest argument against capital punishment?”)

Q&A: Willpower

The sixty-fourth question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What is the strongest willpower you’ve ever displayed?”

You know, I’ve thought long and hard about this, and I still have absolutely no idea. I know there have been times in my life when I’ve displayed large amounts of willpower, but I can’t seem to call anything to mind that seems worthy of being the answer here.  I feel like I want to keep trying to come up with the answer, but I’ve already thought about it off and on for days, so I think at this point I’m just going to give up and say I don’t have a good answer for this one.  Sorry!

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Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What’s the worst crime you have ever committed?”)

Q&A: Sexy

The sixty-third question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What is the sexiest thing anyone has ever worn for you?”

Well, no girl has ever intentionally dressed sexy for me, and I don’t think any man has ever intentionally dressed up in a suit or anything like that for me either, so…it’s hard to say if anyone has ever worn anything sexy just for me.  But if we just go with what the sexiest thing anyone’s ever worn in my presence was, that would be (hands down) my boyfriend wearing nothing but his underwear.  They are incredibly flattering on him, and draw attention to his gorgeous back, abs and perfect ass…so yeah, that’d be the one.  I’m pretty sure it’s actually the only thing any guy has ever worn around me that I actually thought *was* sexy…which sounds bad, but I mean come on; girls just have much better bodies! Clothes are so much more flattering on them! But him in his underwear, yeah, I can handle that.  Mmmmmhmmm. That’s a happy thought.

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Okay, enough of that awkwardness! Till next time…

Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What is the strongest willpower you’ve ever displayed?”)

Q&A: Winning

The sixty-second question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What is the best thing you have ever won as a prize?”

I don’t often win things, so this will be a very short answer :P In my whole life, I can only actually remember winning three things: a huge stuffed panda bear, a Zelda stained glass wall sticker, and an eReader.  I may have won some other things, but I really don’t know what they were if I did, so given those are the only ones I remember, I’d have to say that the best thing I ever won as a prize was the Zelda stained glass wall sticker.  Why? Well, I already had an eReader when I won one, I don’t remember winning the stuffed bear (apparently it was a colouring contest when I was a kid), and I really wanted the sticker, but never thought I could actually win it.  So, there you go!

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Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What is the sexiest thing anyone has ever worn for you?”)

Q&A: Mail

The sixty-first question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What are the best and worst letters you have ever received in the mail?”

Questions like these are hard for me because I have an extremely terrible memory, and I don’t want to give an answer and then realize that there was a much, much better one that just didn’t come to me at the time of writing.  But since there’s nothing I can really do about that, as I can’t force myself to remember things I don’t, I guess I’ll just have to go with the first ones that come to mind.  And by “first ones that come to mind”, I  mean first ones that come to mind the second time writing this, as WordPress deleted my first attempt. -_-

Anyway, what was the best letter I ever received in the mail?  Well, that’s a bit hard to say, as I’ve received many wonderful letters in the past; mostly from ex-boyfriends.  The ones I loved the most were certainly the letters and drawings my long distance boyfriend in high school sent me, the poems a boyfriend I had before having my son sent me, and the beautiful letters my longest running boyfriend sent me while we were living together.  I have to say that I think the latter letters were probably my absolute favourites, as I loved not only the letters themselves, but the fact that he knew me well enough to know how much receiving physical mail meant to me, so he made sure I got some that not only wasn’t just flyers, but was actually really special and loving.  Those letters meant the world to me then, and I’ll always hold them dear to my heart, because that was such a thoughtful and romantic gesture.  So I’m not entirely sure which of those letters I would say was the best one, but I definitely have to say it would have been one of his. :)

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Now, the worst letter?  I’m really not sure.  I can’t really remember getting a lot of bad mail, though I’m sure I have…so I guess I’d have to go with something from the CRA, because mail from them is almost never good.  But there’s not much more to say about that, so…that’s all for now!

Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What is the best thing you have ever won as a prize?”)

Q&A: Willpower

The sixtieth question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “With whom is your willpower weakest?”

I think the answer to this depends on what I’m trying to use the willpower to fight. For a lot of things, it’s certainly my boyfriend, but when I’m with Mike it would also be him, as we are very bad influences on one another…and, of course, my son can crush my willpower quite often as well, when he wants to.  It’s strange, because that makes it sound like I have pretty much no willpower, when I actually can have fairly good willpower…I guess I’m just well swayed by the people I am closest to in my life, which are definitely those three.  Lately, though, I think I would have to say it’s probably weakest with my boyfriend, as I don’t think I have ever turned down anything with him yet, no matter how much I knew I should.  …That sounds a lot worse than it is, but usually what he breaks my willpower on most is food. I know I shouldn’t eat all of everything, and definitely not a whole bunch of sweets, but there I am doing it anyway, because he either gives me those things or encourages me to eat them on my own,  giving me surprisingly valid excuses to do so.  And I think that’s all there is to say about that!

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Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “What are the best and worst letters you have ever received in the mail?”)

Q&A: Recurrent

The fifty-ninth question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What is the recurring dream that you most enjoy?”

This is a hard question for me to answer, because the only recurring dreams I can actually remember having were all when I was younger, and they were all fairly terrible.  Every single one of them involved death to some degree (murder or suicide, but never natural death), most of them involved some sort of trickery/deception, and they were always very dark and filled with imagery that would be the stuff of nightmares for most people.  For me, those dreams were a regular occurrence, so I never really felt very affected by them, but I know that most people having the same dreams would have been terrified of them.  So…I’m not sure I could really say I enjoyed any of my recurring dreams; I didn’t mind them very much, but I don’t think there were any I particularly liked…so I don’t think I really have an answer to this question, since there’s no point getting into the bad ones, as they don’t actually answer the question as it was presented.  Guess I’ll just leave it at that, then!

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Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments! :)

(Next question: “With whom is your willpower weakest?”)

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