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This one was missing a lot of questions

4601. What do you think of rappers who talk about raping and killing their mother?
I think that’s a pretty horrible topic for a song.

4602. Are you art?
Aren’t we all?

4603. Do you think that most writers musicians and artists make art or lve art?
That typo could either be “love” or “live.” I’ll say it means “live.” So I think that most live art.
What would you prefer them do?
Live it!

4604. Iraq is destroying its missles and the white house is still not happy. Why not?
Oh, Bush era. How I do not miss you.

4605. Do you find americans to be a very sterile and emotionless people?
Quite the opposite, actually.

4606. What do we talk about when we talk about love?
Love is subjective.

4607. Would you write a song about how horrible your mom is in order to sell more records?
Never.
Why would anyone want to hear that anyway?
Good question.
4608. Do you think that eminem is genuine or doing it all for show (even his mom says it’s all for show)?

I have no idea, but Eminem’s hilarious.
4609. Should juveniles be tried as adults if they commit murder?
In some cases, yes.
4610. Should there be laws to restrict breeding?
Yes.
Should the laws include getting a high score on an iq test?
No.
Should the laws include proving that you can/will be able to provide care and support for the child?/
Yes.
Should the laws include a background check to determine whether you will be a fit parent?
Maybe.

4611. Would you/have you ever committed statutory rape (had sex with someone 17 or younger while you were 18 or older)?
No.

4612. Do you believe that Mcdonald’s should be held responsible for it’s customer’s obesity?
Ha. No.

4613. Did you know that 1/2 of american adults read at an 8th grade level or below (I just saw it on foxnews)?
Did not know that.

What do you think of this?
Doesn’t surprise me.

4614. Do you drink tea with honey?
Nope.

4615. Do bees and wasps terrify you?
Not “terrify,” but I don’t like them.

4616. How do you decide what to say and do when someone puts the spotlight on you?
I usually get too nervous to make any decisions.

4617. Are you more muddy or clean??
Clean.

4618. If consciousness could speak what would it say?
“Go to sleep and let me rest!”

4619. Is Leslie a good name for a man?
I love that name for a dude.

4620. Why do men feel they have the right to look woman up and down?
Do they?

4621. Are you pristine?
Ha. No.

4621. Do you want to blind people with your wet-look lipgloss?
Ew.

4622. How many years is too big of an age difference for a couple?
As long as there isn’t any sort of legal issue, then there is no such thing as “too big” of an age difference in my opinion.

4624. China and France are both opposed to war with Iraq. What do you think of this?
I’m with them.

4627. Who’s the sexiest ghostbuster?
I’ve never seen Ghostbusters.

4628. Are you a humanitarian?
I try to be.

4629. Have you ever seen the Tommy and Pamela Anderson honeymoon sex video?
Nnnnnnnnno.
Do you think it was meant to be private or a publicity stunt?
Who knows, who cares.

4630. Are you a cat expert?
Somewhat.

4631. Go Go Gadget:
BLOG!

4632. What’s your idea of fun?
Doing stats. Walking. Being a spazz.

4633. At what age will you panic about feeling old?
Been there, done that.

4634. It’s you and ___ against the world.
Yourself.

4635. Are you the keymaster or the gatekeeper?
This sounds dirty.

4636. When is the end of the world going to be?
Soon.

4638. Do you yell at the tv when the news disturbs you?
No.

4639. Is society too sick to survive?
We’re getting there.

4640. Have you ever been involved in a ritual?
Ever been to Catholic school?

4641. What the hell do YOU want?????
KNOWLEDGE!

4642. Have you seen finnian’s rainbow?
Nopes.

4643. Weezer’s best album is:
Make Believe
why?
It’s got most of their good songs on it. Beverly Hills, man!

4644. Fast food of choice is for you:
I dig McDonald’s. I’m not going to lie. Their fries are da bomb.

4645. What song is in your head RIGHT NOW!!!??
NOOOOOOTHIIIIIIIIIING!

4646. Is this a magic monet?
What?
Of course it is.
I’m confused.

4647. A theme song you hate is:
I always found the theme song to The Secret Life of the American Teenager to be obnoxious as hell.

4648. What words can you come up with by anagraming your name?
“Claudia Marie Mahler” anagrams to “A Lame Child Aura.” Take from that what you will.

4649. Are you a magician?
Abra-cadabra, yo.

4650. What kind of waffles suit you best?
This is the most important question ever.

4651. It’s the olden days and your father is going to drive all the way from the big city. He wants to bring something back for you. What do you ask him for?
MOONSHINE!
I have no idea.

4652. Have you ever watched Little House on the Prairie?
Nope.

4653. How did Columbus discover America when people were already living here?
Discovery is relative.

4654. How far can you spit?
Uh…I’ve never measured.

4655. What drinks do you know how to mix?
Uh…I can stir powdered fiber into a water bottle? Hahaha, I know, I suck.

4656. What does the perfect engagement ring look like?
No idea.

4657. How do you feel about arranged marriages?
I’m not a fan of marriage in general, considering the failure rate.

4658. Do you talk to angels?
Not that I’m aware of.

4659. What are you worried bout?
Everything. It’s my nature.

4660. How often do you touch people in conversations?
Very rarely.

4661. Do you read in bed?
I haven’t in a long time.

4662. How many sick days in a row do you take off from school or work?
I’m never sick.

4663. There are three nursery schools. Nursery school one has children sit together around tables. It emphasizes group play. It has building blocks that are very large, so large that it takes two or more children to lift them, in order to teach working together. It is moderately decorated and encourages the imagination by providing less materials for the children. There is one teacher per classroom and the teacher likes to allow the children to work out their own problems.
Nursery school two has many materials for the children and is brightly colored and decorated. There are two teachers per class and the teachers activly intervene between the children. There are different stations (painting, blocks, etc) and the children are encouraged to make choices about what they like to do and don’t like to do.
Nursery school three emphasizes schedualed activities. The children sit in rows and must work alone, relying on themselves. Everything is very organized and structured. The children wear bright clothing, and are taught to memorize stories and songs. If the parents both work, this school offers whole care, which means the child can stay overnight a few days a week.
Which school would you send your (possibly hypothetical) children to?
The third one.

4664. Each of those nursery schools is in a different country. Which one is in the United States?
The second.
Which one is in Japan?
The first.
What country is the last nursery school in?
North Korea? Haha, I don’t know.

4665. What hour is your most creative time of day?
Mid-morning. 9, 10 or so.

4666. Does sleeping feel more satisfying when all of your work is done or when there’s something else you should be doing?
Sleep is for mortals.

4667. Here’s a dollar. Put three songs on the juke box.
Songs cost 33.33 cents each?
Uh…Sleepyhead, the Sleepyhead Cillo remix, and the Sleepyhead Jazzsteppa remix. Because.

4668. Do you refer to teenagers as ‘kids’ yet?
Sometimes.

4669. What is one thing you thought was the end of the world when you were a teenager (or if you are a teenager name something you thought was the end of the world 5 years ago)?
Nothing, really.

4670. Are americans uptight about sex?
Somewhat.
Are you?
Bah. Sex.

4671. What boredgames are in your closet?
We used to have one of those OLD Monopoly board games where all the pieces were actually metal and the houses/hotels were wood. I don’t know if we still have it or not. Our fat cat sat in the cardboard lid and busted it up.

4672. What movie quote sticks out in your mind (don’t tell what movie it’s from, let us guess)?
“Disco is NOT dead! Disco is LIFE!”

4673. What is the weirdest song you’ve Ever found yourself enjoying?

4674. Look in a history book. Who would you fuck?
Dudes, if you have to ask that, you haven’t been paying attention to anything I say.

4675. A man in the reserves is being called off to war. He wants to defend his country but he finds that his 1 year old child needs a heart transplant. In his shoes would you stay and care for your child or go and defend your country?
I would go if the child had a mother/caregiver/someone else to care for the little dude.

4676. Is gone with the wind
an accurate movie:
I’ve never seen the movie.
a good movie:
See above. The book was meh.

4678. Is alcohol the water of life?
Not last time I checked.

4679. Name a friend of the opposite sex:
Sean!
He or she tells you that he or she has always had a crush on you. Your reaction:
Woo!

4680. Name one of your same sex friends:
Maggie!
He or she tells you that he or she is gay. Your reaction:
Woo!
Then he or she tells you he or she has always had a crush on you. Your reaction:
Woo! Though her marriage (her ACTUAL marriage) may interfere with any subsequent action.

4681. What was the difference between your reaction to the same sex and the different sex friend? NOTHING! I need a companion.

4682. Where could you go that would be so incredible you would no longer be able to come back to the life you live here and now?
Antarctia.

4683. What is the main problem you have with yourself?
I’m an idiot.

4684. When did you wish you could disappear?
Often.

4685. Why is it that we call poor-average people crazy and rich people eccentric?
Because we suck.

4686. Is rain on your wedding day a good example of irony?
Only if your name is Alanis.
Can you think of a good example of irony?
Probably, but not right now.

4687. What have you recently changed your mind about?
What to do with the next few years of my life.

4688. What is one thing you won’t allow yourself to have?
An iPhone. Claudia + 24/7 internet access = disaster.

4689. What would you say if Brad Pitt married Rosie O’Donnell?
Cool.
What about if Catherine Zeta Jones married Drew Carrey?
Cool.

4690. Name something that there is no wrong way to do:
Eat a Reese’s.

4691. If you and your partner could choose which of you would carry the baby (yes even the male would be able to carry it) who would your vote be for?
Neither. We’d adopt!

4692. If men could get pregnant would abortion become much more acceptable do you think?
Most likely.

4693. When and where have you felt most comfortable being nude?
Never, nowhere.

4694. What subject do you know the most about?
STATISTICS! Or Leibniz.

4695. What is the longest time you have gone between orgasms?
A lifetime.

4696. What is the least amount of money you would have to have in order to consider yourself rich?
$50,000?

4697. What words have others used to describe you?
Weird, colorful, short, obsessive.

4698. What is the most extreme thing you would do/have done to alter your appearance?
I lobbed off like a foot of my hair a few years ago.
Why did you/would you do it?
Because my hair is an annoying ball of fuzz and disappointment.

4699. What is the least amount of money you would accept to never have sex again?
I’d probably do it for free, but let’s just say $1 million just in case anyone ever offered.

4700. What has been the hardest secret to keep?
HA LIKE I’D TELL YOU NOW!

This is mostly to get the Inspector Gadget song out of my head, to be honest

My Decade of Music update:

After the musical drought that was February and March of this year, April has swooped in to save the day. I had a real hard time finding really good music during the previous two months, mainly because a) I finally started work and thus didn’t have as much free time to randomly browse Soundcloud/YouTube/Pandora/the internet in general to find songs, and b) I think I just didn’t have good luck those two months; I know there were spells in 2010 and 2011 during which I really struggled to find a new song every day.

But this month? FREAKING AWESOME SONGS!

I shall share my favorites with you:

  • Tiga’s (Far From) Home is like crack. Or heroin. Or meth. Or all three mixed together and injected into your eardrums. Make sure you listen to this with headphones or speakers with a good bass. You’ll thank me later.
  • I stumbled upon Ehrencrona’s This Is So Good randomly, but I’m certainly glad I did.
  • Sometimes iTunes has really good freebies. Sleepyhead was one of them. Eric Hutchinson’s Watching You Watch Him is another.
  • Music by Joe Hisaishi? YES. Considering my shameful unilingualism, I had to run 天空の城ラピュタ through Google Translate; according to that, it says “Castle in the Sky.”
  • And finally, let’s get some Dragonette going with Let It Go.

Woo!

Oh, and song suggestions are always welcome. :D