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    These questions cause too much input for me... simple questions would be easier....

    I will give you my favorite Orchestral work, never mind the other nine, if you'll forgive me. My favorite is Vivaldi, The Four Seasons.. all of dem.

    What was your favorite subject in school?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiz_paws View Post
    These questions cause too much input for me... simple questions would be easier...
    Should we perhaps open a second thread for questions that are causing more input? :-)

    Maths.

    Which are your favourite 3 composers?

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    Hyperledger, Quantum, and Visual

    Who is your favorite comedian ?
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    Nigel Hawthorne ("Yes, Prime Minister").

    Who are your 3 favourite composers of Classical music?

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    (Nigel was a gas in both of the "Minister" series.)

    Too many to choose... Mahler, Liszt, Mozart, (und so weiter...).................................. Copeland

    What is your favorite book of the dystopian genre ?
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    Well, I havent' read much of this genre. Besides some hardly known German books (mostly by Andreas Schlüter), the only one on Wikipedia's dystopian literature list that I had entirely read was "That Hideous Strength" (C.S. Lewis). So I take that one, although towards the end it became more and more confusing and disappointing to me, though always with a lot of suspense.

    Which is the funniest book you have ever read?

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    The Tommyknockers, by S. King.

    What is your favorite opera?
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    Tough one... The Marriage of Figaro over Carmen by a whisker - and many others by a nose... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YotMwwixPsw
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    And your question is ... ?

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    OK, then I'll continue.

    What are your 3 favourite symphonies?

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    Any of Rachmaninoff's Symphonies.

    What would you do if you stood behind someone who was verbally abusing the cashier at your local grocery store?
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