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    Neither is sufficient and it is wise not to have a lot of illusions about either.

    Wearing purple or wearing black?

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    I quite like both particularly together but if I had to choose I would say black

    Cool colors (blue, green purple) or warm colors (red, yellow, orange)?

    Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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    Somehow I pictured you like that, DM. It's why I asked.

    Cool colors at home, hot colors to face the world.

    Monty Python humor (dry but silly) or Saturday Night Live humor (loud and mocking)?

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    Haha that is funny

    I love Monty Python

    Monarchy or Anarchy?

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    I steer towards British humour, being British - but SNL can at times be satirical, rarely dry. VEEP is American and it's sharp and dry, love it!

    Alarm clock of some kind or you naturally get up?

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    How about staying in bed? Still using one of those beep beep beep alarms for now, but I usually wake up before it does.

    Your car's fm reception breaks. Do you listen to:1) am country music (followed by Rush Limbaugh); or 2) am Christian talk (followed by more am Christian talk)?

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    We dont' get htose here, but I would certainly give them a try.

    Do you go to actual bookstores or order physical(or electronic books) online- and if you do go to bookstores - which one, indenpendent? i am curious as to where we are heading on the whole book thing.

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    I read ebooks almost exclusively. I used to like a Borders bookstore in the old days, but it's been gone for years.

    Mr. Peanut or the Pillsbury doughboy?

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    the doughboy (from what i've seen on American tv)

    pacino or de niro?

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    See my comments about James Taylor and Robert Redford. And you may as well throw Jack Nicholson in, too. But okay, when they were young, right? I mean, honestly, they were both good actors, but I always saw the characters they typically played (the Godfather characters, for example) as lacking the realism that was often attributed to them. But if I had to chose, I dunno, Pacino?

    Cowboy movies or gangster movies?

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    Definitely gangster movies

    Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit?

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    Well, I read The Hobbit in Middle School, and liked it, but found the other books kind of lame when I read them in High School. I saw all three Lord of the Rings movies as an adult, and prayed for each of them to be over (especially the last one-- throw the damned thing in the volcano already!). So, I guess as a book, the Hobbit. Didn't bother with the movie, though.

    The Godfather or The Godfather II?

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    The Godfather

    Spending the weekend with your partner doing something you are not that interested in but they really wanted to do or both of you doing separate activities so you are not together but doing what you both really want to do?

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    Personally I prefer being together.

    A really funny movie or a really scary one?

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    The scarier the better


    Animated short film or live action short film?

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