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More or less, I have my moments. But I mostly like to write, not paint.

Do you ever burn out of tennis, if so why?

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No, never.

What is your happiest childhood memory? What makes it so special?

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Happiest when my cousin and I (we were best friends) were sitting on swings singing pop songs loudly, in harmony, and not giving a toss about the neighbours complaining. What makes it special is the friendship we had; that was the peak of us being inseparable.

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I generally value things by my emotional connection to them. In case of fire I'd sooner get a tablecloth that my grandmother or greatgrandmother made than anything else. So I guess family artwork.


What was the strangest instinctive reaction you've ever had toward someone?
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I don't know that I have a normal one

What type of person do you find most annoying?

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I'm pretty tolerant I think, but I do like silence so loud people do annoy me to a fault.

Which traits of yours do you think bother people the most, and what's your view of that?
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Your questions are not quick to answer.



I think I tend to be quite anti-social quite often. I don't like to be part of big groups for too long and like to be alone quite a bit.

What's my view? Put it this way, people who are extroverted, that is, people who go out to parties or social events often are most of the time considered "normal", yet people who like some alone time and introverted get crap for not going out more (in my expirence). I think that equal criticism ought to be available to those that are extroverted as to those that are not so much.

There is no wrong way to be, and "normal" as a behaviour does not really exist.

What traits do people praise in you that you think is overrated?

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Hmmn. I don't really get a lot of praise actually. For some reason I think people assume I don't need it Not sure why though.

What is something about you that makes you special or unique?
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The sports I follow outside of tennis, my extremely good taste in music and movies, and a weird sense of humour, all that in a humble individual.

Do you think a list dedicated to class and distinction on this site has any credibility if it has Start da Game on it (also co-chair of the selection committee), given his posting style and history of being banned for personal attacks?
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Nah I could care less who starts what here as long as it isn't abusive in any way. And there will always be crap spouted on this board. Free speech democracy and all that

Do you enjoy reading posts here that seem to gourd other posters and set them up tp look like ignorants or inbeciles? Or to be more blunt- do you enjoy the bullying?

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No. Says an awful lot about the mentality of the would be goaders that the only way they seem able to get their jollies is by baiting. Frankly, we can all see then where the imbecility lies.

Do you think that the global warming lobby have falsified evidence to support their theories?

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No.

Who do you trust more, the oil industry or the environmentalists?
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Environmentalists.

What one single thing makes you blazingly happy?



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No matter how bad a day I had, a loss by the Montreal Canadiens does the trick for me.

When was the last time you paid by cheque for something other than your rent?
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I can confidently say that I've never paid by cheque for anything.

What was the last good book you read?

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