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Oh, sure many.

I don't see much of a difference between Myth and "Science" or a "Logical process", I think we can get good information from all types of areas.

The Iliad and The Odyssey, parts of the Bible and many fiction stories contain many important lessons.

What insight or "special information" do you contain that you would like to share with others?

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None really. I can offer a view, which is a long way from being regarded as "insight", when I have information which informs, but other than that I would have to say no.

Is there any one book which has left a lasting impression on you?

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Wow, this is a tough question.

If forced to answer, I would have to say that Understanding Power by Noam Chomsky has changed my life.

Only thing that prevents me from recommending it to anyone else would be that there having some interest in US politics makes this book so much better.

Otherwise, one very good novel I have read recently and would not hesitate to recommend would be "Nausea" by Jean-Paul Sartre.

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Une saison dans la vie d'Emmanuel by Marie-Claire Blais. Its a classic of French Canadian literature. It gives a bleak vision of turn of the last century Quebec, and that was pretty bleak to begin with. Very dsturbing... And the whole novel is poetry, so I don't know how good translations could be.

What quality became more important for you when you reached adulthood?
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JUst a little flashback:

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None. All qualities which are important for me now have also been the same during my adolescence.

Do you regret something which you ever said to a person?
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Yes, more than one thing. Most of those things aren't that important, but some things I wish I could turn back. I tend to be quite rational, but sometimes I don't understand why I say certain things

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Yes, and no.

Do you like rich people?
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Some of them yes, others no.

Where would you like to live if you had a chance to go their tomorrow, all expenses payed?

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Some of them yes, others no.

Where would you like to live if you had a chance to go their tomorrow, all expenses payed?
England or Australia.

Where wouldn't you want to live, even if they payed you to live there?
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Hard to say, but probably any country with a more materialistic mentality than my own.

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Any country where I could not be openly gay. And the US.

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Trying to say no instead of yes

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Nadal vs. Coria 2005.

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At sporting events when most people are on their phones instead of actually watching the sport!

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