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Do you believe that each individual on Earth has a soulmate?

Possibly. I'd prefer we each have more than one, since it's virtually impossible just to find one.

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Do you believe that everything happens for a reason?

Only in terms of electrons. The deeper *meaning* of things that happen is/are entirely random.

What advice would you give to children today?

Don't listen to any established group and what they try to convince you of. Read, read, read, then go travel and explore and openly look at the world and try to understand it rather than judge it. Exercise and learn self defense. Indulge your interests and talents lushly, but get a strong tech degree (science, biology, tech, electronics NOT business) that will give you a real world scientific skill that would help you survive in the event of a zombie apocalypse or spaceship escape from earth. You DO NOT want to be one of the useless detritus of humanity that get left behind because their only discernible skill is consumption of others resources, but you also don't want to wake up when you're 40 and realize you hate your career because you never did the things that fulfill your creative side. Pretend you're going to be a movie-style super spy...what would you need to know? How to hack a computer and speak 5 language, defend yourself and understand others motives. If you have any spiritual beliefs, respect them, but no more or less than you respect others.

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Do you believe in Karma?

Somewhat, but not in any concrete way...I've seen too many horrible people succeed, and too many hard working kind people suffer.

If you saw someone shoplifting, what would you do?

Get in their way leaving the store, and call the attention of security or a worker. Or follow them and get their license number. If they look poor or hungry, I'd consider saying nothing.

What's your opinion about the death penalty?

If there is NO shadow of a doubt of guilt (DNA and other proof, or confession) I think they should be taken from the courtroom directly to the town square and immediately and publicly executed. (No, I'm a democrat)

When did you first fall in love?

16 years old... Actually, there was a boy when I was in grade school who I remember considering SO important and I was crushed when he didn't return to school the next year. I ached a little over the summer waiting to see him again, and he wasn't there. I found out 10 years later in high-school that his brother had died and they were forced to move away.

Do you believe that playing is more important than winning?

Only if it's not a contest. If the person/group who "wins" gets something out of it or moves ahead, then the goal is to win. But I prefer activities where playing to make the process better is the point and there's no contest against anyone/anything.

Do you prefer to answer questions or ask them?

I'm more comfortable answering because I don't feel inhibited. But asking is fun too.

What business or company do you wish you owned?

The biggest and most powerful oil conglomeration... so I can have the power to shut down as many of the things destroying the planet as possible.

What question do you often ask yourself?

Where I can go to settle/live away from all the ugly and waste in the world.


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