I have very few dreams, honestly. And even then, the dreams are jumbled and I rarely remember.
Basic foods. I make a mean BLT with fried egg, or grill like a champion.
A great thinker, and recommended to anyone looking into philosophy. He foresaw something in the advent of technology which has come to pass since. We are now materialistic to a fault, buying everything, and using anything to make a sale (politics included). Turning us into a nihilistic, absent-minded people.
I dislike this question. The act highlights a divided populace. One side adamant about their views and the other apathetic about the problems around them.
Because seem curated, like "Who will Jacob Sartorius marry?"
My family. But others too, depending on the situation.
Gangs of New York
Love is not lust or infatuation. So this takes time. Time to build the trust, get to know the person's quirks, and time to truly appreciate them.
This is quite a subjective question. However, I'd argue that it is very rare that it will be a good relationship.
Read Heidegger. He's got a measured view of him.
Aren't you nice? Thank you.
A combination of nurturing care and discipline.
No. My wife and I are equally supportive of each other.
One of freezing all night while playing a show with friends. One, a night watching the snow fall with my wife out of the big front window while staying warm.
Maynard James Keenan, but this really depends on the genre.
My family. Being a good husband and father is one of the most important contributions to society you can make.
No clue, but not at all that I know of.
It's a period of significant change in most people's lives in today's society. I'd say, if you love someone, stay with them for another year or so.
It may be a sign of a bad relationship. We all get urges, but a satisfied partner needs not look elsewhere. It will bring shame to your partner, and they should be worth more than that. There is excitement in something new, but strength and will power are needed to maintain something that will benefit you, your partner, and most importantly, your children who'll learn their principles from their parents.
90's. My theory: each era of rock has had its new technologies since the 60's. So, 60's used a lot of delay and reverb, 70's had a lot of phaser, 80's found chorus, and really good muff and distortions. Each era used and overused these. But, the 90's used all of these when applicable, didn't overuse, and also bands still wrote their own music. So, it's the last era of real music, using a multitude of different tech.