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#26 ortin

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Posted 02 November 2016 - 03:45 PM

I'm open to literally any questions

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Posted 02 November 2016 - 03:50 PM

I'm open to literally any questions

 

Good, I wrote more questions on yours. Did you see them?

[quote name="Kelvin" post="1996079" timestamp="1478129735"]You're probably right in regards to people not wanting to hear your life that is as you say, complicated with boring things and tends to drag peoples' emotional highs downward. I think the interesting thing about an AMA is that if people ask you to share those things, they're interested in your complicated life with boring things and reading about it won't be a drag for the asker. Well, I'm willing to invest time to complete strangers. That's something... I guess. But your scuba experience is interesting. Having roaches in your wetsuit raises more questions than being assaulted by Nemo's house. Did you have any more experiences like that?

 
Lmao @ Nemo's house, yes being assaulted by a house is a funny mental image. Experiences with house assaults or roaches?

 

Towards the roaches in your wetsuit, but really, any unusual/skin-crawling experience like ones that has bugs or pests.



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Posted 02 November 2016 - 04:00 PM

Good, I wrote more questions on yours. Did you see them?
 
Towards the roaches in your wetsuit, but really, any unusual/skin-crawling experience like ones that has bugs or pests.


Skin crawling not really, I'm not afraid of insects, snakes, rats, things most people are creeped out with. The roaches were a different story because they contain large number of parasites usually, two were in the legs of my wetsuit and one in my respirator mouth piece, not exactly ideal to breathe in roach dung etc. But I have a number of insect skin blistering experienes if you are interested in those?

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Posted 02 November 2016 - 04:03 PM

 

 

Self-esteem issues, cultural taboos, and the people here suck affect me too. I'm honestly surprised you replied to my question. You should be probably somewhere else helping someone out who really needs it than stroking my ego, by inadvertently making people checking out this thread after seeing you reply to it. It appears people do care (or at least are stimulated) from your responses. How's the music going for you? 

 

 

I love you. 

Music is fine. I just hate teaching music.



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Posted 02 November 2016 - 04:09 PM

Skin crawling not really, I'm not afraid of insects, snakes, rats, things most people are creeped out with. The roaches were a different story because they contain large number of parasites usually, two were in the legs of my wetsuit and one in my respirator mouth piece, not exactly ideal to breathe in roach dung etc. But I have a number of insect skin blistering experienes if you are interested in those?

 

... YES.

 

Damn. Where I study, the thought of insect feces being anywhere will chop some executive's head off. I can't imagine having it on life-supporting equipment like an air supply for diving.



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Posted 02 November 2016 - 04:32 PM

... YES.
 
Damn. Where I study, the thought of insect feces being anywhere will chop some executive's head off. I can't imagine having it on life-supporting equipment like an air supply for diving.


Yes I was not thrilled but it was my certification dive and had to complete it within a certain amount of time or forfeit my card. Tough choices. By the way I want to ask you a question and if you don't want to answer it, and answer it honestly, no big deal, I'll ask it after I tell you my first insect skin blistering experience. I was five, helping my mother to clean out shrubs from around a large porch in front of our house. She was using large trimming shears and I was taking branches she chopped off and moving them into a pile. Well unknown to her she stuck the shears through the shrub and chopped a bees hive near in half. Instantly there was this crazy hum noise in the air and a literal swarm rose up about three feet hovered for a moment and then came right at me and my little dog at the time. Well needless to say I got covered in bees, my poor dog had quite a few as well, and they stung the ever living ghost out of me from head to knees. So we ran screaming trailing bees, into the house and slammed the door. Bees were inside all of my clothing and my hair, my dog had curly hair and had bees all tangled up in the curls. We also had quite a few bees get inside the house, we found bees for days at the windows. I don't think I really knew what was going on until my mother managed to get the bees off me and then the pain started in. I had blisters all over my skin, she had to remove stingers with tweezers and call the doctors. The agony of that many stings is off the charts for a five year old. Blisters took a couple of weeks to fully go away, and luck had it I was not allergic to bees. And my mom only got one bee sting...seriously :/ Now my question, what is your actual IQ score? You can give a range if you'd like, answering is optional, or you can Pm the answer if you'd prefer that.

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Posted 02 November 2016 - 05:14 PM

Yes I was not thrilled but it was my certification dive and had to complete it within a certain amount of time or forfeit my card. Tough choices. By the way I want to ask you a question and if you don't want to answer it, and answer it honestly, no big deal, I'll ask it after I tell you my first insect skin blistering experience. I was five, helping my mother to clean out shrubs from around a large porch in front of our house. She was using large trimming shears and I was taking branches she chopped off and moving them into a pile. Well unknown to her she stuck the shears through the shrub and chopped a bees hive near in half. Instantly there was this crazy hum noise in the air and a literal swarm rose up about three feet hovered for a moment and then came right at me and my little dog at the time. Well needless to say I got covered in bees, my poor dog had quite a few as well, and they stung the ever living ghost out of me from head to knees. So we ran screaming trailing bees, into the house and slammed the door. Bees were inside all of my clothing and my hair, my dog had curly hair and had bees all tangled up in the curls. We also had quite a few bees get inside the house, we found bees for days at the windows. I don't think I really knew what was going on until my mother managed to get the bees off me and then the pain started in. I had blisters all over my skin, she had to remove stingers with tweezers and call the doctors. The agony of that many stings is off the charts for a five year old. Blisters took a couple of weeks to fully go away, and luck had it I was not allergic to bees. And my mom only got one bee sting...seriously :/ Now my question, what is your actual IQ score? You can give a range if you'd like, answering is optional, or you can Pm the answer if you'd prefer that.

 

Ouch. Damn. I can't even.

 

Well, I took a free one that asked only 40 questions and got a 102 back when I was 18. I'm 24 right now. I don't want to take a serious one because it costs money and I'm content with my mediocrity. If you find a free one, I'll take that one just for your curiosity. 



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Posted 02 November 2016 - 05:17 PM

My self-proclaimed and baseless psychic powers have triumphed once again. I like the way it sounds too. But it's a shame, really. Other than sounding awesome, it doesn't quite hold a match to you as a person. If you /had/ to change your username, what would you pick?


I'd say it's a decent fit for me honestly, I'm a pretty standard guy all around. I think. I don't really know what I'd change it to. I really like short, punchy usernames when they're not taken, but I'm not sure what I'd choose. Probably an adjective though, not a noun. I like descriptive words.

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Posted 02 November 2016 - 05:18 PM

I love you. 

Music is fine. I just hate teaching music.

 

Love you, too. 

 

Teaching takes a lot of patience. It's annoying as it is to briefly teach patients about their meds in a mere simulation setting or controlled/educational. Like... no, sir. You can't drink alcohol with this pill or you'll die. And they be like: okay... what if I drink only half as much as I do now. And I'm like: *internal screaming*

 

I'm a pretentious prick who makes assumptions, but even if teaching music is difficult, it may be rewarding to see your student perform well and it that can outweigh the tediousness and hatred for teaching music.



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Posted 02 November 2016 - 05:39 PM

Ouch. Damn. I can't even.
 
Well, I took a free one that asked only 40 questions and got a 102 back when I was 18. I'm 24 right now. I don't want to take a serious one because it costs money and I'm content with my mediocrity. If you find a free one, I'll take that one just for your curiosity.


No that's ok. Just that you remind me of someone I know and wondered if your IQ was close in comparison. I really just appreciate having something fresh to read, why I tend to just read forums of interesting topics, books get old, more so with all the new crud being published. I love interesting personal experiences, and by interesting it could even be about something mundane and just an interesting perspective on it. I have been stung by a complete hive ( swarm not necessarily every bee in the hive) of honey bees, wasps and subterranean bumble bees, all of which were random and strange occurrences not due to my messing with bees. Do you have an insect fobia? I ask because you seemed to be interested in creepy bug experiences...and you know sometimes people like to get creeped out by things that can't actually do them any harm, aka someone else's creep out.

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Posted 02 November 2016 - 05:45 PM

No one knows who I am.

 

 

yet


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Posted 02 November 2016 - 06:10 PM

No one knows who I am.

 

 

yet

 

That is a good mindset you have.

 

for now.

 

When do you see yourself known and what steps will you take to reach that point?



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 01:48 PM

@Kelvin do you have an AMA?

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 02:01 PM

@Kelvin do you have an AMA?

 

I have two.



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 02:35 PM

This is now my AMA.


I'm open to literally any questions

Which Codexian (with over 1,000 posts) do you dislike the most?

 

Which Codexian do you want to take on a romantic date?



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 02:37 PM

This is now my AMA.


Which Codexian (with over 1,000 posts) do you dislike the most?

 

Which Codexian do you want to take on a romantic date?

 

You confuse me.

 

I'm going to eat grilled salmon for dinner.



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:25 PM

This is now my AMA.


Which Codexian (with over 1,000 posts) do you dislike the most?

 

Which Codexian do you want to take on a romantic date?

I dislike you for asking that question.

 

I would take no codexian on a romantic date because I'm already taken :/



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 08:44 PM

I dislike you for asking that question.

 

I would take no codexian on a romantic date because I'm already taken :/

These aren't real answers.

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 09:03 PM

These aren't real answers.

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Don't blame me, you're asking these questions in the wrong thread  :rolleyes:



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 09:09 PM

That is a good mindset you have.

 

for now.

 

When do you see yourself known and what steps will you take to reach that point?

 

I have no idea, all the Neopets guides are taken, hard to make new content on this. I don't know how I'll be known. I want to do a little more than just Chime in on other conversations. Never been big on any forums, so this is really all new to me.



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Posted 04 November 2016 - 03:22 AM

Kelvin you clever boy! 



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Posted 04 November 2016 - 12:08 PM

It's not because I don't think I'm interesting, but it feels like not too many people are interested in me :p Maybe it's because it's easy to just think "oh uh she's an anime fan, right? Isn't that an anime image/topic/something?" then not bother to think about digging past that assumption? It's pretty funny because I don't actually watch anime too often.

So what I'm saying is that I don't wanna clog the site up with a thread about me I guess.

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Posted 04 November 2016 - 01:26 PM

It's not because I don't think I'm interesting, but it feels like not too many people are interested in me :p Maybe it's because it's easy to just think "oh uh she's an anime fan, right? Isn't that an anime image/topic/something?" then not bother to think about digging past that assumption? It's pretty funny because I don't actually watch anime too often.

So what I'm saying is that I don't wanna clog the site up with a thread about me I guess.

 

Hey, Turnip, hey.

 

I'm an anime fan.

 

I look forward to Yuri on Ice, Natsume Yuujinchou Go, Hibike Euphonium II, and Magical Girl Raising Project each week.



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Posted 04 November 2016 - 02:55 PM

Hey, Turnip, hey.
 
I'm an anime fan.
 
I look forward to Yuri on Ice, Natsume Yuujinchou Go, Hibike Euphonium II, and Magical Girl Raising Project each week.


Is Sound Euphonium II just as gorgeous as the first season? We haven't gotten around to watching it yet but god, Kyoani did a great job last time around :0

But hot dang I'm seriously out of the loop, the only other anime I recognise from your list is Yuri on Ice >w< What are the other two you mentioned like?

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Posted 05 November 2016 - 12:05 AM

The season is only 1/3 done and I'd say the Euphonium's animation is pretty high up there even at its lows. 

 

Natsume Yuujinchou is like Mushishi except with a tad more warm and fuzzy feelings. It does get as bittersweet.

 

The Magical Girl Raising Project is magical girls doing whatever it takes to survive, even if it means setting up someone elses' death. Death Game. A bit of Battle Royale-esque except WAY less gore-y than expected.




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