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GUITARS ARE LIKE SEX...


That's why I love Michael Schenker!

Monday, February 04, 2008

Manic Monday

Is there anything too serious to joke about? If so, what falls into that category for you?
A lot of times, joking is the best way to relieve the pain of serious issues. I don't think that there is anything too serious to joke about for that reason. You just have to be careful that it is not done too much or others might not understand.

Would you rather be a tortured genius or a happy simple-minded person? Why?
The key word here is "happy." I'd much rather be stupid and happy than brilliant and miserable.

A dear friend or family member has a terminal illness and is in agony. He/she wants you to help him/her die. What would you do?
Having seen first hand the devastation caused by the so called treatments for truly terminal patients have not only to the patient but also to his family and friends, I would support this person's decision to die...
I don't know that I could physically do anything to help the person die, but I could stand by the decision of, "Give me morphine and let me die," especially in the case of a disease like brain cancer.

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