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THE RULES:
1. Leave me a comment saying anything random, like your favorite lyric to your current favorite song. Or your favorite kind of sandwich. Something random. Whatever you like.
2. I respond by asking you five personal questions so I can get to know you better.
3. Update your LJ with the answers to the questions.
4. Include this explanation and offer to ask someone else in the post.
5. When others comment asking to be asked, you will ask them five questions.

[livejournal.com profile] arliss asked me:

1. You suddenly acquire an income more than adequate to meet your needs. Liberated from the need to earn a living, what profession or avocation do you pursue?

2. You spent part of your childhood in the south. What makes you nostalgic? What are you glad you escaped?

3. You're having a celebration. How large a party is it, and who do you invite? Do you include people from work and the neighborhood and the grocer from the corner store? I don't need a guest list, just an idea of how large or small your celebration would be.

4. If you could change one national government policy, what would it be?

5. One week with unlimited funds; what do you do?

And I answered:

1. The answer to this one terrifies me with how easily it slipped into my mind: I start a church. I turn no one away: no denominational requirements. I invite pastors, priests, rabbis, imams, bodhisattvas, anyone who will help. And we preach love, forgiveness, love, resistance to evil, love, mindfulness, love, tolerance, and a bit more love. Until they came to take us away.

2. What makes me nostalgic: The sounds of thunder in the summertime (rare out here, but much more common there). The sound of a young black waitress asking an older white man in a wheelchair, "What can I get you, baby?" (I do not know whether they were previously acquainted -- I've been away too long to differentiate the 'baby' one uses with strangers from the one used with friends and family.) Talking to you; hearing the softness of those North Carolina vowels, coupled with the natural warmth of your voice. The sight of fireflies, so common in the east Tennessee summers, unheard of in my portion of California.

What I'm glad I escaped: The almost-ritualised homophobia, and the air of casual menace that Southern males project towards people they see as interlopers. The deep mistrust of intellectual pursuits, although there's quite a bit of that out here in supposedly-enlightened California as well. The 95F/95% humidity summers. The American exceptionalism, the feeling that somehow the landed white males are superior to everyone else by God's grace.

3. The door is open, and all are welcome. But I've only invited about a dozen people. If the grocer happens by, we'll greet her from the porch and invite her and her kids in for a bite. I live in a household of five, so we can switch off the hosting duties -- I can go hide in the back room as it's necessary, without fear that people will feel unwelcomed.

4. Universal health care. Right bloody now. Emphatically including medical and psychiatric care for the veterans and victims of this clusterfuck of a war. As important as it is to end the war, and as much as I'd like to do it, this trumps it by a long way.

5. Unlimited? Pay off a staggering number of bills. Contribute another staggering amount to the bank accounts of various charities and associates (friends in the fannish community, Buffistas, etc.) anonymously if possible. Rent a truly silly minivan and drive my entire household and their mates up to Harbin Hot Springs and laze around for a week. Wire money to any of my far-flung family-by-choice (Buffistas and otherwise) who want to join us. Give my mother enough money that she can retire comfortably.


Go nuts, y'all.

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 05:17 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] debg.livejournal.com
"Hold me when I'm here/you won't always be there/and love me when I'm gone."

Five for Deb

Date: 2007-07-26 05:30 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. What is the most positive experience you've had with any sort of organised religion?

2. I know that you have posted in several places that you are 'not much of a hugger.' And yet, I keep forgetting this and hugging you when I see you, and you've seemed glad of it, not just tolerant. Should I stop hugging you? Why or why not?

3. Bill Clinton calls you on the phone and asks you to summarise, in four sentences, what you think Hillary should do to secure the Democratic nomination. What do you say, and does it involve licking him?

4. You are asked to give a commencement speech at a small liberal-arts college full of aspiring writers. Do you accept? If so, what do you talk about? If not, why not?

5. What are the two necessary components for a successful Buffista gathering? Why those two?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 05:19 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] toymaker.livejournal.com
Misty sunrise in my hometown,
Rows of cotton bout knee high,
Mrs. Baker down the dirt road,
Still got clothes out on the line,

Erwin Nichols there with Judge Lee,
Playin checkers at the gin,
When I dream about the southland,
This is where it all begins

From Carolina down to Georgia,
Smell the jasmine and magnolia,
Sleepy Sweet home Alabama,
Roll tide roll,
Muddy water, Misssissippi,
Blessed Graceland whispers to me,
Carry on, Carry on,
Sweet Southern Comfort carry on,

Catchin catfish on the river,
Chasin fireflies by the creek,
Kissin Gary Williams sister,
On the porch Homecomin week,

With rusty cars and weeping willows,
Keepin watch out in the yard,
Just a snapshot of downhome Dixie,
Could be anywhere you are,

In Carolina or in Georgia,
Open arms are waitin for ya,
Louisianna yellow rose of San Antone,
Arkansas, Mississippi,
Old man river whispers to me,
Carry on, Carry on,
Sweet Southern Comfort carry on,

As I sit here I'm surrounded,
By these priceless memories,
I don't have to think about it,
There's no place I'd rather be,

In Carolina or in Georgia,
Smell the jasmine and magnolia,
Sleepy Sweet home Alabama,
Roll tide roll,
Muddy water, Misssissippi,
Blessed Graceland whispers to me,
Carry on, Carry on,
Sweet Southern Comfort,
Carry on, Carry on,
Sweet Southern Comfort carry on

Five for Robert

Date: 2007-07-26 05:36 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. Does it feel excessively formal/distant to you when I call you 'Robert' rather than 'Bobby'? Which do you prefer, specifically from me? Any idea why that is?

2. Is living at HODO harder or easier than you thought it would be? Why?

3. Where would you go on vacation if money were no object? Who would you take with you, if anyone?

4. What's the thing you like the most about living in northern California? The thing you like the least?

5. What, if anything, do you miss about military life?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 05:48 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] moonwhispers.livejournal.com
Floom? Flibble!

Five for Brian

Date: 2007-07-26 06:16 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. What convention in the US have you always wanted to go to, but never gone?

2. What's the weirdest thing anyone's ever dared you to do?

3. In the movie of your life, who would you want to play you? To play Zach?

4. What's the sweetest thing an online-only friend has ever done for you?

5. You have a Word of Command and can make the entirety of the US Congress obey your will for one hour. What do you make them do?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 06:29 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] dancing-star.livejournal.com
Can You Imagine?
(For the Child in All of Us)
by Robert F. Potts (c) 1996

Can you imagine a world without witches,
A world with all people the same?
Where the only known dragons are hiding in books,
And children are terribly tame?

A world without magic would be sad indeed.
I cannot imagine the pain
Of having a world where there's no Santa Claus,
Where wizards are searched for in vain.

Can you imagine a world without spells,
That science and businesses run?
And think of the sadness a unicorn feels
When he no longer plays in the sun.

Can you imagine a world without witches,
No elves, and no magical pools?
And can you imagine how dull it would be
If all that we had were the schools?

I cannot imagine a world without witches,
A world with no magical wand.
A world without beauty, or even a dream,
Or a wood sprite of whom to be fond.

They say I should grow up and be more mature,
Like a normal adult ought to do.
But I'd rather, at night, go to dance with a witch,
And I'll bet that you feel that way, too.

Five for Amara

Date: 2007-07-26 06:41 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. What would be your ideal vacation with just you and [livejournal.com profile] ag_unicorn?

2. Ideal vacation with you and [livejournal.com profile] ag_unicorn and all the kids?

3. If you could change one thing about the way your kids are educated, what would it be?

4. Describe your perfect poly/community event.

5. Two weeks and a debit card with a huge balance on it. What do you do?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 06:33 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] telynor.livejournal.com
I switched off the light and we returned to Geppetto's kitchen.

'Here you go,' said Julian Sparkle, handing me a cardboard box. Any sort of enmity he might have felt towards us had vanished.

'What's this?'

'Why, your prize, of course! A selection of Tupperware (tm) containers. Durable and with an ingenious spill-proof lid, they are the ideal way to keep food fresh.'

'Give them to the tiger.'

'He doesn't like Tupperware -- the lids are tricky to get off with paws.'

'Then you have them.'

'I didn't win them,' replied Sparkle with a trace of annoyance, but the he added after a moment's thought: 'but if you would like to play our "Super Wizzo Double Jackpot" game we can double your prize the next time you play!'

'Good, fine -- whatever,' I said as a phone on the kitchen table started jangling. They all went quiet as Julian picked it up.

'Hello? Two doors, one tiger, liar/non-liar puzzle speaking.'

He raised his eyebrows and picked up a handy pen to scribble a note.

'We'll be on to it right away.'

He replaced the phone and addressed the two guards, who were watching him expectantly. 'Scramble, lads -- we're needed on a boring car journey on the M4, westbound near Lyneham.'

The room was suddenly a whirl of activity. Each guard removed his door, which seemed to be on quick-release hinges, and then held it under his arm. The first guard placed his hand on the shoulder of Sparkle, who had turned his back, and the second on the shoulder of his compatriot. The tiger, now free, stood behind the second guard and placed one paw on his shoulder, and with the other picked the telephone off the table.

'Ready?' called out Sparkle to the odd queue that had formed expertly behind him.

'Yes,' said the first guard.

'No,' said the second.

'Growl,' said the tiger, and turned to wink at us.

There was a mild concussion as they all jumped out. The fire blazed momentarily in the grate, the cat ran out of the room and loose papers were thrown into the air. Phone call to exit had taken less than eight seconds. These guys were professionals.

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 06:36 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] telynor.livejournal.com
--from First Among Sequels, by Jasper Fforde, the new Thursday Next book.

(s/the/then, paragraph 5.)

Five for Gwen

Date: 2007-07-26 06:52 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
Wow, that was truly industrial-grade 'random,' right there. Aren't you supposed to cut that stuff before you distribute it?

1. How did you feel after Consonance? Did things settle into place OK?

2. Did G enjoy his trip? And did he think I was a complete weirdo?

3. Were you serious about the spanking? And did I disappoint you terribly?

4. What do you think of now when you think about Kathy Mar's house and household?

5. Do you have any idea how difficult it was for me to keep my hands out of your hair?

Re: Five for Gwen

Date: 2007-07-26 09:57 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] telynor.livejournal.com
*grin*

It was the most recent scene in the book I'm currently reading, which I think you'd like.

1. Things settled down fairly well after Consonance, with a lot of time spent seeing my sister and brother in law, plus old friends [livejournal.com profile] casketgirl, [livejournal.com profile] trinsf, and [livejournal.com profile] caomhan. We also got to spend some quality time with [livejournal.com profile] decadentdave, which is always nice. I regretted that we did not get to spend more time with you or Pix.

2. G enjoyed his trip very much and loved the kids at Kathy's house; she has lots of teenagers right now. When asked about you, he has to search for the memory, because what he remembers about California are the teenagers; we old people all look alike. ;) "The guy with all the hair?" he asks. "One of them," I say. "The one who came up to our room after my concert. You were there." He thinks for a minute. "He was OK." You passed. ;)

3. Yes, I was serious about the spanking. J doesn't do that sort of thing, though he has begun to offer to do it 'for me', which gives me pause. You didn't disappoint me terribly. It was just so comforting and freeing to be in the company of people I could say things like that around. The only thing that really disappointed me (and I understood the reasons for it, given the birthday timing and all) was that I didn't get to see Pix, and I miss her hugs.

4. Kathy's house is like having a family home. I love going back there, and I think I always will. In the absence of parents and a big extended family to come home to, Kathy's is the closest thing there is.

5. Nope. But, you know. Like that.

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 04:08 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] djinneth.livejournal.com

Well Your faith was strong but you needed proof
You saw her bathing on the roof
Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you
she tied you to her kitchen chair
She broke your throne and she cut your hair
And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah


Also, I miss you!

Five for Gwynne

Date: 2007-07-26 09:41 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. What's the hardest piece of music you've ever sung? Was it a rewarding experience? Why or why not?

2. What's the sweetest non-sexual thing that's ever been whispered in your ear?

3. What is your ideal length for a vacation? (i.e. long enough to really feel like a break, but short enough that you don't get bored)

4. What are your top three choices for countries to settle down in besides the US? Why those three?

5. If you and I were at a loud party, and I wanted to make you giggle and blush without doing anything screamingly inappropriate, what would I do?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 05:08 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] redstreets.livejournal.com
Nurble garnk and splorkle.

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 09:44 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. Who wrote the book of love?

2. Why do fools fall in love?

3. Who shot the sheriff, and why?

4. Why do science fiction fans throw conventions, and why do we keep volunteering for them?

5. What's your favourite potted plant, and why?

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Date: 2007-07-26 05:18 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] castlebreaker.livejournal.com
And graven with diamonds in letters plain
There is written, her fair neck round about:
Noli me tangere, for Caesar's I am,
And wild for to hold, though I seem tame.

- Thomas Wyatt (the Elder)

Five for castlebreaker

Date: 2007-07-26 09:50 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. How do you know [livejournal.com profile] arliss?

2. How many times in your entire life have you been in love?

3. Do you believe that love is the way to God? Why or why not?

4. If you had to explain to an alien from another solar system the difference between Elvis Presley and The Beatles, how would you do it, and would you use the Rolling Stones and Chuck Berry in your explanation?

5. Who, in your opinion, is the greatest cellist of your generation?

Re: Five for castlebreaker

Date: 2007-07-31 12:55 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] castlebreaker.livejournal.com
1. How do you know arliss?

We met at a writing class held at Salem College ... ye gods, I forget how many years ago now. I saw she carried a little Steiff bear in her purse - and so did I! Turned out we both loved Steiff teddy bears and, between that and writing, we starting chatting and hit it off and ... here we are. We both say in many ways, we are SO radically different that she sometimes wonders how we remain friends ... but I think that just makes things more interesting and on the things we DO agree on or both like, we're there 100% on all of 'em.

2. How many times in your entire life have you been in love?

With a real person? ;-) REALLY been in love - only twice. One was a 7-year relationship, the other is with my husband to whom I've been married for 11 years.

3. Do you believe that love is the way to God? Why or why not?

Atheistic agnostic here. My concept of divinity doesn't include a "GOD" per se, so I can't really answer that question in that fashion.

I see "love" as a powerful entity, rather like nuclear energy. It can be used for great good or great evil - it can build up and it can destroy. However, having said that, I AM a huge, mushy romantic on the inside. :)

4. If you had to explain to an alien from another solar system the difference between Elvis Presley and The Beatles, how would you do it, and would you use the Rolling Stones and Chuck Berry in your explanation?

I could tell them about The Beatles, but not much about Elvis (besides, he's up there with them, anyway, so they already know about HIM. In fact, they know way more than I do.)

5. Who, in your opinion, is the greatest cellist of your generation?

I'm afraid I'm not familiar w/many cellists. Yo-Yo Ma would be the standard answer, I suppose. I was a music major and trained for 13 years as a classical pianist, so I'm more a Vladimir Horowitz and Glenn Gould fan. (And Victor Borge, both in his serious & funny moments. In order to goof off THAT much at a piano, you HAVE to have an enormous talent. Ditto Liberace.)

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 06:05 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] jobethfun67.livejournal.com
You have interesting friends, dear heart!

Five for Joan

Date: 2007-07-26 09:59 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. What is your favourite thing about the poly dinners? Your least favourite thing?

2. What is the main difference between love as you see it portrayed in TV/movies and love as you've experienced it yourself?

3. If all the world's a stage, and men and women merely players, who's going to play you in the movie adaptation?

4. Have you ever wanted to wake up one morning and be male? If so, temporarily or permanently? If not, why not?

5. Fifty thousand dollars in small bills, and two weeks to spend it all. What do you do?

Re: Five for Joan

Date: 2007-07-26 11:50 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] jobethfun67.livejournal.com
1. What is your favourite thing about the poly dinners? Your least favourite thing?
What I like is the time to spend with th epeople I call friends!
What I like least is that at times there are SO many people there, and they get SO damn cliquey *is that a word?* and don't like to talk with new people.

2. What is the main difference between love as you see it portrayed in TV/movies and love as you've experienced it yourself?
Love as you see in the movies/books is so all consuming and so limited to only one person. Love as I feel is that it is SO expanding that I can love many more people than "normal" people.

3. If all the world's a stage, and men and women merely players, who's going to play you in the movie adaptation?
Probly some cute and cuddly, 'cuz that is who I am.

4. Have you ever wanted to wake up one morning and be male? If so, temporarily or permanently? If not, why not?
Nope, not at all. I enjoy being a woman, even if I am not overly femme...

5. Fifty thousand dollars in small bills, and two weeks to spend it all. What do you do?
Hmm, this is an interesting question. I would probly go out and buy myself a tablet computer, then take the rest and pay for people to get thru the bridges, coffee, give some dinners to those Mexicans who hover outside home depot, have a spare the air day and pay for everyone to ride public transit. More than $50,000, I know, but still...

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-26 10:04 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] eeyoredragon.livejournal.com
me too, me too!
cuz this should be way more difficult to think of stuff. :)

"don't make me get my flying monkeys!"

Five for Sheila

Date: 2007-07-26 10:26 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. When was the last time you dipped any part of your body in the ocean? If the ocean wasn't the Pacific, which one was it?

2. Do you believe that people who are attracted to one another can be friends without letting that attraction interfere with the friendship? Why or why not?

3. If you were given your choice between a long, relaxed massage with eight hours of restful sleep and a night of incredible debauchery and forbidden delights with very little to no sleep, which would you choose? Would your choice be different next week? Why or why not?

4. Who is the person you think is hot about whom all of your friends would turn to you and say, "That's a very, very odd choice"?

5. What is your totemic/symbolic attraction to dragons? What do they mean to you?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-27 12:24 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] pusifoot.livejournal.com
*pokes in head*

Mew? MEW!!

"You're missing the whole point
You're not my little pet
don't throw away your life
the game's not over yet."

One of the sweetest love songs ever, by still my favourite band of all time :)

Five for Tif

Date: 2007-07-27 04:23 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. What's your favourite spot to watch the sun set?

2. Bread and wine and ... ? And what's the occasion?

3. You can insert one sentence in next year's State of the Union address, and have it not be noticed until it's gone out on the air. What is it, and where in the speech does it fall?

4. What's the best way to a dragon's heart?

5. You can have the superpower of your choice for 48 hours. What do you pick, and what do you do with it?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-27 01:26 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] brigideire.livejournal.com
OK, me too. :)

"Wherever you go, there you are."

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-27 04:39 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. What's the weirdest thing that's happened to you since you got involved with the BayCon crowd?

2. Is there a physical place you go to when you need to do your deepest thinking, or is it simply a place inside yourself? Please describe it, in either case.

3. You're having a gathering of a dozen of your nearest and dearest. What do you feed them, and what do you have them bring?

4. Who is your favourite Muppet, and why?

5. What's the cheesiest line anyone's ever used on you, that has nonetheless had the desired effect?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-27 03:13 am (UTC)
platypus: (Default)
From: [personal profile] platypus
Do you know everybody else on your friends list in real life? :)

Five for Kite

Date: 2007-07-27 04:51 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
Not all of them. But a lot of them, yes.

1. Have you ever been to San Francisco? Would you like to?

2. What is the strangest thought you've ever had about me?

3. Have you tried any of the 'fully immersive' MMORPGs? How does that interface feel to you, after more than a decade of text and imagination?

4. Who is the kinkiest librarian you know? (pseudonyms permissible, of course.)

5. What's the most inappropriate thought (not necessarily sexual, just inappropriate) thought you've ever had about a piece of library equipment?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-27 03:55 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] lokiz-mom.livejournal.com
what are we going to do tonight brain?

Same thing we do every night, Pinky ...

Date: 2007-07-27 06:00 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
... ASK J9 PERSONAL QUESTIONS!

1. What is your favourite pastry to make, and why?

2. What is the most outlandishly inappropriate thing you've ever wanted to do behind the reg desk?

3. Why are geeks sexier?

4. If you could walk around in a male body for a week and then give it back, who would you choose to trade with? Why?

5. What is your favourite word in the English language? Your least favourite? Why?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-27 04:27 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] marcyss.livejournal.com
It's not easy having yourself a good time
Greasing up those bets and betters
Watching out they don't four-letter
Fuck and kiss you both at the same time
Smells-like something I've forgotten
Curled up died and now it's rotten

I'm not a gangster tonight
Don't want to be a bad guy
I'm just a loner baby
And now you're gotten in my way

I can't decide
Whether you should live or die
Oh, you'll probably go to heaven
Please don't hang your head and cry
No wonder why
My heart feels dead inside
It's cold and hard and petrified
Lock the doors and close the blinds
We're going for a ride

It's a bitch convincing people to like you
If I stop now call me a quitter
If lies were cats you'd be a litter
Pleasing everyone isn't like you
Dancing jigs until I'm crippled
Slug ten drinks I won't get pickled

I've got to hand it to you
You've played by all the same rules
It takes the truth to fool me
And now you've made me angry

I can't decide
Whether you should live or die
Oh, you'll probably go to heaven
Please don't hang your head and cry
No wonder why
My heart feels dead inside
It's cold and hard and petrified
Lock the doors and close the blinds
We're going for a ride

Oh I could throw you in the lake
Or feed you poisoned birthday cake
I wont deny I'm gonna miss you when you're gone
Oh I could bury you alive
But you might crawl out with a knife
And kill me when I'm sleeping
That's why

I can't decide
Whether you should live or die
Oh, you'll probably go to heaven
Please don't hang your head and cry
No wonder why
My heart feels dead inside
It's cold and hard and petrified
Lock the doors and close the blinds
We're going for a ride

Five for Sarah

Date: 2007-07-27 06:10 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. What do you miss least about the Bay Area?

2. You win an all-expenses-paid vacation to anywhere you choose in the world. Where do you go, how long do you stay, and what do you do?

3. If you could play any musical instrument (not voice), which one would you choose? Why?

4. What mythological creature do you most identify with? Why?

5. Road Runner vs. Bugs Bunny. Who wins, what's the game, and why?

(no subject)

Date: 2007-07-27 06:42 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] pixie0fd00m.livejournal.com
Another postcard with chimpaneeeeze and everyone is addressed to meeeeee....

Five for Lisa

Date: 2007-07-27 06:50 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] karlht.livejournal.com
1. Why monkeys? What's the totemic/symbolic connection?

2. What is it that you identify with in Tinkerbell?

3. What's your favourite phrase in the English language? Your least favourite? Why?

4. If you could be one kind of animal for a week, and then switch back, what would you be, and why?

5. Of all the places you've lived, which was the weirdest? Why?

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