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  • Listening to: my two pugs bark at the ducks
  • Reading: "The Ship Of A Million Years"
  • Watching: NCIS, sunsets on the lake behind my house, and you
  • Playing: an Ibanez Saber and my ESP F250 solid body
  • Eating: once a day, whether I need to or not
  • Drinking: Modelo Especial
Lots of people are getting tagged with this. My friend and fellow deviant; Blades 123 posted 10 very fun questions after he got tagged, and then had the foresight to let everyone who wished to respond.

I enjoyed answering his questions quite a lot, so I figured I'd come up with 10 questions of my own and see who's still following my page. Thoughtful answers get extra credit.

There will be a test afterwards so pay attention!



1:  What song, or style of music, do you secretly listen to when no one is around, that would mortify you if people found out?

2:  Are you really that big of a trekkie, or do you just google the proper references because everyone on DA seems to be a major trekkie, and you want to fit in?

3:  If you were a car, what kind of car would you be and why? Give make and model, please.

4:  Was this the best season of DWTS or what?

5:  If you had to pick 5 books to save, and all other books would be destroyed forever, what 5 would you choose?

6:  What is your favorite historical period? This can be a time, an era, or a region in time, such as "Ancient Egypt", or a people, such as "The ancient Romans". Explain your answer.

7:  What is the answer to the question of Life, the universe, and everything?

8:  Name the three artists you feel have had the greatest direct influence on your art.

9:  Freud or Jung?

10:  Can I have a llama please?


My answers, for those who are curious....


1,    I'd say old school country, but I'm actually pretty okay with that. I guess, as a hard core rocker, I'd rather not admit to really liking Celine Dion.
2,    I'm a sick, freakish, idic loving, weird finger sign making, dialogue quoting, model building, seen every episode of every series and every movie (several times at least), proud TREKKIE!
3,    1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 with a Hurst Slap Stick transmission. Bronze Metallic with a creamy white vinyl top and white racing stripes. All black leather interior, Captain's seats. Center shifter, of course. Mag wheels and 60's all around, raised white letter tires. An absolute bad ass of a rock and roll car.
4,    No doubt!
5,    Just doing this would kill my soul. I'd do it if I had to, in order to save 5 books, but I would hate it worse than just about anything. 1, The Lord Of The Rings (the trilogy counts as one story in my mind). 2, Dune, by Frank Herbert. 3, Ender's Game, by Orson Scott card. 4, The Collected Works of William Shakespeare. 5, Crime And Punishment, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
6,    Probably medieval Europe. Pre-Arthurian era. Between Celts, Moors, Druids and what have you, a hard fighting, mysterious time to live in for sure.
7,    42, of course.
8,    Michael Whelan, Frank Frazetta, and Boris Vallejo.
9,    Jung. The sex is better.
10,  Is it even possible to give yourself a llama???
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Darkmir Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I have told people my whole life that I want to marry a girl who looks good in a freudian slip....
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shadow-nova Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012
1) 1930's and 40's blues and jazz i got hooked on it few years back :)

2) i have watched most of the movies and entirety of TNG, DS9, Voyager and Enterprise and i still consider my self a Star wars fan over a Trekkie :)

3) 1993 Chevrolet Beauville with automatic shift and dark blue (im terrible with cars but that van i remember with fondness)

4) i avoid DWTS like a plague both US and Finnish versions

5) that would kill me on so many levels since i love books so much. id have to say Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (for sake of irony), Dune by Frank Herbert (to date are my favorite books), Analects of Confucius, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams version where all 5 books bound in one book :) and Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

6) Feudal era japan mostly due id think it might be interesting place to be.

7) 4.2, 42 or 420

8) Vincent van Gogh, Jean Sibelius (composer is artist too right?) and Ludwig van Beethoven. bit odd when you think of 3d art.

9) Jung. Freudian is too simplistic approach.

10) i dont like Llamas giving them or getting them sorry :(
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Darkmir Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Don't know if oyu understand the reference, but I'll take 420... or 4:20, myself.

Puff, puff - pass.
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shadow-nova Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012
not that many do its from finnish comedy show called Kummeli there was a scene where two cops were on watch for speeding, car goes by and their senior officer asks how fast was that? junior officer said "7.5, 75 or 175" rest doesn't translate well but rest of the sketch is a song about how much the police like giving fines. i had to google your reference didn't know about it XD well learned something new :)
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Darkmir Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
:)
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SiteLine6 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
1) can't say I listen to anything that I'm not cool with others knowing.
2) I'm a Star trek fan, seen all the movies, watched all the series, tried to make sure I've seen every episode, but I don't collect anything, never been to a convention. don't do the fan boy thing.
3) Have say a 1970 427 hurst Hemi cuda
4)???
5) Couldn't do it, just to many to choose form, LOTR and Terry Pratchett, but to loose some of his collection..NNNNOOOOO!
6)14000 bc it was a simpler time
7)42.876598 accounting for time shift variation over 47.5 billion years
8)oh Jeez! that list is to long
9) Jung, of course Freud had to many issues :)
10) still spit polishing the last one
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Darkmir Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Damn... forgot all about the time shift variation factor.... excellent form, old shoe.
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SiteLine6 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
yes there is the old shoe uncertainty principal as well
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Darkmir Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
lol
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SiteLine6 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
:)
nice to see your still kicking around these parts
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Darkmir Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Hey, some of my best online friends are here. Grim...:)
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SiteLine6 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
:)
D.A is a good place to meet
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Blades-123 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great questions!

1) I love Dire Straits, who are seriously uncool, at least in the UK. I also think that Wham! made some great pop songs. There goes my cool......
2) I like Star Trek a lot, and I've certainly watched every episode of all the series, and all the films, but I don't attend conventions or join online debates about who was the best Captain.:)
3) A Lotus Elise. Colin Chapman's ethos was that speed should be achieved not by brute power, but by light weight and nimble handling. I guess that fits my character!
4) Over here, we have "Strictly Come Dancing", and I can't say I watch it. Well, not often, anyway.....
5) Argh! Am I saving them for the future, or because I love them? Since you didn't ask what my favourite books were, I'll go with five that I think the future will most need.:
1: Darwin's 'On the Origin of Species'
2: Euclid's 'Elementals'
3: Shakespeare's Collected Works
4: Newton's 'Principia'
5: Terry Pratchett's 'Small Gods' (because the world needs a laugh, and it also makes some deep and telling points about belief and fanaticism)
6) I think we live in a thrilling time of discovery and exploration right now. We have rovers on Mars, the Voyagers are heading out f the solar system, the Higgs has been pinned down...I love now!
7) Its only 42 because the Golgafrinchans crashed their ark ship in to the earth and ruined the program the Earth was running........
8) Van Gogh, Vallejo, Brian Bolland.
9) Jung. Freud had some seriously strange ideas..............
10) Sure thing! :)
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