• ocnlvr83
      • hello Colleen
      • Username: ocnlvr83
      • In response to: "What is the one thing you consistently spill on yourself?" Salsa. It never fails. It's always falling off of the burrito or tortilla chip onto my shirt or jeans.
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    • My anti-invention
      • Nuclear weaponry. I feel a lot of bad has come from the invention of these, and people abuse the ownership of such weapons. I can't think of repercussions, but I always advocate the use of swords--which is the total opposite of nuclear warfare and gun usage.

      • answered by ocnlvr83 on 03/10/2013
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    • Writing room
      • It is completely sound-proof, with giant window that faces out to the ocean or a lake; Filled with dozens of bookshelves for me to add books as I read them, and a large desk for writing/using a laptop. It would have several music-playing devices (like a record player) in it, and have a TV and a comfy couch to sleep on. It will be a lovely blue color (which makes me creative), and be quite large.

      • answered by ocnlvr83 on 02/23/2013
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    • Fish out of water
      • Since I'd be in Dublin, busk on the streets for money (which should be interesting since I can't sing or play an instrument). I don't know how I would manage to eat, but I am sure they have water fountains in Ireland. I walk around St. Stephen's Green, maybe visit Dublin Castle, and hope some Irish guy finds me attractive and wants to take me for a pint or dinner.

      • answered by ocnlvr83 on 02/18/2013
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    • Which one?
      • Beach, hands down. The beach has the ocean, warm sand between my toes, and the sounds of my childhood. I have always loved the beach, and I miss it every day.

      • answered by ocnlvr83 on 02/16/2013
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    • How did you begin writing?
      • My grandpa died, and I had all of these feelings that I couldn't speak to other people. I had an old spiral notebook that I had from school, and I just began putting my thoughts in it. Those thoughts about the loss of my Grampy became stories, my thoughts and dreams about my future, and poetry on just about everything.

      • answered by ocnlvr83 on 02/15/2013
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