Hein (fub) wrote,

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2 -- I will respond; I'll ask you five questions.
3 -- You'll update your journal with my five questions, and your five answers.
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These questions are from usmu:

1. So what would you buy me with a million dollars to spare?
A set of rares of a collectible card set of your choice. Either that, or an art photograph of your choice.

2. After buying me a present there's still some money left, so you decided to make your own anime. What would it be about?
It would be based on the Transhuman Space setting, and it would show life in the asteroid belt -- how humans have modified themselves and their environment to suit each other, the society they built for themselves, and how their modifications allow them to do things that they could otherwise not have been able to do. I'd have Gonzo animate the series.

3. What's the one single thing you've always wanted to do but haven't gotten round to?
Finish my Amber campaign. Start a Nobilis campaign. Keep in touch with some friends. Nothing earth-shattering, but stuff that seems to fall between the cracks somehow.

4. What's the worst song you've ever heard?
Most songs have some redeeming virtues. While I'm no fan of Dutch popular music, there is a purity in songs like 'Heb je even voor mij' that is almost contagious. As such, I seldomly encounter a song that hits absolutely rock bottom.
I strongly dislike songs that mix two different rythms (when the vocals seem to run at a different rythm than the music, for instance) or music in which I can't discern any melody at all. Last of those kinds of songs I heard was 'Stones of Sorrow' by Nile.

5. Where would you rather live: The Netherlands, Japan, somewhere else?
Definately not in Japan, at least not in the longer term. I like the Netherlands, it's home -- but I have a definate feeling I could learn to live in a scandinavian country like Denmark, Norway or Iceland.

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