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1 -- Leave a comment, saying you want to be interviewed.
2 -- I will respond; I'll ask you five questions.
3 -- You'll update your journal with my five questions, and your five answers.
4 -- You'll include this explanation.
5 -- You'll ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed.


These questions are by fluffball:

1. If you could invent anything you could possibly invent what would it be (this includes discoveries like say a cure for cancer)
A fusion reactor that uses relatively cheap and abundant fuels (like, for instance, deuterium or He3). Basically, sustainable free energy.
Our energy needs are skyrocketing, and we haven't got a sustainable way of producing lots and lots of energy. We will need that in the near future. We will also need methods of producing energy that don't rely on oxygen, so that we can take these generators with us into space.

2. What is your best skill
I can quickly come up with solutions to problems. Most of the time, those solutions work. Sometimes, they don't and the problems leave me stumped.

3. What are the things that make your life happy. Or in other words what makes you want to wake up every morning
Experiencing new things, learning new things.

4. How did you get Ingie into watching anime anyway.
Hard to tell after all this time. I had been interested in anime for a while, and I bought two tapes of Record of Lodoss War in the cellar of the Fame music store in Amsterdam -- on a whim, I guess. Can't go wrong with the combination of fantasy and anime, can you? No sirree, you can't.
We liked it, and in the end I ordered the whole series on VHS from Amazon (this was before we had a DVD player -- somewhere in '98 or '99, I think).
When we got cable in our apartment, once we moved in August 2000, I started downloading fansubs -- I think either Kokoro Library or Boys Be... was the first series we actually followed. Things went downhill from then on. ;)

5. 10 + 10 = 100?
You got it.
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