Natalie said 6 years, 11 months ago:

Bitch. Yes, I have as a matter of fact. That too in a McDonald’s .

Have you ever been caught in the act?

Steve J said 6 years, 11 months ago:

Couch. Girl. Dad. Enough said.

What is your favourite dog breed?

Robin said 6 years, 11 months ago:


Have you ever bit down on a metal staple?

Natalie said 6 years, 11 months ago:

Uh.. no. Is that a thing?

Have you ever read a book which really spoke to you?

Steve J said 6 years, 11 months ago:


What do you think is the best age to be?

Natalie said 6 years, 11 months ago:


Which book was it?

Steve J said 6 years, 11 months ago:

A few nonfiction books. Covey’s Seven Habits, and the sequel. Collin’s Good to Great. A lot of the fiction I read have heroes. I find motivation in them. I read a book that I can’t remember that talked about conflict, with the big idea around contribution. I have thought about that a lot. While some might be tempted to say Face Book, not me.

What is an “oasis” for you, a place you can go physically or mentally, that rejuvenates you?

thefrenchdutchman said 6 years, 9 months ago:

an oasis would be the place to be for me both physically and mentally.

What is the best way to release stress to you?

Steve J said 6 years, 9 months ago:

To find out what your oasis is, not just to have a definition… Well, that and a rousing romp in the hay. And sleep – lots of sleep. And maybe some woodworking.

What do you think about climate change?

Natalie said 6 years, 9 months ago:

I think it’s actually happening and is not just a made up theory.

How do you feel about Thai food for breakfast?

Steve J said 6 years, 9 months ago:

Thai food for breakfast? When in Thailand, do what the Thais do. Do I get it served in bed? Then definitely.

What is the best way, do you think, to help when major disasters hit?

Steve J said 6 years ago:

Use established aid organizatiobs to channel food and supplies to the affected area. And maybe bunnies. Use baby bunnies.

Whats the best thing about growing old?

Marta said 6 years ago:

The best thing about growing old to me would be watching yourself growing as a human being. That over the years, all the experiences you’ve lived, made you the person you are, and to be proud of that.

What do you think about etiquette clothing? That is to say, when you are expected to dress in a certain way in some situations.

Steve J said 6 years ago:

Etiquette clothing? I didn’t know that was what it was called. I used to call it “uniform”. There is a place for dressing nice, and a place for dressing how you like. You dress for the job you want, not always for the job you got. And it shows when a person puts a bit of thought into what they are wearing – and when they don’t. Dressing with thought can help you out of depression, in the same way cleaning up you living space can.

So, do you prefer temperatures that are hot or moderate?

Kirstin said 5 years, 6 months ago:

I definifely prefer moderate temperatures. Occasionally I like to sunbathe in hot temps but only if it’s not humid and not for very long! Autumn is my favorite season, cause where I live (Oregon), it still gets warm and toasty on occasion, but not to the extent of it being uncomfortable — and then on the flip side, the evenings and nights and early mornings get cool, but the temp. rarely dips below 45-50, and walking outside is kinda refreshing!

What is the most difficult thing you’ve had to overcome in the last year?