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  • #31
    Re: The Well CXV: The Doctor is now accepting patients!

    If you had to have a gay encounter with Sam Elliott or Tom Selleck, who would it be and why?

    Top 5 most attractive females on your list (if you weren't married)

    What are you favorite pizza toppings?

    Favorite sandwich?

    Favorite College football team?

    Favorite dictator of all time?
    I LOVE GUNS, ANIMALS, AND PEOPLE GETTING BUTT-HURT.

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    • #32
      Re: The Well CXV: The Doctor is now accepting patients!

      Originally posted by The Dali View Post
      Truck, sedan, coupe, or minivan? Toyota Tacoma, two wheel drive with a single cab.

      The average amount of time you spend online? Ah man, why did you have to asked this question? I really don't want to have to guess because it makes me feel pretty bad. I'd say six hours a day. Crap, that's way to much time, now I think I need to reevaluate my priorities in life. Some of that time is at work while I'm waiting for programs to load. So, that makes me feel a little better.

      Do you read? What types of books do you like? I usually read the classics or self improvement books. Most of my reading is done online, I subscribe to several news letters and really the only one that doesn't have to do with guitars or equipment is The Motley Fool.

      Have you played your guitar out in front of people? Just a small group of about ten people that were at my house for a little get together.

      Your favorite guitar? One with six strings. I like most of them and really don't have a favorite. I really like the Les Paul and I've played a few. The guitar that I mainly play right now is a LP copy so to speak, a Michael Kelly Patriot Vintage.
      Last edited by Dr.K; 04-26-2011, 09:28 AM.
      "Believe the word, I will unlock my door and pass the cemetery gates"

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      • #33
        Re: The Well CXV: The Doctor is now accepting patients!

        Ever run your car out of gas?

        Ever have a moment of true (transcendent) mental clarity?

        Ever been completely betrayed out of the blue?

        Ever put yourself directly in harm's way to help someone else?

        Do you have a favorite TV show?

        What's your favorite food?

        If you had a good friend who you knew was cheating on his wife, but you didn't really know (or like) the wife, what would you do? What if your friend asked you to cover for him?

        Ever served on a jury? Can you tell us about it?

        Do you have any quote or passage from a book that means something special to you?

        What movie have you seen most-recently that you thought SUCKED, and you would tell your friends to avoid?

        What movie have you seen most-recently that you really enjoyed and would recommend to your friends?

        Pets? Dogs vs cats?

        If you woke up tomorrow with a staggeringly powerful intellect (like an IQ of 400), where would you direct the power of your mind?
        -Adam

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        • #34
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          You're flying over some distant mountains when your plane goes down. By some fluke of nature all people on the plane survived. Two part question . . . how long do you wait for rescue before resorting to cannibalism, and how do you pick who should be eaten?

          Apocalypse comes and you're short on food and trapped in your own neighborhood. Who on your street do you kill and eat first, and why?

          You are a master chef working at a busy restaurant but times are tough . . . you don't have enough money to buy meat one day, but you discover that your best waitress has accidentally been locked in the walk-in freezer and frozen to death. What cuts do you take from the carcass, and how do you season/prepare the flesh in order make it tasty enough for your diners that evening not to notice anything's amiss? (Remember, the more dishes you prepare, the less chance that someone will find incriminating body parts in your freezer.)
          Join me in the fight against muscular atrophy!

          Originally posted by Douglas Adams
          This planet has - or rather had - a problem, which was this: most of the people living on it were unhappy for pretty much of the time. Many solutions were suggested for this problem, but most of these were largely concerned with the movements of small green pieces of paper, which is odd because on the whole it wasn't the small green pieces of paper that were unhappy.

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          • #35
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            Originally posted by Bones View Post
            If you had to have a gay encounter with Sam Elliott or Tom Selleck, who would it be and why? Dude! I don't even think about senarios like that I'm 1000% hederosexual.

            Top 5 most attractive females on your list (if you weren't married)
            1. 25 year old Grace Kelly
            2. 25 year old Shania Twain
            3. 25 year old Jennifer Aniston
            4. Julianne Hough
            5. 25 year old Halle Berry (I had a great dream about her once, whoooow!)


            What are you favorite pizza toppings? Pepperoni, olives and mushrooms, with extra cheese.

            Favorite sandwich? Turkey on sourdough with Pepper Jack Cheese and alfalfa sprouts (no lettuce).

            Favorite College football team? Arkansas Razorbacks.

            Favorite dictator of all time? Most dictators weren't or aren't benevolent enough for me to have favored any of them. If I had to chose one who may have been a benevolent dictator I quess I'd choose King David form the Bible.
            Last edited by Dr.K; 04-26-2011, 09:29 AM.
            "Believe the word, I will unlock my door and pass the cemetery gates"

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            • #36
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              I believe I would rather live in Canada. Ireland is a beautiful land but, I'd get claustrophobic on a small island.
              Good choice man . . . Canada has it's own Ireland anyway. We call it Newfoundland.
              Join me in the fight against muscular atrophy!

              Originally posted by Douglas Adams
              This planet has - or rather had - a problem, which was this: most of the people living on it were unhappy for pretty much of the time. Many solutions were suggested for this problem, but most of these were largely concerned with the movements of small green pieces of paper, which is odd because on the whole it wasn't the small green pieces of paper that were unhappy.

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              • #37
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                Originally posted by sosomething View Post
                Ever run your car out of gas? Yes. At least I thought so. I went into this little gas station and filled up only to find out something else was wrong. The guy who owned the gas station was really nice and started helping me. Well, my '67 Chevelle had a High Performance engine in it and it wasn't getting gas, so this guy gets a little peanut can with gas in it and he pouring it down the carb as I'm turning it over, The carb backfired and shot a flame out the carb and the guy jumped and splashed the gas all over his arm. He started running across the parking lot waving his arm around and trying to pat it out with his other hand. I'm yellin' at the dude "Roll, Roll, Roll". He finally patted it out and he was burnt pretty bad, the flesh was falling off of his arm, and hand. He called emergency (they didn't have 911 yet, this is about 1986). They came and got him into the amblance and took him away. a couple of weeks later the station closed up and it never reopened. I never got the chance to tell the guys thanks and that I was sorry he got hurt.

                Ever have a moment of true (transcendent) mental clarity? Yes.

                Ever been completely betrayed out of the blue? Yep! I had a girlfriend of 5 years and we had been through a lot together. Well, one day she dumps me for another guy that was a friend of some mutual friends of ours, we weren't even fighting or anything. If it wasn't for her doing that I would have never met my wife and I wouldn't have the great life I have today. That was the best and worst day of my life.

                Ever put yourself directly in harm's way to help someone else? I have never been in a situation that would require it, but I would.

                Do you have a favorite TV show? No, not really. I don't watch much TV. I really used to like Still Standing. That show was a freaking riot.

                What's your favorite food? Ribeye Steak, nothing else compares. I could eat it every day and night. It doesn't hurt that I have never had bad colesterol. My wife won't let me though so I'm lucky in that respect.

                If you had a good friend who you knew was cheating on his wife, but you didn't really know (or like) the wife, what would you do? What if your friend asked you to cover for him? I had that happen.

                Ever served on a jury? Can you tell us about it? Yes. I served on a Federal Grand Jury a few years ago. It was a mult-imillion dollar civil case wear the guy was sueing his aunt and the company she owned. He had brought in a big client for her company and he believed that he was a partner in the company with her. He was always paid and W-2'd, not what you get if you're an partner. Well, she got tired of his crap and finally fired him and he wanted half the company. It turned out that during the course of all their dealings that it was discussed that they would partner up. So, it turned out to be a verbal agreement and we ruled in his favor. I'll tell you, I really tried to hold out because the dude had to know he wasn't being paid as a partner but the verbal agreement was what tipped the case and we ruled in his favor. That dude played up to the jury so hard, he was crying about what a hardship it was for him while he was going through this court battle at the same time building himself a multi-million dollar home outside of Pheonix. What a wuss!

                Do you have any quote or passage from a book that means something special to you? "Whether you think you can or think you can't you're right". I think it was in the biography of Henry Ford.

                What movie have you seen most-recently that you thought SUCKED, and you would tell your friends to avoid? Napoleon Dynamite.

                What movie have you seen most-recently that you really enjoyed and would recommend to your friends? I had never seen The Bourne movies untill recently, just about a month ago actually. I thought they were cool, I dig conspiracy movies like that.

                Pets? Dogs vs cats? I like them both but, we can't have cats. We have a Staffordshire Bull Terrior, he's the best dog I've ever had. I'd trust him alone for days with a newborn baby, he'd protect the kid. They're nicknamed the Nanny Dog. They are very closely related to Pit Bull Terriors, My dad raised Pits while I was growing up.

                If you woke up tomorrow with a staggeringly powerful intellect (like an IQ of 400), where would you direct the power of your mind? Peace on Earth man, Peace on Earth. If everyone on the Earth was honest and had great compasion toward others, this would be the best place ever.
                Last edited by Dr.K; 04-26-2011, 09:32 AM. Reason: sp
                "Believe the word, I will unlock my door and pass the cemetery gates"

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                • #38
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                  Great answers... seems like every question prompts a pretty wild story from you. This is shaping up to be one of the best Wells we've had in some time.
                  -Adam

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                  • #39
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                    Have you ever been to the symphony? Opera?

                    Do you enjoy jazz? If so, what's your favorite?

                    Do you like to cook? Any personal specialties?

                    Is arts education important?

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                    • #40
                      Re: The Well CXV: The Doctor is now accepting patients!

                      Originally posted by GuitarStv View Post
                      What is it with you and this fetish for eating people? Are these this some kind of psych exam questions used to ascertain the mental stability of the testee?


                      You're flying over some distant mountains when your plane goes down. By some fluke of nature all people on the plane survived. Two part question . . . how long do you wait for rescue before resorting to cannibalism, and how do you pick who should be eaten? I'd have to be so starving that I became irrational. We'd pick the ones who died first. It would most likely be a woman and I'd fight for the labia because those that I've had tasted great.

                      Apocalypse comes and you're short on food and trapped in your own neighborhood. Who on your street do you kill and eat first, and why? Again, I'd have to be totally irrational. My next door neighbor. He's been corn fed and there's a lot of him to go around. Aside from that, him and I have had our differences.

                      You are a master chef working at a busy restaurant but times are tough . . . you don't have enough money to buy meat one day, but you discover that your best waitress has accidentally been locked in the walk-in freezer and frozen to death. What cuts do you take from the carcass, and how do you season/prepare the flesh in order make it tasty enough for your diners that evening not to notice anything's amiss? (Remember, the more dishes you prepare, the less chance that someone will find incriminating body parts in your freezer.) Once more, I'd have to be in some state of delusion. I'd take the labia for myself those are quite the delicacy. The only way to completely utilise everything would be to make a stew with plenty of onions and garlic. Then the usual potatoes, carrots, celery ect. The bones would be given to the local dog kennel for the resident animals.
                      Last edited by Dr.K; 04-26-2011, 09:33 AM.
                      "Believe the word, I will unlock my door and pass the cemetery gates"

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                      • #41
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                        Originally posted by dd12939 View Post
                        Have you ever been to the symphony? Opera? I've been to the symphony but not the opera because as soon as the fat lady sings it's over. My favorite symphony was the The Firebird. It's a ballet by Igor Stravinsky. The ballet is based on Russian folk tales of a magical glowing bird of the same name that is both a blessing and a curse to its captor.

                        Do you enjoy jazz? If so, what's your favorite? I'm a rocker dude! I'm not really into jazz though I do find some of it pretty interesting at times. And, Django Reinhardt kinda blows my mind.

                        Do you like to cook? Any personal specialties? I love to cook if it can be barbequed. I can grill up some killer ribs, and my favorite, Ribeye Staek.

                        Is arts education important? I think so. It helps you develope mental articulation and introduces the brain to diverse cognitive skills that help us solve intricate problems.
                        "Believe the word, I will unlock my door and pass the cemetery gates"

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                        • #42
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                          I thought of some more.

                          What were you like when you were my age (24)? What were your aspirations? What was your job? How did you wear your hair?

                          When is the last time you used a Band-Aid?

                          You speak very highly of your wife, but what positive characteristics do you bring to the relationship?

                          Would you say you have a tight-knit (nuclear) family? What about your extended family?

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                          • #43
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                            Originally posted by dd12939 View Post
                            I thought of some more.

                            What were you like when you were my age (24)? What were your aspirations? What was your job? How did you wear your hair? By the time I was 24 I had a major epiphany concerning my life. I just got dumped by my longtime girlfriend and decided my life wasn't going the way I wanted. I cut my hair off, it was '91 and I went 90210 with the hair style. Hey, the chicks dug it and I dated some of the most georgeous girls ever in that time. I mean hot chicks that wouldn't give me a second look with long hair. I was at this party one time and this OK looking girl comes up to me and had the guts to tell me "You are by far, the best looking guy I have ever seen." I didn't know what to say I was obviously flattered, I just said thanks and walked off. I wish I would have asked her out and made her day. You know? At that time I moved back in with my mom and stepdad and went to school. I worked part time at a wharehouse as an inventory specialist. Unfortunately I dropped out of school to work construction and did for years.

                            When is the last time you used a Band-Aid? About two weeks ago when I was going through testing for some heart issues. They hit veins or I would usually just let it bleed.

                            You speak very highly of your wife, but what positive characteristics do you bring to the relationship? I'm the down to earth type of dude, I'm an observer. She comes up with the ideas and I analyze them to see if we can improve the process. She can question peoples actions at times and I've been there and done that so I just explain to her the different views that I've aquired. I forgot one thing, I am an excellent sperm donor.

                            Would you say you have a tight-knit (nuclear) family? What about your extended family? I'm close to my mom and dad but not the rest of my family. We just really don't see things the same anymore, as I said before I come from a family of hard core bikers. Most of them have grown out of it but some of them haven't. We just don't really keep in touch. I moved several states away and don't get back to Cali much.
                            Last edited by Dr.K; 04-26-2011, 09:34 AM.
                            "Believe the word, I will unlock my door and pass the cemetery gates"

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                            • #44
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                              Originally posted by sosomething View Post
                              Great answers... seems like every question prompts a pretty wild story from you. This is shaping up to be one of the best Wells we've had in some time.
                              I'm glad you're having fun. I've been around three or four blocks several times. I've probably got 50 more stories just as or more interesting, I just need to be asked the right questions.
                              "Believe the word, I will unlock my door and pass the cemetery gates"

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                              • #45
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                                Originally posted by sosomething View Post
                                Great answers... seems like every question prompts a pretty wild story from you. This is shaping up to be one of the best Wells we've had in some time.
                                Agreed.

                                To the Doc; What question should we have asked you? Answer that one.
                                I remember calloused hands and paint-stained jeans, and I remember safe-as-houses self-belief.

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