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Old 01-25-2008, 06:45 PM   #16
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Your thrist for power is well documented. What, if anything, slakes that thirst?
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Your thrist for power is well documented. What, if anything, slakes that thirst?
Nothing, really. I enjoy mentally pwning, but that only goes so far and only lasts so long. It's never enough.
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What has happened or occured to you in 5 yrs that you now see yourself local as opposed to cali and not as a lawyer?
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Old 01-25-2008, 10:49 PM   #19
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What has happened or occured to you in 5 yrs that you now see yourself local as opposed to cali and not as a lawyer?
Hmm ... well, I just don't see California as being nearly as practicle. It's ridiculously expensive and isn't nearly as appealing to me as it once was. Now, sure, I can't be certain of what I want just yet, not having done it all or expereicnced too many different things, but I like this area, and having a bunch of ties to it that are all close by. It's comforting in some ways.

Not as a lawyer? Because I realized it wasn't just Law & Order stuff, and for the most part, isn't, in summary. I think at age 11 I thought law was really cool and really flashy. Since then, I've realized there are many differences to it. Now, I'm not opposed to it, but I don't see it as being prevalent to me as much anymore.
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Thank you.


How often do you write anything with a pen and paper?
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How often do you write anything with a pen and paper?
Most of the time in school, but I write here and there. I have a list next to my computer of songs I want to buy on iTunes at some point that I jot down.

I have an extremely unique handwriting, and I write in all capital letters, so there's that.
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have you learned cursive at all?

is it common practice to write at school still?


also, when conversing with your friends, do you* speak mostly in statements or ask each other lots of questions, and if one makes a statement do you leave it be mostly or question it for full understanding.


*by you I mean teenagers in general, so your peer group and teenagers you observe at school that may be in a different social group.
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have you learned cursive at all?

is it common practice to write at school still?

also, when conversing with your friends, do you* speak mostly in statements or ask each other lots of questions, and if one makes a statement do you leave it be mostly or question it for full understanding.

*by you I mean teenagers in general, so your peer group and teenagers you observe at school that may be in a different social group.
I learned cursive in the fourth grade. I still don't know how to write capital T's and F's in cursive, for some reason.

It's very common. I mean, we have a lot of computers in the school, but usually you don't need them, and even when you do, they're usually being used by another class. I still write 95% of the time in school.

The last question you ask is quite complex. I'm trying to analyze how we converse. I don't imagine it's terribly different from normal conversation. Probably a little more crude humor, sure, but the format of the conversation? I mean we don't let each other off the hook on some vague or questionable statement, if that's what you mean.
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I learned cursive in the fourth grade. I still don't know how to write capital T's and F's in cursive, for some reason.

It's very common. I mean, we have a lot of computers in the school, but usually you don't need them, and even when you do, they're usually being used by another class. I still write 95% of the time in school.

The last question you ask is quite complex. I'm trying to analyze how we converse. I don't imagine it's terribly different from normal conversation. Probably a little more crude humor, sure, but the format of the conversation? I mean we don't let each other off the hook on some vague or questionable statement, if that's what you mean.

It is quite complex and actually I'd prefer if you didn't answer right away.

Can you maybe observe over the next few days how you and other peer groups interact in terms of conversation.

I know it's a bit bit vague...I'll see if I can come up with what I'd like to know in a better format. hmm.
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What do you think the norm is for your conversations? I'd like to see if I can draw a comparison.
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I'm going to have figure out a way to explain this a little better.

I will demonstrate it so that you can draw a comparison. give me till tmw.
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You have one day.

They always use ultimatums.
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okay - here is a very very simplified version of what I mean.
hopefully it makes some sense to you.

teen 1: I don't like coconut
teen 2: I like it, but I hate apples
teen 1: weird.

other 1: I hate coconut
other 2: I like it!, What about it don't you like?
other 1: the texture
other 2: the texture doesn't bother me, (and perhaps add more on here - taste, etc.)
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You have one day.

They always use ultimatums.



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Does it piss you off that your generation can't rock like this?

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