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    Honestly, I'm not sure I would, unless they wanted to be a substitute teacher.

    However, I will say what I learned from all those English classes in college has been incredibly valuable to my creative and business writing today. So I guess I would say an English degree is helpful if you like to write, but if you're looking to build a career off of it, more likely than not you'll be quite disappointed.
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    Nov 19, 2012 | Thomas D. Szewc of Alone in a Crowd
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    Tears.

    No, in all seriousness, I either step away and doing something else for a while, discuss it with a close confidant and see if they create any sparks in my mind, or I move on to a different creative endeavor for a little while. That's always sorted itself out.

    Best advice I ever heard was that writer's block isn't a lack if ideas. You have plenty of ideas, they're easy. Writer's block is the lack of the best execution of an idea.
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    Nov 19, 2012 | Thomas D. Szewc of Alone in a Crowd

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    A few people have claimed that I do. Or at least I did when I was much younger. I sang at events and for fun a lot until 1997, when my gran passed away my drive to sing seemed to fade as well. I do still sing occasionally, I have been known to sing to Donna, and I do sing in the shower, or when I think no ones listening. But my voice isn't as trained as it once was, and I find that there are only a few songs that I can comfortably sing well.
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    Sep 04, 2012 | T III of Fera
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    All of them. I know an awful lot of talented people, and I don't think there's anyone in this world who isn't talented in some way. I've been lucky enough to work with and become good friends with a quite a few people that I consider to be incredibly talented but I don't think any one of them is more talented than any other.
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    Sep 04, 2012 | T III of Fera
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    Recently I've been considering blue. I'm honestly not sure though, I'm not really one for hair dye and I've never done it before. I do really want to do something different with my hair, I'd want to keep the same length, but I just feel like changing it a little. No idea how as yet.
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    Sep 04, 2012 | T III of Fera
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    Very much so. It doesn't seem to bother me with flying though - I think it's simply the height involved becomes abstract enough that it's no longer an issue. I have been known to pass out when perhaps 8ft off the ground. I also spent the entirety of a circuit on the London Eye gripping the central seating area and being unable to move. Similarly with Blackpool tower. The latter of course also not being helped by my (usually mild) phobia of elevators.
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    Sep 04, 2012 | T III of Fera
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    I'm not sure on closest, though I have been in a car crash and for a long time I had severe asthma attacks. Other than that and some surgery as a kid the most I've ever done is sprain an arm or ankle. I've been on one roller coaster ever, under duress, and hated every second of it- never again. Oh, I have vertigo and once fell off of an 8ft fence as a result of passing out, no injuries to speak of though.
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    Sep 04, 2012 | T III of Fera
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    Americans and their strange festivals/holidays. I never really understood the whole Labor Day thing. Even the spelling is a little off.
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    Sep 04, 2012 | T III of Fera
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    Neither, I'm often told by family members that I resemble my mams' mam. Apparently I take more after the Howe side of the family. Greatest compliment I've ever been given was a member of my dads side of the family saying that I didn't look like a Shirley.
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    Sep 04, 2012 | T III of Fera

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    I had to look this up to find out what the hell you were talking about. By smoking, I'm guessing you mean tobacco, which has nothing to do with this 4/20 thing.

    Personally I think the idea of having a day to celebrate smoking illegal substances OR a day to encourage people to quit smoking/eat healthily etc. is stupid and in the case of the latter two also rather condescending.

    Whilst I don't smoke, drink, or do drugs, I can't really see the point in having a day dedicated to telling people who already know the dangers of what they're doing, about the dangers of what they're doing. It's not really enough to give them any drive to actually quit smoking- it's a personal choice and so long as they're aware of the risks they should have the freedom to choose to ignore them.

    And let's be honest we already have a day that's dedicated to binge drinking. So why not another day dedicated to people making a complete arse out of themselves.
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