Here s another Friday Feast, and as always : Come out and PLAY!
What is your favorite beverage?
I’m sort of a beverage nut… my favorite pop is Pepsi, AKA Vitamin P. I love to drink milk and as a kid I used to wish that instead out of the faucet giving you water it could give you milk… then I grew up and realize that it would not be very practical. I also love Tea now… as far as alcohol… fufu drinks, Margaritas rock… beer, Guinness… a beer you can chew! YUM.
On a scale of 1-10 (with 10 being highest), how honest do you think you are?
11… I have been told that I am as subtle as a MAC truck.
If you could change the name of one city in the world, what would you rename it and why?
LMAO… I already did that to Ciquitoumy. ROFL.
What stresses you out? What calms you down?
The drugs and the drugs… LOL. People tend to stress me out, the unpredictability of situations. Family and friends calm me down along with riding motorcycles, playing video games and reading. I used to think TV did, but it really does not, I have not watched that much TV in the last couple of weeks and it feels great.
I think that blogs will change the world… no seriously. Something else is happening that could also change the world. The Free Hugs Campain… watch this video, it will truly make you feel human again… oh and HUG SOMEONE.
This is actually a topic that I touched on before. I believe human contact is necessary and missing from our lives, specially here in the U.S.
If you ever read the title of this site somewhere “A child stuck in adulthood” you will understand that I have always been troubled by the sense of maturity. I had to be mature at a very young age because of a series of situations… by the time I was 12 I had already had to protect my sister from a gun fight… but that is a whole other story… by the time I was 16 I had to learn a brand new language, learn how to rent an apartment in a brand new country and learn how to write checks to pay bills.
Even when I was younger, 6 – 10, I was very concentrated on school and I did not have time to goof of as much as other kids my age did. I went to a school that required me to really apply myself. I also had a really different situation when it came to peers, around the neighborhood I had friends my age, but everyone in my classes was at least two years older than me so I had to kind of speed up a lot of growing up because of that.
I still had time to play and do other kid stuff, but mentally I grew up very quickly because of all the responsabilities I had with school. I don’t regret it, I think it made me who I am now, and I cherish still having that child inside me screaming to get out. The funny thing about the subject of my blog is that it does not refer to me now as much as the child that had to grow up so quick to keep up with the world around him. I guess now I am more of an adult making sure that child never dies.
If you have never read the book The Little Prince you should. Like Harry Potter, which is another one of my favorite books, it makes you think back to when you were a child. Think of it a lot of the things I love todo as an adult are activities that in one form or another make me feel like a child. I love martial arts because every single time I take a belt test I feel that same fear I used to as a child to truly perform a task well… and then when you get that belt, the feeling is wonderful.
I think keeping your inner child alive is one of the most important things you need to do in your life. In a sense it is the easiest way to get back to your own humanity. Children are pure and innocent and life can take that away from you. Believing in people’s goodness is a great thing that must children can do, I think that is an awesome treat… just read the following joke and tell me that kids are not hilarious.
History According to Kids
Logtar and Daniel DeGuia, discuss the movie Equilibrium and hopefully make you want to watch it. Also why Christian Bale sucks. Go give it a listen.
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