Questions from Tao-Talk

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1. Pets or no pets? If pets, please do tell about them. If no pets, why not?

– I was lucky to find my soul-kitty at the Orange County Animal Shelter in 2011. He’s my sweetheart. 🐱❤️

2. What’s the farthest you’ve been from your home?

– This home? Idk, probably Seattle.

3. What’s the funniest thing you ever saw?

Young Frankenstein.

4. Who is your favorite comedian?

– Steve Martin

5. What’s your favorite TV series, past or present?

The Sopranos.

6. If you had a time machine and could go to only 3 places, where would they be and why?

– Back to spend more time with my mom (all 3).

7. What do you consider your greatest skill?

– Accepting reality.

8. If you could be frozen in a cryogenic tank right now and wake up in 50 years, would you do it? Why or why not?

– No. Why would I want to wake up alone in the world, my kids old or dead, with no way to earn a living, etc.? Where would I live? How would I have enough money?

9. If you had to choose between losing your hearing and losing your sight, which one would you choose to lose?

– Hearing, no contest. I hate listening to people anyway. I would miss music, but I could live without it. Hopefully the tinnitus goes too. 😂

10. What is your favorite fairy tale?

Diamonds and Toads

11. What is one thing you hope to get for the holidays (if you celebrate where gifts are exchanged)?

– Mugs, 3 of mine are cracked and should be thrown out… I drink a lot of tea!

15 responses to “Questions from Tao-Talk

  1. Good answers. Love the graphics at the end.

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  2. Best scene in YF:

    Gene instructs them not to let him out of the chamber, no matter what he says.

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  3. Interesting fairy tale!

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  4. Orange County? What state…just out of curiosity…

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  5. Helen Keller was asked if she would rather have sight or hearing, and she replied hearing, which I almost think I can understand.

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    • Hmm. Because of music?


      • No, not necessarily music. Maybe Helen Keller was thinking that in communicating with people, it is hearing speech that is most important. She might not have thought of this: sounds around us might very well give us much more information about the world than sight does. For example, you can hear around corners and through objects, and you can perceive sounds from all directions at once. Among deaf and blind people, who is the first to know there is someone coming down the hall?

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