Always Have.

 

I am a clarifier. I want to be intellectually honest and the only way to achieve this is challenging the beliefs I hold dear. I want to chase reasons, search facts, observe observable evidence and judge the unobservable mechanisms based on their likelihood. I want to be true to myself in every regard, especially being honest. I want to live an intellectually honest life.

When I was young, my parents would rather I rode towards our beachouse with my grandparents. It was just too much for them to have me questioning them the whole three-hour trip.

 Woohoo for me.

Do you like my wicked logo? In paint even! No flash adobe photoflop here (Just kidding, I love that program)

Are you having a good day?

What did you have for lunch?

Do you think you ate something different in an alternate universe?

Have you seen blue grass?

Do you enjoy oranges? If so do you enjoy all citrus fruit?

Have you seen an Angel Shark?

Do you think it’s evolving into a stingray?

Do you like mobile technology?

Do you like market research?

Do you?

Huh?

And what?

smebro smebro
22-25, M
5 Responses Aug 7, 2007

Perhaps my question was rhetorical. Or perhaps yours was. Was yours rhetorical? <br />
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Perhaps I asked merely for the sake of asking and never truly expected an answer in the first place. Does it seem like I even understand my own motives?<br />
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Is your attack defensive or offensive? And does it even matter?

Ah, touché!<br />
Why would you presume I might have a reason that you wouldn't ask? <br />
Did I imply that?<br />
(Combo attack!)

Why wouldn't I?

There too many answers to pick just one from. I ask to try and figure out which answer is the most likely. And sometimes just to ask :) <br />
Why do you ask?

Do you expect answers for all your questions? Or do you sometimes ask just for the sake of asking? I do that sometimes. Or all the time.