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Grayson Lewis
14 November 2011 @ 10:22 pm
Who pays on a first date?
Whoever wants, whether it be both for themselves or if one offers before the other. And that should matter who. Maybe whoever is more capable but that should be openly addressed or agreed upon somehow. None of this "man should pay first" bullshit, some traditions are best left in the past. Equality is real, dominance is enforced.
Grayson Lewis
08 November 2011 @ 04:09 pm
What's worse: a pit of snakes or a pit of spiders?
If I find a song like this, I usually get bored of it after a couple/few years, but "To The End Of The World" by Pat Metheny is a candidate for the one and only song I'd ever listen to.
Grayson Lewis
28 September 2011 @ 11:46 am
Besides LJ, what websites are you always surfing?
- Freethought and Rastionalism Discussion Board
- PostSecret
- Science Daily science news
- fourfour blog (Top Model recaps are back for All Stars cycle! :D)
- Stone Pages archaeology news
- Weather Network
- Livejournal.
Grayson Lewis
26 September 2011 @ 06:14 pm
What’s your favorite kind of weather?
To be in: sunny, some clouds can be ok but I want to see a blue sky not grey or white, 20°C to 25°C is absolutely perfect. To watch: thunderstorms. From inside lol. But I can stare for like an hour.
Grayson Lewis
25 August 2011 @ 09:13 pm
What’s one thing that you love to do all by yourself?
Among all the answers I'm not going to give, I'm gonna say driving and listening to music. There's an international radio station that plays house/electronica only after midnight or 1 am, and I'd never get to listen to it with anyone else that I ever drive with. Too bad driving is too expensive unless it's absolutely necessary...
Grayson Lewis
01 August 2011 @ 07:32 pm
Where is your happiest place on earth?
It's not one particular location, but a few key spots along the Niagara Escarpment north and west of Mississauga are my happy spots. Clay Hills in Caledon and Lowville Park in Burlington are my favourites. Plus, the view of the whole GTA region is fantastic from Appbely Line and Guelph Line.
Grayson Lewis
13 July 2011 @ 08:52 pm
Where do you see yourself in five years or where don’t you see yourself? Why?
Pretty much still in school I guess. Just finished first year of Geographic Analysis, three more to go, and either get my Meteorologist Certificate or go for my Master's (or both...) after that, so I'll be in school for at least another 4 or 5 years. And I'll be in my early 30s. That's about it, anything else I won't bother predicting; I just know that I'll be in school.
Grayson Lewis
25 June 2011 @ 05:38 pm
What childhood toy did you desperately want that your parents refused to give you? Do you still think about getting one?
A twirling baton with multicoloured, shiny plastic streamers on the ends. I had two of them actually, at separate times (like, 6 and 8?), but I lost them both within probably a few weeks of getting them. Pretty sure my parents hid or got rid of them, though I just thought I lost them at the time.

I don't really miss them now though... partially because I don't have any reason to want to twirl a baton anymore at 26, and partially because I satisfied those needs by making far cooler ones when I was 12 or 13 ^_^ (a battle staff made from a bamboo rod with black electrical tape near the ends and light blue paper streamers twisted to look like thin rope, and a katana/long sword also from bamboo and with the same electrical tape and blue streamer near one end).

P.S. The bamboo rods came from mine and my sister's Caribana costumes (Toronto's Carnival in the summer).
Grayson Lewis
23 June 2011 @ 02:05 am
Which book do you find yourself regularly rereading, and why?
None really, but I want to reread the Dream of Eagles series by Jack Whyte. I'm reading his Templar trilogy, and I want to get back to reading about Publius Varrus and Caius Britannicus...
Grayson Lewis
Which of your favorite childhood stories would you like to make into a game? What kind of game would it be?
I think the answer to this question is Animorphs. It could be an RPG in the same format as one of the special books outside of the canonical series, where different parts of the game are seen from a different character's perspective. OOOOOOHHH, like the one where they travel back to the time of the dinosaurs because of an explosion just off the coast they went to investigate! Yeah, Animorphs could be a fun RPG to play.