three questions
Greatest moment in your life? Worst moment in your life? Accoumplishment you are most proud of? 
--Beau Wed Apr 14 11:55:55 2004
Oy, tough ones! (But I'm glad to see some response, this thing was going over like a ton of bricks)
1. I'm going to fudge and say the moments I wrote about in "happiest", http://kisrael.com/viewblog.cgi?date=2003.12.22
2. Probably when my dad died, or when I stopped a ritual of making bologna on toast sandwiches for him in the morning after he was sick.
3. You know, it might well be this website. Observing the world in an interesting and public way is a philisophically important task for me. Also the "Mortality Guide" linked to in the sidebar; I think that's one of the most potentially helpful things I've ever done.
--Kirk Wed Apr 14 12:21:36 2004
Oy, tough ones! (But I'm glad to see some response, this thing was going over like a ton of bricks)
1. I'm going to fudge and say the moments I wrote about in "happiest", http://kisrael.com/viewblog.cgi?date=2003.12.22
2. Probably when my dad died, or when I stopped a ritual of making bologna on toast sandwiches for him in the morning after he was sick.
3. You know, it might well be this website. Observing the world in an interesting and public way is a philisophically important task for me. Also the "Mortality Guide" linked to in the sidebar; I think that's one of the most potentially helpful things I've ever done.
--Kirk Wed Apr 14 12:21:38 2004
You've said things like "without nostalgia for the past, the time spent would have just been wasted". How do you think that reflects on your goal orientation and the ability to build on past experiences?

If you had to pick one habitual experience in your life, one that you identify with, what is it?

What was the most important thing you ever did in the course of being employed by someone else?

--evil bastard Wed Apr 14 12:35:00 2004
1. I think it gives me a goal and ability of trying to make more new good experiences...
2. Writing things down...at first in my Palm, now on the web. Putting things into a public forum is a pleasant blend of looking backwards (were the material came from) and forwards (creating something new from that) that is a habit of mine that I like.
3. Creating reusable Java/JSP bits for Event Zero. Or generally trying to spread the gospel of Perl. Or some specific sites I did, vote-by-net.com was the first online shareholder proxy vote system. Gale's lessonlogic was pretty big and important.

Sheesh, sign your name or pick a consistent alias, man, alias-for-this-day is really annoying.
--Kirk Wed Apr 14 12:45:17 2004
No, ju cannae mack me peek ze conzistahnt ale-eee-ass. No more than you can make me pick a consistent accent. Muwhahahahahahahaha....

--bevil asstard Wed Apr 14 13:22:58 2004
You know, in general I prefer "typed smilies" to their cartoon icon representation, but right now I'm really missing the cartoon smilie for "rolls eyes".

So: *rolls eyes*
--Kirk Wed Apr 14 13:27:14 2004
But I have used this alias before, so I thought I was heading towards greater consistency. Sigh.

--evil bastard Wed Apr 14 13:28:12 2004
okay, I'll bite. hmmm.

1. Do you think everything works out for the best in the end?

2. If you could have one artistic talent, what would it be? And what current ability would you sacrifice to have it?

3. Have you ever done something that still makes you a little sick to remember?
--Brooke Wed Apr 14 13:51:22 2004
I must say you fudged the first question pretty well ... I do remember your dad sitting in the pew at Temple and hanging out at your place with his crazy humor when we were young. That, I can definitely see as the worst. 

Glad today snowballed a little instead of the ton of bricks as expected!!!
--Beau Wed Apr 14 14:19:09 2004
damn! I don't expect to get a homework assignment when I cruise over to play 'happy eater'. Fine, I'll play along. But I eschew "what does it all mean" questions. Eschew, I say! 1. What is your favorite kind of Dorito? 2. Who do you think shot JFK? 3. Who do you think I am?
--satya Wed Apr 14 14:52:27 2004
1. What were paper airplanes called before airplanes were invented?
2. If someone was immortal and the Earth blew up, would they just float around in space for a while?
3. Do you know who Dr. Roger Wakimoto is?
--Candi Wed Apr 14 15:10:04 2004
Brooke:
1. Things don't work out for the best, but they usually work out OK. I'm a big believer in muddling through.
2. I wish I was a better illustrator, able to draw semi-realistic cartoons of people. For this ability I'd give up the ability to touch my hands either way behind my back (one over the shoulder, the other side under)
3. Yes. 
Oh, details?
Well, that thing with my dad and the bologna sandwiches, when I had made a nice little bonding ritual with my pretty much helpless father and then just gave it up (maybe I was scared, I dunno) is about tops.
--Kirk Wed Apr 14 15:11:57 2004
Satya:
1. that new guac/lime one. Anything with lime I'm a sucker for.
2. I dunno! If I had to guess I'd say mostly just Oswald as the gunmen, but with some connections.
3. Brooke's friend Dan?
--Kirk Wed Apr 14 16:00:24 2004
Candi:
1. Really lame kites? Did they have gliders? Did paper airplanes predate the Wright brothers? I dunno!
2. I guess it depends on the conditionals around their immortality (like, just eternal youth, vs. eternal life but getting older and older, vs really can't be killed.) but yeah, I guess so.
3. By myself, no, but my Google-enhanced self says it's a guy whos into great big storms.
--Kirk Wed Apr 14 16:02:33 2004
Kirk, for shame. I went and followed your instructions at lupschada.com, and you didn't even reciprocate! For SHAME.
--Brooke Wed Apr 14 21:24:43 2004
Who are you?

What do you want?

And what … was the third question asked on Babylon-5?

--Sean Conner Thu Apr 15 02:40:27 2004
1. Just a dumb kinda smart guy, or maybe the other way around.
2. Contentment.
3. "Why are you here?". (According to Google). And my answer to that line of question was given by John Cage: "No why. Just here."
--Kirk Thu Apr 15 06:57:41 2004
1) if failure was not an option and you could be assured of success what would you be doing for the rest of your life?

2) what is the one thing you never got caught doing that could have gotten you in the most trouble when you were younger?

3) chocolate or vanilla?
--aparajita Thu Apr 15 09:13:02 2004
1. Establishing my immortality. Preferably via the Woody Allen "through not dying" method rather than through my work, but I'd take what I could get.
2. I usually got caught. I cheated on a few tests though.
3. Vanilla, no question. It has such a more hospitable disposition...
--Kirk Thu Apr 15 10:02:21 2004
Slam dunkin like Shaquille O'Neal, if he wrote infomraitve articles.
--Brandie Sat Sep 10 03:18:17 2011
g4Xb3x Extremely easy by words but in reality´┐Ż, a lot of things don`t correspond. Not everything is so rosy..!!
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