What do you think of the idea of the ‘greater good’ principle?
Doing something for the greater good? From watching the Back to the Future series, other time-travel-related movies and TV shows, and from the knowledge I have gathered so far in life, I know that for every action, there is a reaction.
Do I believe in the “greater good” principle?
Not really. All it is is another reaction for another action.
Do you enjoy riding a roller coaster or other amusement park type ride?
It depends on the ride. I’m not a fan of heights so when I go to amusement park or if I go, I often would stick to the kiddie rides and rides that don’t involve hanging upside down, high-speed loops, and going round and round in a tiny metal chair while being suspend at a certain height. I usually tend to stick to bumper car rides, merry-go-arounds, and log rides.
Which musical instrument is the most annoying to you personally?
The most annoying musical instrument to me personally is a human voice and just to be clear, I am not saying all human voices are annoying, just the very bad sounding ones, the ones that makes me want to tear out my eardrums. Absolutely, a human voice is a musical instrument because sometimes, all a song needs is a voice to complete it. Like I said, there are great voices and there are horrible ones.
Would you rather have a vivid imagination or a photographic memory if you had to choose just one?
Since I already sorta have a vivid imagination and I am not looking for a more distorted reality due to imagination, I am going with photography memory. It will be so cool to remember where I put all my important documents for once instead of spending all day rummaging through the drawers.