A: I would say that what has been written so far should have made a strong enough impression, that you damn well know whether or not you want to give me a call. ;)
A: I’m afraid they vary so widely that there’s no way I could go about listing them here. Again, it’s monotony that Races me to the Coffin creaking, splintering, sucking for my warmth.
A: I take the trouble to think for myself. Which may sound obvious or pompous — But it is strenuous, tenuous, and arduous. But only if you take the whole pie to task and not only the obvious cherry.
A: So many options, it all depends on what kind of mood happens to strike. And when the iron is hot, who knows?
A: To pick any one event or experience in my life and Call it Paramount, will be nothing but a lie to satisfy the structure of this question.
A: I hate dogma, the product of other peoples thinking. Surely, there is value To be had in the wisdom of those Who have already lived. But it is the greatest loss, to not develop your own way of thinking and reasoning based on your own interests and values. Your own thoughts and feelings are a better guide for you, than the zealous spittle of any sage who commands respect among men.
A: To approach something with a different perspective or to lend a different perspective to someone else. To rattle the cage, to breathe life into the dead, to Shake the centurion, To soften the troll, to fight God’s, to curse angels, to blaspheme against the holy, to Bring tender love to the outcast, to champion the shunned, To fight against the archetypes. I’m here to bring balance to those who fight against it. Which makes me, my own greatest enemy. For I, am an extremist.
A: Zero consideration for what is traditional or normal when it comes to life decisions, activities, or entertainment. Basically, how to live the life less traveled.
A: This always goes in phases for me. As in most things if I do it constantly I tire of it, if I don’t do it enough I crave it.
A: I love the saying, “If you want something done right do it yourself”
So I get plenty of exercise by doing whatever “it” happens to be at the time—myself.
A: Outgoing.. Very outgoing. I like to take risks, I like to try new things, I like to feel alive. The monotony of routine and the familiar, is what kills me-drives me to the grave quicker. I am a free spirit and always will be, this fire can only be snuffed out along with my heartbeat.
A: That these questions are starting to sound repetitive.
A: Depends on the ambience and level of rapport we’ve established at that point.
We’re laughing and having a great time and I segue right into my most traumatic experience in life. Doesn’t really make sense does it? Hahaha! Sorry to disappoint by not answering, but my time with each client is a unique experience. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.
A: That while I am very direct, I can also be warm. There are multiple facets to my personality, and I allow most of them to be expressed freely. An irrational amount of consideration for other people’s feelings about your behavior isn’t any good for you or them. Direct, confident, and assertive is best as a guide. The rest can be used when appropriate and/or desired.
A: My diligence with looking at things from different perspectives. Making sure I keep an open mind, while making sure to not also become so open I can’t make a confident decision.
A pair to grab, anytime it may be time, to sack up.
A rare to medium-rare ribeye steak every blue moon.
A loose and noisy pub within a reasonable distance.
And a fine, tailored, suit.