1. Have you ever watched something unfold, that as you watched, you could not believe what you've witnessed?
Yes, ofcourse. But I don'ty thtink it's up to me to tell those stories, as tghe privacy of people is involved.
2. What is your favorite city in the world? Why?
I used to hate Amtserdam, but now I like to be there. There's a nice buddhist temple there and around it a lot of chinese live and work. I'm not chinese, and I don't even look like I am, but they have always made me feel welcome. They even invited me over to their buddhist events, and they accept that I'm a tibetan buddhist, whereas they are of a slightly different tradition. It's nice to feel so welcome and to find they have bought, for instance, something special Tibetan they know I will love. Even when I can't afforsd it the prize is suddenly far different from the regular prize. It moves me to tears to see these people always involve people from the Tibetan community in their city events, which is completely against the way Tibetans are treated in the country of their roots.
Well, I guess my blog will be blocked for the chinese readers for the next three years again.
I also liked London, but I haven't been there for so very long... Time to go and see for myself if I still have that special connection.
3. What is the strangest film, to your sense of reality, that you have ever seen?
I can't remember names of films. But a while ago I saw a short movie I didn't understand at all. It looked nice though, but the storyline was wasted on me.
4. It seems that the older that you get, the less you want the hassle of seeing a live concert. Who is an artist or a band that you'd actually pay to see?
Give me the money and I spend it on something else. LOL!
Well, I used to love to go to live concerts. We always have some of them in the summer, mainly of unknown bands. I would love to go to Santana...and stand in the front row and dance.
5. When was the last time that you lost your temper?
Pooh...well... uhmmm... don't know. That's long ago.
6. When you were little, did you think "sex" was a bad word?
I'm so old that when I was little the word didn't exist. Not for me.
7. What does your smart phone do that really surprised you when you loaded the app?
Why do you assume I have one. I don't.
8. Have you ever been attracted to someone that you should not have been? (Feel free to take this lame question any way that you please.)
Yep, he was married and my fancied love was gone soon.
9. Will you see the new "The Three Stooges" film?
I don't know what you're talking about, so the answer is: "No".
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