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I’ve had this post stored away for so long, I decided to finish it and put something on my blog. Long ago, Plinky asked what superpower I would want to have. I’m not sure. Three, however, come to mind.

1.

Where's his head?!

I would have the ability to become invisible. Certain drawbacks apply like when the car can’t see you but continues to drive towards you, but the intelligence services would snap me up in a jiffy. Doing invisible spy work would be great fun.

2.

Note how the hands aren't moving.

The ability to freeze time, reverse it or fast forward it.
This would be perfect for saving the person from the falling car.

3. And finally, the ability to control electricity.

Your feelings betray you...

No, not like that. Well, maybe. But to be able to enter power conduits and stop the flow of current from one place to another. That would be awesome in my book. And then being able to blast the electricity to take out guards or enemies.

All three would be extremely pleasant to have, even if I only was able to use one. I realize that the likelihood of this happening is extremely slim (read: impossible), but one can always dream!

What types of superpowers would you like to have? Weigh in with your ideas!

Do you like me?

Do you honestly like me?

Do you honestly truthfully completely like me?

Would you trust me with something precious to you?

Do you think I am trustworthy?

Am I a true friend?

I’m not looking for someone to answer this, feel free to comment anyway, but I just wanted to get this out there.

Do you like me?

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P.S. I really would like to thank Plinky for all the amazing prompts they have been giving me. If you haven’t already joined, go do so!

Trying to figure out what the future will be like is like trying to decide whether a baseball pitcher is going to throw a fastball, curveball, change-up, or a knuckleball. A fastball of 10 years will be nice and fast, over before you know it and too late to swing at it. A 10 year curveball looks promising at first, but then something unexpected happens and you miss badly. The change-up is nice and slow, with everything handed to you on a silver platter. If you miss it, you look like a fool. A knuckleball has unpredictable twists and turns and can go in every possible direction. Tough to predict and even tougher to hit, knuckleballs can either go badly for you, or miss completely and be great for you.

In 10 years I will be 24. Still young, and still dreaming. Hopefully, I will have finished college, found a steady job, and be looking for a wife. I seriously doubt I will be married by 24. If I am, no kids at that point! I would like to be married a few years before having any children. After that, who knows? Leave that to God. I can’t control the future. I can’t tell God what to do. He has decided how I will live my life, and I can either hit a home run for His team, or strike out.

(question given by Plinky)

Plinky

Posted: June 30, 2010 in Random Stuff
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If you read the post below, you will see something that says “Powered by Plinky.”

What is Plinky?

Plinky is a online answer-the-question that links with your blog. It helps with writer’s block and things like that because it gives you some ideas on what to blog about. It can even send your answer to your blog directly with the post already posted for you! Check it out!

The Butcher by Project 86

These three songs have been played numerous times on my Ipod, but I love them anyway.