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Braingle Interview #99 - Mocha613

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mocha613Aus

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new Posted: 07:46PM May 26, 2013

Thanks for more questions, Randy!!! It has been a bit slow, but I think it allows me to take my time when answering.

RGW4 wrote: Must be a busy month for a lot of people, myself included... sorry to not come by sooner with a few questions for you.

So, not trying to put you on the spot with the first question ... I respect everyone's right to do what they either feel comfortable with or have the "space" to do it.

1. Do you fly the American flag outside your home for holidays such as we celebrate this weekend?
I would but... (fill in the blank with one of the following reasons that really just amounts to a poor excuse to not) A. I have a historical flag (13 stars) but no current on B. I don't have a dowel to attach the flag I do have in order to actually fly it C. I don't know where I would find either of those two things D. I believe it is disrespectful to fly a flag in inclement weather or at night (without a light), and I know I would likely forget to take it down, so I ask myself which is more disrespectful, to not respect the flag or to just not fly one. Again, it all sums up to a poor excuse to not be flying a flag.

2. Are you doing anything special this weekend... basically the start of the summer season?
My goal is to plant my vegetable garden. We spent the morning at church today and then lunch and a board game with my parents this afternoon. And tomorrow we (my husband, my parents and I) are meeting my grandparents in the nearby town they grew up in to go to breakfast and then go to the cemetery to pay our respects to my great grandparents (on both sides) and various other relatives. We do this every year, and it is one of my favorite family traditions. I love to hear my grandparents tell stories of the past.

3. I saw that you don't watch movies much... wonder if that is overall, or just at the theaters?
Well, not much overall, but especially not much in the theater. When there were still rental stores open, I used to go and buy previously rented movies... For half the price of one movie ticket, my husband and I could watch a a movie as many times as we wanted. Not to mention I can make my own popcorn!

In general, I'd rather spend an evening reading than watching a movie.


4. Along this line, what genre of movies would you watch on TV is you do?
I like comedies, but not the kind with the crude humor. I enjoy romantic comedies, and some action.

5. Are you able to escape your teacher duties on the week-ends and enjoy doing things for yourself... like???I normally have to bring home work on the weekends, but I try to take time away from that also. Right now, my extra time is spent outside getting the garden ready and weeding flower beds. A month ago, my time was spent painting cabinets for our mud room. I also enjoy reading the newspaper with my coffee in the morning, and reading my book when I get a chance.


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new Posted: 09:32PM May 31, 2013

Okay Mocha...

These look to be at least my final questions...

1. Which do you prefer... Boss or Wolf games?

2. Why?

3. Excluding your current game (I am not trying to frame or clear you)... how many times have you been the boss, rat?

4. Any particular game (not limited to boss or wolf) stick out to you as really fun? Why?

5. You find a wad of $20.00 bills on the ground in a parking lot. No cars are near this wad... and a quick count shows it to be about $600.00. What do you do? answer honestly!!!


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mocha613Aus

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new Posted: 12:12AM Jun 1, 2013

RGW4 wrote: Okay Mocha...

These look to be at least my final questions...

1. Which do you prefer... Boss or Wolf games?
Once upon a time I prefered Boss. I felt there was no strategy at all to Wolf, but with Boss, you had the advantage of the psychs. But then I started playing with good players who used logic and reason, like in this game. And I never went back. I mean, I still enjoy Boss games, but a good werewolf game is hard to beat.
2. Why?
See above.

3. Excluding your current game (I am not trying to frame or clear you)... how many times have you been the boss, rat?
I don't remember, and when my wiki got deleted when I was inactive for so long, it took with it all my records of things like that. I'm just a little upset. However, in 49 games, I can say I've been each once or twice. My favorite of them was when I was the rat to Hrsemn. You can see it here, in fact, it was my first game, and the one I will always remember best.

4. Any particular game (not limited to boss or wolf) stick out to you as really fun? Why?
Oh, there are so many here. 525 was the game that inspired the reunion group, all of the reunion games, Dina's Spy Games (especially the one that we got to go on the mission, I can't find it, though). I was also involved in the TWG TB where we played many great games, including Lost, Twilight, and x-men! Those were rather incredible, with special roles and functionality.

5. You find a wad of $20.00 bills on the ground in a parking lot. No cars are near this wad... and a quick count shows it to be about $600.00. What do you do? answer honestly!!!I would go into the business and find a manager to turn it in to. I would make sure to leave my number so they can give it back to me if no one returns to claim it!

Thanks for the great questions and a fun trip down memory lane. It was great reading over those games. I have certainly played with some incredible people over the years.


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new Posted: 11:13AM Jun 4, 2013

I'm working out the details of our next victim, *cough* I mean, interviewee. More to come by the end of the week, sorry for the delay.

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