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THREE THINGS YOU WANT TO DO BEFORE YOU DIE:
1. Get something published
2. Find love
3. Get my library career off the ground

THREE NAMES YOU GO BY:
1. Joshua
2. Josh
3. Jason (Most common mistake)

THREE SCREEN NAMES YOU HAVE HAD:
1. likestrek
2. sci_fi_nat
3. sci_fi_nat2000

THREE PHYSICAL THINGS YOU LIKE ABOUT YOURSELF:
1. eyes
2. butt
3. fingers?

THREE PARTS OF YOUR HERITAGE:
1. English/Irish/Scottish
2. Greek
3. Native American

THREE THINGS THAT SCARE YOU:
1. Being on a mountain
2. crossing a busy street without a walk light
3. asking a woman out...

THREE OF YOUR EVERYDAY ESSENTIALS:
1. food
2. conversation
3. sleep

THREE THINGS YOU ARE WEARING RIGHT NOW:
1. Red Sox Tee
2. Army green shorts
3. boxers

THREE OF YOUR FAVORITE BANDS/MUSICAL ARTISTS:
1. Bob Dylan
2. Traveling Wilburys
3. Sheryl Crow

THREE OF YOUR FAVORITE SONGS:
1. "King of Broken Hearts"-Ringo Starr
2. "Congratulations"-Traveling Wilburys
3. "Because of You"- Kelly Clarkson

THREE THINGS YOU WANT IN A RELATIONSHIP:
1. meaningful conversation
2. humor
3. to not do all the work to maintain it

TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE (in no particular order):
1. I've never been kissed.
2. The only foreign country I've been to is Canada.
3. I have only nine fingers.

THREE PHYSICAL THINGS ABOUT THE PREFERRED SEX THAT APPEAL TO YOU:
1. eyes
2. smile
3. pony or pig tails

THREE OF YOUR FAVORITE HOBBIES:
1. Reading
2. Watching TV and movies
3. Writing

THREE THINGS YOU WANT TO DO REALLY BADLY RIGHT NOW:
1. get some
2. sleep
3. go back in time

THREE CAREERS YOU'RE CONSIDERING/YOU'VE CONSIDERED:
1. writer
2. editor
3. ad exec

THREE PLACES YOU WANT TO GO ON VACATION:
1. Greece
2. England
3. Hawaii

THREE KID'S NAMES YOU LIKE:
1. Julia
2. Dresden
3. Kirk

THREE WAYS THAT YOU ARE STEREOTYPICALLY A GIRL:
1. I get depressed about my love life
2. I'm sensitive and compassionate
3. I was good in school

THREE WAYS THAT YOU ARE STEREOTYPICALLY A BOY:
1. I love baseball and football
2. I love sci-fi
3. I'm not neat and tidy

THREE PEOPLE THAT I WOULD LIKE TO SEE TAKE THIS QUIZ NOW:
1. Someone who has a blog I read
2. Someone who should get a blog so I can read it
3. Someone who can at least post it in the comment section of this blog

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