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bad at the arts: you're not less intelligent, you just have a technical mind
bad at math/science: you must be stupid
If the original investigation team from death note were really willing to die for the cause, then why didn’t they destroy the notebook that they found? If they had, they would be able to find out if the rule that said “if this notebook is destroyed, then everyone who touched it will die” was true or not. If it was true, then they would all die and rest assured that Kira died too. If it wasn’t true, then they would have gotten rid of the notebook and found out more to help them track down Kira. All in all, it would have been the best option for them, yet they didn’t do it. All I can think is that. L wanted to know how it worked, but after Remu explained it (since he knew more about it than Ryukku did), you would think that L would have been satisfied. Why didn’t anyone think of that?!
26- When you’re out in nature, where do you often find yourself? (in the woods, a lake, river, etc. what’s your favorite spot? describe it for us!)
I have a lot of places that I like to be for different reasons. I like the park near my house because to get to the place I like best I have to walk through a little bit of woods where I can see trees with pretty designs on them (my boyfriend says they’re from bugs, I say they’re from fairies) and fallen logs and trees and grass and when I walk past a little overhang of tree branches I reach a small patch of dirt raised up so that it doesn’t become mud since the pond is so close with rocks and some leaves that would probably be a good place to hang out and drink beer or do drugs for other teens, but I just like it because it’s a place I went a lot in freshman year to get away from all the confinment that came from people worrying that I might be over-exercising (I never tried to). Anyway, this is the place I go most often because it’s closest. I don’t have a picture for this one and it’s winter, so I can’t get one.
I also like the deep dock at Presbytery Point. It’s a big cement dock, but I especially like the big rocks closeby to it. There are a bunch of little flat black rocks and a tree that come before the big rocks, but then the big rocks have one place that’s good to sit and I like to sit there while I’m at camp every morning to do my own prayer/meditation before the day starts. It’s really nice, especially when there are little waves to listen to.
The first picture isn’t the exact place, but it’s the general deep dock area. The second one isn’t the deep dock, but the dock on the beach and it’s really pretty anyway. I just love Presbytery Point in general.
Thirdly I like my grandparent’s backyard, which (after climbing down a bunch of stairs) is actually a private beach on Lake Superior. They have sand and I like when there’s a big driftwood log to sit on (usually there isn’t though). I like going down there alone and playing in the waves or in the sand and watching the sunset (I’m usually not awake for the sunrise) and sometimes I bring my guitar to play. It’s really peaceful and pretty.