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10 July 2007 @ 09:35 am
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The Basics

Name: Marley

Age range (13-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25+): 20-24

Favorite character: Fleur Delacour. She's wickedly French, and has a gorgeous name. I have like a magnetic field for the dangerously beautiful people. I love that she was the champion of her school and that she ended up with the dragon-fighting Weasley boy. Like her, I usually go for the crazy ones. I know it's really sort of a shallow list of reasons, but seeing as she doesn't really expose much of her character in the novels except through her reactions to the way other people treat her, I feel I know what she's going through as a composed, contientious and patient girl who is used to being judged on her appearance.

Least favorite character: Cornelius Fudge. Maybe I have an anti-authority persona, so maybe it's just me, but Cornelius is pretty much the embodiment of corrupt government and everything he does makes me incredibly angry. He makes me want to light a guitar on fire and scream at the top of my lungs. He just wants to make himself look good at all times, at the cost of actually DOING HIS JOB!  Please, public official.  Please do your job.

Favorite Non-Harry Potter related fandom: Umm let me see. I can't say that I'm really into the rest of the fandom scene, with the exception of Beat literature and perhaps a select few artists such as Anthony Kiedis and Dave Navarro. I really admire J. K. Rowling as a writer. Can I say she's bloody brilliant even though I'm American?

What is your pet peeve?: My pet peeve is being nagged. As commonplace as that is, being nagged at has caused me to act out in ways that end up very expensively (for me). Once my friend from Italy was nagging me about some stupid stuff and I freaked out and threw my cell across the room where it landed in a sink full of water and had to be replaced without insurance. I should really have phone insurance by now.

The Deeper Stuff

Five years from now you are diagnosed with a terminal illness. It can be cured by a single pill that costs $5,000 dollars and is not covered by insurance. How would you go about getting the medication? How much time do I have to raise the money? I could hustle 5 G's via Italian mafia pretty quickly if I needed to. I'm like the sweetheart sorella of these mafiosos and they wouldn't let me die, not even by terminal illness.

Your house is burning down - all people and pets are out safely. You are able to save one item. What is it and why? My computer, which is pretty big so I'm not sure I would actually be able to carry it out. My Sony VAIO and beautiful glorious enormous monitor. I have my entire music collection on the hard drive and that's why I would choose my computer.

You find a wallet in a parking lot. It has $1,000 dollars cash in it and a driver's license. You look at the license and realize it belongs to a co-worker you speak to on a daily basis. What do you do? For sure call that biatch and return it. It wouldn't cross my mind to take even a dime. I actually had a $100 incident similar to this last week.

You've been given $100,000 dollars. If you can use it all within one hour you will be given one million dollars. What do you do? First, cry with joy. Second, run straight to the Lexus dealer and get a Hybrid LS 2008. Bam. Done.

You see a famous person in the lobby of a busy movie theater and no one else has noticed him/her. What do you do? Knowing me, nothing. I live in a place where that's common and it's like, we live in the same city so why am I going to harass him when I'll probably keep seeing him around? (Clint Eastwood is our former mayor)

You come upon a wishing well and toss a coin in to make a wish. Your wish is granted. What did you wish for? I wished for a smile.  And it's all the little things in life which make the big differences.  Tossing a coin into the wishing well is enough for a pleasant rest-of-the-afternoon, especially if it's one of those wishing wells whose proceeds go to some charity or non-profit.

You're 70 years old and writing your autobiography. What is the title and why would people read it? I've started to write it, and the working title is "Thirty-Four Sea" which may or may not change in a span of 49 years.  People would read it because when I tell my stories, people listen to them.  I write to stay sane and each development makes me a better writer.  By the time I'm 70 I'd hope I was a decent enough narrator for the average reader.

You have been gifted with the chance to actually perform a magical spell. In front of you stands your greatest love, your worst enemy, and a pile of inanimate objects ready to be used in your spell. Which spell do you allow yourself to use and why have you chosen that spell? Hmm, this spell I would use would probably not involve either my greatest love or my worst enemy, because those are two forces not to be reckoned with.  For instance, if I neutralized my worst enemy, how would I spend the rest of my days?  The reality is, I don't have a worst enemy at the moment, unless you count global warming.  This is actually not a bad idea.  The inanimate objects could be made into a chemical potion and maybe I'd use some blood from my greatest love to up the passion level (then say I'm sorry baby) to blow out a huge artificial thunderstorm to generate o-zone and patch up the atmosphere.

You find a magic lamp, rub it, and out pops a Genie. You are given the chance to relive and change one experience in your past. What do you change (if any) and why? No, because I can't see how things would be better if I changed any one thing.  Well, yes, I would relive the time I was convinced to be a part of a certain operation, because that absolutely got me into too much trouble.  That's the only shenanigan I can think of where I didn't get a pay-off equal to the punishment.  I don't want to say what it was because it was quite bad.

Yes/No Questions
Mark each word with a yes or a no as it applies to you. Feel free to explain each answer (not mandatory)

Logical: Yes-- my heart and my mind are constantly at each others' throats
Emotional: Yes-- see above
Intelligent: Yes-- I test fairly high
Fair: Yes-- diplomatic oldest sister of four
Witty: Yes-- and pretty, and wise
Creative: Yes-- self-influenced
Cunning: No-- too straightforward
Ambitious: Yes-- albeit not at the cost of living my life
Brave: Yes-- fcking fearless
Loyal: Yes-- fiercely
Honest: Yes and No-- genuinely honest but at times the entertainment industry (and mafia) calls for white lies
Trustworthy: Yes-- my inner circle never needs to worry
Impulsive: Yes-- morbidly.  Ask anyone who knows me and the first thing they'll say is "spontaneous"
Mean: No-- according to my mafia fratello, it's not POSSIBLE for me to be mean
Cruel: No-- heart bleeds gold ore
Dishonest: Yes and No-- honestly, I'm not always honest.  This is only in the best interest of the TV studio.  The world of PR gets ridiculous, but honestly, show me an honest PR rep and I'll show you a hobo in five years.
Observant: No-- unfortunately, they call me the black-haired blonde
Stubborn: No-- very open-minded
Friendly: Yes-- to a fault
Kind: Yes-- also to a fault
Compassionate: Yes-- corazon de oro
Hard-working: Yes and No-- from zero to mach 2 in 60 seconds
Lazy: Yes and No-- from mach 2 to zero in 60 seconds
Outgoing: Yes-- you almost have to be in television

And finally, how did you find us? This nice sweet LJ user pussygoespurr commented on my Squibbed sorting_elite application or my journal or something and said, "we are way more laid back" so I said "praise the saints let me at em."

Current Mood: mellowmellow
Groupie: In the Bloodhackergroupie on July 10th, 2007 05:16 pm (UTC)
Please fix the tags so this is behind an LJ cut :)

Hackergroupie, Co-Mod
Peppermintspoonpeppermintspoon on July 10th, 2007 06:01 pm (UTC)
I got everything but Slytherin. Going by your yes/no answers and the overall feel, I'll say.... Gryffindor?
graylorgraylor on July 10th, 2007 09:17 pm (UTC)
I'm torn between Gryffindor and Hufflepuff... but based on the wishing well question, I'm going with Hufflepuff.
What about aliens?: gryffindorender839 on July 10th, 2007 09:40 pm (UTC)
Yarr, this is actually quite tough. I have to agree with graylor and say it's either Gryffindor or Hufflepuff. I think it's going to wind up as Gryffindor for you.

Who needs sorting_elite anyway?
Groupie: Starbuckshackergroupie on July 10th, 2007 11:54 pm (UTC)
Gryffindor, I also saw a lot of Hufflepuff.

HG, Slytherin
Nuchtchas (Nutty, NIMLAS, however you know me): Huffelpuffnuchtchas on July 11th, 2007 04:51 pm (UTC)
and I see Slytherin
Juppy: Dr. Who Can Keep the Kittygiove_dea on July 11th, 2007 06:26 pm (UTC)
Hmm, I think I gotta go with Hufflepuff!
club_mods on July 19th, 2007 05:11 pm (UTC)
You've been sorted into Gryffindor! Congratulations! :) Don't forget to join clubhogwarts if you haven't already.

You can also join the various Club Hogwarts communities- including your club house!

Also, and don't forget, as one of the first Club members - you're far cooler than others!