For example, if my general screws up I will not draw my weapon, point it at him, say "And here is the price for failure," then suddenly turn and kill some random underling.
No matter how tempted I am with the prospect of unlimited power, I will not consume any energy field bigger than my head. If it becomes necessary to escape, I will never stop to pose dramatically and toss off a one-liner.
Although his laughably under-planned attempt to usurp power would easily fail, it would provide a fatal distraction at a crucial point in time.
Glue an envelope into your journal. The list is full. What were you thinking just now? List uses for a tin can. These are closer to the originals. Seriously, for fuck sake, pick a random object rather than a shape.
Come up with something less stale. My kids were truly fascinated by it, probably because of the genuine energy that came out of me as I shared those cool experiences I'd had in D.
Charles has practically no sense of adventure, making him very boring. If a group of henchmen fail miserably at a task, I will not berate them for incompetence then send the same group out to try the task again.
I began writing a statement of purpose for my life, my business, my role in business, a holiday trip, my romantic relationship or even just my plan for a day. Things what excessively refer to other SCPs. I vehemently encourage them to discover a topic they don't know much about but would like to learn; I'd much rather have a small amount of research than have them write a report on something they already know tons about.
I wanted my students to understand that notebooks just hold good ideas; those good ideas may go very different directions when drafting begins.
No matter how many shorts we have in the system, my guards will be instructed to treat every surveillance camera malfunction as a full-scale emergency.
I will not design my Main Control Room so that every workstation is facing away from the door. Find a piece of poetry you respond to. But no matter what, Corey is always supporting her like a second-in-command.
More importantly, since switching from journals to writer's notebooks, my teaching skills have improved.The Rules. The rules are really pretty simple. As long as your list (and we do mean yours—don’t steal other people’s stuff) is one or two paragraphs per item you can choose any topic you like.
1. Go for a walk. Draw or list things you find on the the sidewalk. 2. Write a letter to yourself in the future. 3. Buy something inexpensive as a symbol for your need to create, (new pen, a tea cup, journal). If you are on Facebook, you’ve probably seen a viral message being passed around in regards to posting 25 random facts about yourself.
Instead of pretending that I find this practice stupid and childish, I think it’s a great way to get to know some of your friends and acquaintances. Dr. Gears Footnote: With these things being stated, let us also state that this is not a list of "NO MORE OF THESE EVER", but a list of things that we have too much of.
You can try to make a Thing What Let You Fight Good, but bear in mind it's going to have to be VERY good to both stand out from the pack, and avoid deletion.
If you attempt to make something that fits into one of these slots. For a long time I wanted to create my own superhero, but I had any idea of where to start. The list above really helped me to pick out some things I want in my character and they also reflect who I am.
Great questions designed to help people in small groups get to know one another. If you could live in any sitcom, which one would it be?Download