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Writer's Block: Reacting to my bad mood

When you're having a bad day, how do you react?

Writer's Block: Ghost Story

Do you believe in ghosts? If so, have you ever seen one?

Uhm... I must say I really don't believe in ghosts...


A ghost is said to be the apparition of a dead person, frequently similar in appearance to that person, and usually encountered in places he or she frequented, or in association with the person's former belongings. The word "ghost" may also refer to the spirit or soul of a deceased person, or any spirit or demon.[1][2][3] Ghosts are often associated with hauntings, which is, according to the Parapsychological Association, "the more or less regular occurrence of paranormal phenomena associated with a particular locality (especially a building) and usually attributed to the activities of a discarnate entity; the phenomena may include apparitions, poltergeist disturbances, cold drafts, sounds of footsteps and voices, and various odors.


Writer's Block: Where in the World...

If you were independently wealthy, where in the world would you live and how would you spend your time?

Uhm...I would still live here in the Philippines...

I would spend my time, by helping others...

Sharing my wealth to the needy...

And i'll spend some money to have fun...Ü

Writer's Block: No Laughing Matter

What do you think is too serious to joke about?

Uhm... I think its LOVE...

Writer's Block: Define Cheater

What is your definition of cheating?

    A common venue for cheating is in education settings, where it takes a number of forms. Cheating on tests (or other school-based work) may include the sharing of information among test takers or the use of covert notes or crib sheets. Obtaining the questions or answers to a test ahead of time is another form of cheating. On essay assignments or term papers cheating often takes the form of plagiarism. Another phenomenon of contract cheating has been observed, where students have work completed on their behalf. Internet plagiarism is a growing concern. Some schools subscribe to services which help them detect this type of cheating. Most colleges have written policies defining and punishing plagiarism.

Cheating is an act of lying, deception, fraud, trickery, imposture, or imposition. Cheating characteristically is employed to create an unfair advantage, usually in one's own interest, and often at the expense of others.[1] Cheating implies the breaking of rules. The term "cheating" is less applicable to the breaking of laws, as illegal activities are referred to by specific legal terminology such as fraud or corruption. Cheating is a primordial economic act: getting more for less, often used when referring to marital infidelity.

Writer's Block: House Call

Whose house (besides your own) were you in last and why?