jonasdash609 karma2019-02-23 12:00:35 UTC
Two questions, because I'm not certain which is more applicable.
Do you find it easiest to photograph chicken, beef, seafood, or vegetable stock?
Alternatively, do you also photograph bonds, mutual funds, or ETF's?
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jonasdash495 karma2016-10-07 16:23:54 UTC
Robin Williams (may he rest in peace) is an excellent example of this. I enjoy his humorous roles quite a bit, but it's always felt like I was simply 'watching' a character be played. His dramatic roles were more an 'experience', that feeling of knowing a character because of an actors performance; a connection.
jonasdash130 karma2017-03-14 14:05:45 UTC
jonasdash123 karma2013-07-29 07:21:28 UTC
Thanks for doing this AMA! I went to jr high with a guy that I'm fairly certain had TS, but he never mentioned it specifically. He'd have some motor skill ticks, mostly shrugging, some slapping his forehead or pounding his fist (it looked like he was upset at something or himself, but he clearly wasn't), and the occasional "yip" sound. I never bothered to ask him about it because he was clearly having a hard enough time dealing with kids being kids and making fun of him, so I just ignored the ticks entirely.
A few questions, if you don't mind.
What are some of the funniest things that have happened due to having one of your ticks?
If someone sees you having a tick, would you rather they say nothing, give you a knowing look, or say something like "it's okay"?
How quickly do you divulge your TS to a stranger you're going to be around for an hour or two? Do you bring it up ahead of it happening, or just hope to conceal it or explain it when it happens?
Do you have ticks during sex or masturbation? Any of them humorous in nature?
jonasdash88 karma2017-08-09 16:12:04 UTC
shame this Q won't get answered
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