From today’s DAILY POST
What person, real or fictional, living or dead, would you want to share a foxhole with if you were on a battlefield?
Superman seems like the perfect choice. With him around I’d be perfectly safe!
Okay, that was pretty lame, let’s see what other recent Daily Posts topics I’ve missed that I feel like answering.
What is your favorite way to procrastinate?
It’s a tie between sleeping and surfing the net.
Yes, as an aspiring writer I think it does, although I am no grammar nazi when it comes to non-formal communication, such as texts, emails, or social network messages. I am harder on myself than I am on others. I don’t judge someone who misspells words in a status update, but I cringe when I look back at something I wrote and see misspelled words, or misused words, like if I see that I wrote “started” when I meant to write “starting” or something like that. That is why one of the things I like on Google Plus vs. Facebook is the fact that on G+ they give us the option to go back and edit old posts and comments.
Do you believe in free-will or is life predetermined?
I believe in free will.
How do you know?
I guess I don’t know for a fact. I just don’t believe it. Life is too random for me to believe that there is any plan behind it. Although I do sometimes feel like maybe I’m meant to be broke since it seems like in the past year and half that things just keep happening to me that forces me to spend money that I don’t have, thus keeping me unable to save significant amount of money, such as having to spend almost $400 to fix the starter in my car last Thursday.
Even if you believe in free-will, could your belief in it be per-determined?
Does this topic bore you?
Not really, it’s a decent topic.
Did you choose to be bored or was it something beyond your control?
I want to stop adding to this list, but I can’t stop myself. Bullets are fun – wheeee!
I seem free to choose how I think about adding to this list, but not free to choose if I can stop or not. Perhaps I’m free to think about how I think about my freedom to choose, but not free to actually behave differently.
Well now I’m confused.
What is willpower, and how does that related to free will? Do some people have more free will than others? How do you know?
Or forget it. I’m going to bed now.