posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 09:52 AM
reply to post by Watcher-In-The-Shadows
The difficulty rises from the unspecific generalization of the questions. Merely the first question alone could be answered with *my name*, a man, a
husband, a technician, a father, an uncle, a brother in law, a son-in-law, an atheist, a dude fighting middle-age, an ex-husband, a friend
The second question is easy - on a long-term scale, world peace. On a more immediate time scale - some breakfast.
Third question is another with multiple answer possibility based upon time scale and reference.
As a husband, more or less down the right path
As a father, sometimes absolutely nowhere it would seem, where teenage daughters are involved - perhaps backwards
As a technician, up baby...I want a six figure bank account within the next five years, not including decimal places
The ambiguity of the questions is what makes it seem difficult to answer.