Here are my answers for this with share your world he challenge.
Where’s the line between respectful disagreement and being downright mean (bullying) to someone?
I would say a healthy disagreement is one that does not result in any personal insults between either party. In British politics at the moment, both of the main parties seem to rely on personal insults rather than actual arguments of any point. It is because of this that most people in the UK have lost respect for a lot of politicians and the political will to live.
- Would you prefer to live in a world where alcohol was free or where politicians were honest?
Definitely, one where politicians were honest. It would help to regain some of that respect the lies have cost.
- What’s one habit you have that your family or friends think is rather childish?
Probably gaming. I think most people would grow out of this, but I have grown into it. Because of my physical disability, I could never play. Now, thanks to technology, I can command things with my voice and have a joystick for a mouse. So, now, game on!
- Would you rather go to a big party and rub shoulders with the rich and famous or go to an amazing quiet Garden that hardly anyone has ever visited?
I am not really a fan of either gardens or parties, but the idea of rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous is too much temptation to ignore. I would be at that party.
Halloween Question: What do you think of the idea of “trick or treat or money for a charity” as a way of making Halloween more useful?
Really? You think Halloween needs a use? As far as I can tell, some people do not get many visitors knocking on their door, so the idea of several in one night is good. It is a social interaction that will only cost you a piece of candy. Well worth it.