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7 Life-changing Questions


An assortment of different questions that help a person think of what he/she really wants in life. These questions helped me figure myself out when I was lost, so maybe they can aid you as well.

1. Which is worse, failing, or never trying?

Really makes you think about what you want and it convinces you to take more risks and to have less regrets.

2. To what degree have you controlled the course your life has taken?

This question is more about doing than anything else. It’s about taking action, taking responsibility.

3. Are you holding on to something you need to let go of?

Many times we are unable to do something because we can’t let go of the past. Forget the past; the only way it can haunt the future is if you let it.

4. Why are you, you?

What makes you special? How are you unique? How are you any different? Maybe you are very versatile? Who knows? Find out what you’re good at and that you enjoy simultaneously. Complete yourself by giving uniqueness to your life and what you stand for.

5. Which is worse, when a good friend moves away, or losing touch with a friend who lives right near you?

Just a little heads-up. It makes a person grateful for having friends. A reminder to never let them go.

6. It is possible to know the truth without challenging it first?

Make sure you question everything before believing it. Don’t accept everything just because someone said so. If you don’t then you will surely be pushed around and used.

7. Would you rather have less work to do, or more work you enjoy doing?

Another reminder to just keep at it. Never stop pursuing your goals, no matter what. Nothing can stop you from being happy but yourself.

Results of the Social Questions Experiment

Earlier this week, I exposed the idea for my project.  For five days in a row, I painstakingly wrote down every question that was either sent to me via IM, email, youtube, or blog.  I will list the questions below by Day and category, and then I will have my conclusions afterwards.  Enjoy!

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Underground Social Experiment

It’s been awhile since I have last written, and this time around I thought I am going to be something I have never done before, which is a social experiment of sorts.

Every day people are asking questions, are you one of them?  Were you at school and you asked someone a question on how to do a certain problem?  Maybe you asked your teacher for help on a particular subject or clarification?

Were you at work and you had a question on what the customer wanted?  A question on your latest bill statement?  Life is full of questions.  However, over the course of time, it becomes obvious that some questions or conceptions just never go away or die.

As we all know, I am a very busy person.  I get home from work, and my time is limited to do a few tasks before I have to go to bed and then repeat the whole cycle the next day.  With that said, about 70% of my free time (maybe more or less depending on what happens that day) is related to answering questions about a diverse group of subjects.

How many questions is too many questions?  It’s time to find out in my little experiment.  Beginning today through the end of day Friday, I will be documenting and collecting every single question that is directed to me.

It can be a simple question on Youtube on my video, an e-mail, a comment here on the blog, or even in an instant messenger.  I am going to harvest every single question and collect it day by day groupings.

On Saturday, I will post the massive list of questions here on the blog for all of you to see. I don’t expect much of it to make sense, because I am just collecting questions, but I will put the questions in a topic header to separate questions from one to the other.

With that said, I am going to put up a new poll and lets see how many questions I am going to get between today and end of day Friday.  Will it be ten questions, 50, 100, 500?  We will soon find out!

[Ask V1] Issue #1

Every week I post your questions with my answers.  If no one submits a question, then I will make up my own question so that people can learn.

To submit your question to V1, please go here:  Underground Form


Question 1: This question is from Peter:

What is a good way to increase underground knowledge?

What do you mean by underground knowledge?  Hacking, cracking, console modding, torrents, warez, piracy, getting things done, etc?  I don’t know what to tell you.  If you are into the P2P scene, you can’t go wrong learning from,, and as a start.  If you want to learn more about technology, visit or get your daily dose of cool news at

Question 2: This question is from Mark:

I like to download movies all the time from the Internet, and I don’t feel bad at all about it.  Is this normal?

It depends.  Are you an ethical person or not?  Obviously, you wouldn’t go into a store and shoplift a DVD movie, but yet you torrent movies from the comfort of your own home and it doesn’t bother you.  Is it because it is convenient?  Don’t think you can get caught?  Thousands of people of downloading the same movie, so what are the odds of you getting nailed?  Thinking like this helps people justify their downloads, even if it is wrong.

So in short, yes for some people downloading movies and whatever else bears no fear upon their conscience.  I am going to say yes this is normal, but if you really like the movie, I suggest you buy it.

Question 3: This is from Bigmitch1998:


There is no chat room for the underground.  Even if there was one, the odds of me being online at the same time that you are is very slim.  If you need to contact me, there is my email on the right hand side of this blog.

This is enough questions for this week.  Next week I will answer another round of questions. I hope that guys have something more interesting, as this is weak sauce. ;0

[GG] GN’s Gutbuster Thursday


My apologies for the delay in today’s article, we’ve been having some technical difficulties which seem to be cleared up for now.

It’s that time of the month, no not that one! The first Thursday of the month means GN’s Gutbuster Thursday. To start off, I will share a list of the 10 dumbest questions in song lyric history.

#10: What you gon’ do with all that junk?/All that junk inside your trunk?

We may all know this one – Black Eyed Peas – “My Humps”

#9: He was a boy/She was a girl/Can I make it any more obvious?

Avril Lavigne – “Sk8r Boi”

#8: Saying “we eat pieces of shit like you for breakfast”/ Huh? Yall eat pieces of shit? What’s the basis?

Kanye West – “Jesus Walks”

#7: Baby I’m confused/Well, wasn’t that you in my bed? When love finally said good-bye/Where was I?

David Hasselhoff – “Where Was I?”

#6: Are you Johnnie Ray … Are you Fay Wray … Are you Stingray … Are you Jimmy Ray/Who wants to know?/Who wants to know about me?

Jimmy Ray – “Who Wants To Know?”

#5: Do you know what it feels like to be the last one to know the lock on the door has changed?

Enrique Iglesias – “Do You Know?”

#4: Why you sleepin’ with ya eyes closed?

Destiny’s Child (featuring Timbaland) – “Get On the Bus”

#3: Hey is that the truth or are you talking trash? Is your game M.V.P. like Steve Nash?

Nelly Furtado (featuring Timbaland) – “Promiscuous”

#2: Should I stay or should I go now?

The Clash – “Should I Stay Or Should I Go?”

#1: Why don’t we do it in the road?

The Beatles – “Why Don’t We Do It In The Road?”

[ Source: [[Thanks to CRKD SkitZo]] – ; ]

If anyone knows what this guy is talking about:

God speed, and Best wishes.