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23:11:00, November 24th, 2007
John Henry Holliday, DDS
Because I promised. Did I promise? Well, as I may not lie, this is a game rather than a serious deception. You may guess the lie. Lay your money down (I must make a Faro icon soon.)

1. Ask me three questions to which you want to know the truth.
2. I will pick two of them to answer.
3. About one I will tell the truth.
4. About one I will lie.
5. The last you will have to try and answer for me.
6. Post this in your journal so others can ask you.
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9:24:29, November 25th, 2007 (UTC)
What an interesting game :)
My playful but serious honesty hopes that rather than outright lying, one will come up with a playful story. Stories are good.

- have you ever met a whiskey that you did not like?
- Have you ever brought about conditions to bring someone to glow with happiness?
- Has there ever been a horse you've met who's been interesting to ride?

Again, I'm not prone to posting these in my journal anymore. If you wish it though, I would reconsider.
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17:21:40, November 25th, 2007 (UTC)
John Henry Holliday, DDS: soapy!
There is no need to post it. I noticed, on looking for a reply, that I also must post it, so I have done so, a little belatedly.

1. You may answer this question. You may tell a story lie or tell the truth. The truth is, of course, simple.
2. I believe Gabriel glows, when we talk, with the things we do, with the experiences we have. I do not think it is myself that brings about the conditions, but that the conditions converge when we are together, and that his nature is one that appreciates so marvelously that he may glow at the wonder of even simple things, but I know too that he glows at times for me.
3. Wyatt had a beautiful race-horse named Dick Naylor. He was proud of this horse. He had come out from Kansas behind our buckboard. He was fast and beautiful. I've never known such an animal. When I rode him the wind pulled my hair and I laughed with the power beneath me and the speed. There was a feeling that time had stopped and the world was spinning below his hooves. He was marvelously responsive too and would turn at a touch of the reins, or an intentional pressure of a leg, as if one were respectfully requesting a change in direction from him as from a friend. That was the horse I have met who was most interesting to ride.
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