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[08 Dec 2003|03:37pm]


Michelle Waitere, b.1972 Wellington, New Zealand

Michelle, thirty-one, has only been outside New Zealand's shores once in her life, less than a year ago. She works as a school teacher during the day, as a childminder at night, and spends any free time doing volunteer work, mostly for Maori causes.

[08 Dec 2003|03:28pm]


Steven Tegarden-Brandt, b.1967 Beau Bassin, Mauritius

Steven has lived in Mauritius all his life, but is looking forward to moving very soon (location to be announced). Steven is a retired investor whose main current occupation is working up the courage to ask Jessica Clarkson a tricky question. Steven is thirty-six and unmarried with no children and very little baggage.

[08 Dec 2003|03:17pm]


Isaak Rooyen, b.1962 Buffalo City, South Africa

Isaak is forty-one and works as a manager for a major automobile manufacturer. He is the proud father of twin daughters Cate and Leigh, who are eighteen. His semi-professional hobby is online performance art, and that's all we can really say about that.

[08 Dec 2003|03:09pm]


Denedra Gosmao, b.1973 Faro, Portugal

At thirty years old, Denedra is the baby of the group. She is half Canadian and half Portuguese, and is in no way related to Nelly Furtado. These days she hangs her hat in Hamilton, Ontario, where she works as a freelance journalist and animal rights activist.

[08 Dec 2003|03:03pm]


Jessica Clarkson, b.1966 Los Gatos, California, United States

Jessica is a thirty-seven-year-old bookseller currently living in Seattle, Washington. She loves Seattle and has called it home for nearly thirty years. In her free time, Jessica enjoys an active lifestyle, which includes coaching a local softball team.

[08 Dec 2003|02:49pm]


Martin Braudigom, b.1962 Leiden, Netherlands

Martin is forty-one, and works as a physics professor at a secondary school. In his spare time he enjoys cycling and cinema, and considers himself politically active. Martin currently lives near Den Haag, and has one dog, two cats, and no significant other (all applications will be considered).

Daily Soul-Search, No. 200 (STANDBY) [08 Dec 2003|02:29pm]
What is the meaning?

Only you can answer that for yourself.

Thank you all for being a part of Project Three.

Daily Soul-Search, No. 199 (STANDBY) [07 Dec 2003|10:15am]

When is the right time?

Daily Soul-Search, No. 198 (STANDBY) [06 Dec 2003|10:58am]

What is the most difficult thing to understand?

Daily Soul-Search, No. 197 (STANDBY) [05 Dec 2003|11:50am]

Do you prepare? Do you plan?

Daily Soul-Search, No. 196 (STANDBY) [04 Dec 2003|01:31pm]

Is it luck's job to get the ball rolling? Is it yours?

Daily Soul-Search, No. 195 (standby) [02 Dec 2003|09:46pm]

How "different" are you? Do you go out of your way to make a statement about who you are and how that differs from most other people? Is it important to you to stand out from the crowd?

- Isaak

Daily Soul-Search, No. 194 (standby) [02 Dec 2003|11:28am]

Are you a team player? Do you work well with others? Is this true of your social as well as your professional life?

- Jessica

Daily Soul-Search, No. 193 (standby) [01 Dec 2003|01:41pm]

How do you express your most insistent emotions? When everything bundles up inside you and it needs to come out immediately, what is the most likely outlet? Anger, art, tears, creation, work, a long drive?

- Steven

Daily Soul-Search, No. 192 (standby) [30 Nov 2003|12:10pm]

Is there an omnipotent creator? Is there an afterlife? Are those two ideas related to each other or are they separate considerations?

- Denedra

Daily Soul-Search, No. 191 (standby) [29 Nov 2003|12:12pm]

What is art, to you? What isn't art? Where do you draw the line, if there is one?

- Martin

Daily Soul Search, No. 190 [28 Nov 2003|12:27pm]

What is the most painful thing you've ever had to hear, the words that hurt you the most? Why were those words the worst for you?

- Michelle

Daily Soul-Search, No. 189 [27 Nov 2003|01:58pm]

What are the basic laws in your area regarding abortion? Do they reflect your personal feelings about abortion? If you were able to make changes to the law today, what would they be? If you were able to make changes in people's attitudes toward abortion, what would they be?

- Jess

Daily Soul-Search, No. 188 [26 Nov 2003|11:52am]

What function do you think prison actually has? Holding tank? Place for criminals to meet and network? Rehabilitation? Place to pay a social debt? Something else? Do you think the prison system in your country/state is effective, or would you rather see some crimes dealt with in a different way?

- Denie

Daily Soul-Search, No. 187 [25 Nov 2003|08:26am]

"My dad doesn't mean anything by those things he says about 'niggers' and 'kikes'; that's just how he was brought up. That's just how things were when he was growing up, so it's not his fault."

In your opinion, is this a legitimate excuse for Dad to be hanging on to his racial and/or religious prejudices, and to use those prejudices to discriminate against others? If someone spends his childhood in an environment of ignorance, can he be forgiven as an adult for not knowing any better?

- Isaak

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