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Shotgun Diplomat

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About Shotgun Diplomat

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    Strong like ox, smart like stump
  • Birthday 01/24/1991

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    Canada, British Columbia, Victoria
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    Refer to birth date above

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    Not my bag, sorry.

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  1. Shotgun Diplomat

    British Columbia Canada

    I am down on the South Island, hit me up with a message any of you wanting to talk.
  2. Shotgun Diplomat

    What do you do for an income?

    Service industry here, I wouldn't have it any other way.
  3. Shotgun Diplomat

    Start A Useless Rumor About The Person Above You

    ^ Once on a dare attempted to free climb the Luxor. Failed miserably. had a good time sliding down the side though.
  4. Shotgun Diplomat

    The Short Life of Carly Lannigan (Ch 7 11/4)

    Growing up with a parent who "[Didn't] have a drinking problem" I really like that line.
  5. Shotgun Diplomat

    If you could ask GOD anything

    I don't think I would ask him anything at all. I am at peace with who and what I am, I know what I am supposed to do with myself, so I think I would just give him that silent nod of acceptance and move on.
  6. Shotgun Diplomat

    Should I tell my parents I’m a DL?

    I say keep your trap shut, what you do is what you do. Sure, it seems like a good idea and all to involve your parents; in the interest of being open and honest and all that. To what actual end? Have they openly talked to you about what gets their motors humming? My guess is not; if they have not openly told you anything about their playtime, why do you feel compelled to tell them about yours?
  7. Shotgun Diplomat

    A Fox in the Snow

    I thought in the end "Breaking the Girl" was quite a happy roundup. People got what they wanted- to a greater or lesser degree- though pain, hardship and trials, much like as in real life. Not trying to stroke your ego too hard, but you write so well I feel that you could do wonderful things. I admit that your stories take dark turns, but generally there is light at the end of the tunnel (too cliché?). Life is the art of compromise and acceptance of fact, and you write it so well.
  8. Shotgun Diplomat

    A Fox in the Snow

    As the great Mr. Meeseeks said "Existence is pain". I for one am totally on board for you to take us to a sad place with this one. Your talent (I am sure), could make even the greatest of human tragedy into art.
  9. Shotgun Diplomat

    A Star is Born

    It was an excellent film. Must say, I did appreciate how they did all their own singing. Never expected Lady Gaga to be able to do country so well.
  10. Shotgun Diplomat

    The Short Life of Carly Lannigan (Ch 7 11/4)

    Thanks for the update, although I seldom comment on anything on this site, I feel compelled to mention that I really dig how well you write the character of a very mature high-school girl. Her internal monologue is very well done, and I can almost imagine what I am sure are the occasional nervous side glance. Thanks a lot, I am looking forward to the next installment.
  11. Shotgun Diplomat

    Halloween Again? on Amazon Free This Weekend

    It seems Amazon is wanting to charge me $2.99 right now to download your wonderful story. Am I in the wrong timezone, or is it a Canada thing, or (most likely) am I so technologically inept that I can't even figure out how to take advantage of a free offer?
  12. Shotgun Diplomat

    The Short Life of Carly Lannigan (Ch 7 11/4)

    I remember reading this on ABDLstoryforums, it was fantastic then and it is fantastic now. Thank-you for posting it here, I am looking forward to becoming reacquainted with Carly and her adventures.
  13. Shotgun Diplomat

    Would you sign yourself over to an Amazon?

    By all means. If you are going to be doing the writing as a collaboration with KWOceans, it will be an awesome idea!
  14. Shotgun Diplomat

    Would you sign yourself over to an Amazon?

    Seconded. Someone who is open to signing a binding contract giving me certain inviolable rights, and I would be on board. However, my contract would be pretty skewed heavily in my favour so I am not sure if anyone would bite on it... Fun thought though.
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    Predestination: An infallible argument?

    If that were the case, and I doubt it very much, the world would have hopefully turned out less dickered than it already is. If we were programmed by God from our inception through to our death it stands to reason that we would live more in direct accordance with the bible, and the rules set down therein. However, I do not believe this. For if this were a known truth we would not have "free will" as you stated, and all the pain and suffering that has been brought down upon us by ourselves through the ages was planned ahead of time. This does not jive with the God I believe in. The God I believe in is an observer of us and our actions, and upon death we are judged by what we have or haven't down and are given the gift of heaven. God is not cruel enough to say we have free will, and then surreptitiously steal it away from us. I like to think that he watches us and does not interfere with our daily lives. Also, if all was preordained what was the point of his son Jesus being born as a man to die for our sins and grant us everlasting salvation through the acceptance of his word? If it was preordained then God would already have a list of people who were gong to heaven (precious few without Jesus) and who was gong to hell. If it was preordained sending Jesus to die for all the sins of man was a moot point, and this I cannot accept. God is everywhere he sees everything, but he does not stop us because we have free will. Free will to do good or ill by ourselves or others.