Ookla the Questioning?

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About Ookla the Questioning?

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    / I/I II I// III I/I / /I I// • I// \/ I II I\/ \ •
  • Birthday 11/16/2000

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    I sort of have one, but in Hebrew, so...
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    Am I (a) Madman?
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    ...wocky. Yes, I know I'm not the first to do it, but it needed to be done again.

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    Male
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    Israel
  • Interests
    Reading. In addition to (obviously) Brandon Sanderson's books I've read the basic classic Fantasy books - LotR, Narnia, Harry Potter - the ones that were popular in my country a few years ago - Riordan's mythologies, Artemis Fowl and the Inheritance Cycle, some books that I won't categorize like His Dark Materials trilogy, the Inkworld trilogy, the Underland Chronicles, Seven Wonders (by Peter Lerangis), the Sunlit Lands trilogy, the Books of Beginning trilogy, the Bartimeus trilogy, Lockwood & Co., The Chronicles of Pridain, Sabriel out of the Old Kingdom series, The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel, Spiderweek, (the two last ones I remember, but didn't like too much, really) some random Fantasy books from the local library, Ella Enchanted (apparently), the Last Unicorn (it's an amazing book, you should read it) Five Kingdoms and Beyonders by Brandon Mull, The Homeward Bounders, Archer's Goon, the Worlds of Chrestomanci series, Fire and Hemlock, the Magids duology, Black Maria, the Time of the Ghost, the Power of Three and Hexwood by Diana Wynne Jones. I also write sometimes.
    Life? What is that? Never heard of such a thing, sorry. Now, if you allow me, there's this book I'm trying to read...

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  1. breathes deeply, I can't believe I'm doing this...
    All right. 
    There's a custom among Jews, that at least once a year, before Yom Kippur (=the day of atonement), we apologise for wrongs we did to each other. It's because the sages say that Yom Kippur does not atone for crimes made against other people unless they forgive you.
    I don't really know if I hurt any of you in any way. I think there are some people I did hurt over the Internet, which is why I want to make the effort now and say that I'm sorry if I hurt you in any way during my time here.
    Thank you for reading, and have a good day! To the Jews among you, גמר חתימה טובה!

    1. Nathrangking

      Nathrangking

      גמר חתימה טובה  to you as well!