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Industry Fashion
Occupation CEO, Wall Tent Studios
Location United States
Introduction I loveā€¦ canvas and leather and hemp rope, cheesecake, accordions, peonies and green leaves, Ginger Rogers, fair isle, Jeep Grand Wagoneers, Scotland, DANCING, old books, Dickens, CHOCOLATE, trench coats and pearls, impromptu surprise parties for no reason, filmmaking, the woods, shooting things: with cameras or bows or a Winchester. 30.30... road trips, making clothes, shortbread and ginger tea, green. everything. Dreaming crazy big.
Favorite Music celtic, bluegrass, hymns, classical, swing, accordion, Joplin, Debussy, Glenn Miller, The North Idaho Hat Band, The Proclaimers, The Andrews Sisters, Winifred Atwell, George Winston, Owl City, and almost anything with bagpipes, amen.
Favorite Books The inerrant - inspired - living Word of God, G.A. Henty, everything Dickens, Once on a Time, The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Scottish Chiefs, Webster's 1828 Dictionary, Unbroken, National Velvet, Georgette Heyer, A Chance to Die, Pride and Prejudice, Emma, The Rescuers, Gone with the Wind, a choice few of Margery Sharp's other works, The Lady of the Lake, Ivanhoe, Rob Roy, Marguerite Henry, Ben Hur, The Chestry Oak, The Revolution: a Manifesto, James Herriot, Scottish Seas, Random Harvest, Adam's Synchronological Chart or Map of History, The Hiding Place, and a thousand others.

Try making up the rules to a game where you tie knots in a yo-yo string just to see if you can get them out:

I would solve this in a systematical manner through marketing. A family friendly version would provide epistemologically self-conscious material for debate, and be 100% made in the USA. The rules: The first player to construct a Gordian knot must give a brief history of Alexander the Great. No spitting. Players must remain seated to discourage Ben-Hur reenactments and other forms of horseplay.