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1.Q Tell me about the first time you remember being thrilled.
1.A Riding my bike through ditches in Saskatchewan and then by
accident over a rattle snake
2.Q What’s the slightest thing to have thrilled you?
2.A Closing my eyes sometimes and just letting my mind wander.
3.Q What’s the most frightening yet thrilling thing you’ve done?
3.A Explored a tunnel never explored with friends.
4.Q Tell me why you’re not completely sensible.
4.A Life would be boring if I were.
5.Q What’s the most uninhibited thing you’ve ever done?
5.A Not sure
6.Q What have you considered doing for pleasure but were too concerned about the risks?
6.A Many things, everything has risks of course I don't always think
of them but for arguments sake, something with a female.


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7.Q Describe the event in one sentence (there’s time to expand later)
7.A Riding my bike over a rattle snake. I lost my head screaming feet
up high so I couldn't get bitten, thinking it was following me.
8.Q Tell me a bit about yourself around this time.
8.A 6-7 years old living at a summer place where my dad worked, a
little adventurer.
9.Q List the sequence of events leading up to your thrill. Try to remember how you felt at each stage. The smallest detail could be important (this is your chance to expand).
9.A Got on my first bike, rode it where I wasn't supposed to, rode
past there to where I knew snakes and stuff were. My friend had
suggested it but he didn't come, and on the way back after my heart
was pumping I rode over a snake heard his rattle saw it, came back so
hysterical that parents and neighbors looked for bite marks.
10.Q What were your thoughts and feelings at the precise moment of thrill?
10.A I cant describe
11.Q What did you do afterwards?
11.A I was already going very fast so I tucked my feet up on the
handle bars and rode the momentum out for a bit then I pedaled as hard
as possible.
12.Q What were the risks?
12.A Death is common from rattle snake bites if you don't get to the
hospital for the serum fast enough, and the hospital was three hours
away. But when I think about it now likely someplace in town would
have had the serum or the plant doctor would have.
13.Q What did you imagine other people thought of you during and after the event?
13.A I would like to think my friend who knew I was going thought I
was the man, and after my mom and neighbours were worried and then I
got in trouble for going where I wasn't supposed to.
14.Q How often do you think about the event, and why?
14.A Not often haven't for almost a year but this study brought it up.
15.Q Some people probably don’t understand how such a thing can thrill you; explain it to them.
15.A What gets your heart and adrenaline going.
16.Q What three changes could have made the experience better, and why?
16.A Nothing no point in changing history, there is a reason for everything.
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