#1
If by heaven's help you could have just one of the soon to be listed "Ultimate Talents" which would you choose to carry with you through the rest of your mortal life?

• An all encompassing knowledge of both solder & soldering.

• An in depth understanding of Ebonics.

• The ability to traverse slopes < 66°


*Be sure to thoroughly evaluate each option. What may sound "flashy" & "cool" at first might not be so, after the honeymoons over.
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#2
an in depth understanding of ebonics obvs
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#7
I'm really bad at soldering, but am also really bad at slopes. I'm a master of ebonics already since I was raised in the 'hood (that's ebonics for ghetto). I probably am not gonna solder much in my life and can get by just fine soldering things poorly so I go for the slope power.
#8
Soldering. I could get a job rather easily with those qualifications.

Also, getting a handle of AAVE isn't that hard.
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#9
Can I traverse any slope less than 66 degrees? Regardless of the conditions? That would be the one for me then, sounds like it would be useful for hiking, although obviously a higher angle would be better.
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#11
66 degrees is a pretty damn impressive slope to transverse. I'll go with that.
#12
By "traverse slopes" do you mean we can slide up them as well as down?



If so, you'd have to be an idiot to not to go for 3.
#13
The solder and soldering one. Pretty much every game system I've ever owned I've modified in some way (screw warranties, they're a joke). It would definitely be helpful.
#15
I already understand ebonics, so I would choose soldering. Useful for guitar-related shit and I can use it for a lot of other things as well.
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#16
I'm already ok at soldering.
"Traversing slopes" could have many possibilities. You could travel over any surface, provided it had a certain gradient. You could walk on water if the waves weren't too rough.
#18
Soldering because it seems like the most useful one and why are the other two even options
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#19
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I'm already ok at soldering.
"Traversing slopes" could have many possibilities. You could travel over any surface, provided it had a certain gradient. You could walk on water if the waves weren't too rough.

This. Utilized correctly it could be a superpower, really
#20
Well, I can already solder and rock climb, so...


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#21
I think I would go with being indiana jones, yeah Finding exotic shiet while smoking the exotic.
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