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Ariadne; The Architect ([personal profile] chesstotem) wrote2012-05-01 10:29 pm
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[meme] Five questions from [personal profile] mutedpoint

Comment with I'd trust you at the wheel, even if we're going down or something along those lines and...

- I'll respond by asking you five questions so I can get to know you better.
- Update your journal with the answers to the questions.
- Include this explanation in the post and offer to ask other people questions.

i. When it comes to scents, are there any in particular that she associates with other people? (Herself included)

Some people. Ariadne doesn't really have a scent she associates with herself, but some other people she does - Arthur, for instance, always triggers the scent memory of that stuff he puts in his hair - it's subtle, but distinctive. Cobb is sweat or salt water. Eames is saffron.

ii. Which would she prefer, a thunderstorm or a blizzard?

A thunderstorm. :)

iii. Say that the Inception universe shares the same forms of entertainment, what movie(s) does she want to see most in 2012?


iv. As part of an experiment, you're given the following scenario:

You and another person have been accused of committing a crime. Both of you are in separate rooms, with no way of communicating. If you both confess, you both receive 2 year sentences. If you deny the charges, the other person receives a sentence of 10 years.

Do you accept, or deny?

You forgot the part where both prisoners get off scot-free if neither of them talks! Ariadne took game theory in college, hehe. Prisoner's dilemma, the classic zero-sum game. Ariadne says it would depend heavily on who the other person was. If it was Arthur, for instance, she wouldn't talk. Because she knows he wouldn't talk, either. :)

v. If Ariadne had a theme song, what would it be?

Tough one! There are quite a few songs I associate with Ariadne, but the first one I usually think of is Cathedrals

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