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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Richard wants to add that everyone can do as he or she pleases, so long as we don't ___________.
(a) Hurt anyone else
(b) Break the rules of the law
(c) Make mistakes
(d) Follow rules
2. Masochists, crocodile god worshipers, and would-be martyrs prove the _________ does not work.
(b) Golden Rule
3. How is Shimoda killed in his plane?
(a) Set on fire
4. It is important to realize all are __________ to do whatever they want.
5. Shimoda says that Richard's _________ proves he will do what he wants, even if it hurts someone.
(b) Word choice
Short Answer Questions
1. In what kind of light does Shimoda instruct Richard to visualize his desired objects.
2. Richard asks Shimoda if he ever gets a little ___________ in all of his travels.
3. Richard could play any instrument by giving up his ______________ that he cannot play.
4. Shimoda turns a question back onto Richard: Can _____________ walk through walls?
5. What does the host of the radio show suggest is somehow illegal?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Richard ask Shimoda as they are eating at a cafe in Ryerson, Ohio?
2. What does Shimoda think is a great way to run the universe?
3. What does Richard conclude about Shimoda and his relationship to the world?
4. Describe the vision that Shimoda walks back with after walking toward the shadow?
5. What does Shimoda declare about humans in general? What are they capable of?
6. What does the host of the Jeff Sykes Talk Show suggest about gypsy piloting?
7. What does Shimoda tell Richard to do in order to help Richard get straight answers from him?
8. What does Richard answer to Shimoda's question of how Richard can expect to impress the workday world when he runs around as a gypsy pilot?
9. What does Shimoda do after Richard states that he thinks he is finally beginning to understand the idea of walking through walls?
10. What is a thought form used for, according to Shimoda?
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