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General Discussion / Re: Disney Create Paradoxes
« on: August 24, 2006, 04:06:26 pm »
Maybe mermaids are considered more to be sea mammals, like dolphins or whales? They lack gills too, and the lack of going to surface for air could simply be ignorance or lack of detail to attention. It would explain the umbilical cord, the mammary glands, and the hair.

Kajar Laboratories / Re: Need an idea?
« on: August 22, 2006, 04:30:26 am »
Also just noticed,  Rat's Sig looks like Norma Beaty from Tales of Legendia.

Actually, she's from Samurai Champloo. I do know her name though...

Fuu! :D

General Discussion / Re: Things that ya love, da-awg
« on: August 22, 2006, 04:27:56 am »
Hmm... being in my hometown, during the winter in the middle of the night when the snow is falling softly from the sky in big puffy flakes and there is no breeze, and everywhere light is reflecting from streetlamps and glittering and it's dead quiet and everything has that calm enveloped feel to it, as though there's nothing beyond at all and any noise seems to be swallowed into the night and the snow, so that your normal speech seems like a whisper.
And being out on a road on top of a mountain in Central Oregon and looking out and as far as your eye can see there's only the blue-green expanse of forest, of ponderosa pine and douglas fir that makes the mountains look like shadows.
And Oregon sunsets and trout fishing and driving around in the middle of nowhere looking for mushrooms or cans along the road.
And coming to a pond with so much frogspawn in it you can just cup your hands and scoop up at least 3 or 5 of the wriggling things, and coming back to the same place at a later date to find tiny hopping frogs everywhere with their tails still.

And wild horses crossing the road in front of your car, and the stallion stands there and stares at you suspiciously. And getting so close to a deer that you could nearly reach out and touch it.

.....And being in elementary school and playing Star Wars during recess, where every game starts out with "Storm troopers, duck!" 

General Discussion / Re: Mozilla Firefox
« on: August 21, 2006, 10:36:42 pm »
I tried Firefox, but for a few nitpicky personal reasons I didn't like it much. I'll stick to my regular old Mozilla.

General Discussion / Re: Things that ya love, da-awg
« on: August 21, 2006, 06:10:32 am »
And now, since there is little chance of his reading it:
I actually do like my brother. He's a very amusing individual to be around and talk to, and one of the only three people I can talk to easily who has never outright ignored that I had something to say, or that I ever have to go into "listen only" mode on. Unless you ask him a simple question you had no intention of recieving an answer on and he actually does have a long explanation or answer. Then I guess that last bit might be necessary. Hrm.

I like irritating people.
I also like arguing just to argue, but only sometimes. I am much too apathetic to truly argue.
Which probably helps further my irritation of people.... :D

I like cleaning, but only if no one else is around.

Kajar Laboratories / Re: Need an idea?
« on: August 20, 2006, 04:47:17 am »

I have never heard of that. Well, since you seem more knowledgeable, I suppose we should follow you in this.

But my previous question again: is this actually being worked on?

They're interesting books. And though the movie is a bit silly in a few aspects, I remember enjoying it.

It's probably not being worked on, but it is interesting to throw around ideas still. Or at least, I think it is.

Kajar Laboratories / Re: Need an idea?
« on: August 19, 2006, 07:19:30 am »
Considering that Ayla is a Clan of the Cave Bears character reference... maybe a name from that movie/book series would be appropriate for her gender switch? Perhaps Jondalar (he's in the second book of the series)?

General Discussion / Re: Things that ya love, da-awg
« on: August 19, 2006, 07:06:30 am »
I like how Lord J  futilely denies his tomato'ness.
I like that Ramsus is leaving in a few days.


"I love the smell of napalm in the morning."


Unless you're rich, in which case that's daily life for you...

Hmmm... is Zaperking going to be rich though?

Disregard everything Magus22 just said and go. It seems unimportant now, but you will want to have attended as much as possible later on. I almost missed out on my senior prom; I would have regretted this on a frightening scale.

Hmm, I would think that's more of a personal thing though. I mean, I didn't go to anything the entire time I was in HS (including the senior prom), and I don't regret any of it.  But then, I honestly didn't care for high school and I was highly antisocial so all of it was rather pointless for me.

If you're even a slightly social person though, going is recommended. It is one of the last big social events of the year, and in life you don't get very many chances to dress up and blow a lot of money on looking nice and going to a formal event with friends.

General Discussion / Re: Things that ya love, da-awg
« on: August 19, 2006, 02:56:38 am »
Hmm, I like any and all forms of stories... whether they are shared through a game, a book, a show, a movie, a comic, etc...
I like mythology. I like comparing religions.
I like RTS games. But mostly RPGs.
I like some other games as well, but I tend to suck at them.
I like pretty much all music (yes, including country and rap and hip hop and r&b and oldies and classical and various forms of rock).
I love to read. I like to write and doodle, though I'm not very good at drawing yet, at least the way I want to be, but I believe my writing is decent.
I like daydreaming.
I love raspberries. And chicken is my favorite food, especially fried.
I like my manga collection. And most fantasy related novels.
I like having cute guys around, just for the eye candy and drooling opportunities.
I love most things dealing with humor.
I like things that smell really nice.
And the colors orange, purple and green.
I like the yin yang symbol.
I like being born in the year of Rat. And I'm quite content to be the scales.
I like my cat.
I love being lazy and having nothing to do.
I love blank notebooks, regardless of whether they have lined or unlined paper. I collect them, with the intention of turning them into journals, though I haven't kept a paper journal in a long time.  I like paper.
I like my computer.
I like anime.
I like all the seasons, they all have their nice moments.
I like Valentine's day and Christmas, even if I never get anything.
I tend to like cannon couplings in storylines as opposed to randomly thinking that two characters should be together.

....I like a lot of things.

I never said start shit with anybody I said get into a fight. meaning take down the first person who does give you shit. once again, I never once said anything about starting anything.

and this might surprise you as well, but guess what: some school actually do require a tough hide to live through. Personally, It was a joke either way, so I don't give a shit, but don't automatically go throwing around the idea of me being an asshole just because. did you go to my school? no. did you ever get a knife pulled on you for refusing to move? no. Did you ever have to go after an ENTIRE gang one by one because they jumped you? no.

I didn't take shit from corse blockheads who did want to fuck with me. So tell ya what ramsus, get a knife pull on you. Take the damn thing in the arm. Then tell me to just use words. Till then, Don't fucking judge me.

He didn't say to "just use words." He said that violence isn't always necessary.  I hardly even see how it's necessary to out and fight the first person that ticks you off just to prove you aren't a pussy, but I guess it depends how people are reading into "start shit." Do you mean a person that's just talking some shit and messing with you a little bit, or a person who is actually attempting to physically aggravate you and get all up in your face or that punches you first?  Because I'm pretty sure most of the people around here are reading into it as the first one more, and then it seems more like something to just brush off than get into a fight over.

General Discussion / Re: Are Boys Stupid?: Sexism Debate
« on: August 16, 2006, 06:10:31 pm »
Everyone is drawing from vague, subjective personal experience, but the truth is that at a certain point, intelligence exceeds gender roles and boys and girls have the same capacity for erudition and ignorance. Jeez, let's cut through the excess stuff.

But thoughtless excess is so fun. :D

General Discussion / Re: Are Boys Stupid?: Sexism Debate
« on: August 15, 2006, 09:13:35 pm »
Swaying from the statistics, boys are actually stupid and a very good majority might I add.

Us boyz have more distractions and more on our minds. We deal with more rumors than girls, who's better at what, strength, looks, and having to deal with that one cute girl simply "looking" and "flirting" with you. I know from experience that when the girl I always liked in High School made eye contact with me, I would tighten up inside and start sweating, seriously.

Anywho, girls have it easy, because they get everything they ever want from Daddy, at least over here in Webster, NY. I heard that periods and pregnancy can be a bitch though... uhh, so some girls aren't that spoiled though, but the point I am trying to make is that with all honesty, girls ARE smarter than us guys.

Truth is out Compendium . . . agree or disagree with me, that's the way I see it. A huge majority of guys are stupid.

But you see, girls deal with some of the same things you listed. Rumors, being judgemental of other females, and having to deal with playas that aren't interested in you at all except as a "body count." And when anyone (regardless of gender) is around the person they like, they will act very very stupid. (Love is like the universal intelligence degrader... you know better, but you're still gonna act a fool and beat yourself up about it later).

And I know guys from spoiled families as well whose parents buy them whatever car they want and send them off to college without worrying about financial aid.

The only way I can think of in which guys are probably stupider than girls at times, is when they think with their other head.
But otherwise, I know girls pretty well. And trust me when I say that they are definately not smarter than guys. There are some smart girls - but there are some incredibly stupid girls. And I've seen the same thing amongst guys as well.

Awesome, Must speak to a guidance counciler :O

I was so worried about the calculators because here we are allowed to use them in tests and during school.

Question : You guys do math off text books right?

And since I think i'm stupid since I can't do 1300 square root in my head, i figured you guys in America would be able to do that or something and you'd be uber smart. Since i'll be leaving my school at the end of term 3, i'll be a term and 2 weeks behind when I get to America and to my highschool. In that time, I could have missed much in Math and Science. I doubt history because right now we're doing Australian history O.o Damn it, I have to learn the good ol' American history now ^.^;

Most of our homework is given out of the textbook. Sometimes teachers hand out worksheets or packets that cover pretty much the same things as what's in the textbook. I think it mainly depends on how a teacher chooses to teach his/her class.

Ah, don't worry, I can barely do any math in my head. I'm absolutely horrible with it. Chances are you'd probably be fairly average as far as an American HS student goes, except if you're slightly good looking and still have your accent, the girls might flock to you. Some American chicks seem to have a thing for accents from English speaking countries. =P

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