DragonBlade's Profile

Statistics

Anime Stats
Days: 95.6
Mean Score: 7.77
  • Total Entries373
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes5,615
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Kiznaiver
Kiznaiver
Apr 16, 4:35 PM
Watching 2/12 · Scored -
God Eater
God Eater
Apr 10, 6:31 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored -
Orange
Orange
Apr 7, 12:22 AM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 115.0
Mean Score: 8.26
  • Total Entries387
  • Reread0
  • Chapters20,703
  • Volumes1,066
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Fire Punch
Fire Punch
Apr 25, 7:53 PM
Reading 1/- · Scored -
Yae no Sakura
Yae no Sakura
Apr 23, 11:45 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 8
Song of the Long March
Song of the Long March
Apr 23, 3:33 PM
Reading 53/- · Scored 9

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guyklc Apr 13, 6:51 PM
It wasn't just a coworker; it was all of my coworkers who were against the idea. Seriously, nothing good would have come out of it. Every employer would discriminate against me had I sued my former employer for any reason.
guyklc Apr 12, 11:19 PM
Lol, how about this: at my first job, the company ran out of money. My boss demanded all of us to work for FREE from now on, until the company can gain its earnings again. We were supposed to do so out of loyalty. I actually threatened to sue my boss until my coworkers told me not to. They said that if I sue my boss, even if I win, no employer on the market will ever trust me again. Even if my justification for the lawsuit is there, no employer would ever trust an employee who has sued his employer once before, no matter the reason.
guyklc Apr 12, 10:15 PM
Welcome to the magical world of contracting, where rights for the employee are nonexistent, and the employer literally has the right to do anything to the employee, including but not limited to: terminating an employee for no reason; make the employee work overtime for no pay; and give no pay for sick days, national holidays, or vacation.
guyklc Apr 12, 7:14 PM
I never had insurance supplied to me by a company before, so no, it's not the benefits. I'm also not part time (where did you get that?). I work 8:30 to 5:30 Monday through Friday.
guyklc Apr 12, 4:29 PM
I am paid by the hour... It is about 3 bucks less. However, I don't get taxed as much, so I am making more. No benefits, because I am not full time.
rubyfaye Apr 12, 7:54 AM
Haha haha well I don't eat fast food, nor do I want to. Except for chickfila they're yummy. But I have a sensitive body and it reacts to subway and McDonald's and things negatively

You're watching 42 shows!! How can you keep up with them all what in the world
nx6 Apr 11, 10:57 PM
Just wait... they'll find some way to have an AI or a cheap guy in India do your job. Or, they'll promote your career path in schools so much that the job market will be flooded with grads who will drive down your wages.

And nothing's wrong with Hira. I meant follow like building-long-anime-list. Vidtid said something like that awhile back. He said I was "entering Hira territory now soon you'll have watched everything worth watching".
nx6 Apr 11, 10:39 PM
I don't have a career. In fact, I think that term is rather obsolete. People can't settle into one profession for their lives because the world and technology move too fast.

If there's anyone who needs to be focusing more on his career, it's me, not Guy.
But I'm busy following Hira at the moment.
rubyfaye Apr 11, 5:06 PM
Why not fast food?
rubyfaye Apr 11, 4:59 PM
YOU ARE WATCHING A LOTTO OF ANIME BRO
nx6 Apr 11, 1:19 AM
It's a 2D harem fo sho'.
Lots of blondes.
nx6 Apr 10, 11:15 PM
Because he just doesn't watch that much, given the free time he has every night. And he's not distracted with a girlfriend because to get one he would have to go out (which he doesn't do). He spends his free time staring at the walls I believe.
nx6 Apr 10, 6:11 PM
Guy doesn't watch enough anime for that to qualify as a distraction in his life.
guyklc Apr 10, 5:36 PM
Did you use any books or website for that?
guyklc Apr 10, 2:30 PM
The problem is that any place that has automation only wants people who have years and years of experience in doing it; as such, I almost always fall into a company that doesn't have automation, but claim that it will soon (which means never). In the very rare case that I do land a job in a place that has automation (like my job in SD), I was almost never allowed to touch it.