Well,what about me?Hm I am 18 years old.I love anime,manga,vocaloid....well i love everything conected to Japan muhaha.I am kinda creepy,am i not.Like singing and sometimes i am making covers of songs.Lol i am sure you can see it but my english is far away from beeing perfect so just ignore the mistakes i am making and be nice to me ^^ or i will eat you.
....Well i am past staff of scanlating group (don't have the time to do it now ><).But before,i was cleaner and typesetter.As someone who have seen both sides (manga fan // hardworking typesetter/cleaner) i am asking everyone reading this to stop forcing the scanlating groups.We are working as fast as we can,no one pay us and the work is not easy or fast.Sometimes you need hours to finish just one page.
Lastly remember this:
before you read your favourite manga online:
Someone have to buy and scan it
Someone have to translate it
Someone have to proofread it
Someone have to clean the raws
Someone have to typeset the translation
Someone have to check the quality
Lol xD i was sick while singing this.Not to mention the late hour...and yeah i wasn't very serious...it is song from sheep to sheep after all
Ah man I tear up every time I watch Welkin crying in episode 19. Probably watched that scene several dozen times now. And I can't believe Isara died like 5 frickin seconds after she became friends with Brigitte.
Did you watch The Gallian Chronicles Theater? Cause in the 9th episode it shows the wedding of Alicia and Welkin.
Sorry to bother you again. I am in middle of watching Nurarihyon no Mago: Sennen Makyou, and I daresay that the second season takes me on many levels better than first season. I am a sucker for Supernatural genre, so I enjoy Natsume series so much. I have only watched six episodes of second Nurarihyon series so far, and I am eager to watch more. It's filled with more intense, action and a romance as a plus. ^^
Oh, I read too fast at that time. How embarrassing that I missed that part. :3 Lol, now you mentioned it, it is silly to see his new friend crying at the cinema theater. Reminds me of making new friends and turns out to be weird kind of friends, but they make life more lively that way. ^^
That's what so scary about elementary kids. They can be mean, without giving much conscience how they influence the targeted kids and their lives may be tormented and bit traumatizing.
At least, that no-good boy understood how much he hurt the deaf girl and wanted to apologize and make-up for it. I like this story too, because it focus the reality that comes with the package of many hardships on a single deaf and mute girl. I hope to see more focus on a deaf girl and how much she has grown in the past several years. It would be cute if there is a puppy-love romance. Hehe.
All kinds of interviews can be nerve-wrecking. I was pretty nervous, but I did well at the end. All that left is to hear from the companies. Sigh, I need a job soon...
Yeah, I have a feeling that the boy is getting gullible about everything. It's about time he is making friends again. I can understand how he went through similar to what I went through losing friends from elementary and made new friends in high school and college. Even though he made friends with the chubby boy and a deaf girl, they can be his only safe haven they could offer him after going through so much shit after his old friends bullied him.
Hmm, what "scene in the cinema" are we talking about again? Please help me out. :3
I'm good too. I am having a couple of phone interviews today. Oh, I use the "video" phone where I talk to interpreter on the monitor, and the interpreter talk to the person I call to. Wish me luck. :)
Yeah, Horo and Lawrence knew they will be departed one day when Horo leaves him or when he dies. And even Horo have to live for a very long time. Which brings up the topic of immortality, the immortality is endless painful and dull journey in my opinion. If you have to watch your loved ones pass on, you would be left alone. Even if you meet someone new, it's the same I guess.
Two new chapters of Koe no Kitachi just came out. :3
I finally watched first and second season of Spice and Wolf. I enjoyed the story of a god wolf traveling with the merchant, and eventually they grow to care about each other very much. I just don't like having so much dialogues since they could ruin the moods. Reminds me of Ghost in the Shell and watching Ghost in the Shell puts me to sleep because of too much dialogues. :3
I discovered this part when I was taking Biology Lab II a couple years ago. We were doing senses testing. Somehow, I was near accurate in tasting the flavors of jelly beans with my nose blocked and eyes covered. Denise, my Biology tutor asked me if I was a supertaster. I looked her as if she talking alien language. Denise brought in a small vial that has mass of tiny paper slips. I don't remember if the paper slips have PROP or PTC chemicals. Denise told me instructions to use one slip on my tongue. The moment I placed one on my tongue, I experienced super bitter flavor. I groaned and whined. Apparently, that's how I learned I am a supertaster. If a person tasted the paper slip as just a piece of paper meaning they have average number of taste buds. It explains I require more than two scoops of sugar in my coffee. :P
Yeah, it was tiring have Deanna as my roommate when she threw away the sponge even if the sponge was used for like a week. Deanna is that deaf friend with very good sense of smell. She picks on scents that normally people would not notice. She is the type with short fuse so she would things when she is frustrated. Still, she is my best friend, and I miss her. Sigh... Yeah, I don't know why. I can tolerate her bad parts, because she listens to me daily and is someone I would talk to often.
Lol. "Sorry, can I sniff you?" That was priceless. XD
Heh, we, the deaf people have formed our deaf culture that has nothing to do with food, or holidays. Our deaf culture has to do with our daily lives, our community and some of traditions that we may be familiar with for almost 200 years since the first American deaf school was established. Still, many hearing people may have met deaf people at least once in their lives. Often, hearing people have little or no understanding of deaf people. It can't be helped that we view them as hearing people, not that we are any different from them. >.>
Lacking sense of hearing does make sense of my taste super strong, and my perspective sight has widened, not stronger. I wear glasses since I cannot read the words far sometimes. I can see the wide view from side of my eyes. One of my deaf friends have very sensitive smell that she can tell whenever the sponge has gone dirty and smelly which results in throwing them away more often. ^^''
I know, I watched the first ep of Kuroko no Basuke season two as well. :D