nexist418's Profile


Anime Stats
Days: 66.9
Mean Score: 7.30
  • Total Entries370
  • Rewatched48
  • Episodes4,002
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Serial Experiments Lain
Serial Experiments Lain
Nov 10, 9:46 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 8
Rokka no Yuusha
Rokka no Yuusha
Oct 6, 12:00 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 7
Manga Stats
Days: 134.0
Mean Score: 7.01
  • Total Entries728
  • Reread28
  • Chapters17,809
  • Volumes2,498
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Koe de Oshigoto!
Koe de Oshigoto!
Nov 21, 9:35 PM
Reading 54/60 · Scored 7
Omamori Himari
Omamori Himari
Nov 6, 11:32 PM
Completed 75/75 · Scored 7
Sep 11, 11:57 PM
Reading 54/- · Scored 7


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JeremyBN Sep 24, 2013 3:01 AM
Hello there, I noticed you are from Portland. I am from Portland too. Nice to meet you.
Wilio Sep 1, 2013 8:30 PM
I accepted your request to join Critics & Conoisseur. If you haven't already done so, please take your time to read the club's FAQ or to get familiar with the club's homepage.
AnimeCrusader Sep 1, 2013 11:27 AM
"The absolute destiny: Apocalyptic Darkness.... MOKUSHI KUSHIMO SHIMOKU KUMOSHI MOSHIKU SHIKUMO ..."
Doaj Aug 10, 2013 8:19 PM
Yah, absolutely. If you have any questions, feel free to post a comment in the group, or send 'em my way.
Doaj Aug 10, 2013 7:05 PM
You don't know me, but I'm looking for people to invite to a club I'm in. The club doesn't need more people, so don't worry about it if you aren't interested, but it's a club dedicated to finding the best, highest quality anime and there's a lot of great debate and back and forth. I noticed you like Lament of the Lamb and Solanin, both of which are popular with the group, so I thought I'd shoot you an invitation.
tehnominator Mar 22, 2011 4:15 PM
akai_ribbon Mar 10, 2011 12:51 AM

Asvenes Nov 2, 2010 7:06 AM
Hi nexist-san! Remember me, huh?
I didn't forget you, I just don't have any time to answer your last mail properly, I like to take long time writing to you..
Soon I'll get my degree and I'll have time to write, to watch anime and so on! =D

Miss our conversations.. Good week to you!
EarthStar Aug 29, 2010 5:32 PM
Here's some new updates to the shojo beat! club.

(Delete this and ignore it if you wish to do so)

akai_ribbon Jul 15, 2010 11:05 PM
So I remembered you like vampire stuff, you should watch this movie. It's from Sweden and is the best vampire movie I've ever watched, absolutely fantastic.
MicroRNA Apr 13, 2010 2:23 AM
Eeesh. I don't see you as the forcing type.

Rocky Horror, eh? lol Cool. ^_^ So, is your religion something that is done alone or can you go to a church with other people? I think the concept of primordial tradition is interesting. You probably know more than I do about Japanese culture now, but that isn't hard since most of what I know is through personal experience. Personal experience can be rather limited/limiting.

Lucky you! Do you ever see yourself actually visiting those places? I've traveled more than the average person, but it's always alone. I only have two close friends. So, my tribe is small.

I like that quote.

I'm an INFJ.

What scifi/fantasy series did you enjoy reading the most? I've only started reading philosophy in the last couple of years. What do your recommend? I will check out the Nora May book.
MicroRNA Apr 10, 2010 5:47 PM
Hmmm... Yeah, I can see why having four might seem like too many to women. On the other hand, your children are mostly older. I'd think that would be a plus.

Technically, I agree. Nazism isn't the same as white nationalism. Yet, there's definitely overlap within the communities themselves (from my understanding) for the purpose of sheer numbers. They're smart enough to realize that united they stand, and divided they fall. White people as a homogenous group is one of the small prices paid for creating the system of white supremacy in America. The way it's setup unifies people on the basis of being caucasoids. It's meant to be seen as one entity, thus all the people within it as well. I'm not saying it's correct, but that's how it is. In fact, I think it's dangerous because it gives white people a false sense of security. The greatest atrocity of all time was committed by europeans against other europeans.

The subject is interesting. It's good to know and understand as much as possible. Do you align yourself with a white supremacist philosophy? What other subjects are you knowledgeable on?

Personally, I'm not into tribalism. I understand how it helped people survive in the past, and how it's an effective method in the present for whatever ethnicity in power to gain access to resources. Nonetheless, assholes are everywhere. Like you, I think most people aren't worth my time. That includes the majority of those that make up my race/ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, religion, and interests.

I guessed right. You certainly seem like an INTJ.

AHAHAHA. Simply leering would gross people out? Or something more explicit?

Oh, that's really cool. Have you had anything published yet? Ugh. Diseases. Yeah, I understand. I live close to a party university, and it was ranked in the top 5 for stds in all of America. I always tell my friends to use protection, because they think being lesbian makes them immune. It's not true at all. Not even close.

What are your favorite books? What subjects do you like to read about the most?
MicroRNA Apr 9, 2010 12:04 PM
Ah. How old are your other children? Have you found it difficult to raise children on your own? I'd ask why you're doing it alone, but that seems invasive.

I see.

I wish that were true in the places I've lived so far. I see strangers making friends in the workplace all the time. People think I'm weird for not wanting to share my personal life, and go to parties with them. I agree that people that act like best friends right from the get go aren't worthy of trust.

Gay nazis. lol I wonder how they deal with prejudice in such a group. White nationalists hate gays even if they're white. Then again one of the prominent supporters of white nationalism grew up in Japan and believes asians are superior. Lots of weird stuff going on there. The goth scene being intertwined with serious racism is more prominent in Europe than America. Even so, I've noticed it's still hard for dark skinned minority alternative people that I've personally known in the states. Then again, I've primarily lived in the south (TX, AZ). I haven't experienced any problems myself, but I'm only a once in a blue moon visitor to that world.

Have you ever taken the mbti test? You strike me as an NT.

Fetishists are vapid. Oh, boy. I'm sure this is the first time I've ever heard that. XD I went to a local fetish ball a couple years ago, which seemed to attract the goth crowd. It wasn't what I expected at all. I haven't really had any dealings with fetish people, so I can't comment on what they're like. Do you often see fetishists where you live?

Ahaha. Touche.

Do you write sci-fi and fantasy? Wild stuff always goes down at any kind of nerd convention, even random hookups. I imagine it's the one or few times a year many people can let their hair down in like company. How do you let loose?
MicroRNA Apr 6, 2010 3:09 PM
Do you have more than 3 children? Kids pick up languages quickly, and nothing is better than immersion anyway. I'm sure they will be fine if they don't learn much before you move.

lol So, what do you consider being able to back up arrogance? What should the minimum requirement be?

Seattle freeze is the oh-so-ever polite, but distant behavior many of the long term residents seem to exhibit. Like maybe they would hold a door open for you to walk through if they see you and make small talk on a daily basis, but they don't ever invite you to hang out with them.

Ah, I see. Yes, it's not very common to see asians in certain communities. I've been to goth clubs before, but I wouldn't say I'm really a goth since I'm not a big music buff. Also, depending on where you live there can be some pretty racist people in the alternative community, and that might make minorities stay away too. Have you ever been to a Torture Garden party?

Thank you. ^_^ I don't really keep up with Japanese holidays though. How was the convention?
TsundereAlice Apr 6, 2010 1:30 PM
When it was over, when the blood had dried and the fires had died down, then we found we were the same as we had always been - small and terrified human beings, with only the light of the Emperor to see by in this dark galaxy of sin.