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Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202: Ai no Senshi-tachi
Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202: Ai no Senshi-tachi
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Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199
Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199
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Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann Movie: Lagann-hen
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann Movie: Lagann-hen
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Seiya Oct 1, 10:01 AM
How have you been?

I'm currently visiting relatives, but I have my computer with me. I managed to get nice record player at a pawn shop for a good price, and they had some good records there as well.
Swiggy Sep 18, 9:38 PM
Yee, I'd definitely rather do this while I'm still young though! :U As long as it doesn't get in the way of studying and my eventual career too much.
Also, I'm glad I've got something to show for myself kinda now. OTL All my friends are graduating and stuff already, so even though I believe everyone goes at their own pace, I still felt like I was really behind in life.;;
Swiggy Sep 18, 6:38 PM
I saved a lot of money and bought property in a neighboring state that's a lot cheaper than California. I said properties, but I should clarify, it's one property with two separate units/places on it. Admittedly, my parents did help me out by giving me about 3k or 5k of it, but everything else, I saved myself-- and would have had all of it if I hadn't made a few big purchases. However, the places are both rented out now! My parents don't want the money back, but if they did, it'd only take four months of rent to pay them back (if it was 5k they put in). ;o;
I knew something good would come from being mostly a tightwad. Lol
Swiggy Sep 15, 10:54 PM
It's going well! It's so much better than my last job. OTL The only thing is that now that the rush to buy textbooks is over, they only have me working one day.
However, it's fine because for my "third job", I'm trying to get my properties rented out so I can have another source of income. I'm so close to doing so! Hopefully by Sunday! ;o;
Then after that, I'm going to be able to work on my craft (in between studying). I'm pretty excited!
Seiya Sep 8, 9:52 PM
I noticed that you're watching Fancy Lala.

I haven't seen it yet, but I own it on DVD.
Lordwen Sep 3, 3:59 AM
I'm glad my naïveté served a purpose for once :D
Seiya Sep 2, 3:56 PM
I've been trying to be more social as well.

Later this month, I'll be travelling with my Grandfather to visit my uncle, and it'll be the first time I've travelled outside my province since I was 12 years old. I'm looking forward to seeing the sights, and visiting any second hand shops I can find.
Seiya Sep 2, 3:34 PM
So, what have you been up to lately?
bakashimizu Aug 27, 7:06 PM
Volunteering is good though as a conduit for work experience. Perhaps there's a more apt type of job that you would prefer to be doing. This type of volunteer work listed on a resume is gold for employers. Being on that end of things, I can vouch for that fact that whenever I am part of the hiring authority for the school district that I work for, resumes that include substantial work experience (volunteer or otherwise) are considered way more than those of others. Are there other potential areas of work that strike you fancy?
Swiggy Aug 26, 1:24 AM
Okies! Though now I'm actually going to be pretty afk for a while since university has started along with the new job.;;
bakashimizu Aug 22, 9:30 PM
Mind if I live vicariously through you for awhile? That's almost exactly what I wanted to do career-wise for myself when I was much younger (I'm really not that old [said the old guy]). I had some really incredible life experiences in my senior year of high school relative to national parks (in particular Grand Canyon National Park) that oriented my mind towards working in some profession within that realm. But of course I became a public employee in the education system instead (not nearly as romantic a concept as I was aiming for). So it's a really cool breath of fresh air when I get to hear stories about people that actually had the intestinal fortitude to go out and do what it was that I wanted to do, but could not do, years ago.

Sounds like you're glad to get back to what's more familiar to you though. Hope you get some interesting classes. College can be fun (academically that is) when the content is interesting/engaging.
bakashimizu Aug 21, 10:42 PM
That's cool that the volunteering gig went well for you and that you were working with good people. That's one successful achievement that will look great on your resume for future endeavors.

Broken wifi???? I can't imagine life now without it. I get antsy when I can't be cruising on Hulu, NetFlix or Crunchyroll whatching anime. I feel your pain. Look forward to your next commentary on the details of life. Mine are kind of boring at the moment. Catcha later.
Swiggy Aug 17, 3:31 AM
Yes, sleep is good. :U Glad you're back to wi-fi though!
bakashimizu Aug 8, 10:42 PM
I'm getting there. Just finished a long leadership retreat with all of my fellow supervisors, managers, directors and principles. The content was ok, but I just could not keep my eyes open. Somehow, I was able to stay awake long enough to avoid getting into trouble. I have to go to a funeral on Thursday also. One of my coworkers that I've known forever passed away. There seems to have been a lot of displays of mortality in the past few weeks. My friend's father just lost a battle with cancer two days ago. I've known him forever also. I'm glad that I have my anime to fall back on during the depressing times. Along with family, friends and beer, anime helps a great deal.

On a different note, how was your volunteer ranger job? I hope you had a good time and learned a lot. I started watching Nightraid 1931 a number of years ago. Not sure why I stopped. I need to go back and finish it. I just started watching a classic called Chargeman Ken from 1974. Hilarious is the perfect description.
Swiggy Aug 5, 7:50 PM
( I've been away anyway, so no worries.;; )

See, I really like folk, but it ended up turning into a like of folk metal-- which I still like, but I found the need for a focus on lyrics took me to even darker music (especially certain types of rap). The lyrics of these songs are usually kinda depressing though; there's sometimes a sense of hopelessness or the pressure to change things as opposed to folk metal which is usually about celebrating or hunting lol. So everything has been sounding... rough on my end lately.;; I'ma kinda try to step back and go the folk rock path instead of the folk metal way.;; Not that I dislike the music I currently listen to, but a lot of it is getting too "real". XD
Thanks a ton!