Deserada's Profile

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Anime Stats
Days: 123.4
Mean Score: 7.55
  • Total Entries1,343
  • Rewatched21
  • Episodes7,426
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works 2nd Season - Sunny Day
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works 2nd Season - Sunny Day
Aug 11, 11:05 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works 2nd Season
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works 2nd Season
Aug 11, 11:04 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 9
Battle Athletess Daiundoukai (TV)
Battle Athletess Daiundoukai (TV)
Jul 29, 1:49 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 10.8
Mean Score: 7.46
  • Total Entries98
  • Reread36
  • Chapters764
  • Volumes72
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Kyoukaisenjou no Horizon
Kyoukaisenjou no Horizon
Jul 30, 6:36 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Jigoku no Alice
Jigoku no Alice
Jul 4, 10:54 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Ashita Dorobou
Ashita Dorobou
Jul 4, 10:51 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -

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Baman Jul 31, 2:38 PM
Yea, went on vacation once when I was a kid. I should probably go again sometime. Wouldn't hurt to have a look around for contingency plans either I guess.
Ledgermayne Jun 27, 3:57 PM
Hello, I sent a friend request because.. well I don't really have any particular reason. xD just adding more friends. :)

Sorry for my bad English.
VampireXxBrianna Jun 9, 5:10 PM
Whoa, that is so hauntingly beautiful. I am listening to it right now. Her voice is so gorgeous.
VampireXxBrianna Jun 6, 1:10 PM
Can't believe it's already this time again, but happy birthday, my friend :)
VampireXxBrianna May 25, 2:53 AM
I am :) I've had a lot of legal problems going on with receiving my financial awards because of the fact that I'm an independent, so there has been some setbacks financially, but this is something I feel I need to do to grow.

It's okay! Congratulations :) That is great that you're closer to your goals. I've never thought specifics with my future as far as how I'm going to get there, honestly. I just knew since I was little that I was going to do something that could make a difference in the world. I've wanted to help people since I was little. After my mom died, it grew stronger. I eventually decided to become a child advocate lawyer. I am going to finish Purdue with a HDFS major, then go on to law school in a different state. I have a thing where I truly believe disability can never stop you with anything unless you let it, so I try to become an example, since I have one.

As for money and houses, I've never really thought about it. I've always just considered careers and what I'd spend money on if I got a nice career.

I don't play games. But I saw that from another MAL user! It's so beautiful.
Kasma Apr 6, 12:19 PM
acclaim*
Kasma Apr 6, 11:55 AM
4 years is still pretty decent, mine only lasts 2 years which I feel is too little at times. Oh well as long as I feel ready for work when it's done it's all good.

Ah okay. Yeah I can imagine it's more worthwhile to use better keys on an improved version. That does sound annoying, haha. Maybe it's perfect for making NES/Atari music, since back then they had very restricted usage of different tones to use iirc.

I really wanna check out the other ones, mainly 1-3 because they've received so much claim but also the GBA version, even though I've never owned a portable... But yeah, some enemy designs are pretty spooky.

Sounds like a suitable job for you, hope you like it there. And yes, it's only a good thing to save money if you can. I think I'm gonna move out after this education to a different town, getting sick of home lol.

At first I thought it was a virus, because it was a blue screen(although not blue screen of death), that said an error occurred and that it will reboot automatically, which it did... over and over again. However my brother(who is vastly more knowledgeable about computers than me) suspects that it might be something wrong with my hard drive and he tried to install Linux but it didn't work out and then he kind of stopped trying lol. Don't think it's a lost cause but I honestly still don't know what the problem is.
Kasma Apr 5, 11:24 AM
Felt like I needed to say hi after so long. :3

Ohh I see, how many years has your education been by the way?

Damn, that looks really good! Design is very slick. I gotta ask, do you have keys similar to a grand piano where they feel kind of 'heavy' to push down or do you have them to be easily pushed down if that makes any sense lol

Nier looks incredibly fun, as with many other games of late honestly. Suddenly felt like there was some diversity in the industry. I've only played sparingly, mostly magic the gathering, but I beat Super Metroid finally and man, that game was awesome.

What job did you get? I wish I had one going too lol, currently still on the hunt. My old laptop kind of crashed so I'm desperate for a new gaming PC in some form.
Kasma Apr 4, 8:32 AM
Hey man, how are ya? Sick favorites, as always.
VampireXxBrianna Feb 13, 1:54 PM
Oh! And I noticed you had never replied to a comment I made in June, but I'd like to update that by saying that I did indeed get accepted into Purdue University, my GPA has gone up, I didn't retake the SAT, and I was broken up with in July, rather quite harshly, however I have recovered from it.
VampireXxBrianna Feb 13, 1:51 PM
We just brushed over how Sociology and Philosophy do not give us answers, we merely form questions and interpret our own way.
I did watch this Spanish drama called Merli where the main character was a Philosophy teacher however, and I did hear about Nietzsche. I've always enjoyed subjects where I can think about things and not just be given a formula, one and done, like math. There's only technically one way to do math. It's either right or wrong. I find that utterly boring. I like interpreting and analyzing poems, pieces of Literature, writing about books, etc. I like being asked a question and being made to really think about it, and being able to discuss it in a way where neither person is wrong but we are given new perspectives at the end. I just find it beautiful.

In Sociology, we were recently learning about discrimination, in regards to it being Black History Month. We watched a video on a teacher in the 80s who did an experiment on her 3rd grade class by separating them by eye color and showing them how minorities must feel when being discriminated. I've seen it twice but I still love it.

Oh that poem is beautiful! "You are a child of the universe no less the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here."
I love reading things like that, things where I can hear the passion in my voice as I read it in my head.
Did you read this in high school? University? Or, your free time?
VampireXxBrianna Feb 12, 7:29 AM
We were learning about philosophy in my Sociology class and I thought of your username because of the "Des" part. Haha I was so sure I had figured it out.
CDRW Feb 9, 9:05 AM
The ER is cool, but not as many stories as you'd expect. Mostly because they don't let the volunteers anywhere near the traumas, psych patients, or prisoners. I spend most of my time there shuttling patients back and forth between the ER and their x-ray, CT, MRI, and ultrasound scans. I have met a lot of really cool people doing it though. Unfortunately, I can't really say anything about them because of HIPPA regulations.


Engineering might be a good choice for me, but I'm reluctant to do it. I worked at a civil engineering company for about two years creating Auto CAD drawings, and while it was a good job by any measure, I hated it. It was as tedious and mind-numbing as data entry, but difficult enough that you couldn't just tune out and get it done. It's kind of hard to explain, because that description actually applies to most of the work that goes into making an instrument. I think the main difference is that I never felt like I was actually making anything, and a big chunk of what I was doing was just busywork that was never going to affect anything.


I didn't know you drew too, that's really cool. If you do release it, make sure you let me know.


I'm actually on Picarto instead of Twitch. I went with that one because it's an art community, lets you stream in HD for free, and allows visitors to chat without creating an account. I'm going to try to do some streaming this weekend, and my new work schedule should allow me to do regular streaming during the day starting next week. Here's the url for my channel. https://picarto.tv/awadd
CDRW Feb 7, 7:35 PM
Dude, that's awesome.

So I realized I never answered your comment from last time. Unfortunately I had to leave the violin school. I ran out of money, was too slow to do it professionally anyway, and kept butting heads with the new teacher. I've just been working since then, got full-time work at the university I live next to a while back and just got a promotion that I'll be starting next week. It's not glamorous or high-paying, but it's steady work and I like my coworkers so I'm happy. I've also been volunteering in the emergency room at the local hospital. And I'm trying to figure out if I want to make another go at school too.


I have also started working on a violin in my spare time (technically, I'm actually doing the prep-work right now), and holy carp, I am out of practice. It's... boring and frustrating to be honest, but I'm still enjoying myself. I find it helps with my concentration to stream while I work on it. I rarely have any viewers, but sometimes I'll get some random person who's interested. I've got a really cool, compact shop set-up too. My tool cabinet and workbench are both on wheels so I just keep everything up against the walls in my bedroom, and when I want to work I can set it up so everything's in arm's reach.


How did your mixtape turn out?

Edit: I notice that you have Armored Trooper Votoms on your favorites list. I am honor bound to inform you that I have the entire series on DVD.
Lord_Sithis Feb 4, 8:31 AM
I would buy a simple cab and a DoDonPachi DaiOuJou PCB. It's the only thing I have planned.