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Days: 233.0
Mean Score: 5.92
  • Total Entries940
  • Rewatched98
  • Episodes13,627
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Fate/Grand Order: First Order
Fate/Grand Order: First Order
Oct 15, 8:10 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 5
Watashi ni Tenshi ga Maiorita!
Watashi ni Tenshi ga Maiorita!
Oct 14, 10:00 PM
Watching 2/12 · Scored 6
Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia - Initium Iter
Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia - Initium Iter
Oct 13, 8:55 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
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Days: 29.3
Mean Score: 6.86
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Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet
Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet
Sep 17, 9:42 PM
Reading 94/? · Scored 8
Mayonaka Lolita
Mayonaka Lolita
Jul 22, 7:21 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Tonikaku Kawaii
Tonikaku Kawaii
Jul 15, 9:08 PM
Reading 58/? · Scored 8

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PseudoJord Jan 14, 2016 5:28 PM
Welp, I reply late too lol.

Hmm, I see what you mean. If you think you can do better and got a plan to make your experience turn into something more definitely go for it. And I ended up joining that lab that I liked. Now to do some good research and hopefully publish some papers. Bio is definitely not for everyone, but then you could say that about any field of study. I would have liked to study history and make a career out of it but it's not easy and I really wouldn't know the first thing about making connections in that field.
Gar_Logan Dec 22, 2015 6:47 AM
Oh yeah what is your ID? (my line id is my real full name lol....haha)

Gar_Logan Dec 18, 2015 6:20 AM
Yeah I will. I will probably stay for 3 years.

And I hope I pass it my first time...ahaha.

All Tokyo JETs teach high school.

And no I would totally meet up with you guys! Just let me know.
Gar_Logan Dec 5, 2015 11:23 PM
Yeah it is my first year. And I am actually in Tokyo Prefecture lol (there are like 300 or so Tokyo JETs now because they expanded the program for the Olympics I guess).

And nice! I am thinking of taking N2 next summer. I still have a long way to go...haha.

Working for crunchyroll would be cool. Do you know how much they pay for translating a weekly show?
Gar_Logan Dec 3, 2015 2:13 AM
Yep I am a JET ahha.

Are you taking N2? Good luck! And it is so cold... D:

My goal is similar to yours, but I also lack faith in my abilities. Also I am a pretty pessimistic person in general ahah. Like...even attaining N1 won't necessarily open up roads to translation. You have to also be a good writer, and get things to flow and make things equivalent when they won't translate cleanly etc...

For now I just want to live here and improve my Japanese. I guess I will see what the future holds in a few years ahha.
Gar_Logan Nov 15, 2015 3:20 AM
That is kind of my goal too. Stay for a few years and hopefully get good enough at Japanese to escape being an ALT. If not, maybe something at home will turn up. I am from Texas so I feel you on those temperatures.
PseudoJord Oct 24, 2015 8:14 AM
Dang, must be pretty frustrating. Did you always find the job frustrating or did you only come to not like teaching anymore recently? Or is it that you're missing your friends and fam? I know I kinda miss them now even though I'm only 2 hours' drive away and it's only been 2 months since I moved out haha.

I pretty much hated the first lab that I worked in and I think the feeling was mutual. It was a much different field than I was used to (biology gets freaking diverse) and the people and I didn't gel. I like my current lab much better and would like to stay here. I have one more 5 week rotation to go through after I'm done here though, so there's still time before I settle.
Gar_Logan Oct 17, 2015 7:05 AM
Hmm I'm not sure tbh. At least a year or so maybe a few. But the novelty has worn off and I am not sure if I can see myself living here long term. What about you?

I don't dislike it lol, but I need some time to get used to it.
PseudoJord Oct 6, 2015 6:50 PM
Last year? I thought you were only spending one in Japan. But then again you told me you moved there who knows when so my memory's fuzzy. Heard it was hard to make friends in Japan since the locals tend to treat you as free English lessons, is that true? Grad school is going alright. There's a rotation system for me to try my hands at various labs before settling down with one so it's nice that I don't get tied down with one project until I get one that seems promising.
Gar_Logan Oct 6, 2015 6:46 AM
Haha I think my main issue with Akiba is that there is nothing to do there but spend money? If you aren't buying figures, electronics, going to a maid cafe, buying anime goods, or playing in a game center, there is nothing to do? I guess you can look at the shops every day, but lots of cities have animates haha.

But maybe I can only say that because I am so close....hhaha.
Gar_Logan Oct 4, 2015 6:57 AM
lol I live in Suginami-ku. It is like 30 minutes away from Shinjuku.

But I think going to Akiba every few months is probably better than having access all the time. It gets old haha.
PseudoJord Sep 21, 2015 3:59 PM
Happens to me all the time. Sometimes I disappear for months.

I've been good. Graduated, moved out of the house and started grad school. Living downtown in a big city so it's been pretty sweet. How're you?
Gar_Logan Sep 21, 2015 9:56 AM
Haha BiriBiri is my second~

And when I say "cliche" I don't necessarily mean it in a bad way. Cliches can be really entertaining if the execution is good.

Gar_Logan Sep 21, 2015 9:07 AM
Saten <3

Also, I saw the movie with friends too, XD

I saw that 6000 yen thing. I would have bought it if it didn't have the KokoSake characters on it :P I didn't grow attached to any characters in the movie enough to buy goods with them on it.

It is cool you liked it. I might have liked it better if I had been in the right mood for it? Not that I was in a bad mood, but idk haha.

PseudoJord Apr 15, 2015 6:53 PM
Well, that and not being too interested in this medium anymore....which work and studies are to blame I guess. Also discovering new things, branching out etc. Almost done with school now - just gotta submit my thesis by Friday and then it'll be all over.

They feed you that science is the way to go for applicability and such but in school you learn it's not just what goes on in the classroom, but the connections you make and the work experience you get that determines how successful you are. I got a lot of research experience in school so that's gonna prep me for a career down academia but it's going to have its rough and tumbles. But I recently got my hands on one of them handy-dandy national graduate scholarships so that's gonna be helpful. I'm gonna be moving out of the house for the first time in August so that's going to be swell as hell.