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Anime Stats
Days: 21.5
Mean Score: 0.00
  • Total Entries53
  • Rewatched65
  • Episodes1,100
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Kaijuu no Kodomo
Kaijuu no Kodomo
Jun 15, 4:54 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored -
Haikyuu!!: To the Top
Haikyuu!!: To the Top
May 26, 6:42 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored -
Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na!
Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na!
Apr 19, 2:35 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 5.3
Mean Score: 0.00
  • Total Entries20
  • Reread8
  • Chapters585
  • Volumes51
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Houseki no Kuni
Houseki no Kuni
Apr 13, 1:44 PM
Reading 45/? · Scored -
25-ji no Vacances
25-ji no Vacances
Apr 28, 2018 5:15 PM
Completed 4/4 · Scored -
Oyasumi Punpun
Oyasumi Punpun
Nov 15, 2017 1:17 PM
Completed 147/147 · Scored -


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Serendipity Jul 29, 7:35 PM
Okay here goes take two.

Yes, it was a good day! Weird getting out though, given how quiet everything has been.

It's decent, but the thing is that it's still inside of my room because I don't have an office. Instead, my work area doubles as my gaming setup and it is hard to separate these things. This is even more the case because I'm not really someone that really particularly enjoys the technical parts of work/academics, rather I enjoy working with people and that's sort of cut off from me right now. Plus that chair is an Ikea chair and I've realized that sitting on it for a few hours is fine, but longer periods of time is not fun. I'm going to probably try and get a more expensive office chair like a Leap or Aeron off of Kijiji or a second hand office store, then put it as a work expense (or have my parents claim it for me).

For Folklore, I need to listen to it a few more times, as I've only gone through it in sequence twice. My favourites so far are the last great american dynasty, august, illicit affairs, mad woman, and my tears ricochet, but I'm not sure how I feel about this album really. Like, I appreciate that it's more mature sounding and different, while retaining a lot of things that characterize her music, like her conversational storybook lyrics, but it also is a bit heavier in lyrics and sound so it isn't as "easy listening" as her old music, which I really appreciated before. I'm not sure where I'd place this, but it definitely is below Fearless through Red era. I might be a bit biased though, as I grew up with her music. It probably is around 1989 for me, but we'll see.
Serendipity Jul 29, 7:26 PM
MAL just ate my comment.

Serendipity Jul 29, 4:30 PM
Also how about Folklore?
Serendipity Jul 29, 4:10 PM
Thanks! A friend came over and we made another Korean order haha. Also finally got to see my hair stylist, so it was a good day. We ordered out from Sodam, it was better quality than the other places and I was surprised that their price was about the same, as on Skip The Dishes (I think) they have a $$ sign rather than a $ like the others.

I'm okay, productivity at work is really bad right now honestly. I'm pretty tired of the like work from home situation, I miss the social interaction a lot and the general like feel of the office. That said, I appreciate being able to go home and spend time with the family more often. That's been a blessing in disguise for me.

In other news, I built a PC so that kept me occupied for a bit while I smoothed things out, but that seems to be all settled now.
gintokisbicep Jul 25, 6:22 AM
sorry idk who kendrick lamar is i only know grammy winner rap legend hatsune miku
Serendipity Jul 21, 2:16 PM
Sit down for sure haha. I have ordered takeout and delivery like maybe seven times since quarantine started. It feels like forever now almost.

I ended up ordering from GoGiya because my friend wanted some Korean fried chicken. There weren't too many options that had multiple kinds of dishes (fried stuff versus more traditional) on delivery apps, so we went with that. I kind of wanted to try Sodam, but their prices looked a bit higher and they spooked me away knowing how bad our delivery, service charge, and taxes accumulate together.

How's work and stuff?
Serendipity Jul 20, 11:34 PM
I ordered Korean food the other day and it felt like years since I've had some. I miss eating out.
Rsurect Jun 18, 8:02 AM
due to quarantine we've grown accustomed to a completely different lifestyle that we now need to grow out of again, for better or for worse

anyways how have you been, what have you been up to?
Rsurect Jun 12, 2:30 PM
it is, to be fair though i still have to get used to it again after not working for what, 3 months or something? money is always a plus, it helps that i save most of it already anyways

how has working from home been, is it something you now prefer or have you grown to dislike it because of the forced adjustment?
Estenn May 28, 4:23 PM
I see, probably a lot of unexpected developments ever since the virus spread. It sounds like you might be looking for a change of pace?

Yes, that’s exactly it; I work with any infrastructure related to water, wastewater, and stormwater. Not so much bridges, though. It’s a drastic decrease in size compared to what I used to work with, but I find that my previous work wasn’t for me.

The project I worked on had a bit over 25 3MW turbines operating, but certain conditions made it a much larger project than what it was expected to be. The project maybe had a peak of a couple thousand people directly on site? If we compare wind farms to centralized electricity projects, the latter is probably much more complex. Wind turbines arrive on-site in already made components; the quickest part is the actual building-up of the turbine on the prepared foundation, which is roughly an hour or two, and it only takes a few people to get that done. Most companies we hired were for the design and site preparation phase only since the height, self-weight, and speed of a wind turbine bring great risks. If wind turbines are smaller (kW) or constructed closer to cities, the process becomes much simpler.
Rsurect May 26, 1:46 PM
been pretty monotone honestly, think work is opening up back soon, how has it treated you?
Estenn May 26, 9:42 AM
Working with energy policies sounds interesting (and like a lot of work)! How long have you been working with government policies?

I don’t actually work in the energy industry much lol; sorry to disappoint! My background is civil engineering with a water-related focus, so I don’t dabble in the energy industry too much. I previously worked for a heavy civil company, and I just happened to get an opportunity to go on-site for their wind turbine project. When it comes to large projects like these, dozens of companies are hired under the management company for their mechanical and electrical expertise, so my company focused more on construction management and the civil aspect like material testing and foundations. I can probably give you a little insight on how things are run, but I'm not the best person to ask how exactly the technologies work.
Rsurect May 24, 12:01 PM
kiraila May 23, 9:18 AM
Yeah, feel ya. Can't wait to go back normal. (Not like I am outgoing, but I wanna be allowed to go out, lmao)
kiraila May 17, 8:41 PM
Haha, I see what you did there.

Welp, I am fine. Currently working from home. Always procrastinating. xD You?