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IS: Infinite Stratos
IS: Infinite Stratos
Oct 22, 2012 2:57 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Blue Drop: Tenshi-tachi no Gikyoku
Blue Drop: Tenshi-tachi no Gikyoku
Oct 22, 2012 2:51 PM
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Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven
Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven
Dec 7, 2011 6:37 AM
Completed 50/50 · Scored 9
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Davids11 Nov 2, 2018 12:05 PM
Hi handsome, How are you? i love your profile,please contact me on my private email ( ) i have something to share with you, please am not always on this site. Thanks
Nasty001 Sep 25, 2013 4:02 AM
Adv Happy Birthday again
Nasty001 Sep 20, 2012 9:56 AM
Adv Hapi Bday
lisnoire Nov 17, 2011 4:55 PM
Oops! Wrong Princess! Thanks for the link. And yep, that's a lot of what I do. Come to think of it, I think Robert had someone in class last year from Norway.

Neither avitar is from anime. The small one you see in the forums is from an game called Xenogears. Never played it, just liked the pic because it looks a little like me some years ago. The larger pic on my profile page is just something I found on line, a recipe site of all places. It appealed to me because, again, she looks a little like used to and I love the 1630's "Three Musketeers" period (Early Baroque), cats, and black.

A friend from another site customized a couple Kusanagi, Motoko's of Ghost in the Shell and a Ichihara, Yuuko of xxxHOLiC by putting a grey streak in the hair but they don't fit here and I'm no good at resizing them.

I also have a wonderful pic of the Grandmother from Summer Wars wielding a spear. I've thought of using that one from time to time. Again it is a matter of sizing it properly and I'm not too good at that.
lisnoire Nov 17, 2011 11:34 AM
I had not heard that about Her Highness Mette-Marit. Will take time to research what it is she is trying to do and send compassion and support her way. If you know of any links in English, please feel free to forward them my way.

Love the fact that Norway has a Monarchy. But it is a monarchy much in keeping with the old Norse sense of kingship, "When its time to dig turnips, the King digs too." Your monarchy is there for inspiration but not so set apart.

I will have to take time to look into what her school is about. The man I initially studied with once met with and did some work for the Duchess of York.

Found the link to THRIVE. Will take a look of it sometime today.

It really is delightful to have made your acquaintance!
lisnoire Nov 17, 2011 7:11 AM
Actually, horses come in different sizes, It is true, an angry horse can bite but I have never once been bitten. Occasionally, you find one that likes to "nip" but that doesn't involve teeth, just the strong lip muscles. It is generally playful or intended to get your attention. It's pretty cool to feed a horse a treat out of hand. You hold your hand fairly flat and they gather up the goody with their lips. No teeth involved. Oh, there is nothing softer than the nose of a horse. It is like velvet. Like people, they are mostly sweet but occasionally you get an irascible one.
lisnoire Nov 16, 2011 4:08 PM
If you want to find out just how odd I am, take a look at my website -

Actually, the only flesh eating horse I am aware of is Bucephalus, Alexander the Great's horse. Probably just bad press from the losing side, don't you think?

Not up on my Norse mythology. Off the top of my head, I know that one of the gods had a six legged horse. Was he disposed to human flesh? Now, I do have it on good authority that trolls and gryphons eat horses.

All the fun aside, welcome aboard. It'll be nice to have someone with a wider and a bit more "seasoned" view of the world to talk to .
lisnoire Nov 16, 2011 4:01 PM
Would love to go to Norway! Some day . . . .

There is far less anime on TV now than there used to be. Thank the Gods for the internet.

I don't talk facet to fact about anime to many people. Their eyes glaze over and they start to drool a little. Not pretty so I generally avoid it. Occasionally I will slip an anime comment toward someone's teenager just for the shock factor. Eyes get very wide and they say, "Do YOU watch anime?" Simple pleasures . . . .

Have yet to make it to NYC. Been lots of other places but not North East. You'd like Washington State. The west side is very green. It rains a lot but you get accustomed to it. In fact, if it stays sunny too long, we can get a little twitchy. Generally, a very moderate maritime climate. It doesn't take much snow to shut things down because no one is prepared for it, including city, county, and state road crews. There is a huge mountain range called the Cascades. You might have heard of Mt. Rainier and the infamous Mt. St. Helens who blew her top in 1980. Well, on the other side of said mountain range, the state is all rolling hills and sage brush. Very brown. Thanks to irrigation, we produce a lot of fruit and vegetables there. Gets very hot in the summer and very cold in the winter. It snows there but everyone is ready for it. I grew up east of the Cascades and moved to the green side in 1988.

I am older than you. Technically, I could be your mother . . . . but more likely your crazy aunt.

(btw, I'm guessing that Gronvold was spelled Grønvold?)
Ya, sure. Her father was Admiral Gronvold. Can't remember the name of his ship. Another seafaring Norwegian boy done good.
lisnoire Nov 16, 2011 12:57 PM
Norway, huh. Lots of folk in the Pacific Northwest with Norwegian heritage. Most larger towns will have a "Sons of Norway" or "Daughters of Norway" Hall that was built anywhere from the turn of the 20th C through the '20's. The city of Polsbo has a "Viking Fest" every summer. I think our maritime climate and access to the Pacific Ocean isfar more suited to Norwegians than the flat lands of Midwestern Minnesota, another place you'll find a lot of Americans with Norwegian heritage. One of my best friends is a sturdy blond lady of Norwegian descent. Her last name is Ice. My sister-in-law's last name was Gronvold. I'm a classic American Mutt, English, Scots, Irish, and Cherokee Indian. I am told there that a travling Swede got in the mix in the 1890's but no one had much to say about it. ;-)
lisnoire Nov 16, 2011 12:43 PM
Thought I changed that to 2012!!! Gotta keep 'em guessin'! :-)
Moklyop Nov 3, 2011 12:22 PM
I see, makes sense.
I'm quite lucky I found this site, and I have recommended it to a few people so far.
Nasty001 Nov 3, 2011 11:32 AM
ur welcom
Nasty001 Nov 3, 2011 10:26 AM
Nice and very practical review for "Macross Frontier."
Moklyop Nov 3, 2011 9:17 AM
Welcome to MAL!
I'm glad you enjoy macross as much as you do, but your review needs a little more "meat"