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  1. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-13 21:46
    Hiroi Sekai
    Yeah, it seems like a basic thing to fear and dread. I've taken careful care not to get into anything like that, but even when my sunglasses dug into my eyebrow when somebody elbowed me by accident, it stung and I hated it. I don't know how people take losing a limb.

    Definitely. I've watched live shows and I've been to live concerts. There's no comparison, but to even have that is better than nothing, I suppose.

    That national anthem kinda scares me, not going to lie.

    I'm definitely glad they still exist; it's nice to see something different from the regular wasteland/apocalpyse shooter that are being constantly spewed out.

    As am I, but I keep catching it in the corner of my eye. I don't really have any complaints against any animation styles since I enjoyed the simplest forms like Glaxy Express 999 and Macross; it's just something I noticed. I find the post shows were distracting me from the full experience, so I find myself skipping them.

    You gotta love that creepy Deus.
  2. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-13 19:22
    Hiroi Sekai
    That's terrifying. It sucks that it's going around but I'm glad it doesn't affect humans. I know quite a few people who aren't scared of those. >.<

    Yeah, their music lives on forever, and at the very least people have recorded some of the live shows on DVD so that's worth watching.

    'Tis the Soviet Union, North Korea and Middle East working together. We've been targeting Norway for a while now anyways. o.O

    It's nice and some of the 3D effects are jaw-dropping. I love the older Mario games, which is why this is such a nice refresher after all those side games Mario's been getting into. And yeah, I saw that as well; haven't played Rayman in forever, but I remember it being innovative and exciting.

    Mirai Nikki's quite good. Animation feels a little lacking at times, but overall it's great. There are some really freaky moments already and that's good for the immersion. Something that's been bothering me are the after episode cutscenes that are meant to be comedic; I end up skipping them so they don't take the mood away.
  3. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-13 18:12
    Hiroi Sekai
    Oh geez, a contagious cancer? It's already doing enough damage to us, we don't need it spreading around! >.<

    As do I. It'll suck even more when you're bad with stuff like pain and death.

    Yeah, that's very true. The problem with most of my bands is that I got into them too late- about 30 years after they were famous and still touring. Now people are dead and can never be brought back; it definitely does suck.

    Oh my, that's quite an accusation. Do you have any evidence to support this theory of yours? *whispers into walkie-talkie* Bomb the country of Norway. Don't ask questions, just do it!

    That's alright, I've been indulging myself with Super Mario 3D Land and I also started Mirai Nikki as well. I'll be sure to blog about the both of those later on. Working 7 was awesome; purple haired, short girls just seem to have a charm to them. You remember Izumi from Hayate, now don't you?
  4. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-12 23:17
    Hiroi Sekai
    That's very true, thank goodness for that. Wait, it's still bad so... >.<

    If I see it once, that equals trouble. I'm too keen on considering every possibility, and I'll end up imagining things a bit too far sometimes. I can tell between real and fake though, of course.

    Oh, same here. Many of mine have actually already stopped touring or unfortunately split up. Good thing I've got a lot of favourites. Fallout 3 is one of those games you have to play a bit to really enjoy; I hated it at first but once I got all the aspects down it was quite fun. Still, it's an FPSRPG so of course it's okay if it falls outside of your interest.

    Me? I'm just an innocent ol' blogger A scientific experiment on "Inami molestation" though...I dunno...
  5. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-12 19:09
    Hiroi Sekai
    No, and thinking about it now, neither do animals. Bird flu? Chicken pox? Mad cow disease? It's nothing fun.

    Ugh, my imagination is too strong for its own good so I'd see it all nonetheless. Even still, stuff like that fascinates me and I end up seeking it. It's kind of a weird feeling since I'm looking for something that I know will trouble me.

    I've never been to a metal concert myself, really. I've paid for a couple classic rock bands that came around, but other than that, nothing. Concerts generally split up into a mosh pit and a general seating area, so anyone who's looking to get pushed around can find the pit themselves. But yeah, if one of my classic bands came around town, I'd take 50 punches to the face just to hear them play.

    They're fun games that have a huge map (which is mostly useless when traveling because everyone warps between cities) with a TON of sidequests. The main quests are always quite short, but it's everything you can do after that's fun. I'm personally more interested in Fallout over the Elder Scroll series, but they both play similarly. I have Fallout 3 still on XBOX and I love it. I don't really play PC anyways.

    Hey, don't make it sound like I'M the one who made them search for it! Maybe they were looking for some images to use in their next science proje-
    Wait, what?
  6. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-12 18:13
    Hiroi Sekai
    That's what they said about jaundice, the black plague and any other disease that sounds like it incorporates a colour into its name. xD

    Oh my, that sounds interesting yet somewhat difficult to just sit and watch. I'm absolutely terrible with amputations lacerations- stuff like that. That case sounds absolutely terrifying; I'd hate to be that patient or assistant.

    Yeah, too hot and I'm shoving my face into a fan to try and get some heat out of my hair. Too cold and I'm shivering under a blanket all day. Either way, you just don't want to head outside, which becomes a problem. I don't mind the style either, but our city's known for its metal fandom. Lots of ring wearing, long hear bearing, axe guitar playing folks who are constantly looking for metal concerts to travel to.

    To be honest, I like Bethesda games like Oblivion and Fallout, so Skyrim does interest me. However, $60 for any game is meh for me, and I was hoping it didn't cause side effects like delayed episodes. Aw well, at least I had Working to watch today. Hopefully the search terms don't get too damn creepy.
  7. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-12 15:26
    Hiroi Sekai
    That DOES sound pretty damn epic. I'm really not a big fan of that "losing" a leg thing though; it's not a simple operation, it's a "get gangrene, cut it off and cauterize it yourself" deal. >.<

    Ah, that's good to hear; nothing worse than extreme temperatures of any degree. Metal-heads around here are decently plentiful and do sport longer hair; I'm quite confident I'm NOT like that.

    Yeah, this is slowly losing its punny charm. We'd best find a new topic before all things go to hell.
    Please...someone stop me.

    P.S. So yeah, Working gets subbed before iM@S, what is this sorcery? Apparently the subber for iM@S was captured by the evil Skyrim. Still, that was yet another fantastic episode of Working.

    P.P.S. Well, I promised...we've got a search result for "Inami molester" this time. I'm sorry, I wasn't the one who made the world this way...
  8. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-11 23:06
    Hiroi Sekai
    Ugh, that doesn't sound like the life for me. I think you've got an accurate description of the internet there, I think.

    Ah, I see. I'm not too knowledgeable on temperatures from other areas, but it sounds quite complicated indeed. I'd much prefer my hair to be shorter; long hair on my head often times bothers me. It just feels easier to do everything with less hair on top of my head.

    There's a few ghosts and souls escaping, burning people and whatnot, but it's nothing to get troubled over. Gotta keep up our "spirits", you know?
  9. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-11 22:08
    Hiroi Sekai
    Those poor pirates. They pillage and plunder for a living and what do they get? A horrible disease.

    So are mine. It's not too much fun in the summer, but here in British Columbia temperatures stay a nice neutral-ish while getting slightly colder and hotter for the appropriate seasons. Dark blond hair, you say? That sounds pretty damn awesome; I can see the length killing you in the summer though.

    Well rounded indeed. <--- That's not a figure joke or anything, promise. I love when Kanade steals her guitar and she chases after her in a rage. xD

    I know, right? Definitely no precautions against possible apocalyptic threats.
  10. Hiroi Sekai
    2011-11-11 18:31
    Hiroi Sekai
    Yaaarrr, that be scurvy, mate! They definitely didn't have much at all in terms of nutrition, did they? I'm sure alcohol doesn't quite fill the quota. I absolutely love fish since it's one of the few salty things in life that is actually good for you. Mackerel, salmon, cod, halibut, you name it. Still, it's okay if you don't like it- there are many other ways to get Omega 3 fatty acids and whatnot. Seafood's amazing too; we live right near some of the freshest waters ever, so seafood's lovely here.

    Intense sunlight I'm bad in as well. I have naturally thick and jet black hair, so it soaks up the heat rays like crazy; itchy head season all around. Barbecues are amazing though for sure.

    She's just an adorable character all around. Tries her best to be ditzy and upbeat, but has to balance out her crazy and wild side as well. She's also badass when she picks up that Gibson SG Special; only a few can harness that guitar's true powers.

    We've satisfied the three conditions to open the portals of hell. I'd start running now.

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    An all-around nerd. Interested in science, history, religion, music, language and stand-up comedy.
    In line to confess his sins.
    Anime, Movies, Horror fiction, Dungeons and Dragons, Attempting to learn, Occasional gaming
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