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I see.
My condolences in that case, Panda.

*laughs*

 

(✌゚∀゚)☞

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The author has taken a personal liking to that sort of scene?

 

Meh, doesn't matter. I'm going to be honest, I thought that was a crappy scene.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

This is all you saw:

 
*fight*
 
Asuna clip show
 
*dies*

 

 

Maybe that may have been more dramatic if it were in SAO instead of ALO with the entire "you die in both worlds if you die in one" sort of thing but honestly, that was pretty lame.

Meh. AOTM is pretty pointless now to me.

 

Your spelling is horrible, I don't even understand how you haven't failed English class yet.

*laughs*

Same here.

Haha, that's how he should.

I can bet you most of his work IS like that.

You never did AOTM?

 

Yeah. IT more or less is. My A.P classes besides A.P Euro do not require any care of the English language. I write more in my history class than my Engrish class. And that is still very little.

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I see.
My condolences in that case, Panda.

Yeah, I admit I never paid attention to it. I just went with the assumption it will get better...

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(/゚Д゚)/


Well it's Pinkiepie, so I guess she kinda deserves it. Annoying brat.
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I majored in history briefly, and I'd say it definitely will require lots of writing. As for myself, I find that writing skills and language proficiency in general are directly proportional to the amount of reading done. And I mean "real" books, like literature or philosophical essays or things of that nature.

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I majored in history briefly, and I'd say it definitely will require lots of writing. As for myself, I find that writing skills and language proficiency in general are directly proportional to the amount of reading done. And I mean "real" books, like literature or philosophical essays or things of that nature.

I disagree. Writing a lot, even on things like forums, also works really well. Sure, reading helps, but it's definitely not necessary.
I have done close to zero reading of what according to you are "real" books, yet I believe my proficiency of the English language is not bad at all.

There are multiple paths to increasing language proficiency, and reading literature is just one of them.
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(/゚Д゚)/
Well it's Pinkiepie, so I guess she kinda deserves it. Annoying brat.

I posted that just for you :)

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Originally Posted by manveru View Post

I majored in history briefly, and I'd say it definitely will require lots of writing. As for myself, I find that writing skills and language proficiency in general are directly proportional to the amount of reading done. And I mean "real" books, like literature or philosophical essays or things of that nature.

Really? I talk history a lot and you never add on or say anything to my hisotry?

 

See, I have read way too much manga and not enough Netzche 

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I posted that just for you smily_headphones1.gif
Really? I talk history a lot and you never add on or say anything to my hisotry?

See, I have read way too much manga and not enough Netzche 

Who's Netzche? Some Latin American German?
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Who's Netzche? Some Latin American German?

I spelt it wrong but here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Nietzsche

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I spelt it wrong but here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Nietzsche

I knew who you were referring to. I mean, for real, who doesn't know good 'ol Nietzsche?
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post

I disagree. Writing a lot, even on things like forums, also works really well. Sure, reading helps, but it's definitely not necessary.
I have done close to zero reading of what according to you are "real" books, yet I believe my proficiency of the English language is not bad at all.
There are multiple paths to increasing language proficiency, and reading literature is just one of them.

 

Indeed. That's why I tried to qualify my statement with "as for myself." As soon as I stopped reading as much, I couldn't write as articulately or "flowery" anymore, no matter if I was posting online, writing essays at school or what have you. Reading works best for me personally.

 

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Really? I talk history a lot and you never add on or say anything to my hisotry?

 

Eh, it was only for one semester between dropping physics and transferring to my current school to do music. I don't have a great desire to discuss history unless I need it in order to make a point relating to the present or the future. Besides, I don't actually know it all detailed or anything, more recent or modern history especially. I used to sometimes read books, usually relating to ancient history, in my free time...I should pick them up again if I can find the time and patience. I got an amazing deal on eBay a few years back for all 11 volumes of Will Durant's Story of Civilization.

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Indeed. That's why I tried to qualify my statement with "as for myself." As soon as I stopped reading as much, I couldn't write as articulately or "flowery" anymore, no matter if I was posting online, writing essays at school or what have you. Reading works best for me personally.

 

 

Eh, it was only for one semester between dropping physics and transferring to my current school to do music. I don't have a great desire to discuss history unless I need it in order to make a point relating to the present or the future. Besides, I don't actually know it all detailed or anything, more recent or modern history especially. I used to sometimes read books, usually relating to ancient history, in my free time...I should pick them up again if I can find the time and patience. I got an amazing deal on eBay a few years back for all 11 volumes of Will Durant's Story of Civilization.

I want:

The people's history of the United States

 

 

I heard it was a fantastic book

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Huh, really? Leather pads quiet the midrange that much?
What degree are you planning on getting exactly?

 

I don't about any leather pads. Even though they don't actually fit, one day for fun I put the Jmoney Beyer pads on the AD2000s and clamped it on my head to keep it in place. The result was moar bass, moar treble.

 

The school calls it "music industry studies."


Or simple solution, get a pair of AD1000PRM, which have the AD1000 headband with far less clamp and more comfy. :P

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Or simple solution, get a pair of AD1000PRM, which have the AD1000 headband with far less clamp and more comfy. :P

 

I actually like firmly clamping headphones. The clampier the better :p

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Or simple solution, get a pair of AD1000PRM, which have the AD1000 headband with far less clamp and more comfy. :P

I don't think they are availble in our area.

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