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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

You are in the same boat as me, not being able to clearly point out the benefits of each. Only that I'm on the side of justice 'anime with depth' and you are on the side of cancerous filth 'anime without depth'.


FFS ME STOP BEING MAD.

Balance is what it's all about. And the position of the equilibrium point is completely up to your own preference, and you may find it shifting quite a bit throughout the seasons.

And besides, what I notice is that a lot of really bland cutesy slice of life can seem a whole lot deeper if you're paying a lot of attention. Often the animators have quite a bit of detail and art hidden in there. (though of course, this is not always the case).
post #49142 of 132570

So he likes shounen huh... lemme see...

 

E7

Kara no Kyoukai

Broken Blade

Gurren Lagann

Gundam 00

 

There are a few I personally like, but not sure what that guy likes though

 

I see you have K-on in there...

post #49143 of 132570
Listening to some enka right now (Meiko Kaji).

Pretty good. I'll keep it on when studying for a bit.
post #49144 of 132570

FUUUUU~

Minimum quantity for ordering resistors is 50... *facepalm*

oh well... they only cost $0.008 each....

post #49145 of 132570
All my multi quotes gone

@violin
Watch out
12 ohm dont work well with most amps.

@rikkub
Wait you asked me!!!!!???! -_- sorry

Im applying to:
GEORGIA institute of tech
Stevens institute of tech
WPI(worcester poly tech)
Virginia poly tech
University of mass amherst
University of conn storra
Central connectictut

@mechy
I dont need e11 with e07k. Same time trade is fine

I got 1820 and 26 composite

@graph
That is fast

@kalbee
Well hope you get what you want smily_headphones1.gif

Dam. You got me with the air heads smily_headphones1.gif

@eve
Lucky senior frown.gif
post #49146 of 132570
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post


Balance is what it's all about. And the position of the equilibrium point is completely up to your own preference, and you may find it shifting quite a bit throughout the seasons.

And besides, what I notice is that a lot of really bland cutesy slice of life can seem a whole lot deeper if you're paying a lot of attention. Often the animators have quite a bit of detail and art hidden in there. (though of course, this is not always the case).

That takes time though. Time that's quite frankly valuable to me, despite wasting it on anime, video games, and forums. And I have low tolerance for the kind of things that is common in bland cutesy SoL. Sure, some of it can be funny, like minamike, or... uhh... Hmm. Well shucks, I've ran out of things to present as example of. I could rely on you, and ImperialX, but there's still that gap of tolerances. So far my closest doppelganger of myself is Scamp, and second you. ImperialX is just that clearly more superior person than me, so his opinion weighs a lot to me too, even if his taste is 70% (maybe) different than mine.

Also no thoughts on my request for help?
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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

So he likes shounen huh... lemme see...

E7
Kara no Kyoukai
Broken Blade
Gurren Lagann
Gundam 00

There are a few I personally like, but not sure what that guy likes though

I see you have K-on in there...

K-On is there since that was before the mind revolution. I still haven't rewatched it fearing that whatever good memory I have of it will be obliterated by my new state of mind. And taste.

Gurren Lagann would be a bit too much boing, since he's Malay, if you know what I mean. Gundam 00 too has its share of voluptuous treasures but not as bad as Gurren Lagann though. Kara no Kyoukai? Hmm I guess.
Any more suggetions from others?
post #49148 of 132570
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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post


K-On is there since that was before the mind revolution. I still haven't rewatched it fearing that whatever good memory I have of it will be obliterated by my new state of mind. And taste.

Gurren Lagann would be a bit too much boing, since he's Malay, if you know what I mean. Gundam 00 too has its share of voluptuous treasures but not as bad as Gurren Lagann though. Kara no Kyoukai? Hmm I guess.
Any more suggetions from others?

 

You're saying as if I'm not a Malay myself. But probably I have much more "tolerance"

What's is genre anyway?

post #49149 of 132570
I recommend busou renkin
post #49150 of 132570
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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

Also no thoughts on my request for help?

I'm not one to recommend shounen to others, since that is one genre I hate probably even more than you hate SoL. I have extremely low tolerance for that, and to be honest, JoJo is already way too much in the shounen direction for me, and I would've dropped it if it weren't for your enthusiasm.
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@rikkub
Wait you asked me!!!!!???! -_- sorry

Im applying to:
GEORGIA institute of tech
Stevens institute of tech
WPI(worcester poly tech)
Virginia poly tech
University of mass amherst
University of conn storra
Central connectictut

That's a lot. I love the system of just applying to one uni and be 100% guaranteed you get in. Though of course I realize that that only works in smaller countries.

By the way, when I'm applying for me exchange to Japan next year, I also have to put a second choice on my list of universities. If I can't go to Kyoto, I plan to go to the US instead. Since you guys are probably way more knowledgeable about this than I am, which if the following would be good choices? Know that if I'm going to the US, I want to continue on with my current study, so the university has to offer 3rd year math courses.

I could also go to Europe or Asia, but when going to Asia language may be a problem, and I'd rather go a bit further off home than Europe.Though perhaps some Asian universities are actually a really good choice for English speakers, I don't know. Here's the full list.

Oh, and note that if your university is on that list, you can probably go to my uni on an exchange. It'll be fun. biggrin.gif
List of universities (Click to show)
Baylor University
Binghamton University - SUNY
University of California / Education Abroad Program (EAP) - 9 campuses
University of California - Berkeley
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Colorado School of Mines
Texas State University
University of Florida
University of Kansas
Kansas State University
University of Missouri-Kansas City
University of Nebraska at Kearney
University of Wyoming
University of Nebraska at Lincoln
University of Wisconsin (Madison)
University of New Hampshire
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Missouri University of Science and Technology
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Vanderbilt University
Washington University, St. Louis

Edited by Tilpo - 1/15/13 at 3:02am
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@Rikkun

 

I DARE YOU TO TAKE A UNI IN THE TROPICAL WEATHER!

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I got SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many animes to redownload (download a better quality/res), to catch up (finishing last season's and adding this season), rename and refile them, delete old and multiple files... and the list goes on and on... gonna be a busy night!

post #49153 of 132570
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post


I'm not one to recommend shounen to others, since that is one genre I hate probably even more than you hate SoL. I have extremely low tolerance for that, and to be honest, JoJo is already way too much in the shounen direction for me, and I would've dropped it if it weren't for your enthusiasm.
That's a lot. I love the system of just applying to one uni and be 100% guaranteed you get in. Though of course I realize that that only works in smaller countries.

By the way, when I'm applying for me exchange to Japan next year, I also have to put a second choice on my list of universities. If I can't go to Kyoto, I plan to go to the US instead. Since you guys are probably way more knowledgeable about this than I am, which if the following would be good choices? Know that if I'm going to the US, I want to continue on with my current study, so the university has to offer 3rd year math courses.

I could also go to Europe or Asia, but when going to Asia language may be a problem, and I'd rather go a bit further off home than Europe.Though perhaps some Asian universities are actually a really good choice for English speakers, I don't know. Here's the full list.

Oh, and note that if your university is on that list, you can probably go to my uni on an exchange. It'll be fun. biggrin.gif
List of universities (Click to show)
Baylor University
Binghamton University - SUNY
University of California / Education Abroad Program (EAP) - 9 campuses
University of California - Berkeley
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Colorado School of Mines
Texas State University
University of Florida
University of Kansas
Kansas State University
University of Missouri-Kansas City
University of Nebraska at Kearney
University of Wyoming
University of Nebraska at Lincoln
University of Wisconsin (Madison)
University of New Hampshire
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Missouri University of Science and Technology
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Vanderbilt University
Washington University, St. Louis

Schools for language differ from "well known" schools which is a problem. Many of those there are popular but for other things so we need to keep in mind that not only do we need to focus on language and liber arts but on the Asian languages too.

 

http://www.usnews.com/education/worlds-best-universities-rankings/best-universities-modern-languages

http://www.thebestcolleges.org/10-most-innovative-colleges-for-foreign-language-study/

 

And obviously, the top ivy league's top the list. Aim for state schools like Univ of _____ as Ivy league is very hard for even the best Americans to get into.

 

Conn college in my area and Amherst college are great liberal arts schools but not sure if they specialize in the languages.

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Schools for language differ from "well known" schools which is a problem. Many of those there are popular but for other things so we need to keep in mind that not only do we need to focus on language and liber arts but on the Asian languages too.

http://www.usnews.com/education/worlds-best-universities-rankings/best-universities-modern-languages
http://www.thebestcolleges.org/10-most-innovative-colleges-for-foreign-language-study/

And obviously, the top ivy league's top the list. Aim for state schools like Univ of _____ as Ivy league is very hard for even the best Americans to get into.

Conn college in my area and Amherst college are great liberal arts schools but not sure if they specialize in the languages.

Panda, learn to read.

I said that I want to study math if I go to the states.
post #49155 of 132570
Sorry frown.gif

General math? Any specific one or why? Getting a math degree here is usually a suplimment for maybe teaching, or science. Or sometimes engineering.

Our tuition are very very expensive. Are there no regional schools that fit?
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