Re: A long, tedious introduction
- --- In Yuricon@y..., tasukibeth@c... wrote:
> > *grins* Hey, I'm the Yuricon chibi lesbian catgirl mascot, and
> > I'm bisexual too. ;p (Hell, I have a boyfriend... >.>;) The trickis to not
> > let the fanboys know this ;)I was
> OMG, that story Vera told about misleading those poor, drunken men--
> laughing my ass off! And luckily I don't know too many fanboys, andthe ones
> I *do* know tend to be femmier than I am and not particularlyimpressed with
> the circles I hang with.oh yeah.
> > I do it all the time, don't be embarrassed ;p um, what else...
> > Knowledge of the anime everyone *else* has seen is not mandatory(don't
> > worry... we can be unknowledgeable about Noir together. ^~;;) So,yeah,
> > have fun being non-lurker-y ^-^ It's a much more activelifestyle, I find ;p
> >little slow
> > -Alex
> I really want to give Noir a chance, but the first episode was a
> moving...I just didn't feel inspired to watch more. BUT I WILL!Hell, it
> years of nagging to finally get me to see Evangelion, but now thatI am, and
> am glad I did.Ah, yes. EVA is life. EVA is death (and rebirth). EVA is...well,
EVERYTHING, as far as I'm concerned. It's the one series that I
actually buy into the whole merchandising bit. All told, including
my videos, DVD singles, DVD box sets (domestic and Japanese), 8
different copies each of EoE and D&R (all different
formats/publications...just recently bought the French Manga
release...ask me sometime about how shady that deal was), toys,
patches, books, programs, models, cosplaying, etc., I've probably
spent over $3000. You've definitely landed yourself in an anime with
a LOT of potential for obsession. ^^;
Anyway, welcome aboard, fellow person-who-lives-in-Silicon-Valley.
Are you misplaced? Do you hate it? Argh, California sucks.
- lol, well I'm in California, so it'd be a bit of a trip. Actually,
though, my family used to go to Maine every summer and I loved it,
so I'll probably end up going to college some where in New England.
My uncle lives in Vermont, so I've been looking at a lot of schools
n" you should really check it out. new england is great. i love it to death
(well, almost...). it's a tid bit cold and the winters can be harsh, but i
figure if i can survive the winters with my near-constant attacks of
raynaud's disease, than anybody can. besides, it rocks. people tend to be
nice and it's oh so pretty. *rants and raves incoherently for about an hour
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