Let me start by saying that it has been a ridiculously long time since I have written anything here. Almost two whole years. Not terribly much has changed, or at least, it doesn't really seem like it. I will be moving to a new apartment soon, and I will have my first female roommate. I am excited about the prospect, and we are going to try to have a New Year's party in our new place. I had a reading list which I chose not to attempt to finish by 2014, but I have not given up on reading. I have simply found that there is no way for me to regiment my interests. They follow some mysterious pattern, or perhaps no pattern at all, but I cannot forc
It is extremely difficult to keep the motivation to go to class when there is no one standing over my shoulder, telling me to keep my grades up or "I'll take away such-and-such!" Sigh. I find that my concern for my mediocre, standardized education lessens with each semester. Northeast was a better school; they were better able to focus on their students, and I feel like they were less concerned with making money (since everything was cheaper...). The only thing that I'm really learning from my classes at UNO is Russian, which is easier than French at this point. Ya lyublyu govorit pa russky, eto horoshyi yazik. Ya hochu yezdit v russye. Um, a
Your first mistake was probably getting into the fandom at all. That said, I can definitely appreciate the irony that anime fandoms somehow haven't ruined you. I can count on my fingers the good animes I've actually enjoyed in the past seven years, and not a single one of them would I ever bother getting in the fandoms of. If they exist. Damn.