Blog stagnancy

I still can’t help but think, ‘what if Maison Ikkoku was remade with KyoAni and CLAMP designs?’

I’ve stopped writing about articles regarding anime for the past weeks because summer classes have already started. This means that the subjects taken in the summer period are representative of those taken in regular classes – the same topics to be discussed, the same number of exams, and the same examination coverage. There’s a big difference, however. In regular classes, one has a whole semester to deal with all the subject requirements; in summer, one only has a little more than a month to deal with everything. (At least that’s true for our school.) So at least I hope you guys understand the lack of updates. I still watch anime sometimes, although it now pales in comparison to the time I spend playing DotA. Not that I’ve gotten significantly better from my epiphany in becoming ‘good,’ (I’ve even had mediocre outings, especially as Mortred. Note to self: never place a blink dagger on Mortred, even if a lot of enemies are nukers.) but I’m still holding myself well, especially with heroes made to own (like Lich, Magina, and the like). Being a multi-faceted otaku is a hard job.

7 Responses to “Blog stagnancy”

  1. Ryan A Says:

    I don’t understand DotA or Mortred, but I understand time consumers. Fight them! Fight them with your might!

    and, then you’ll be free, I guess….

    Cheers ^^

  2. Michael Says:

    Haha. Thanks for checking me out. 😀

  3. zzz Says:

    Materials and Methodologies
    A. Predation
    Observing twenty-five generations of exploitative predation takes a lot of time, not to mention a lot of resources as well. It is also near-impossible to procure accurate data from all the factors involved when done as a study. What this experiment does, as an alternative, is to utilize a model that will more or less simulate what occurs in the wild through twenty-five generations of predation.
    The organisms used were eagles and tarsiers; eagles were represented by 7.5 centimeter squares of cut cardboard, whereas the tarsiers were represented by 2.5-cm squares of cut cardboard. The rainforest was represented in a 3-m by 3-m area.
    For the model to aptly work, each eagle needs to consume three tarsiers to survive a generation and reproduce one offspring. For every tarsier that survives the eagles’ onslaught, another tarsier is added to the tarsier population. How is this done?
    Within the ‘rainforest,’ the tarsiers are thrown randomly; the eagles are thrown towards the tarsier population with the attempts of it capturing some tarsiers. If no tarsiers are caught, the eagle that was thrown dies. For the experiment, instead of performing these tasks of doubling the tarsier population when they escape the eagle’s clutches and adding an eagle if it ‘consumes’ three tarsiers for twenty-five generations, the experiment was limited into only ten generations.
    The results were tabulated, and an equation regarding the graph that they produce is presented in the results.

  4. Afuro Says:

    Yep Michael, fighto~oh!

    I still can’t help but think, ‘what if Maison Ikkoku was remade with KyoAni and CLAMP designs?’

    You’re not the one who think that. I’ll always wonder what if classic anime’s such as Maison Ikokku or GTO or Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman were remade.

    But I like it the classic way. Classic should be classic. 😉

  5. shinji Says:

    Maison ikkou is one of my favorite mangas. Artwork was quite simplistic initially but it got better in later chapters. This is one the best manga out there. ^_^ by the way would u like to join it would be great if you and your friends could join. ^_^

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