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  • Banana_Crunch

    The pandas are back in town! Dancing frenetically to groovy funky beats and crazy rock chords! http://hottomusik.tumblr.com/ Fresh New Music everyday for your ears' indulgence!

    3 Nov 2012 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    Yo, are you still there? I sent you a short message on MAL.

    10 Giu 2012 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    I replied on MAL

    27 Gen 2012 Rispondi
  • xclairdelune

    jajaja xD la tuya igualmente por algo tenemos compatibilidad excelente no crees xD

    26 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • xclairdelune

    :D

    23 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • uhuli

    Hi, Krokodil - 1970 - The Psychedelic Tapes: 01 - The Creator Has A Master Plan 02 - Stehaufmädchen Part 1 03 - Marzipan (Live) 04 - Stehaufmädchen Part 2 05 - You're Still A Part Of Me (Live) 06 - Stehaufmädchen Part 3 07 - Odyssey In Om (Live) 08 - Raga Schöne Grüße, Uhuli

    21 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    By the way, I'm back on MAL. I edited my profile and I have some reasons for doing so on it.

    12 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    Are you still there?

    21 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    13. ...nature of languages in my desire for more efficient communication. Still, I still love people and being with them despite how often I am not. I know I have written a lot. It has been a while, but I enjoy doing this.

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    12. ...again in the future. I just don't know when that will happen. The one I read a month ago is called "Weathercraft" by Jim Woodring (and I only read it because another of my roommates told me to). Only time will tell. On a different note, the same girl I told you about who was kicked out of three high schools is taking next year off from St. John's and going to study Chinese in China. She said she's interested in the philosophical implications of the language. This reason was off putting to me for a while because my interest in languages is to talk to people. One of the reasons why I want to learn Chinese is so I can communicate with almost 1.5 billion more people and have the opportunity to learn about each and every one of them. Despite how quite and how much I keep to myself, people fascinate me and especially different cultures and how people live. But I'm warming to the idea of studying a language purely for an intellectual exercise because I find myself thinking about the...

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    11. I don't why I said that, but I felt like mentioning it. I don't know if I've given up manga yet. During this summer, I realized that I really enjoy well animated things but am frustrated with what I'm watching. I started Aria but has since dropped it since it bored me (don't get me wrong, I loved the pacing. I just didn't care for the characters). I watched Summer Wars and didn't think much of it. I liked Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honneamise but didn't think it was as great as I remember. More importantly to me, it made me realize that I'm focusing so much on finding meaning in the details that I often forget about the large picture (which is where I found meaning the first time I saw it). Anyways, I'm probably going to go back through quite some of the anime and see if I still enjoy them. I probably have left comics behind since I haven't really sat down to read one in almost two years (with the exception of a short silent one-off one a month ago). I'll probably pick it...

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    10. My Korean friend doesn't have the mask at all and he doesn't really consider himself Korean. Though he may be ethnically Korean, he acts completely American (despite often being anti-social) and his mannerism is more American then Korean. Sometimes our conversations turn towards him ripping on the fakeness of Asian society (especially Korean society). In general, I got the same impression of it at first. But I enjoy attacking that mask in front of them not in a serious manner that I feel like it has been slowly chipping away since coming to the US. How was living with the two Japanese girls? Somewhat related to anime and manga, but I've become friends with a girl from Vietnam who has a personality that reminded me a lot of anime stereotypes. She is cute but very airy, has a high voice, and overall quite awkward (which is made even more by her poor spoken English). I can't take a lot of her at once and it took a while before I got used to being around her.

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    9. I've talked a lot with the girl from China I lived with (but she went back to Shandong for the rest of the summer). I didn't get the exact same impression of Asian people as you did. The girl actually studied Law at a school in China for two years becoming to St. John's. While living with her, she spent most of her time holed up in her room (and she was the same during the school year). I told her that she spends too much time in her room (though my other Chinese roommate spends almost all of his time on his computer), she said that's normal in China. This struck me as a utterly strange and unsettling. I'm all for spending time alone, but the idea of that being a cultural thing is very disturbing to me. I don't enjoy partying, but seriously, I would hate to be in a place where most people keep to themselves. I realized that many of my discussions with Asians is about the mask you talk about where i directly address it in the form of asking about Asian society.

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    8. I'll have to learn a shitload of languages if I travel that much, but that is why I'm going to spend a lot of time on English grammar and linguistics this year. I was actually seriously considering about going into computer science and declared that my major before deciding to go to St. Johns. I wanted to because I wanted to learn a lot about computers. I don't care that much anymore. I highly respect your decision to drop out and move on. Of what you have told me, there is no way you are an inferior person in society. It's great that you are discover what you love to do. I've only meet two people from Japan (though one was actually raised in Los Angles and the other is actually white but grew up in Tokyo) and I don't really talk with them. But I am good friends with people from China, Vietnam, and South Korea. One of my best friends is a Korean B-boy and this summer I've been living with two people from China (and a girl from Nigeria).

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    7. That desire is less strong now, but still hasn't gone away. A combination of those two realizations made me dream about going to Asia. As much as I hate the Chinese government, I as especially drawn to China and also Korea (though oddly not Japan that much). When I got back to school, I started studying Mandarin with a few students from China. Of what I did, I focused mostly on pronunciation and a little on characters. The tones are so fucking hard. Like French, I gave it up when I got overwhelmed with schoolwork. I really want to learn the language because I want to spend 4 years teaching english in Chengdu (and if I don't have some grasp of Chinese before I go, I know I will taken advantage of). I'd love to spend a few years in a place and then move to another part of the world to teach. I also have my eyes on teaching in Croatia; a village on the northern coast of Japan; Santiago, Chile; Reykjavik, Iceland; and Kyrgzstan.

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    6. Another reason why I want to go back to St. John's is because I want philosophy and literature (which I engaged extensively with) to deeply influence my teaching style when I teach English overseas. I mostly want to be an ESL teacher because the job is always in demand and it gives my opportunities to explore the world. On a different note, towards the end of December, it randomly hit me (as simple as it sounds), but I found Asian girls really attractive. I don't know why I didn't think so before (which is strange because I'm half-Asian). At the same time, I also found myself extremely drawn towards really dense urban cities and want to live with masses of people. In the same way I love nature, which is being completely in awe and feeling extremely insignificant and humble in its face, is the reason why I wanted to go to those giant cities. Just instead of mountains and the solitude, it's the man-made buildings and hordes of people.

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    5. ...be a better reader, which won't be hard. I just have to continue reading a lot. I'm taking a summer writing class (which ends on Tuesday), but I've lost all care in it a couple of weeks ago. The readings I have to do are really boring and the class in general is uninteresting. I'll be taking classes during the year at the local community college in Santa Fe, but I sort of don't want to because I don't want to get bored. At least I'm working in a bookstore where I can take any book I want without asking. So I have plenty to read. Hopefully I don't get stuck in a hole during my time off. I really want to go to Hawaii and live with one of my best friends for a short bit. Ideally it would be great to work on the pineapple plantation on the island for the time. Anyways, I'm brimming with different things I want to do. There is some much out there and I don't want my laziness to get in the way.

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    4. Now that I'm out of St. John's, life has been better in two ways. First, I'm exploring Santa Fe and it's much better then life on campus led me to believe. For the first time I feel a part of the city and didn't feel removed from it like St. John's is. Secondly, I doing outside reading. It feels great because I don't have any pressure to analyze the work. I feel like I rediscovering reading after the intensity at school. I feel like I never read anything and simply attempted to analyze things. I completely lacked a dramatic sense when I read things. Anyways, I enjoying reading again. I still want to go back to St. John's, but my reasoning has changed. Now that I love reading (and I'm reading literature), I want to take the jump to being able to grasp the deeper meaning in the work. While I was grappling with the deciscion to leave, I was told, "the better reader you are, the better writer you become." Apparently, reading and writing are deeply intertwined. Which means that I have...

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    3. Looking back, I probably drove myself into a rut and was the partial cause of my academic problems. I kept telling myself that all I had to do was work harder at my writing by spending more time and energy to it. What sealed my fate was that I left open the question, "What do I work harder on?" Oddly, I asked myself that question quite a few times, but mostly in hysteria and never sought to answer it. So in my writing, I was completely directionless on what to improve on. It was extremely frustrating. My thoughts about writing also changed writing for the worse. I was often told that the writing at St. John's should be exploratory, but I still don't know what the hell that means. How is that any different from simply writing down what comes to mind. Where does direction and focus come into an exploratory paper. I'm so confused. But my frustration with writing destroyed much of class participation due to time (lack of preperation) and lack of confidence in my thoughts.

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pierre_Bezukhov

    2. Of me dropping out. As well as I seem to write, I'm horrible at writing academic papers and constructing arguments. I stayed in school until May when school ended, but I struggled through most of it. Unlike you who dropped out of your own choice, I was not allowed to come back (though it was implied that if I took time off and learned how to write, I could come back). I tell people I'm taking a year off to work on my writing, but I'm questioning whether I will return after a year. My dream (which I'll go into more detail later) has become to TEFL teacher in various countries around the world. And I would need a bachelor's degree to get it. I still want to finish St. John's College, but I'm not sure that will happen and I might graduate somewhere else. Though my writing was my biggest problem, I also rarely participated in class and I look back on my Freshman and Sophomore year with regret about wasting those two years away.

    24 Lug 2011 Rispondi
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