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FireFlower

  • Finland
  • Joined May 7, 2007
  • 24 / M

Oh someone asked me to write here something so lets write. I remember it was VivisQueen who asked this. (^_^)

I'm 22 years old, a young adult, from Finland currently studying signal processing and information transfer technology in Tampere, University of Technology.

I started watching anime seriously in year 2006 autumm a bit after I started my studies in IT-Lukio. In 2007 autumm I had watched over 60 different anime shows and I tried to get 200 watched before 2008 autumm which I failed. I got only 190 watched. Now I have been busy with graduate work and studies, so I have not watched that much this year yet. Maybe 330-350 watched before end of the year 2009

I like really lot comedy, drama, sci-fi, triller, action and romantic anime. Pretty much everything then is ok so long it is not boring. Mostly comedy has been the best so far.

Well you can catch me in msn messenger if you want but there might be times when I'm ignoring you when i'm playing something or watching anime ;) ([email protected]) <-- I don't read this mail, so don't mail there.

You may post here how to improve my personal bio, things on mind, anime suggestions, or just ask something from me because I'm Jack of the all traits.

Here is my personal TOP 10, it might get changed in future but so far I have really liked these shows.

I'm not really reading manga (Okay I read a few series, but I'm not really into it.) Just reading Hajime no Ippo and D.Gray man because I was interested in the outcome. Also I have read Hikaru no Go manga because I wanted to know more than anime show and specials tell.


Reading more manga now when I joined my university's Anime & Manga club. "Herwannan Nykyaikain Teekkarien Animaatioiltamat" or as short: HeNTAi

Here are some things how to read my ratings from my watched anime list:

I will try make my anime rating list to appear much like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Normal_distribution. Hopefully this will give you an idea that in middle is pretty much standard anime, above them are more brilliant ones and below middle is not so good or just incredible crap.

And this pic below tells me how many sober days left. I stopped drinking alcohol summer 2011.

Days still Im allowed to drink again

Life on anime

  • 32 Minutes
  • 11 Hours
  • 4 Days
  • 2 Weeks
  • 5 Months
  • 0 Years

Anime ratings

  • 5
  • 4.5
  • 4
  • 3.5
  • 3
  • 2.5
  • 2
  • 1.5
  • 1
  • 0.5

145 total

Manga ratings

  • 5
  • 4.5
  • 4
  • 3.5
  • 3
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  • 2
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  • 1
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9 total

I adore these characters

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FireFlower says...

Messing with recaptcha :D

lim p->po yperift

Oct 22, 2011
FireFlower says...

Too much to be rewatched!

Oct 22, 2011
TaliaStar1316 says...

Wow-you've watched a lot of anime! ^.^I like most of your reccomendations (the one's I've seen anyway-haha!) :3

Aug 11, 2011
FireFlower says...

Ohi on!

 

Aug 1, 2011
FireFlower says...

Today left: 40 mornings

Holidays: 22

Camping: 6

Barracks: 12

 

Updating date counter:

http://tj.ryttyla.com/index.php?sera=II10&paika=362&hsl=

 

Soon it is "OHI ON 362!". Then I will take atleast 1 week break from everything and travel a bit around here and there.  Like visiting Estonia once again, maybe even go all way to Kuressaare where I worked 1.5 months as a trainee.

Also I found a very dear song from youtube in great piano version. Enjoy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsVvmOVldrw

 

Hopefully I can resume my anime watching very soon after I come back to home from FDF (Finnish Defence Forces). My reserve rank will be Corporal (NATO  based) or Sergeant depending how much recommendation I get from trainers.

So what I got from the army? A BECE-driver license along with driver profession qualification (EU directive), at least Corporal rank, lost 20kg weigth, got more muscle power and stamina along with a lot wisdom about life and too many mosquito bites in the woods. They say how much you come to hate the army but the true thing is you don't come to hate the army, you come to hate the trainers who lack the capability to make radical decisions and the balls to change planned schedule.

See you under the hot burning reserve's sun which shines always when men come back home.

 

May 29, 2011