Dāku Sheimu wa fukou daa.
As for Dark Shame, it is misforturne.
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影ピッチャーも、お誕生日おめでとう！ ☆*:.｡. o(≧▽≦)o .｡.:*☆
How can you hate Shimizu from Major? She's so adorable, ahh!! If it involves something that happens after Season 4 then don't tell me. Still watching this epic tale of baseball. :D
You haven't watched Kaleido Star yet, right? I know you were reluctant to watch it because of Lust's recommendation, but surely you can trust your light catcher's taste, right? It's basically like Glass Mask, but with acrobatics instead of acting. Check it out.
Oh, I've mostly been watching Chinese cartoons, reading mangoes, and studying. So basically, the same as always. I've also been somewhat keeping up with my cycling, in part because I'm participating in a century at the end of the month so I can't afford to let my muscles atrophy too much. Well, it's only 100 miles, so it'll (probably) be fine. Yeah, for a road bike I was either thinking red or completely white. The Cervelo is probably the better bike, but of course, that also makes it more expensive by quite a bit. It's the one I'm leaning more towards, though, so excellent taste, shadow pitcher.
Hehe, you know my masochistic tendencies well. Trust me, climbing mountains on a loaded bike is far from fun. I suck at climbing too, so that didn't help. I saw other touring cyclists just about every day on the TransAm, with the exception of early on in Virgina (because I left late) and when I reached Oregon (because I was ahead of everybody). Other cyclists, especially those headed East, had a lot of good advice on which parts of mountain passes would be most difficult, so I took their advice into consideration when I planned my rides. Most of my logistical decisions, however, were based on where I could find free lodging for the night. Things like Warm Showers, hostels, churches, and fire stations were a god-send, so thankfully the first time I ever had to stealth-camp was in Montana. I think I lost a bit of my sanity in Wyoming, frankly. After Yellowstone, I started really, really roughing it. I averaged 120+ mile days, only stealth camped, and from southern Montana to central Oregon, I didn't get to shower.
Yeah, the Rockies had the best view, by far. The Appalachians were really pretty when I was riding on the Blue Ridge Parkway, but beyond that, my visibility was severely restricted by trees. That actually made the Appalachians much more psychologically damaging though. You would start climbing some ungodly steep hill and not even see the top to know when it would end. The Ozarks were more or less the same. Going over McKenzie Pass on the Cascades was actually one of my favorite moments on the TransAm. After being stuck in the desert in central Oregon for hundreds of miles, you start climbing McKenzie that just has some pine trees and dry vegetation, then eventually the landscape changes and the ground is covered with mounds of volcanic rubble. After, when you descend from the top, you enter a rainforest and have a gorgeous decent for something like 60 miles. After that, it's pretty flat to the coast. I was so happy.
Ahhhh, my ever expanding backlog. I'm slowing chiseling out of my own completionist prison, really. Ah, well, at least I mostly enjoy my suffering. I managed to finish most of this season's shows, though I still have some left over from Spring. I'm reading that Korean web-comic thing Tower of God, which is pretty good. It bears a very strong resemblance to HxH, what with the techniques, classes, and the exam portion. I'm looking forward for the next cour of Mushishi S2, Kiseijuu, and YowaPedal S2. Everything else could swing either way, though most of it looks horrible. How was Glasslip? I don't know much about it other than it made everyone seethe with anger.
Hahahaha, how's your senior thesis going? You poor soul, you. What had you busy until just a few weeks before school? I hope you're playing all your new games. You can't be part of the Gamer's Guild without playing some vidya, right? By the way, there's a new Harvest Moon game coming out for the 3DS on the 31st of December called Story of Seasons. Are you going to get it? Nadi looks like the only appealing bachelor, though perhaps the others will be okay. At least there doesn't appear to be a Kise in this game (whew).