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Hello again Moira!
About technology, my opinions about it changed ever since I watched John Plant's Primitive Technology videos. Yes, not exactly a huge fan of smartphones, iPads or anything that is subject to EMP.
As much I like nifty and expensive arc welders, but I rather have oxyacetylene tanks around in case of a geomagnetic storm. Nothing like robust WWI technology. Still, I would like to get my hands on the expensive, All-American Cobra torch but any American made torch will do.
I also can't forget about that Static Shock episode where Vergil lost control of his electrokinesis powers over sunspots. Before Static Shock was a thing, I wanted to be a cyborg, similarly to Ghost in the Shell characters. Prior to studying physics in detail and knowing about electromagnetism, that is.
So yes! Not exactly a technophille myself, but I would like to rediscover steam engines someday.
As for Amish people, I still see them being fond of Renaissance to Victorian age technology, but I agree, too much technology can be inconvenient.
Had my early adulthood friend not been Amish, then she would be seem like another American city girl, so it's cool. My friends living in other states suggested that living in America is hard. Especially this one friend that I know from Georgia.
It also helps to know how benevolent, humorous and compassionate Aquarians are like said early adulthood friend from Ohio. All of a sudden, I'm thinking about Rem Savarem and Milly Thompson. :)
I'm more into Sailor Jupiter by the way and I love her voice actress, Emi Shinohara. Yes, a lot of people know that she's married.
As for Evangelion, it's been several years since I last re-watched it and the 1997 movie sequel. I have another friend your age who loves it, a huge sci-fi and psychological nerd. My other friend, a Canadian, is a big fan of Misato Katsuragi by the way.
Anyway, thanks for responding and I got a lot of Calculus 3 left to study. Good thing I got this 80s calculus book in my paws. I also got a great deal of Trigun Maximum left to read.
Hello miss! So how are things over there in Ohio now? I haven't seen my friend from Ohio for 5+ years. She's an Amish now.
By the way, I once knew this babe from Oregon who loves Sailor Venus and she's like the same age as you. She also told me that she loves Evangelion.