This is the Otakuite mman, hoping that everyone likes my site, although I don't have much to say in terms of my life and such. I do like anime and manga(otherwise I wouldn't be here) and I do believe that the manga versions of most anime are better than their anime counterpart, unless the anime came first. (I use parenthesis a lot.) I'll keep you on my fiends list even if you haven't been on or commented in a while(because Lord knows I've done that a few times...) Please use common courtesy and enjoy the site.
My japanese name is ŽR‰º Yamashita (under the mountain) —ƒ Tsubasa (wing).
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Saturday, April 19, 2008
I just happen to come here, and I find out LS is leaving MyO. My black background may have been an accident, but I shall leave it in mourning of lordsesshomaru. Goodbye, bro...
Monday, January 21, 2008
No School Today, Suckas!
Well, for me, at least.
The field trip went fine. The only (figurative) bumps in the road were when I fell asleep during a presentation at University of Arizona and had to stand up with Mrs./Madame(she teaches French) Loveland, who's in charge of the gifted program that I was going as a part of. Honestly, I was fine with it because if she had just woken me up and left it alone, I would've gone to sleep again.
The second bump(*BUMP* Ah! Geez...): Going up the mountain that led to the observatory. That was unnerving, but the view was amazing. When we got there, we ate dinner(they actuall provided it for us, which I thought was cool. Granted it was sandwiches, but...) and then the presentation started. After that, we went outside on a sunset walk higher up the mountain. Once there, we got to see the sunset across the mountain valley. Now I know exactly what "purple mountains" means.
And the final bump(*BUMP* Ouch! My ass!): As the night word on, it got cold(I mean, it was gonna get cold anyway; desert nights are VERY cold, but we were at a high elevation, so it got "huddle-up-for-warmth" cold). We had to be outside though, because the telescope was. I got to see Mars for the first time, even though it was still pretty small; I wasn't able to see the surface or anything, and it looked yellow instead of red.
I haven't even gotten to the actual bump... The girl I like was on the trip, but she spent most of the time(at U of A AND the observatory... and -oh, God- on the bus) in the company of another... Of course he was a dude, someone I knew, but not that well. As a result, I didn't say much and tried to avoid looking at them. I became emo for a while...
Other than those bumps, the trip was actually fun. I was out of the house all day, AND I was missing school, which is always fun.
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