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  1. I surmise you've whatched Chunking Express by now. Alas, I have not! I've been binging through my Netflix account and trying to reactivate my forum life and stuff.

    There's some really good documentaris in Netflix, although with shocking violence. I think I'm in love. A lot of the channels that used to pass documentaries (History Channel, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, etc.) have turned into reality TV land, and I really don't like that so I'm in love. If you can stomach the violence, I recommend Inshallah, Kashmir.
  2. I'm not saying you're ashamed of childish things. To me, the quote has spoken more of a certain mindset. I don't know you, but to me it has happened way too many times that I think some things are too childish or beneath me, even though I really should know better and so, I do not read them, only for other times to enjoy them re-reading them again and again. The Little Prince is a book I really flip on a lot. I think it doesn't help that, if something was too saccharine, I was never able to enjoy it as a kid because I couldn't identify with that; while in a loving family such safety and disconnect from money concerns was not something I could readily relate to.
  3. "Critics who treat adult as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence. And in childhood and adolescence they are, in moderation, healthy symptoms. Young things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into middle life or even into early manhood this concern about being adult is a mark of really arrested development. When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up."
  4. I'm way behind everything, omg. I think I also have the last graphic novel of AtlA to read!

    It' great, isn't it? I love PersÚpolis. Granted, I only saw it as an animated film because I can't seem to get the graphic novel anywhere online, but I could instantly tell it was great. The Little Prince is a great book, although it does tak a certain mindswt to get through, I grant you. I lik very much this C. S. Lewis quote:
  5. OMG YOU ARE STILL HERE.

    Yeah, I'll read the LoK graphic novels, but pirated. No export for us and I don't have a credit card to get them online real legit.
  6. Ahh Cool.

    I'm glad we talked on serebii's again too. That was fun^^

    Its nice i got a new pokemon crush this year too xD

    I wonder how long that'll last lol female crushes i've had before korrina tended to not last very long....but i've liked her for like almost 7 months now o.o;; That's pretty cool xD
  7. Wow! Its been years!!! Hi tyler xD Its me, jirachu/zozo/trioxhydre/pachibakfoon Remember me?
  8. The "family finger song" is a very popular nursery rhymes that makes learning fun. Tags: family finger, finger family, family finger song, finger family song
  9. I haven't been on this for like 3 years sorry for not seeing this, and yes I do now.
  10. Could you message me over facebook? And my emails are always available.

    I don't like to discuss wikia on a site like this, due to many not understanding what wikia is, plus they take coppa very seriously. Just email me or message me over facebook.
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