I forgot about her. I must have really pushed the horrible experiences of Future Diary in the recesses of my mind. I second Yuno Gasai.
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Thanks for the info. I like the dub in Attack on Titan. I was pretty good with them except Mikasa. Just need some time adjusting to her. During her speech, she trembles around 00:30. It felt weird to me. I guess I'm nitpicky. In the sub, she was authoritative and never back down.
You're lucky that you took Japanese. I only took Chinese and Spanish (2 years each) in high school. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to carry on with Spanish. My high school teacher urge me to take classes and warn me that most kids forget, and it's harder to relearn everything. Yeah, I forgot a lot of them. I feel so ashamed, but I could not get into those classes.
That has to do with the translations. When you literally translate something, it doesn't make sense. Sometimes, there is no word that translate into another word between languages. Trying to think of examples. I would say honorifics or pronouns, but I can't remember.
Yeah, you're right. I'm thinking of how to use the age survey and Where are you from? thread to paint an image of Anime Vice's demographic and make something out of it. One of the folks PM me a link to Alexa. So far, it's the 18-30 range. However, we got specific countries listed in that thread.
I'm not a brony. I just went into this thread to mess withwho's Missing in Action. I admit I like the name Apple Jack because it was the name of one of my favorite cereal. Wow, the audience of Brony Con is like Anime Expo's audience.
Another purpose of this poll was to see if Anime Vice's community was aging or not. I had this weird theory that after the sale out, we lost a lot of young folks. I felt Tom Pinchuk and Sam Weller's best audience were older folks.
Here's my guess that the one feature that attracts the most young folks under 18 is the battle forums. For wiki editing, I seen more older folks. In contrast to wikia especially Fairy Tail Wikia, their wiki editing group is mostly high school folks.
Sorry, I messed up the age range. Wish I can edit the poll. I would have deleted it, but repost it. Now, it got 7 votes. I feel it mess up the new poll's votes. Didn't want to alienate and make folks feel too old.
I knew I was missing something. Thought I lumped images with wiki editing. I forgot about the list feature. Good eye. It's too bad I can't edit the poll. I was thinking of aesthetics back when Othus12 mentioned in his Battlation interview. I felt was vague.
Yeah, I forgot about what Taichokage said. A lot of outsider folks said our community doesn't talk about Anime or Manga. They are fan run, riddled with battle threads and forum games, etc.
It's ironic that they say fan run when all sites are pretty much run by fans. I consider staff and mods, every day folks who are nerds like everyone.
I messed up the age range.
19-30 would have been a better range. I have to mention in the notes since it has a significant effect.
Oh, I forgot we have users after the Whiskey Media Sale Out. During Anime Vice's birth, this site used to be part of a family of sites that caters to these main interests: Comic Books, Video Games, Anime, TV and Movies, and Technology.
Didn't mean to comment on those sites. Was about to edit them out. You caught me. I still hold some grudges, but I try to be open minded and forget the past.
Those misconceptions came from outside communities, not just Comic Vine and Giant Bomb sites, that Anime Vice was a dead site. The black sheep in the Whiskey Media family. Though, people tend to use red haired child, but I don't understand the reference or like using it since it feels racist.
During the closure of Screened, a lot of folks were making ill comment about Anime Vice and Screened rather than thanking and praising Final Dasa, Acura Max, Callum, MrMazz, CherryBomb, and countless others for doing the best they can in maintaining Screened. These old misconceptions kept coming back from the dead. I appreciate FinalDasa, Hailinel, Turamblar, and others defending the two sites and correcting them. I feel none of our comments change their views.
I never understand why we have segregation based on interests that makes us proud. We are all nerds. There is no need to bash on someone's interests as long as it's not harmful.
Wheaton's Law applies to games but everything fans are interested in.
All of the things that make us weird and strange in the real world.
Those things that people tease us for loving.
Those things that we seem to care about more than anyone else at work and school.
Those things make us who we are.
And when we are at PAX, we don’t have to hide them, or explain them, or justify them to anyone.
We have come here this weekend because just playing games isn’t nearly as fun as playing them together, surrounded by thousands of people who love them just as much as we do.
If you want to read, here are the two threads in GB:
Purpose of this poll is to gauge community interests for a new project I'm doing, Trends in Anime Vice.
You don't have to reveal your age. It's all anonymous for the sake of the poll. I consider that as sensitive information especially the younger folks below 18. I wish Anime Vice has the ability to add more to the OP to elaborate the purposes of one's questions.
I had another crazy idea in Anime Vice. It's inspired by the cultural interviews I carried out back in fall 2013 (see An Entire World of Anime Fans! -- THE VICE PIT). This project is Trends in Anime Vice. I'll be doing a lot of survey polls during this month. The purpose is to gather information on the community after seeing misconceptions from outside communities about Anime Vice during the closure period of Screened.
I want to correct their image of our community and to make future projects to expand our audiences, nationality, age, and gender across different factors. To increase awareness and make a better community, so the forum activity, wiki, reviews, etc can increase.