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Bah, you know those paper dolls will be sold out in the first five minutes! You know it!
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2012 on Here are my plans for PAX at WWdN: In Exile
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I read all the notes. True story. I'm pretty new to your podcast so I'm not sure if it's just a thing, but your voice sounds very faint compared to the music and 'commercials' that you play.
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Your dog lied! He's not watching TV! He's totally watching your leg.
Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2012 on The Eternal Struggle at WWdN: In Exile
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I think the way I read helped me stay interested in books in high school, and perhaps I had teachers who also wanted us to think about what we read, instead of just parroting out facts. It's hard to say, it's been a while. I've always been known to devour books so when we had class reading, I'd usually have the book done in a day or two, then I could draw on my memories of the book to process what the teacher was trying to show us about symbolism or whatever. It meant my first experience with the book was one of "Oh, this is a good story" followed up with "Now it's time to think critically about the book." That being said, I read Moby Dick in 9th grade because I wanted to and I still cannot bring myself to pick it up again. I've tried to read other things by Melville but his writing style is not for me. Oliver Twist, which I also read in 9th grade, is getting better the older I get though. I enjoyed it then and I enjoyed it more now that I understand the language a little better.
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Ironically, I had already created a dual existence for myself on the internet years ago. I have a gmail account that I use for everything that I don't want my real name displayed (It has a nickname in the name field) and I created a second gmail account for my real name, to use for businesses and family stuff. When G+ came around, I signed up with both accounts. When I'm browsing the internet, I'm always logged into my nickname account but when I want to post something on G+ that's a little more personal, I switch over to that one. It always reverts back to my nickname account because that's my default. Kind of weird, I guess, but I like having the separation and switching accounts in Google is really easy.
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