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  1. 2 hours ago, viruxx said:

    My preference is that most or all of the episodes of a show are dropped and ready for viewing back to back.

    This is the way I prefer to watch anime series as well, I don't have the patience to wait a week or so between episodes ๐Ÿ™‚.

  2. 2 hours ago, Rebel Spirit said:

    Seems like that guy had anger issues, to say the least. Talk about breathtaking anger management issues. Reminds me of my dad. lol

    Funny thing was that he was the quietest and most placid person in the department, except when it came to losing at chess or after having had too many pints at the pub on Friday lunchtime when he always picked a fight with the two largest guys, it never ended well!ย  (no one actually got hurt or injured though, and it was fun to watch).

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  3. 2 hours ago, Soramee_ said:

    I love this anime! Btw itโ€™s from a visual novel

    Interesting to know it comes from a visual novel, but it doesn't surprise me that it does. The creators have done a good job of merging the various routes without it being too obvious.

  4. I've finished watching A Bridge To The Starry Sky. I found it a somewhat curious little series, the story revolves around two brothers who leave Tokyo to live in a small village in the country because the younger brother has health problems. The older brother makes quite a lot of friends at his new school, most of which are cute girls. But it's not really a 'cute girls doing cute things' series nor is it a 'harem' series as only three of the girls show any interest in the older brother, and rather than throwing themselves at him they do the exact opposite.
    The artwork and animation is good quality and with an interesting cast of main and supporting characters along with a good storyline I found that it made an enjoyable series to watch.

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  5. 9 hours ago, Rebel Spirit said:

    I used to play Chess, but I was a conservative player which I learned only later in life was a bad thing. lol So, I used to play, but I was never any good at it. ^^;

    I used to play chess when I was younger, it was very popular for a while where I worked, but I was never any good at it and almost always lost.ย  It went out of fashion mainly because there was one guy who was a Seriously Bad Loser, he didn't just tip the board over when he lost he launched the board and all the pieces into orbit and their various re-entry trajectories scattered them all over the room!

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  6. 9 hours ago, Rebel Spirit said:

    It's still embarrassing to admit I've never kissed anyone, being this old. lol

    Don't worry about it. I'm slightly over twice your age and I've never kissed anyone outside of my immediate family and I'm not embarrassed or bothered by it.

  7. 18 minutes ago, Rebel Spirit said:

    Ouch. Very reminiscent though of our situation. We just can't afford faster wifi or a better data limit when we're already paying a couple hundred for our current crappy wifi. Which baffles me. How can they make so much for such a crappy service? ><

    I guess they get away with providing a rubbish service and high prices because they have no competition in your area.

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  8. 45 minutes ago, Rebel Spirit said:

    I would if I could, but with our wifi we only get 15 gigs a month to use, and I think they charge us for going over the limit. But if I could I'd do it at the drop of a hat. lol God knows I want to.

    I feel your pain. My previous Internet account had a 20GB a month limit. I went over it once and my download speed was cut to a tenth of what it usually was, when I mentioned the drop in speed to my provider they said I had two options: 1. put up with the slow speed for the rest of the month, or 2. have my speed restored and pay extra for the data I downloaded. I went with 2 because I use my connection quite a lot and some of the things I use it for are important and I couldn't operate at the cut down speed.

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  9. All this talk of board games reminds me of the times I and a group of my friends would gather at one of our houses to play board games. It would always be the day before a Bank Holiday and we'd meet up at about 8 or 9 pm and play until 2 or 3 am, which is why it had to be a day before a Bank Holiday. I've no idea now why we did this, but we were young(ish) and somehow playing board games until 2 or 3 in the morning seemed the right thing to do. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  10. 7 hours ago, animechat said:

    I always playing Monopoly,but never be good in game.

    Monopoly was at one time the game my family played when we all got together every Christmas.

    It was eventually banned because it caused too many heated arguments, especially when someone built hotels on Mayfair and Park Lane with the deliberate intention of bankrupting everyone else. ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

  11. 7 hours ago, Nebulous said:

    Have you ever been on a forum without any rules at all?

    Was it a den of trolls?

    How did they manage the chaos?

    The closest I've been to a forum without rules were Usenet News Groups. The majority of which have no moderators, and yes there were trolls, but curiously, at least in the groups I was in, the members had a common agreement on what was acceptable behaviour. Trolls, sock puppets and the like were quickly called out and the error of their ways explained to them, if they persisted everyone just ignored them and eventually they got bored and went away.

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  12. 4 hours ago, Rebel Spirit said:

    Yeah she was. Funny thing was, we never fought. Nowadays I just try to be the person that she'd be proud of.

    Well said. That's the best way to honour the memory of a loved one.ย  With that attitude your sister would be proud of you.

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  13. 4 minutes ago, Rebel Spirit said:

    Yeah, growing up I'd watch DBZ a lot but when the androids came into the picture I saw me and my sis in them. Unfortunately, my big sis' passed away at the age of 26, just before her 27th birthday. She'd be 42 years old this year, if she was alive. So, at this point it's a sentimental connection to my big sis' (the android twins). I'll never stop missing her, that's for sure.

    This is so true. When a family member passes away you eventually get used to them not being there, but you never stop missing them.

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