I kind of wish we got some in-game footage showing off a new Disney World (Pixar confirmed!) or something though rather than a teasing piece of presumably pre-rendered footage.
I'VE BEEN DYING FOR KHIII. SERIOUSLY I WAITED SINCE MIDDLE SCHOOL.
[s]Crashing whomever's place when they get a PS4 and KHIII. Cause I'm too broke lol[/s]
Yeah I was totally happy about the PS4 having no used game restrictions as well. Cheers!
New Kingdom Hearts? Wow.
But you know, tommorow's New Smash.
When I have the money (and maybe when KHIII comes out) I'll buy a PS4.
Sony. You win. YOU WIN THIS E3!
T. K. O.
This just made my night.
Now I gotta buy this AND a Wii U.
Untill I get my grade I never know how well my tests went. Just like untill I get the test I never know if I've studied enough or not. That's the main thing that annoys me x)
Anyway, good luck!
Wow, you've just started exams, quite like me. It looks like we are really alike, except that I prefer not to blog about school :))
Except that we have a whole MONTH of exams, with only one every time, which is not every day.
Don't know what's better. Your school gives you summer break sooner, mine gives me more time to study...
You can do it! I know you can!
Thanks! It was on the various ways that students can fall behind in education and possible remedies to those problems. It ended up all right, so that's good. ^^
Originally Posted by Mizuhashi It's better than being stuck doing a group project, with your group members making you do all the work while they talk. Both you and Arcadia are extremely right. I have had similar problems this year because I was randomly thrown in a group with four girls and no boys. All they said was: "Dino, since you have better grades than us, instead of us downing you, help us up!". I would be normally pissed, but I'm introverted myself, meaning I can work better this way.
Glad it's now over, and everything went all right.
@FinalArcadia; Good luck with the project of yours. (What is it, by the way?)
That's something I like with college - most teachers will let me work alone even if they recommend that the project should be done in team because they understand that introverted students work better when they don't have to worry about their partners.
You think with their own life's experience that teachers/professors would know that when the students can form groups on their own terms that there'd always be a chance there would be an oddman out in those situations...
Story of my life otherwise, group projects just made me realize how detached I was from the others around me. And hey (for the sake of my grade) I actually went and walked up to groups asking if they needed an extra guy only to get a "no thanks/oh no, were full" as the answer.
If anything, group projects made me realize how much one person can accomplish if they set their mind to it. If not proving I get my best work done on my own. Though of course, this didn't make my teachers/professors happy with me.
Originally Posted by Mizuhashi It's better than being stuck doing a group project, with your group members making you do all the work while they talk. I do have to agree there. Few things are more awkward than just... sitting there in a conversation without really being in it. ^^;
It's better than being stuck doing a group project, with your group members making you do all the work while they talk.
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt The CSI: Miami reference flew right over your head. :I I know the show, but I was more confused what the reaction was supposed to signify. ^^; Originally Posted by Sputnik I'm having a very difficult time comprehending this, and I have read it about ten times. ._. You and me both, LOL. I guess it somehow was a result of misunderstanding between both of us of the whole "How long have you been here?" question.
But in all seriousness, I had a girl in one of my high school classes who thought the same thing... and I never corrected her, since it's not like I talked to her much anyway. XD
I have a Finnish name and no one thinks I'm Finnish and I have strange vocal mannerisms.
Originally Posted by FinalArcadia I'm... not sure how I should be reading this right now. XD The CSI: Miami reference flew right over your head. :I
I'm having a very difficult time comprehending this, and I have read it about ten times. ._.
Originally Posted by FinalArcadia I'm... not sure how I should be reading this right now. XD Like this: