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Huh. I just finished battling Ghetsis/Goetis and all that. It was a nice storyline, but what I really didn't like was the credit roll.
Yeah, that's right - a comment about the credit roll. After all that sappy talk with N, the more upbeat music of the credit roll just totally ruined the mood.
That being said, I actually tried defeating Zekrom, but it just stayed there, saying, "Catch me!"
I named it "Heian". This name has two meaning
I has one.
I named a Nageki (i.e. Throh) that I caught "Morishita" (森下) after the place it was caught (in the "down" portion of Pinwheel Forest), except that that has the word "shit" in it.
So now, one month after the release of the English Pokémon Black and White, it's time for yet some more introspection as to the fate of the Japanese names.
Now that the English names have had time to diffuse into people's minds, it's pretty much the case now that at least 90~95% of us are using them unequivocally. Then, there are the lonely few of us who still like the Japanese names.
To think, really, that scarcely a month ago, when we got the official name list for
Updated 9th April 2011 at 04:52 PM by Zekurom (Diffuse, not distill! >_<)
That's the Roman numeral for five thousand, which is the post number that I have now reached.
APRIL FOOLS! I'm one short.
But as soon as it does become valid, here are some interesting facts about 5,000: "Five thousand" is the largest number to have all of its letters different when written out in English.5,000 is the least common multiple of 200 and 625.When Family Feud first started, the daytime version offered $5,000 as prize
For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, see this website: http://www.tauday.com/
Simply put, it's a motion to redefine the circle constant that we all know and love as what's currently referred to as "2pi", or 6.28318530....
And frankly, I agree with it. e and pi are too close as it is. :D