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    Quote Originally Posted by Mintaka View Post
    LOL, that gave me a notification too, about ^ post XD
    Lol, at least I don't do big quote pyramids.
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    That thread will pick up activity in time. And some users gather questions rather than answer every time they're mentioned. XD
    just had an idea to mention all my bulbafriends. Could be a laugh.
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    @FABuLUSH!; Yeah, those big quote pyramids can make it difficult for others when viewing threads.

    Just make sure they don't mind being Mentioned usually. And that thread requires asking those you mention a question. It's a fun thread, it's why I chose to make a second version of it :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mintaka View Post
    @FABuLUSH!; Yeah, those big quote pyramids can make it difficult for others when viewing threads.

    Just make sure they don't mind being Mentioned usually. And that thread requires asking those you mention a question. It's a fun thread, it's why I chose to make a second version of it :P
    Of course. :) I Only started posting last night and I thought it was fun. Its a good thread :D
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    Default Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

    Good news, guys. I'm almost making sense out of Homestuck.

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    I've heard Homestuck so much lately, I'll need to google that :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Good news, guys. I'm almost making sense out of Homestuck.
    I consider that cheating on Pyra :P
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    I've heard Homestuck so much lately, I'll need to google that :P
    I'm not sure either xD
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    Sometimes I feel like just giving up on it, because it's seriously confusing and complicated. But Pyradox loves Homestuck and seems to able to understand it, so that's what keeps me going.

    I'm at act 4 out of 6 (and a projected 7) and I'm only now getting a basic idea of what it's all about. It's that confusing.

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    They say Homestuck gets better as it progresses. I read up to Act 2 and it's interesting.

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    Well if you don't like it, it's ok. If you like it, that's okay too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mintaka View Post
    They say Homestuck gets better as it progresses. I read up to Act 2 and it's interesting.
    It's a very interesting story, don't get me wrong. But when the kids enter the game (at the end of Act 3), it gets really confusing, mostly becuase it involves that confusing-yet-fascinating-yet-impossible-but-still-pretty-fascinating bane of sci-fi writers everywhere: time travel (DUN DUN DUUUUUN).

    The plot is well thought-out and it makes perfect sense when you come to understand it, but the trick is understanding it in the first place. Which is hard. I'm trusting it to explain itself to me later on.

    Quote Originally Posted by Parma View Post
    Well if you don't like it, it's ok. If you like it, that's okay too.
    I want to understand it, but it's hard to do so. That's basically my problem. I think it's a fascinating story, but I still need to grasp it. Hopefully I can talk about it with Pyra later today. Maybe she can help me get a couple things straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Sometimes I feel like just giving up on it, because it's seriously confusing and complicated. But Pyradox loves Homestuck and seems to able to understand it, so that's what keeps me going.

    I'm at act 4 out of 6 (and a projected 7) and I'm only now getting a basic idea of what it's all about. It's that confusing.
    Maybe give a short rest :) Whatever works for you.
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    Well if you don't like it, it's ok. If you like it, that's okay too.
    I agree, If i get a book and i feel its too out of my league or complicated or just uninteresting, I put it down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Sometimes I feel like just giving up on it, because it's seriously confusing and complicated. But Pyradox loves Homestuck and seems to able to understand it, so that's what keeps me going.

    I'm at act 4 out of 6 (and a projected 7) and I'm only now getting a basic idea of what it's all about. It's that confusing.
    Maybe give a short rest :) Whatever works for you.
    But you see, I'm painfully slow. This is the first time I've tried making progress on it in about a week. I know Pyra is boiling inside, the little voice inside her head screaming "READ FASTER, JACK, YOU DUMB-ASS".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    But you see, I'm painfully slow. This is the first time I've tried making progress on it in about a week. I know Pyra is boiling inside, the little voice inside her head screaming "READ FASTER, JACK, YOU DUMB-ASS".
    Just take your time :) Sometimes i can race through books whilst with others i slowly go through it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FABuLUSH! View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    But you see, I'm painfully slow. This is the first time I've tried making progress on it in about a week. I know Pyra is boiling inside, the little voice inside her head screaming "READ FASTER, JACK, YOU DUMB-ASS".
    Just take your time :) Sometimes i can race through books whilst with others i slowly go through it.
    I'm the same way. I read The Road by Cormac McCarthy in about three days, and I'm almost done with The Postman by David Brin, which I want to say I started in June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    I'm the same way. I read The Road by Cormac McCarthy in about three days, and I'm almost done with The Postman by David Brin, which I want to say I started in June.
    No shame in that :) At least you do read, lots of people nowadays would rather just sit and watch TV all day.
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