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  1. Mystify
    October 18th, 2013 7:48 AM
    I noticed you visited my profile, just thought I'd stop by and say sup.
  2. Honest
    October 16th, 2013 4:32 AM
    ****ing thank you, mate ;D
  3. Hyzenthlay
    October 14th, 2013 8:31 AM
    You would fully understand if you held one in your hands when it was two weeks old. ^-^ gmregnjjker it was just a cuteness overload!

    I haven't listened to that one in a while!

    Haha, yes, I play Mortal Kombat. :D At least I used to, before I was burdened with this ol' Dell laptop. ;-;

    Not many people would. :P But I do enjoy it! The violence doesn't bug me or anything.

    Yup, I listen to him. c: Quite a bit!

    Okay, wait, so... Your a gamer, you listen to Marilyn Manson, Three Days Grace, you really like Vulpix and Gengar, you play Mortal Kombat, and Far Cry II, which you go for stealth kills in, and you knew what I was talking about when I mentioned Paul.
    And regardless of the hardcore/epic things you like, you seemingly have a positive outlook on life.

    Okay, by the logic of people I usually end up talking to at lenght, you must be:

    1 - Not real.
    2 - Actually a dude.
    I don't know how to respond to this at the moment. :P But I assure you that am not a dude, haha. I'll take your above VM as compliment, though!
  4. XIII
    October 13th, 2013 6:35 PM
    Ahahaha, no problem? :p

    Yes you really love bees. o.o

    What classifies a bee as "domesticated"? The bees that have been "trained" to live in man made hives?

    I like bumble bees because they're so fluffy and cute :)
  5. Kotone
    October 13th, 2013 3:23 PM
    it's okay.
  6. Esper
    October 13th, 2013 8:40 AM
    That's an ambitious goal. I remember reading about an Indian man who went on a walking trip across the world who only relied on help from strangers. Even in Pakistan, India's biggest rival, he found lots of friendly people. I wish I could remember more of the details. But that does sound like the journey of a lifetime.
  7. Esper
    October 12th, 2013 8:38 PM
    Hokkaido is much more of an outdoors kind of place to be, and not in the sunny beaches sense. Plus they don't have some of the more historical stuff around so any of that kind of tourist who would even think of going to Japan probably would go to Kyoto or Tokyo or somewhere else. You have to either like snow, or hot springs, or just have more info at your disposal to even consider Hokkaido in the first place.

    Not everyone, but in towns that rely on fishing there's competition with Russians since some of the islands nearby are disputed. I don't really know the details, but every now and then you'll see some person or some sign advocating the return of the Kuril Islands which Russia has had since WWII.

    So anyway, do you have plans to travel in the future?
  8. XIII
    October 8th, 2013 3:11 PM
    I don't mind large words. If I don't know what one means I can just easily look it up, you'll never know anyway ;)
  9. Esper
    October 8th, 2013 9:27 AM
    Not so much. The only international airports on the island are ones that fly to China, or Korea or nearby places so you don't get the same types of tourists as you get in Tokyo. Oh, but it's pretty popular with Australians because of the skiing. And in certain towns you might find some Russians because of the fishing areas, but lots of people there don't like Russians. If you say "I'm American" or Canadian or whatever they'll usually be pleased and glad to meet you since they're relieved that you're not a Russian. I'm exaggerating, but not a whole lot.
  10. Kotone
    October 8th, 2013 7:30 AM
    lol late reply there.
  11. Nathan
    October 8th, 2013 12:36 AM
    Also people who aren't lazy.
    Hmm, I dunno. We'll see.
  12. XIII
    October 7th, 2013 7:34 PM
    Well, you see, take the family Chamaeleonidae. The different genuses can't mate, they're too different. From family to genus, from genus to species, the differences would be too great to breed different species.

    Take Chamaeleo calyptratus and Furcifer pardalis.

    Both Chamaeleonidae, but different genus (chamaeleo/furcifer) and different species (calyptratus/pardalis).

    Technically just because they're in the same family doesn't mean you can breed them.

    BUT if they were the same genus, possibly they're similar enough to mate! Take Furcifer oustaleti (Malagasy giant chameleon) and Furcifer pardalis (panther chameleon) for example. Both are similar enough to each other to mate.

    Bees I assume is the same issue.
  13. Nathan
    October 7th, 2013 6:09 PM
    I guess I'll finish my web design course before tackling C++.
  14. Nathan
    October 7th, 2013 6:00 PM
    01000100001111000<--that's how they think.
  15. XIII
    October 7th, 2013 5:53 PM
    I would just collect rollie pollies, earthworms, snails, and possibly attempt to use fungal spores already growing on something.

    I would breed just regular honey bees and then release them once old enough to fly

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