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  1. [FONT=Arial][COLOR=DarkRed]I usually eat instant ramen after cooking it in the microwave. I break it up while it is still in the package, put it in a bowl, cover it with water, then put it in the microwave for three minutes. It never gets cooked all the way but that's how I like it. Sometimes I even eat it raw. :animesmil I actually have never eaten non-instant ramen. What is that like? Oh yeah, and my favorite flavor is teriaki.[/COLOR][/FONT]
  2. [COLOR=DarkRed][FONT=Courier New]That's kind of weird, I think, that they would no longer offer the extra points. They haven't messed with the AP classes at my school. I had the impression that when you took an Advanced Placement course, and you passed the test at the end of the year with a 3, 4, or 5, you got six credits that mostly every college considers credit for whatever subject you took. So, I don't understand why you'd say that colleges don't care about AP credit. Am I missing something here? Who told you colleges don't consider them?[/FONT][/COLOR]
  3. My favorite thing about Christmas is singing carols to and about Jesus. And that leads to a tradition that my church family has. On the second Sabbath of every December, we have our Cantata, which is a huge Christmas program with a big choir that I try to be in when I can, narration of the story of Jesus's birth, a live nativity, a children's choir, prayer, congregational Christmas hymns, and various talented musicians. Our 34th annual Cantata was yesterday night, and it was so cool. :D We had a 52 voice choir (including myself), which is the largest we've ever had. And part of the
  4. [FONT=Courier New][COLOR=DarkRed]I must first mention that I am not an expert on religion or on Christianity, of which I am part. I do not know everything, so if I have made a mistake, please argue your point against mine. :animeswea The comments posted so far in this thread have inspired me to do some studying of the Holy Bible and some reflection on my own philosophy. I have derived six questions from the first post of this thread that I felt obligated to try to answer, as a Christian woman: [B]Are we in the final days of Earth?[/B] The "final days" of Earth can be interpret
  5. [COLOR=DarkRed][FONT=Courier New]If I could change one thing about my life, I would make myself more confident; I have thrown away so many once-in-a-lifetime experiences because I was too much of a coward to express my inner feelings and talents. I have also been embarrassed for things I did not need to be embarrassed for, because I thought very lowly of myself.[/FONT][/COLOR]
  6. [QUOTE=Pumpkin][SIZE=1] Most teachers assumed my real name was Katherine and when they saw [i]Katie[/i] on roll call they would always stop and ask if I wanted to be called by my real name. It takes me ages to explain to them that I'm not a Katherine or Kaitlyn and that Katie is my real name and not just a nickname. Either that or they call me Kate. How I dispise that name. [/SIZE][/QUOTE] That happens to me too. My name is Luci, but everyone seems to think that my full name is Lucille. I think that names are interesting too, and it is kind of cool to study people's name
  7. Once upon a time, when I had cable, I used to watch anime all the time. (Now I hardly get any. :( ) But, anyway, I used to watch Dragonball every day. Then, I started to dream about it all the time. I know it sounds dumb, but I dreamt that I was like in the middle of it and stuff like that. It was craaaaazzzzzy. :wigout:
  8. Just because there are no biblical or Christian references in an anime doesn't mean that the anime does not teach Christian values. Despite the vast differences between Shintoism and Christianity, the religions have many of the same values. I have learned many good things, that I have even discussed with people at my church, from anime that have nothing to do with Christianity as a religion at all.
  9. I don't get revenge. Revenge is for the Lord. You would do well to keep that the last thing on your priority list. Forgiveness will give you more relief than revenge.
  10. I still have my blankie. It's Precious Moments, and has a picture of a swan and a girl on it and little pink and yellow flowers all over the rest; it's really cute. I don't still use it though. My sister is 27 years old, and she still has her blankie, and she uses it too. It's crocheted in beige and green and pink. Her aunt made it for her when she was a baby, and she's used it ever since. It's falling apart now. It has so many holes in it that it doesn't even look like it ever was a blanket. She even bought a special bag for it so that she could wash it in the washing machine and
  11. Look, you're definitely not the only one who has a hard life. I mean, I don't know what you're going through right now, but I know that everybody goes through hard times, some more than others. Sometimes bad things happen to people, and I understand why you want to hear about other people's problems, and that you just want to know that you're not alone. I'm telling you, you're not. There's a lot going on around here too that would normally make a person crazy or depressed or something.(I'd tell you about it but I don't feel like causing a bunch of contoversy.) The point is, I just d
  12. [B]The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan[/B] is so far an excellent story. I have been completely immersed in it. I'm on book three right now, [B]The Dragon Reborn[/B]. Now, Jordan definately isn't the best writer in the world. (Definately not as good as Tolkien, in my opinion.) However, his unique style has captivated me. This series is very complicated; there is a lot to it, and there is a lot the reader has to remember to understand whats going on. (For this reason, the glossary included in the back of the book is quite handy.) It is pretty much impossible to start
  13. Recently I have really been getting into pirates and ships and the ocean and stuff like that, and I have been looking around in the local libraries for pirate stories, but I can't seem to find anything. This must partly be because I don't know where to start. So if you have any recommendations for me I would appreciate them. I really just want to read a good pirate book with adventure and fighting and stuff, you know? Do any of you know a good pirate book I can read or an author that writes pirate stories?
  14. Here's a banner I just made. I'd like to see people's comments on what they like or what they think I should improve or whatever.
  15. here's a new sig i made. can i get some opinions on it?
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