Sr. Forum Moderator & Pokémon Master
Joined Jul 18, 2009 at 12:27PM EDT
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Just let me know you’re adding me (or remind me if I’ve forgotten like I’m apt to do,) and I’ll add you back.
- Pokémon X
- Pokémon Y
- Fire Emblem: Awakening
- Bravely Default
- Super Street Fighter IV
- Mario Kart 7
- Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
Possibly other games. I don’t even know anymore.Meaning there’s nothing here right now.
I already sent the user a warning. I got no response from them, so I assumed they understood it. So I’ve banned them for a few days. We can revisit it or talk about the suspension.
Thanks for being proactive, Platus.
Get of my lawn, and stop playing that hip-hop.
So I’m pretty straightlaced with a small dose of snark. So I guess you followed me, because I’m an old head then?
Thanks. I prefer to stay low-key, but I kinda like them too.
And yeah, X (and Black/White) did good jobs of actually creating a story and world where Pokémon is a bit more than the battle. A lot of JRPGs are the same, so you really need a neat world and story behind it to make it stand out.
I wake up in the middle of night.
They call out to me :I
How did you know ;_;
I think that keeping things that are generally “seen” as good will help to frame one’s mind to be about God’s Will. Letting your mind wallow in various states are less conducive to that, such as lust, rage, envy, and the like.
As for prayer requests, I think (well, I know) I’ve gotten into one of my funks, of sorts. So it makes it hard to, well, do anything. Wake up, eat, exercise, pray. The only thing I can really do with any regularity is sleep. I may be depressed to some extent, but it doesn’t keep me from going to work. I just hate doing it more than usual. So I thought I should pray about it and ask others to as well (or pray that prayer will be on my heart.)
1. People of most fandoms are very sensitive to perceived snark.
2. On the Internet, commenting “WHY” with something with tears indicates that you’re expressing sadness.
Combining the two = downvotes
Certainly. In terms of paying of debt, I can’t imagine the ministry isn’t great for it at surface level. So if you can receive a scholarship for something you were pursuing anyway, then why not?
Depends on how you feel about your “path” revealed to you, random coincidences, or some serendipitous in-between, but I’d certainly suggest it in any of those cases.
Once the episode airs, the spoilers from that episode aren’t spoilers.
Nothing is more terrifying than Wallmasters.
…Nothing is more terrifying than Wallmasters.
Oh, it’s no problem. I was glad you reported things to me. I just like helping, even though I’ve kinda been sticking to the shadows more over the past few months.
You mean your boner? :3
You’re not studying, and you know it.
I feel like I’ve seen a verse similar to this before (or perhaps I referred to it), but I think it means a child a child comes to Christ innocent, dependent by definition, and without a lot of the baggage that adults can. Adults get trained on being self-sufficient, confident (if not prideful), and with a lot of experience and personality tweaks from having to interact with the world.
I went to a friend’s church today, the the pastor was talking about worship (in the sense that everything you do should glorify God and have His Will in mind.) Some children don’t quite get what it means to act with decorum, so they could praise God and come to him without the experiences that adults have that keep us from praising as sincerely as we could. Perhaps that’s applicable to coming to Christ in the first place as well.
And I’ll just ask that God’s Will be done.
That’s true enough.
Possibly. “RUF” wouldn’t ring a bell otherwise, so you may have.
An Internet to you.
It’s about child abuse. So it’s sorta social work-related and sorta public health-related. I do like public health, but I’d prefer to be somewhere more practice-oriented. Fortunately, the workplace and co-workers are good people, and I do work I can be proud of.
Ok, I guess. Just dreading going back to work. How are things for you?