One year in LSF! :]

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One year in LSF! :]

#1 Post by OtomeWeekend » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:01 am

...actually not yet. 8 more days but since I'd be leaving the internet world for a year(to focus greatly on the upcoming entrance examinations this year for sr. high school), I just thought I'd post it now as my celebration and temporary farewell. :'D

LSF helped me in a lot of stuff and I love everyone in this forum(anyone still remembering the LSF dormitory? xD).


Wishing everyone to stay in good health always and more power to this forum and ren'py. :] Dunno if this would be locked, but just thought of posting this :/
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Re: One year in LSF! :]

#2 Post by mugenjohncel » Wed Apr 11, 2012 5:49 am

OtomeWeekend wrote:I'd be leaving the internet world for a year(to focus greatly on the upcoming entrance examinations this year for sr. high school)
Lol! That's not gonna happen... You can not and you will not escape from the Internet... The Internet is a massive blackhole where there is no escape from it's gravity... we know you will come back to us... BTW, good luck on your exams and don't stress yourself... if you feel like letting go of that Book you are holding... please do so... pushing too hard will just stress you... make it harder for you to concentrate... drains your efficiency... (Seriously, why is the Japanese Education System focused on passing such exams instead of actually teaching people something useful... yes, I learned about this from my Japanese supplier and he said Japanese Education sucks hard...)

"And now a little bit of words of wisdom from Uncle Mugen in glorious centered colored text... Lol..."
Let me remind you that there is life beyond school... and success or failure is not determined by how much education you attained but rather how well can you cope with the circumstances thrown your way and take advantage of them for your own personal gain... a Diploma does not guarantee success in life... in case you failed, learn to think out of the box... why become an Employee when you can instead be an Employer... Hmm... (OK so I may be thinking way too much ahead... Lol!)
Oh... and most importantly... Don't forget to have fun... :mrgreen:

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Re: One year in LSF! :]

#3 Post by PyTom » Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:27 am

mugenjohncel wrote:Seriously, why is the Japanese Education System focused on passing such exams instead of actually teaching people something useful...
"Never let your schooling interfere with your education."
- Usually attributed to Mark Twain

I've never really liked the modern education system. It tends to force people to be generalists, when I think that being a specialist - knowing how to do a few things, really well - leads to far better outcomes. (If you take care to specialize in something marketable, that is.)

OtomeWeekend >>> good luck on your exams, and know that once you finish them, we'll all still be here.
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Re: One year in LSF! :]

#4 Post by SusanTheCat » Wed Apr 11, 2012 10:09 am

Oh Nooooooooooooooes!

You will be missed OtomeWeekend!

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#5 Post by Gambit74 » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:09 pm

Farewell, and good luck with the entrance exams :) . Hopefully you'll make it through nicely and return to us with good news :D .
Nothing to see here, folks. For now, anyway...

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#6 Post by 9:19 » Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:36 pm

^ Those.

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Re: One year in LSF! :]

#7 Post by ScottySeng » Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:54 pm

Best of luck to you on your exams. :)
I wish for you to return soon with good news :)

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