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I had to make an emergency update on poor Annie. I noticed that in the previous version, her SDM failed to juggle with the last hit if her Juggle System was set to Mugen Mode. Please download this fixed version: http://www.mediafire.com/file/x2ualrfabprqhr2/annie_z_beta_05_09_2018.rar
Download: http://www.mediafire.com/file/4a7izjs6zc3ug8n/annie_z_beta_11062016.rar Demonstration of her AI (yes, this beta already has AI for her current moves implemented): Her config file has many options to play with. Enjoy. Her sprites also are color-separated. Examples of palettes. Comments and suggestions appreciated.
Yes, this status is about that Logan Paul's incident:
As someone who suffered from depression enough to consider suicide, and as someone who made a big progress in this regards thanks to starting studying Japanese language, I relate a lot to this video and I feel like it should be viewed by as many people as possible:
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Dear Mr. RobotMonkeyHæd, it is very interesting to know a little bit of Japanese grammar. It seems that, in a way, this language has a certain poetic potential, surely it has much more than dull Portuguese ...
And thank you for showing me that without a sharp Japanese I do not just lose understanding of the pornographic games.
About Logan Paul, I have only one patriophobic opinion:
If he made this kind of video on the Tea Viaduct or the Santa Ifigênia Viaduct (bland versions of the Golden Gate), it would be full of people throwing themselves off the bridges because "there is an American recording about suicides and I have to throw myself because I have to become famous ".
In Brazil, every American is treated as a god.
Japanese is a beautiful language. I've studied it a little myself.
I agree so much with this. Just because learning Japanese is hard it doesn't mean that it isn't fun.
I only know enough Japanese enough to fun purposes, like translating one or other manga I happen to enjoy. But I intend learn enough to use it for professional purposes, like professional translation and teaching.
There's so many incorrect information about the Japanese language that can be clarified in a matter of minutes, I really think I can do a good job in this regard.Quote
In Brazil, every American is treated as a god.
Well, as a Brazilian (and from São Paulo, on top of that) I can sort of confirm what you say. But what I want to expose is something different.
What makes me feel mad about that incident is much more than the fact that he used human misery as a tool for getting views, due to shock value potential.
What makes me mad is his overall attitude in regard to foreign cultures as a whole:
Not to mention, as somebody who deals with depression on a daily basis, I know how a person looks when he feels truly ashamed of his behavior.
Watching his alledged apologize video, I can't see any kind of emotion in what he says.
What makes me mad isn't only the shock value of his video in Aokigahara. It's how he promotes prejudice against other cultures, doesn't show signs of remorse for that and Youtube doesn't take any action against the content he uploads there.
All this leaves me with a doubt: Can a YouTuber make less money than it usually gets when it submits a video that receives several dislikes?
It's because I'm going to throw stones at him for acting cowardly (if you did the shit, then you should be man enough to take what you did and not hide the mistake), but I do not know if he's a cowardly buffoon or a greedy coward.
And this Logan just confirmed that YouTube is contemporaneum version of the Neverland.
Só passando para deixar uma mensagem, e incentivar os outros usuários brasileiros e portugueses de Mugen do MFFA a conversarem também. Estava sentindo uma falta enorme de finalmente poder escrever em português (quase nunca escrevo nada na internet, quanto mais em português).
I have a question for you fellows who happen to be studying Japanese language like me.
I have a friend (I'm not lying, it really is for a firend) who has interest in learning Japanese from scratch, like I'm doing.
I would like to recommend him books for beginners. However, I can't recommend him the books I used so far, which are the books from Marugoto series:
The problem with them? They're focused in group activities and losing your fear of communicating with native Japanese people. Thus, their focus isn't grammar or extensive vocabulary, but conversation techniques.
And my friend's focus, like mine, doesn't seem to be communication, but reading and listening comprehension.
As much as Marugot ocan teach him some grammar and vocabulary, I would rather recommend some books more suitable for self-learning. Something that isn't so kanji-phobic as the Marugoto series.
Strange. Japanese guys tend to make gijinkas of so many bizarre concepts:
OS Systems (OS-Tans)
Military Ships (Kantai Collection)
Videogame consoles (Neptunia)
Soda cans (Akikan!)
Lovercraft Monsters (Haiyore! Nyarko-san)
Yet, they never made anything with the concept of musical styles.
Since musical styles usually come with a fashion trend associated to them, their gijinkas would be considerably easy to do, and it would be easy to find a gijinka you can relate to.
And the possibilities are endless. A good Pixiv artist would have a field day with them.
and so on. It sounds much more interesting than anthropomorphizing railway stations, pepper species or salmon fillets.
As someone who enjoys drawing, I relate so much to this:
The title says all. I enjoy these songs enough to want to sing together, but the language barrier impedes me. I wonder if some English native speaker who can help me with the lyrics of these songs. And there's this next one, which I had to upload in Youtube as an unlisted video, because it can't be found at any video streaming site, and I risk facing a strike from Youtube. It's in Japanese, which makes identifying the lyrics 500x harder. Junko Ohashi - Arabian Night （ 大橋純子 － アラビアン・ナイト ） My listening comprehension only took me as far as the 1st line: アラブの 町へ 旅する 魔法の 絨毯 飛び立つ ARABU no machi he tabisuru, mahou no juutan tobitatsu (Flying on a magic carpet, going to an Arabian city) I appreciate any help. Sorry if I'm posting on the wrong section.
Yes. Kemono Friends is as good as people say. The art is indeed clumsy, the cast consists of nothing but animals anthropomorphized into cute girls and this might turn people off as it did to me initially.
But the way the story was told, and the way the interactions between the characters were portrayed, were somehing totally different from any anime I watched before.
It doesn't appeal to meaningless violence or sexualization (there are the penguin girls, who are sexualized and their design clash a little with the other girls, but they are as well-characterized as everybody else, so I give them a pass).
It also receives props for the fact that I didn't find any of the characters dislikable.
I could write a lot about how refreshing my experience with the anime was, but I don't have the skills to point all the qualities the show displayed.
It takes a little to get used to, but I recommend it, if you're curious about what the fuss is about (like I was).
Another Kobayashi fanart. A wedding dress for Saikawa.
Still incomplete, though. Gonna work more on it when I feel more inspiration:
As an enthusiast of the Japanese language, I really find interesting their point of view about foreign cultures, and how they wish for things that are common in other cultures (things as simple like hugs), but rare or inexistant in their society.
A video about why Japanese (and south-Koreans, who suffer a similar problem) are well known for being terrible at English.
The reason is why their teachers themselves aren't prepared to teach English. Their society as a whole still doesn't see a need of globalizing, hence they don't train people to use English language in a practical way.
Advantages and disadvantages of speaking English in their opinion.
"What do Japanese envy about foreigners?"
"Foreign babies look like little angels, Japanese babies look like little sumo fighters." Really.
Remember to turn on the "Closed Caption" option in order to understand the last video.
I'm actually glad I learned English from proper English teachers from all around the world during my early age. The foreign language education in Vietnam is terrible, then recently they started forcing kids to learn Japanese, Mandarin and Russian too. I bet the teachers don't even know how to communicate in those languages...
You see, 60% of the population can't speak English, and 30% doesn't speak really well, they can only say things like "Hello, how are you, I'm fine thanks" and etc, sometimes weird stuffs like "mother dog bitch" lol. Luckily I currently study in a French school so the education is much more logical and better, I also managed to learn French and a bit of Spanish. Plus weeaboo vocabulary from the internet.
I saw this topic in a forum and I actually got a kind of addiction to it. Thinking about words that avoid using this so ubiquitous symbol in USA and UK lingo is surprisingly fun, and isn't actually that much difficult. And you guys, what do you think? Do you think you can start and go on chatting with this constraint? Talk about anything you want, as long as it avoids that infamous fifth glyph (and as of now you guys know which glyph I’m talking about). Conditions and violations: * I just want to say that you must avoid substituting that 5th glyph for a similar symbol as 3, or €, I think you got it. * Or just plain omitting it from words that should obviously contain it (int_rn_t, Squirtl). You know, implicit or not, it still could count as a violation.
I just noticed... Chloe from We Bare Bears and Otako from Oshiete Galko-chan look so much like each other it's hard to believe that it's just a coincidence
This is the first time that talking about depression made me actually laugh:
I wonder how an RPG character would be cured from these status, though.
Google Translate never ceases amusing us. お年玉 (otoshidama) should mean "New Year's Gift".
Google Translate version:
It's not like I actually use Google Translate to translating purposes.
I just happen to type the text in the field so that I can use Rikaichan (a Firefox extension that shows translations of Japanese words just by hovering the mouse over them), which always gives the correct translation.
Rikaichan only works inside Firefox, though. Hence the need of typing the text somewhere online.
Thoughts, chatting, haikus, random insanity, talking about how bad you want to fuck your waifus (or how bad you want your husbandos to fuck you, why not, I don't know your position about this topic), your opinion about global warming, showing things you find amusing. Do anything you want. I must say that my first post got small modifications about conditions.