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  1. Mayo Chiki (Volume 6 Summary, 1st Half)

    by , February 10th, 2012 at 03:34 AM (Flere821's Library)
    Aaaand here's the first half of Vol6. Enjoy

    Volume 6 summary, Part 1 of 2
    Vol6 Ch1
    September 1st, beginning of new term and Jiro is trying find out more about the club Kureha’s in. Kureha says she’s happy in it, which rings alarm bells for Jiro as his sister is a fanatic for professional wrestling. He asked Usami who’s also in the club and was told “There’s some things in this world that is better not to know”. Other sources of info told him next to nothing about the club, except “don’t mess with that club’s
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  2. Oh shit

  3. Mayo Chiki (Volume 5 Summary)

    by , February 10th, 2012 at 03:17 AM (Flere821's Library)
    Hi all, I'm starting up my new blog here with summaries of 'Mayo Chiki', a series I've been working on recently. This post will cover half of Vol5, basically what the anime didn't cover of that volume.

    Enjoy =D

    half of Vol5
    Vol5 Ch5 (the day after the date with Nakuru)

    August 31st, Kureha went for a sleepover somewhere and Jiro is taking the time to relax. After being bothered in consecutive days (working with Usami at the café, Nakuru’s date, birthday party etc) he swears
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  4. ItsaRandomReviewBlog: It's Almost as if my Opinion Matters! -- Episode 2

    by , February 10th, 2012 at 02:40 AM (IRUn's House of Whatever)
    "Time to delude myself into thinking people care what I think!"


    Hello, hello, hello! And welcome to the next installment of ItsaRandomUsername's ItsaRandomReviewBlog! The place where IRUn voices his thoughts on any video games, books, comics, movies and etc. for no other reason than to take up blogspace.

    Warning: Might be equal parts insightful, opinionated, and probably offensive. Tread lightly.



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  5. Mental health vs. Freedom of thought

    by , February 10th, 2012 at 02:17 AM (Understanding Humanity)
    If we leave people who believe in things that are detrimental to their function in society proceed as they are, it is immoral.

    If we interfere with someone's life based on his belief that we perceive as detrimental to their function as society, it is immoral.


    What would you do?