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Nov. 19th, 2007 | 03:51 pm
posted by: mishakal in fmc

Hi guys!

How has everyone been doing? I don't really check this community very often but I was feeling nostalgic :)

Where have people ended up in their lives? Since most if not all of us are adults or whatever now.

I'm doing school still, but I'm working as a teaching and research assistant and I completely love it! Still engaged, might get married eventually but we aren't in a huge rush. Umm, yeah. I don't have much else to report. :P

Facebook sort of killed livejournal eh? It's funny.

Anyways, hope everyone is well, fill me in, and take care ! <3

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I'M VOTING FOR REVOLUTION

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from: mishakal
date: Nov. 21st, 2007 02:33 pm (UTC)
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That sounds like fun ! I miss martial arts soo much ! I totally respect that, it's so much work ! :)

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from: chinotenshi
date: Nov. 20th, 2007 02:14 am (UTC)
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Facebook sucks. So does Myspace.

I graduated college last December with a degree in Japanese Education and a PreK-Grade 12 teaching license for the state of Ohio. I'm currently working for a small language school in Gifu, Japan teaching English to kids as young as 7-months-old to adults as old as mid-80s. I've been here since January.
I spend way too much time on GaiaOnline and secretly wish and hope FMC becomes populated again because I liked the FMC crowd much better.

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from: mishakal
date: Nov. 21st, 2007 02:33 pm (UTC)
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Facebook is convenient :o

How are you liking Japan? That is very awesome, I definitely wish to visit one day hopefully. Looks so beautiful.

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from: idonthave1here
date: Nov. 20th, 2007 07:54 pm (UTC)
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I'm working on my masters in Nursing, a minor in peace and justice studies, and finishing up my ...what...7th year of JApanese? I know about 6 languages now, and am trying to become a traveling nurse. And I agree with Chinotenshi, I miss the FMC crowd. I always check up to see if anyone still logs..but it always says "0 Users Online" It's sad.

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bloodangel

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from: chinotenshi
date: Nov. 20th, 2007 11:12 pm (UTC)
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Whoa. 6 languages? I can barely handle two. The more my Japanese level goes up, the more my English level sinks.



Speaking of Japanese, how many of us FMCers ended up studying Japanese? Including you and me I know three....

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from: mishakal
date: Nov. 21st, 2007 02:35 pm (UTC)
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Peace & Justice studies, would that be considered equivalent to peace and conflict studies? Probably eh? I'm considering taking a phd in that field, it's very exceptional. I enjoy that it's interdisciplinary and very pragmatic. Definitely need peacemakers in the world we live in eh?

Nursing too, very awesome. And 6 languages! Man, that's impressive. I'm just trying to become functional in French, and my English grammar is quite poor :o How long do you think it took you to learn all that? 10 years? :O Hehehee.

Yeah I miss FMC too but I just don't have that sort of free time anymore, as I'm sure is the case with all of us eh.

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from: omega9
date: Nov. 21st, 2007 12:10 am (UTC)
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I dropped off the face of the earth (and FMC, which is located on a mysterious planet I like to call Canadia,) when I eloped to the US and turned my back on Germany.

I married Kate (you most likely know her) and so we both disappeared into the realms of young adults moving out and doing stupid things. Had a few blue collar jobs, decided we needed a better future; which was not be earned through honest labor.

So I joined the Army about a year and some change ago to become a calibrator. What I do is make sure that things that measure measure accurately and it pays well in the civilian world.

I'm also about to be a citizen in less than half a year from now, so that's swell.


All in all I am the same guy I was, just with more bills and less free time. I'm still ravenously in love with my wife and the united states, but I maintained a doubting edge on this our world's events.

Go me.

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from: mishakal
date: Nov. 21st, 2007 02:37 pm (UTC)
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Congrats Carl, on becoming a citizen and getting married, that's totally fabulous. Very good to hear, I'm happy for you guys :)

Bills are probably the least enjoyable part about independence >D

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Cherry Tonic

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from: rpgbabe
date: Nov. 21st, 2007 11:16 am (UTC)
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Well, I'm still doing nothing really. Playing video games and such.
I'm probably one of the few people that actually still goes to FMC once in a while. And I still use my LJ, just there's not much to post about at this time besides family holidays and video games that I'm currently playing. And I'm so sure everyone wants to hear about those.
I'm still with Jarid, and things in that area are all well and good. :p
Other then that everything is fine.

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from: mishakal
date: Nov. 21st, 2007 02:39 pm (UTC)
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I logged on the other day but no one was there :(

I sort of stopped using LJ a bit too, I did try to update as frequently as I could just to bitch about school usually haha.

I still do play video games though. This guild wars game kept my hooked for like a year and a half! I definitely need a new game though. I hope something good comes out soon, my computer is getting kinda old so it won't run all the new generation games :/

Glad to hear you're still with Jarid, sounds like things are going great. That's awesome :)

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