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Status Updates posted by Dannyboy-the-Dane

  1. ... I did? I didn't even realise. :heh: But yes, my English has always been far more British than American. And I like it that way. ;)

  2. Yeah, I was also blown away. Much, MUCH better than I expected. I was surprised by and loved the depth of it and how you really got through the entire emotional spectrum. :)

  3. Oh, yes, I know that. :) What I didn't get was where you were going with it. :heh: In Denmark, we separate subjects into three faculties: Natural science (math, physics, biology etc.), society science (politics, economy etc.) and humanities, soon to be renamed cultural science (languages, literature, history etc.). In Denmark, it would seem a fairly large number of people view natural science (and sometimes society science) as more important than cultural science, something which I'm not exactly ecstatic about. :heh:

  4. Dude, there's something missing from your sig, and it's triggering my OCD tendencies. :heh:

  5. "Børn this way" means "children this way" in Danish. It looks absolutely ridiculous! :p

  6. No, I mean between your Facebook and YouTube links.

  7. Oh, that's not what I meant, no. I could simply recognise the sentiment in your post about natural science often being prioritised.

  8. Hm, peculiar. It's definitely been visible to me in the past as well. What's supposed to be there again?

  9. It's all fine, as long as you don't mind me laughing silently by myself whenever I see your sig. :p

  10. I didn't even see you had typed "suggestion" instead of "suggesting", it was simply the question in itself that was so hilarious! :D

  11. Sorry to disappoint, but although I'm Scandinavian, I don't know too much about Norse mythology. :heh: I probably know a bit more about Greek mythology, actually. :p

  12. Stupid shit, that's what it is. :heh:

  13. The N-E Picture Caption Game has been revived! You're up next!

  14. I listened to a few of Stolen Babies' tracks. Some of them do indeed have a bit of an Abney Park vibe about them ... some of them don't. :heh: I can't say I like all I've heard by them, but there's some good stuff as well. In any case, thanks for the heads-up. : peace:

  15. Oh, really? I'm confident I read somewhere that it was the entire case we'd be missing out on. Oh, well, that's much better! :) Though, as you say, it seems even weirder now.


    Ah, cool! As I said, I haven't really been in the loop lately, so I wasn't aware. Thanks for the heads-up, though, I'll go check it out. :) Vaguely apropos, my cousin just gave me a little stack of old Magic cards she had, which was pretty cool; they looked so different back in the day!

  16. I'm glad to be able to spread the love for AP! :p It's nice having a fellow steampunk enthusiast to talk to. :) I don't know that many personally, sad to say. :heh:

  17. Heh, I know what you mean, though I do prefer the far more professional look of the modern cards.

  18. Yeah, it all falls under the same umbrella category - whatever that is most appropriately named. :heh:

  19. Reading up on it, it would appear the quiz thing is the second DLC content in its entirety!

  20. Hey, did you ever check out that comic reviewer I recommended, Linkara? He mentioned Invincible today, though he admitted that he hadn't got around to reading it yet.

  21. Who is that guy, anyway? :heh:

  22. Blue decks are designed for manipulation; they're difficult to master, but when used properly, they're absolutely devastating.

  23. I felt it was okay for me to make that joke since I'm the same boat as you. :heh:

  24. Red decks are aimed at direct damage, but as a result they generally don't have overly powerful creatures or spells; they rely on a quick-fire playing style that overwhelms the opponent.

  25. I wish to thank you for your posts in the Amy Winehouse thread. :)