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Supergrunch

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  • Birthday 05/08/1989

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    Norwich
  • Interests
    Science (especially evolution), linguistics, maths, anime, visual novels, Japanese, reading, go
  • Occupation
    Student

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  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    Wii, N64, Gamecube, GBA sp, DS
  • Other Systems Owned
    PS2, PC
  • Favourite Game?
    Go
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    anim.

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  1. 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:

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