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    Awesome phone commercial from Japan. Mind blown.
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    Same problem! Will probably have to coerce my brother into buying it. But then I'll get to take it with me when I move out since it's my xbox! Mwahahaha!
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    "Hyrule Field Main Theme" From the Re-Orchestrated Ocarina of Time Soundtrack. SO MANY MEMORIES!
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    My mom read us Chrestomanci! Good stuff! And Dark Lord of Derkholm is FANTASTIC! Did you know that Diana Wynne Jones passed away recently? UPVOTED FOR MUCH TRUTH! Anything less than a thousand words in one paragraph is nothing to me after Chaos's theories. XP
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    I completely agree with this. It's the same thing I thought.
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    I would like to note that "mostly immune to Pushing and Pulling" is probably very similar in the way that you "mostly" can't Push or Pull on metals in the body. I suspect that it has to do with some spiritual essence getting in the way with the Push. /theorizing
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    That would be soooo amazing. I think I would die.
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    I would like to announce that I still am waiting for my Court of Honor to officially become an Eagle Scout, but that didn't stop me from putting it on my college application
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    Rats! My secret plan has been revealed!
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    Hmm. Chronicles of Narnia was definitely my first, (Publication > Chronological!) I read it in Kindergarten, though that was mostly just to be able to say that I had. I discovered Eragon in fourth grade. Soooooo addicted it was not even funny. That was probably the first time I've really gotten into a book. But Eldest was eh, the movie was ehhh-er and I never read Brisngr. Because while I floated on Maximum Ride and the Percy Jackson series. It was something far more terrible that caught my attention. Twilight. I got into the books as they were just starting to gain recognition. The second book had just come out, and not too many people knew about them. My English teacher actually reccomended them. Middle School Girl + Sparkly Vampires + Ooh new, unheard of series = No hope whatsoever. It was a dark time. I quoted the books; I owned two copies so that I didn't have to go without when I loaned them out; I HAD A BLOG OF FANFICTION. Dark times indeed. By the time the first wave of Hype Backlash started to hit, I was so deeply ingrained in the fandom, I fought back. I read other peoples blogs, I stalked the author's page for news, I woke up at 3 AM on a school day to get a ticket to see her. The third book, Eclipse didn't help at all, because I thought it was the epitome of writing at the time. There seemed to be no hope in sight. And then, Wheel of Time. *cue angelic singing* A woman at my church recommended them to me, and I read them just about straight through. When the fourth book came out, it was the kiss of death for that addiction. From Wheel of Time it was a short hop to Brandon, and I haven't gone back. Wow. Sorry for the narritive of my fiction-reading life there. Wall-o-text much?
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