Coming to Tumblr was probably one of the best things for me. It was like seeing a whole new group of people that have the same state of mind as you. And that's why I appreciate all of the people I'm following, and all of my followers. Thank you.
Not overtly. I’m terrible at reading flirty stuff anyway—I can never tell if someone’s being nice or NICE, if you know what I mean. My gauge for that sort of stuff usually hits red at a casual arm touch, though, which has happened once or twice.
I have a special place in my heart for Kasumi’s mission. It’s one of the more unique ones, to be sure, and I like a mission that at least TRIES to be stealthy in the beginning, even if the end disintegrates into the usual Shep chaos.
I think that Hock is one of the more interesting mini-villains too, and I wish that we could have learned more about him other than apparently he’s really big with crime and stuff. He’s just so… cruel to Kasumi, so awful in how he brings up Keiji. I wanted to learn more about WHY he was really such an ass.
And finally, the dilemma at the end is one of my favorites. I wish I knew the consequences of letting Kasumi keep the grey box. What happens to her? What happens to that information? How much time does she spend, lost in memory? In my desire to do the good thing, the right thing, did I unwittingly (and ultimately) destroy Kasumi?
I hope ME3 answers at least some of those questions.
Most professors use their laptops for presentations. Have you ever had an embarrassing thing pop up on your laptop screen while teaching? If you don't use a laptop for class, then what's the most ridiculous question a student has ever asked you?
I don’t use laptops! The most I do is put student essays up on the projector screen for critique, but then I use the computer already in the room, so… yeah.
Anyway, most ridiculous question! Discounting all the million times some asshat asks me a question that I just answered two seconds ago, most questions are… justifiable in a way. I might think they’re stupid, but displaying true ignorance and wanting to correct it is something to be admired. Instead, I will offer you the most ridiculous exchange I had with a student.
I have this student who always mishears me, and will complain about it in the middle of the class. For example, one time I said “Turn to page 30” and he thought I said “turn to page 3.” I said no, 30, and he said I had said 3, and then every other student said “yeah, she said 3” and he would NOT let it go. It was just so stupid and meaningless, and he does stuff like that ALL THE TIME, and I really just don’t like him. He’ll get up and try to erase and clarify a bit of my handwriting on the board. He’ll argue points that are clearly wrong and not give them up. And he’s signing up for one of my classes next semester. This pains me greatly.
Your job is now your Time Lord name. The last digit of your phone number is the current regeneration you are in. The nearest clothing item to your right is now the most notable item in your current wardrobe. The last person you texted is your current companion. Your favorite words are now your catchphrase. Reblog with your answers.