FunnyCop
Joined: 8/03/2012
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Gentleman and ladies man by day. Otaku by night.

Interests: Action, Adventure, animals, Anime, comedy, Fantasy, Manga, Music, Reading, Romance, Sci-Fi, Video Games, Writing
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10/28/2013
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I just realized, I've been here for about one year and three months...
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7/04/2013
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My new Triple Chamber Ocarina arrived in the mail <3
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6/28/2013
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I might get back into an old hobby of mine, writing. Maybe a blog post with info on the morrow.
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6/27/2013
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Otaku Since 9 Years Old.
10/31/2013
Comment to Anime Literary Analyses/Critiques
FunnyCop I started to write a few short stories but I can't find the perfect length and the right plots for them. With this it will keep me busy, help with creative flow, and it will even help me with my literature studies.
10/28/2013
Comment to why
FunnyCop Well kids usually want to grow up to receive the freedom that comes with age. Adults either don't want the responsibility or simply just want to be young again.
10/28/2013
Comment to Sigh. Gah! Tears.
FunnyCop I agree with Complex's advice on writing; "To each, their own" you know? Writing should not be seen as a profession, it should be seen as an art form and whatever people do with it is what makes it unique. You van classify main ideas, points, and focuses of writing but you can't classify a writer's true style.
10/28/2013
Comment to This is pretty cool!!
FunnyCop Hey Rena, your not just talking to yourself; I kinda just browse the website at least once a day and read what people are talking about. But enough of me, please feel free to post on the forums, dig around old blogs, and add new characters/anime. Make/join a group, tell your friends, tell your family, invite those robot butlers, but don't feel award here. Here, we are all family.
10/28/2013
Created blog entry Anime Literary Analyses/Critiques
FunnyCop Hello, I haven't made progress on "The Dream of the Butterfly" in what seems like ages (about two months) due to a major writer's block. Either its just a block or I attempted to overreach my abilities.   For now I have come up with something that may or may not break the block; I will begin to analyze/critique anime (or a single episode) as if it is a piece of literature (sounds cool right?).   It may sound weird because it is, allow me to elaborate. I will pick an anime, let's say myself;yourself for example, and then find a message or an underlying meaning. After doing that, I will put in my own opinions and critique it. The process will be more involved as soon as I work out the fine details and begin working on a project.   If anybody knows where I can get my hands on some anime scripts I would very appreciate it if you lent me a hand.
10/23/2013
Replied to What type of Gamer are you?
FunnyCop Competitive games are awesome. Things like DotA, TF2, CS, AoM, Stronghold, and certain Minecraft game modes are just amazing. You don't have to have the best physical qualities or wake up at 5 in the morning to practice with the team. Instead of 20+ people you barely know, you are with 2-5 people you really get to know. Everybody participating in some way is passionate about what is being played and the excitement pervades throughout the minds of everyone involved. I just love the sense of a good sport that is extremely involved with the knowledge of the players; not just hit, be hit, get ball.
10/21/2013
Replied to Japanese Anime Music?
FunnyCop I love Asian music (probably because I am watching Beck again...); every Asian language has a flow to it that creates a beauty that none can surpass. I adore Asian Kung-Fu Generation,  The Brilliant Green,  BEAT CRUSADERS, Husking Bee,  EGOIST,  and whoever did the music for Vampire Knight.
10/21/2013
Replied to What games are you playing now?
FunnyCop TheAwsome I'm an avid player of Fallout 3 and New Vegas yes there both old but I just love replaying there endless fun.         I love both games, sometimes the bugs do get in the way of full enjoment. NeNe Ready for our next 6am run of Terraria?         I love Terraria but I don't play much anymore. WestNyorai Trying out Rogue Legacy atm. I find it funny how I'm enjoying smaller indie type games more than bigger titles lately. I have been getting back into the rougelike genre myself. If you like Rouge Legacy check out Delver, Legend of Grimrock, and the Castlevania series. As for me, I am into competitive gaming in my free time. I usually Counter Strike (all of them mainly Global Offensive at the moment) and DOTA 2. Occasionally I go back to the first DOTA and some friends and I will play a few games of Team Fortress 2 and Team Fortress Classic. If anybody is interested in playing DOTA 2, I have made a nice guild with good players that can help you out.
10/17/2013
Replied to Genres!
FunnyCop My favorite standalone genre would have to be Slice-of-Life. However I like mixed genres like SoL + Romance Psychological + SoL/Romance Romance + Mystery + Drama SoL + Drama SoL + Romance + Drama I just can't seem to get into the more action oriented anime.
10/17/2013
Replied to What's your favorite anime?
FunnyCop A couple new favorites of mine (mainly because I just recently watched them and remembered how awesome they were) are: Wolf's Rain Great Teacher Onizuka Their plots remind me of Deathnote, Durarara!, Steins;Gate, and Gankutsuo in a sense that they had unique stories and told them in unique ways. Deathnote had the antagonist as the main character, which I loved. Durarara! had a complex story with subplots everywhere. Steins;Gate had a plot that was extremely smooth and left me emotionally attached to the characters. Gankutsuo didn't have an original story, but the way the story was told and the minor changes that were made in order to make it work for an anime were fantastic. Wolf's Rain was (at least I think) a piece of art. The music, the characters, the overall personality of the anime; it was all extremely well done. While I watched it, I could feel the pain each character felt. Great Teacher Onizuka is an anime that is and is not episodic at the same time. Each episode has its own story, but each episode advances the main plot. Each character comes with their own unique personality and no two characters are wholly the same. Having been exposed to American television programming, its hard for me to critique anime. But for the anime listed above, the work that was put into them is amazing. They are so amazing that I can pick them out of all the anime in the world and yell, "Behold!"
10/16/2013
Replied to That "Special Something"
FunnyCop When I get enough time, I will attempt to either dig up some old stuff or make something new.
10/09/2013
Replied to That "Special Something"
FunnyCop I'm good at abstract art, but I only call it abstract to make myself feel better and the art look a lot cooler than it really is...
10/09/2013
Replied to Whose your favorite artist or band?
FunnyCop My favorite English bands are: Pink Floyd Led Zeplin Billy Joel Elton John The Black Keys The Doors Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Queen I enjoy Gabrielle's work even though her lyrics are in Norwegian. The only Japanese artist I can say that I listen to outside of anime is EGOIST. I have listened to VOCALOID works but I prefer the inde artists because I have the program and it is extremely hard to use so I can appreciate the time and effort the people put into their songs without the aim to make a profit.
9/24/2013
Replied to What makes an anime great?
FunnyCop When I know that an anime is great, after watching every episode I will feel stuck in a state of euphoria. It is as if what I had just seen was magnificent and it left me wondering why I have not shared this experience with the world yet. Time seems slowed and I don't feel like the world around me is real because the air is cooler than before and the colors are so vivid. It is the feeling that the world just operates around you and that you are the only one who has experienced it. I can only completely say for certainty that the only anime that has given me this feeling was clannad. I will have to watch other anime from Kyoto Animation again some time soon.
9/18/2013
Replied to Female Cast Anime
FunnyCop A few, but I'm more of the sentimental type so not much falling is happening on my part.
9/18/2013
Replied to Female Cast Anime
FunnyCop My life... is a harem???????????
9/18/2013
Replied to Female Cast Anime
FunnyCop mollinol How about Yuru Yuri? Or Yuyushiki. And Kin Moza is a good one that's airing this season. If you don't mind harem, NakaImo (My sister is among them) is one of my favourites        I loved NakaImo, but if this could be considered a mostly female cast, Clannad could be considered one as well since the only difference is a male supporting character. Oreimo would also fall in the category. I could turn my life into a mostly female cast anime...
9/17/2013
Comment to A Life Story
FunnyCop It would be pretty cool if you featured this.
9/16/2013
Replied to Your dream career
FunnyCop Writing takes a great deal of dedication. Take "The Wheel of Time"'s author for example. He worked on the series for three decades, died, and someone else worked for another three years completing the series.
9/16/2013
Comment to A Life Story
FunnyCop It is a true story, and it has shaped my being into what it is this very moment. It does not have an underlying meaning other than what you will make of it. It is simply a fragment of time that I have not shared with anyone other than Cheyenne until now.
9/15/2013
Created blog entry A Life Story
FunnyCop Hello, I remembered something that happened to me about a year ago around the middle of Fall. It was basketball season, everybody in the school was excited because it meant going to games and showing school pride. However for me, it meant I got to play in the band during the short intermission between varsity and junior varsity games. I was not particularly excited for it but I could talk to all of my friends, who were also in the band, outside of a formal setting. Even if I had to go to the games at seven in the afternoon and walk home at eleven, I still had fun.   This was the third game and after we were done playing our line of songs, everybody went back to the band room and ate the pizza that our director ordered for us (since there were usually only ten of us who signed up to come). After I was done, I put my sousaphone back in the case in the auditorium and was on my way out when a girl approached me. I couldn't remember her name until I looked closely at her face as she began to talk to me. Her name was Cheyenne and the only thing she said was "Hey, wanna go hang out?" She was a senior at our High School that year and extremely beautiful. Her long blonde hair, deep blue eyes, and slender figure gave her the extravagance of a Greek goddess. Naturally, I wondered why she wanted to hang out with me, even if I occasionally talked to her after band and we got along with each other. Despite this I oblige and we walk to her car.   The first thing she said when we got in was: "I'm going to take you somewhere very special to me." Without anything to say with the combination of curiosity and confusion I reply with a simple "Okay." Cheyenne starts driving towards the Junior High School and stops in the parking lot by the town-owned park in front of my house. We got out and she motioned for me to sit on the swing next to her. I asked her why this was the very special place and we sat for a few minutes in the silent, cold, darkness. "Do you remember when I first met you?" I looked at her with a stare that wondered why she would ask that. "You were in the sixth grade and I was in the seventh. It was your third year in this district and you didn't have many friends." All I could say was: "Yeah, I had a hard time fitting in."    "You played football with my boyfriend that year and one day before a game we were playing here with some friends." Still wondering what she was getting at, I looked at her with confusion. "You were taking a walk through the park and some of the kids started yelling at you. They were yelling terrible things and of all people, I didn't expect my boyfriend to join them." When I finally remembered I said: "Oh, I think I can remember the day you are talking about now. I just kept walking because that kind of thing happened all the time." She nodded and continued, "The part you don't know is that I broke up with my boyfriend at that moment and when I ran up to talk to you I heard you crying. I thought it was better for me to just leave you alone so I went home. That, is why this place is special to me. It is a perminate reminder that all people are not generally good hearted."   A minute passed and she took a cigarette out of her pocket and began to smoke it. "I was not always like that though, I used to pick on kids all the time. So I guess this is my way of getting retribution for all those years." I was amazed that she had decided to tell me this but I still listened on. "If you plan on playing low brass and woodwind instruments, don't smoke. I can feel it when I play Barry White (her baritone saxophone that I helped her name). I can't take as deep breaths or play as long without getting winded as I could a year ago. Logan, for being the example that I needed in order for me to understand that bullying is wrong, I want to be the example for you to under stand that you shouldn't smoke. Of course, that's not the reason I started smoking in the first place. But I want something productive to some out of this."   I told her that I would never forget it, and so far I haven't. I can remember it as vividly as if it happened yesterday. Cheyenne is currently studying at a nearby college and I have not seen her in six months. I don't know why I was thinking about this, maybe it is because my English teacher has been talking about transcendentalism a lot and perhaps this memory is one of the things that make me an individual. Whatever the reason, I am just glad that I can say for certain that I haven't forgotten.   -FunnyCop
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