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<b>Super Moderator</b><br>♥ TOMATO ♥, 32, from Michigan

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    1. MugenSeiRyuu
      MugenSeiRyuu
      One thing I'm not happy with is how Lilimon's mouth looks after the edit. She is supposed to smile. Will probably redo it later...
    2. MugenSeiRyuu
      MugenSeiRyuu
      One thing I'm not happy with is how Lilimon's mouth looks after the edit. She is supposed to smile. Will probably redo it later...
    3. MugenSeiRyuu
      MugenSeiRyuu
      Thanks. Thought it would fit.
      Unfortunately it did not come out as good as I originally planned. But the Quality is still nice.
    4. MugenSeiRyuu
      MugenSeiRyuu
      Thanks. Thought it would fit.
      Unfortunately it did not come out as good as I originally planned. But the Quality is still nice.
    5. Nyarumi
      Nyarumi
      YEAH ISN'T MY CAT CUTE XD <3
    6. StelarSX
      StelarSX
      This is random but...you name reminded me that I was going to buy the Pin Splish Splash Barrier instead of the Red Skull Pin. (Sorry for the randomness. =\
    7. StelarSX
      StelarSX
      This is random but...you name reminded me that I was going to buy the Pin Splish Splash Barrier instead of the Red Skull Pin. (Sorry for the randomness. =\
    8. Magna
      Magna
      Ahaha, thanks Splash. Tomato I like too~ :D
    9. Mitch
      Mitch
      Splash!

      Thanks for all the help! We just released our first project
    10. Kage
      Kage
      <_< >_> Who me?
    11. megumi
      megumi
      Main problem in China is being able to afford being a vegetarian. Actually, that's true basically everywhere.
      There probably are cases where doctors try to convince the vegetarian patients, if their injury is severe enough, to start eating meat, for the sake of the patient.
      Same here, a lot of foods I like are meats as well.
      Well, it's nice talking to someone who share similar opinions. ^^
    12. megumi
      megumi
      Main problem in China is being able to afford being a vegetarian. Actually, that's true basically everywhere.
      There probably are cases where doctors try to convince the vegetarian patients, if their injury is severe enough, to start eating meat, for the sake of the patient.
      Same here, a lot of foods I like are meats as well.
      Well, it's nice talking to someone who share similar opinions. ^^
    13. megumi
      megumi
      I was in China for a month in the summer of 2007 (along with my older brother). ^^ It was supposedly a vacation, but more like my parents want me to be in the Chinese environment for "practicing" (can't come up with another word) my Chinese. I was mostly there just to learn a little more about the environment of the Chinese culture, except the only things I most definitely learned was the fact that 90% of the people smoke (I definitely said a couple times that I was going to die from second-hand smoke while I was there) and that clear, blue skys are ultra rare in cities. ...Changing topic... Depending on how you look at the documentaries, you can get different reactions. I watched one on the processing of pork. Some people find it cruel to gas the pigs (with CO2) to death, but on the other hand, seeing the pigs squeal to death isn't a very pretty sight either. That's just some random example I thought of. The "environmental" reasons (I'm supposing you're referring to the "animal-cruelty" stuff) are reasonable at certain times, but they aren't just going to stop because of a minute percentage of the population. There are some people who wuss out, becuase they discover where pork comes from and how its processed and gets disgusted by it. Besides, the human body needs proteins easily found in meat. People can get those same proteins and other nutrients if they knew how to balance their diets well, but meat is the easy way out. There are plenty of vegetarians (especially the single ones in a group of hungry carnivores) who become malnourished because they can't juggle the complicated non-meat diets.

      Sorry for such a long reply. DX I just felt like getting it all off my chest. I really don't understand vegetarians and their justification (but I'm only a mindless freshman high school student).
    14. megumi
      megumi
      I was in China for a month in the summer of 2007 (along with my older brother). ^^ It was supposedly a vacation, but more like my parents want me to be in the Chinese environment for "practicing" (can't come up with another word) my Chinese. I was mostly there just to learn a little more about the environment of the Chinese culture, except the only things I most definitely learned was the fact that 90% of the people smoke (I definitely said a couple times that I was going to die from second-hand smoke while I was there) and that clear, blue skys are ultra rare in cities. ...Changing topic... Depending on how you look at the documentaries, you can get different reactions. I watched one on the processing of pork. Some people find it cruel to gas the pigs (with CO2) to death, but on the other hand, seeing the pigs squeal to death isn't a very pretty sight either. That's just some random example I thought of. The "environmental" reasons (I'm supposing you're referring to the "animal-cruelty" stuff) are reasonable at certain times, but they aren't just going to stop because of a minute percentage of the population. There are some people who wuss out, becuase they discover where pork comes from and how its processed and gets disgusted by it. Besides, the human body needs proteins easily found in meat. People can get those same proteins and other nutrients if they knew how to balance their diets well, but meat is the easy way out. There are plenty of vegetarians (especially the single ones in a group of hungry carnivores) who become malnourished because they can't juggle the complicated non-meat diets.

      Sorry for such a long reply. DX I just felt like getting it all off my chest. I really don't understand vegetarians and their justification (but I'm only a mindless freshman high school student).
    15. hwarangoo
      hwarangoo
      Jup in what thread XD. I made an account on multiple ones but on someI just almost didnt post on roli I have about 3000 posts though.
    16. hwarangoo
      hwarangoo
      Jup in what thread XD. I made an account on multiple ones but on someI just almost didnt post on roli I have about 3000 posts though.
    17. Rendan
      Rendan
      We must stick together. =P
    18. Volt
      Volt
      OMG! I <3 TOMATO!
    19. Volt
      Volt
      OMG! I <3 TOMATO!
    20. Constrictor
      Constrictor
      Hi xDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
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