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New X Men Film
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Just want to find out peoples opinions of the new X-Men: First Class film. Personally I loved it as much as the first and thought it was a step up from Origins, with great action and special effects.…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Medeiros Jun 12, 2011.

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Jun 18, 2011
carajane commented on Jennie Lisette's blog post Big Bang Theory
"BAZINGA!"
Jun 14, 2011
carajane commented on Jennie Lisette's blog post New X-Men Film
"hahaha no to mention (innacurate) historical events...... where was Khrushchev (still not happy about that btw) although i think we may have ruined the film for everyone else in the cinema. oops. ;) xxxxxxx"
Jun 14, 2011
Peter Medeiros replied to Jennie Lisette's discussion New X Men Film
"Yeah, I thought it was great. I'll admit, the part of me that loves canon definitely had some WTF!? moments, but so long as I don't think of it really applying to the larger X-Man universe, it's a great stand-alone film. I thought the…"
Jun 12, 2011

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What Kind of Nerdfighter Are You?
Musician :)
About Me:
hey nerdfighteria. I'm Jennie, I'm a Ravenclaw who has an unhealthy obsession with all kinds of music, harry potter and jelly babies. Always one for the jelly babies. and uh, this dooblydoo kinda explains what kinda nerd I am.. (:

What Be Your Nerd Type?
Your Result: Musician
 

Doo doo de doo waaaa doo de doo! (<-- That's you playing something.) Everyone appreciates the band/orchestra geeks and the pretty voices. Whether you sing in the choir, participate in a school/local band, or sit at home writing music, you contribute a joy to society that everyone can agree on. Yay! Welcome to actually doing something for poor, pathetic human souls. (Just kidding.)

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Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Looking For Alaska, Bill Bryson, 1984, Stephen King, Terry Pratchet, The Picture of Dorian Grey, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Lord of the Rings, Stephen Donaldson, The Book Thief

Phantom of the Opera, Spirited Away, Howls Moving Castle, Brokeback Mountain, Hercules, Cabaret, Star Wars, Toy Story, Star Trek, Blade Runner, Mean Girls, Forbidden Planet, Romeo and Juliet, Death Note

Two Door Cinema Club, Chameleon Circuit, Bombay Bicycle Club, Mumford and Sons, Muse, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Charlie McDonnell, Evanescence, Paramore, All Time Low, AFI, My Chemical Romance, Bullet for my Valentime, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, You Me At Six

Doctor Who, Big Bang Theory, Heroes, Lost, 24, Flash Forward, Friends, Scrubs, The Apprentice, Waterloo Road, 90210, Supernatural
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
Sunglasses. I don't wear them, they just go on my head.
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Alex Day, or failing that, my best friend (:
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When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
2010
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Old Disney Films

Oh Dear.

 

Have just spent about two hours watching Disney songs on YouTube. I found this four hour long playlist and just skipped all the ones I didn't like. And honestly, I felt seven years old all over again, as if I was at my Grans watching Jungle Book or at home slotting the VCR for Little Mermaid into the player.

 

It's the magic and colour and pure life that spills out of these films that I just lapped up as a kid, (and now, to be honest.) The Lion King is…

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Posted on June 4, 2011 at 10:14am

New X-Men Film

I saw it today, and it was way better than I expected! Seeing as it is the 5th X-Men movie I really didn't have high hopes as things generally get worse the more movies there are (Shrek, for example.) I loved X-Men 1, 2 and 3, but X-Men Origins: Wolverine just wasn't the same for me. It didn't bring back the greatness of the originals.

 

However, everything has now changed. X-Men First Class was slightly too long and the plot was a bit sloppy (and predicatable if you know your…

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Posted on June 3, 2011 at 1:48pm — 1 Comment

Big Bang Theory

So recently my best friend lent me series one of Big Bang Theory to watch, because she was disgusted that I had never seen, nor heard of it before. I was kinda sceptical to begin with, (most of the TV she likes is goddamn awful) but I have to say I have fallen in love with this show.

 

It's not just because it's funny, it's because it is so uplifting. At the moment if I ever feel a bit down, or bored, an episode (or two) of Big Bang Theory will pick me up again. Thank you,…

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Posted on June 3, 2011 at 3:32am — 1 Comment

Revison rant

So I am starting to realise that revision is neither an enjoyable process, nor something really worth doing. If it were I would be doing it right now, head stuck in my history textbook. But I'm not. I'm writing this instead so doesn't that just tell you something about the enjoyability of revising? That it is something not only boring, but utterly pointless?

 

Take maths as an example. Multiplying surds, rationalizing denominators and solving quadratics is all very well, but…

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Posted on June 2, 2011 at 9:27am — 8 Comments

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At 3:03am on June 10, 2011, Jenina said…
Well it's not hot all the time... I mean, summer's pretty hot, yes, but winter can get pretty cold too. Though it depends on what part of Australia, I guess.
At 7:30pm on June 9, 2011, Shelby Rae Marshall said…

What a coincidence!  I had also taken up saxophone for a year or two so that I could play in a jazz band, but I haven't been able to play it at all lately.  I know what you mean about piano too.  When I was considering doing music in university, I realized majoring in piano would cut me out of the orchestral world, if I decided I wanted to go that way. 

 

At 5:07pm on June 9, 2011, William Newcome said…
you should definatly come to australia, and yeah sometimes out definition of cold is a bit soft lol, not mine so much though, 20 degrees isn't cold. on cold days, i like to go around uni wearing a tshirt, it makes me feel tough compared to everyone wearing like 10 different layers XD lol, plus i can put up with cold better than other people can, i like to think it is my english/irish blood. i suppose chavs are a bit like bogans here, slowly taking over the country, spreading like a disease, people talk about zombie plagues and stuff like that, but i think that they got it wrong, it is already endemic and it turns people into bogans :P
At 3:04pm on June 8, 2011, carajane said…
hahahahahahahaha your soooo funny SHUT IT! how do i get my nerd results on my profile......... i nned your help!!! xxxxxxxxxxxx
At 1:25am on June 8, 2011, Jenina said…
Why is it called an inset day? Oh, we're three weeks away from our three week break in the middle of the year. Yes, it's winter at the moment, it's actually really hard to type because my fingers seem to be unable to keep warm!
At 5:41pm on June 7, 2011, William Newcome said…
haha, i can't believe that i forgot about cockney, and liverpool and wales, i recognise them. the word 'chavs' applies to people in east london doesn't it (since i don't actually know what that word means, i apologise if it is offensive). i suppose there are slight regional accents in australia, but with the spread of the bogan, a lot of it starts to sound the same, generally though, there accent doesn't seem to necessarily be based on their region, but what group they belong to. for example, the people that live in certain parts of sydney(wealthy) seem to have a similar accent. the 'trendy' latte sipping environmentalists in inner city melbourne, have their own accent, but their is a slight difference in victorian accent and new south wales, as a victorian, i like to think it's because they have less class and are more bogan haha. technically i did live in france, i lived their for two months on student exchange, the place i stayed at was about half an hour from paris, but the family never took me there, i only went because the company i went with organised all the australians to have a short stay in paris.
At 4:30pm on June 7, 2011, Shelby Rae Marshall said…

I play piano too, and I am glad that you recognize music nerdfighters, not a lot of people do.   What instrument to you play???

At 1:13pm on June 7, 2011, Dylan Devlin said…
Its just complicated video editing if i learnt how to do i could its just getting ths software and the skills
At 10:01am on June 7, 2011, Kobble said…

Thanks! :D You should see the Shawshank Redemption. Harrowing, but utterly worth it in the end. And I love Morgan Freeman :D

Spirited Away is beautiful, and yes! I love Howl's Moving Castle. Re-watched it just recently. I really want to read the book too (though I hear it's quite different) because it's by an author I loved as a child (Dianna Wynne Jones). Have you seen Princess Mononoke? Also Miyazaki, and pretty awesome. I prefer the other two though. For utter sweetness, there's Ponyo :D So cute!

I like your books! John Green, on this site, is somewhat of a given (Looking for Alaska is also just amazing), but also HP and Terry Pratchett! Oh, and LotR. And Bill Bryson. Love him. Been meaning to read Hitchhikers, too ^_^

And my new obsession is Death Note, which is also on your list :D Fun fun. I love this site...

At 5:51pm on June 6, 2011, William Newcome said…
yeah, gotta love the accent :D from what i have seen of surrey (tv etc) it seems like quite a nice place. i am from victoria, below melbourne, right near the southern most point of mainland australia. accents are quite an interseting thing i think. because compared to other australians, i don't believe that i have much of an accent, and yet, if i went to england, the moment i opened my mouth, everyone would know i was australian. although when i came back from france a few years ago, for the first time ever, i noticed how strong everyone's accent was, it was so wierd. i don't get though (well depending on the accent) how people in britain can hear someon speak and know exactly what part of the UK they are from, the only one i know is the north(not scotland) because they pick on them on topgear lol
 
 
 

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