MadCast: Hitori

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About MadCast: Hitori

  • Birthday 08/31/1995

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Interests
    Anime, LoL, roleplaying, adorable cats, bad puns

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  • Biography
    Chilean, moved to the U.S on 2018
  • Occupation
    College Student
  • Steam ID
    hitoriri
  • LoL Name
    Hitoriri

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  1. I'm at college until like 6 pm pacific, I'll see if I can make it and have enough brain left to attend! It sounds really fun though!
  2. I can definitely play this if it's chosen! Always open to try f2p games, especially with a bunch of other people that are new to it.
  3. I'm glad to see you've opened the floor for this discussion, double! Coming from another country that definitely has a lot further to go than the US, it always seems to me that the LGBTQ+ community here in the States is very lucky, and have it a lot easier than in other places, which quickly turns my brain into a "what are they complaining about?" train of thought. It's not fair, since that sort of mentality is not constructive at all, but it's a question nonetheless and reading your posts kind of answers my questions. Also, what happens in the U.S definitely shapes what happens in my country 5,10 or 20 years later, so the battles being fought here will most certainly ripple into Chile in the future. I was having a discussion with my boyfriend about a question that came to mind, and I'd like to ask it here since I'm sure you understand LGBTQ+ culture a lot more than me. Keep in mind I don't judge either way, I'm just genuinely curious about this. In order to realize, decide, or come to the conclusion (Whichever verb or action applies, I'm not really sure) that you are bisexual, do you have to have had a relationship with both genders? The question came up because a female friend of mine posted a buch of things about being bi after saying she was just an ally of the LGBTQ+ community for years, and having only had romantic relationships with guys. Now, even though it's not always the case, I'm sure there are people that make these claims online (And never in person) just to get some attention. I'm not sure if this is the case here or not, but the whole situation got me wondering whether you can actually know for sure without having ever lived through it. Personally, my kind of open but not really savvy on the subject brain went no way, you need to have empirical evidence of having kissed a girl AND a boy in order to affirm that you are bi. And then I thought about it more, and decided that in order to determine, or come to the conclusion that you are, for example, a man who isn't comfortable in his body, because you should have been a woman, you haven't really been a woman and yet I am comfortable with agreeing that in that case you're transgender. So I have no idea, and I'm not even sure it's important or not when you're determining your sexuality. Maybe just the feeling that there could be sexual attraction to both is enough? No clue. What's your experience, or thoughts, about this?
  4. Just got my math final exam back and it's 100%! Passed that class with a 99.3%, and math has always been my worst subject, so I'm extremely proud of this! Also, I'm probably keeping my 4.0 this semester, too. The stress was all worth it! What have you guys been up to lately? I want to read some small or large victories that deserve recognition!!!!
  5. I think I prefer Marvel for superheroes and DC for villains, as a general rule. There are some exceptions, for I really, really hate Cap. America and Magneto is an awesome villain, but I think overall Marvel superheroes are more interesting and DC villains are just better thought out and more fun to hate.
  6. I would like to nominate @MadCast: Wazap for the Sensei Award and Leveler Assistance Recognition since he's spent several hours helping me farm for items and teaching me how to Monster Hunt properly. Thanks to him, I can actually play the game without instantly dying. Thanks Waz! On the same note, I would like to nominate @MadCast: Akisuke for the Leveler Assistance Recognition since he has also been helping me out with lower level hunts to farm for items. Thanks Aki! 😁
  7. This movie is absolutely amazing. Will try to be there, but I'm not 100% sure I can make it.
  8. Been doing a research paper for the last two days and I realized that I need one very awesome, chill song on repeat to really get into good essay writing. I love this dude's voice, and have been listening to this song for a total of like 8 hours now and I'm not even close to fed up with it.
  9. I guess it depends. A couple of breakfast food places around here have the fluffiest pancakes I have ever seen/eaten, and I'm all for those instead of waffles. If it's just crappy, un-fluffy pancakes (like the ones I make because I suck at cooking) give me waffles (not made by me ofc).
  10. I've seen people do it, personally ketchup is too sweet for me to have it on my eggs. Not the craziest thing I've seen though. *coughcough*pinappleonpizzaweirdos*coughcough*
  11. I don't think it's an either/or thing. We can't argue it's not a right, at least in most countries. As to whether it's a responsibility, I think it depends on the way you're voting. It might be your responsibility to vote, but if you're doing so uninformed just to say that you've voted, and that you've exercised your right as a citizen of wherever you are, I'd say you're being more irresponsible than responsible. In Chile, voting was mandatory for a long time after the military dictatorship. They had taken that right for so long that they felt it was their responsibility to make it an obligation so we wouldn't forget how important it was. That law is gone now, and the amount of people that go vote has gone down significantly to the point where I think it's only half that are voting. I'd honestly rather have that, than have people voting randomly because they are being forced to do so by their own government or other kinds of peer pressure. As to the argument of complaining, I understand that people have the right to say whatever they want, but I honestly don't care for the political opinion/rant of someone that didn't vote since there is no excuse for you not to do so. I share the idea that if people didn't vote, it might feel like they're saying "I don't care enough" or "I have no time for you", but I also understand that some people don't vote because they are not informed enough, and I appreciate that too.
  12. It's not a sandwich. No. Stop it.
  13. I was confused, but that didn't stop me from making a fool of myself! Long live my absent-mindedness!