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【ネタバレ】2014 by Dai
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"Sword Art Online 2, 2014 Activated."

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notsuki:

Sword Art Online II Official Trailer

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THERE IS A GOD

Text 29 Dec 20,876 notes Heroic Traits and Their Faults

clevergirlhelps:

  • Accepting – too accepting; willing to excuse extreme behavior
  • Adaptable – used to traveling from situation to situation; may not be able to fully adapt/live in a permanent situation
  • Affable – accidentally befriends the wrong sort of people; pushes to befriend everyone
  • Affectionate –inappropriate affection
  • Alert – constantly on edge; paranoid
  • Altruistic – self-destructive behavior for the sake of their Cause
  • Apologetic – apologizes too much; is a doormat; guilt-ridden
  • Aspiring – becomes very ambitious; ruthless in their attempts to reach goals
  • Assertive – misunderstood as aggressive; actually aggressive; others react negatively when they take command all the time
  • Athletic – joints weakened from exercise; performance-enhancing drug abuse; competitive

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From an Asian staffer, who says “Let Saigons be Saigons.” http://ift.tt/1dAHeEf

georgetakei:

From an Asian staffer, who says “Let Saigons be Saigons.” http://ift.tt/1dAHeEf

Photo 29 Dec 134,400 notes bitch-noodles:

best-spuds:

eridans-cottage-cheese-ass:

contradictingclouds:

lilchica237:

thedailymeme:

Everyone should start doing this

Reblog for good grades

Worth a shot.

My professor actually recommended this!

LOVETHISWEBSITE

And if you find an article which you want to use, but all you get is the abstract and not the full article, go on Ask a Librarian and tell them what you need, give them the DOI of that specific article you found, and they can find you that article online FOR FREE
and when citing, don’t use Easybib for APA, but use Bibme because on Easybib you gotta pay for everything not MLA.
Go on Ask a Librarian to help you with loads of shit. Like databases. Databases are hella. Use the super common ones like EBSCO, and Gale, and shit like that like take advantage of that if you have a lunar at card for your county, check on the library website for databases. Use those for research in school!
Also make sure that the the article or whatever you’re using is peer reviewed if you want it to be scholarly, because if it’s not then it’s only academic and not scholarly. Common mistake made.
And if you DO use a website, make sure that it’s actually reliable. Not all .org or .edu are reliable. There are some .com which are reliable, but not all. Dig into it, find out what’s good. Check who wrote the shit. Check their credentials. If you can’t find any, probably shouldn’t use that site. Remember, you are hardly ever gonna find scholarly websites (idk if they exist. P sure they do), but academic is possible.
Check the sources. Find better resources. Better resources=better work produced from you. Better research skills.
Good luck!

bitch-noodles:

best-spuds:

eridans-cottage-cheese-ass:

contradictingclouds:

lilchica237:

thedailymeme:

Everyone should start doing this

Reblog for good grades

Worth a shot.

My professor actually recommended this!

LOVETHISWEBSITE

And if you find an article which you want to use, but all you get is the abstract and not the full article, go on Ask a Librarian and tell them what you need, give them the DOI of that specific article you found, and they can find you that article online FOR FREE

and when citing, don’t use Easybib for APA, but use Bibme because on Easybib you gotta pay for everything not MLA.

Go on Ask a Librarian to help you with loads of shit. Like databases. Databases are hella. Use the super common ones like EBSCO, and Gale, and shit like that like take advantage of that if you have a lunar at card for your county, check on the library website for databases. Use those for research in school!

Also make sure that the the article or whatever you’re using is peer reviewed if you want it to be scholarly, because if it’s not then it’s only academic and not scholarly. Common mistake made.

And if you DO use a website, make sure that it’s actually reliable. Not all .org or .edu are reliable. There are some .com which are reliable, but not all. Dig into it, find out what’s good. Check who wrote the shit. Check their credentials. If you can’t find any, probably shouldn’t use that site. Remember, you are hardly ever gonna find scholarly websites (idk if they exist. P sure they do), but academic is possible.

Check the sources. Find better resources. Better resources=better work produced from you. Better research skills.

Good luck!

(Source: pwnagearcade)

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