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  1. Well now, I get low and I get high, And if I can't get either, I really try. Got the wings of heaven on my shoes. I'm a dancin' man and I just can't lose. You know it's all right. It's OK. I'll live to see another day.

  2. Sabrechien

    Kantai Collection Discussion Thread Kai

    You haven't played CyberNations by any chance? Buxom-clenching action, guaranteed. I may or may not be exaggerating.
  3. Off for the week. I shall return as a Canuck.

  4. Another stint of inactivity. Then another Salutations.

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    Kantai Collection Discussion Thread Kai

    Music would be perfect.
  6. Taking a week off from WoWS forums. Sometimes, life happens.

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    Kantai Collection Discussion Thread Kai

    Drama makes lurking fun, for participants, I suspect not so much
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    Kantai Collection Discussion Thread Kai

    People tend to stop observing after initial impressions.
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    Kantai Collection Discussion Thread Kai

    But then one could mention that wolves social creatures, not to mention related to a certain breed of domestic animal. The point is, bears live in a way that is very removed from human experiences. Wolves, like humans, experience a constant social dynamic. Now, I admit that societies have and do treat wolves poorly, but our domestication of wolves go a long way to showing otherwise. (I could even argue that dogs are basically wolves adapted to human society). Wolves are that "other clique." Hostile, perhaps, but something we can comprehend as social creatures. Foxes, though solitary, are not a major threat to humans and still interact with humans quite frequently. Bears lack the nuanced relationship wolves have with humans, as well as the adaptability to co-exist with humans for extended periods of time. Put into collective myths and legends, it's easy to draw parallels between bears and the archetypical loner, who for all intents and purposes is not going to drum up support for his/her cause; no one else will, either. (A massive "kick me" sign) In that sense, bears are treated as "bad guys" because nothing will prove otherwise. Wolves can rely on the pack for support, foxes can avoid being singled out, but bears cannot do either, and take the brunt of stigma.