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Title: Mylo --- In India
Post by: Mylo on August 18, 2012, 09:17:12 pm
Hi everyone!  I'm Mylo, an arctic fox.  I've been on Furtopia since 2010, which after lurking for a few months I considered to be a one-of-a-kind community among not only the furry fandom, but among so many other forums and websites I've visited.  I love this place, and now that the staff has appointed me as a watcher, I feel like I can finally contribute back to the well-being and sustainability of Furtopia as a community.  :)

I like to draw, write, photograph, make electronic music...pretty much anything art-related.  But I'm also fascinated with computers, electronics, people, consumerism, minimalism, world cultures (especially East Asia, including and especially Japan, which is why you'll occasionally see me writing in what little of the language I know), and anything to do with movies.  I am currently in college studying mechanical engineering.

Perhaps I'll add more to this thread later.  For now, if you all want to ask me anything about (most) anything, feel free to do so!
 
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Jet on August 18, 2012, 11:45:55 pm
woah!  :o  That's cool, you're a watcher now! :D Congratulations, Mylo.
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Hashira on August 19, 2012, 12:33:52 am
Congrats Mylo! *bro paw* that's so boss your part of staff now :D
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on August 19, 2012, 12:40:19 am
woah!  :o  That's cool, you're a watcher now! :D Congratulations, Mylo.

And now, I am watching you. o.o  That's right Jet.  YOU.
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Jet on August 19, 2012, 02:53:26 am
Are you gonna....you know..watch me..watch..me........eat?!?  O_o
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on August 19, 2012, 03:21:32 am
Are you gonna....you know..watch me..watch..me........eat?!?  O_o

Who knows?  All you've got to know is that I am watching... <.<
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Grizztof Grünwald on August 19, 2012, 04:32:04 am
What am I doing right now?
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Old Rabbit on August 19, 2012, 11:52:18 am
Congratulations Mylo  :orbunny:
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on August 19, 2012, 12:18:43 pm
Congrats Mylo! *bro paw* that's so boss your part of staff now :D

Thanks Carter. :)

Congratulations Mylo  :orbunny:

Thanks Old Rabbit. :)

What am I doing right now?

Not being online. :P
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Storm Fox on August 19, 2012, 04:57:36 pm
Hey there Mylo, Congratulations on your new watcher position. :D

Just be careful not to watch too hard, otherwise you could pull an all important watching muscle. :o
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on August 19, 2012, 05:38:58 pm
Hey there Mylo, Congratulations on your new watcher position. :D

Just be careful not to watch too hard, otherwise you could pull an all important watching muscle. :o


Thanks Storm Fox! I've been doing the usual stretches on the watching muscles...so unless I get really dehydrated, I don't think I'll be pulling any of the multitude of watching muscles for now.

Wait...
Storm Fox warns about pulling watching muscles.
Storm Fox is not a watcher anymore.
:o *dramatic head turn*

Is that...what happened...to you?! :o
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Storm Fox on August 19, 2012, 10:03:01 pm
Thanks Storm Fox! I've been doing the usual stretches on the watching muscles...so unless I get really dehydrated, I don't think I'll be pulling any of the multitude of watching muscles for now.

Wait...
Storm Fox warns about pulling watching muscles.
Storm Fox is not a watcher anymore.
:o *dramatic head turn*

Is that...what happened...to you?! :o
Alas, my secret shame. :goldhowl:
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Arbutus on August 20, 2012, 03:24:27 am
I second Storm Fox's advice. Back when I was a watcher, I once watched for too long at a stretch and was struck down by a freak watching accident that left me unable to watch for several days. Now I just use my cell phone to tell time.
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on August 21, 2012, 12:12:17 am
I second Storm Fox's advice. Back when I was a watcher, I once watched for too long at a stretch and was struck down by a freak watching accident that left me unable to watch for several days. Now I just use my cell phone to tell time.

How awful! Now I'll be really sure to not over-watch; the permanence of your injury is most foretelling of what injuries watchers can sustain.  :o
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on September 01, 2012, 12:05:43 am
It seems like I just packed up and left Massachusetts, but now I'm back.  It feels so weird to be back here after being in Texas for 3 months...and slowly but surely, everything's coming back to me.  I'm really excited for the upcoming year, and to everyone going off to college or school again, good luck with your endeavors.  :)  Remember, the end of the world is approaching fast, so make the most of it!  
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Arbutus on September 03, 2012, 10:16:52 am
Welcome back, good sir. 8)
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on April 11, 2013, 05:20:17 pm
It's time to update this thread. *blows dust off*  ひさしぶりですね~ (:  ((It's been a long time...))

So, in just a few weeks, I will be heading off to Japan for an internship for about two and a half months.  I just bought the plane ticket now, so everything is pretty finalized.  I am very excited to be going, but by then, I will be on a massive time shift from America.  I guess I will make very good friends with Furtopia's Australian residents.  :D  Other then that, I can't wait for the semester to be over.  This is going to be a very interesting summer... :D
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Storm Fox on April 13, 2013, 01:20:37 am
Wow, Japan is such a long way to go for an internship. :o

…Good luck with your endeavor Mylo.
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Natura Wolf on April 13, 2013, 04:01:43 am
*huggles Mylo Tightly*
Well deserved in everything you do Mylo <3 :)
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on May 29, 2013, 06:40:35 am
The Japanese sure do love their grape soda. XD 

(http://thumbnail.image.rakuten.co.jp/@0_mall/giftpark/cabinet/instant/drink/fanta-gre500.jpg)
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on June 09, 2013, 02:59:18 pm
So today I was Skyping with my friend and he told me about how like the Dallas Chief Fire Commissioner was a furry...or something.  He brought up the fact that he was a fox and wore a fursuit to the Dallas Anime Convention.  He brought it up as a joke, you know?  I laughed along with him and was just thinking...wow, what if I told him, "Oh by the way, I am actually a staff member on a furry forum, have a fox fursona, and own a partial fursuit (plus have a desire to wear one at a convention).  :o :D
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Storm Fox on June 10, 2013, 07:45:07 am
ミロ 誕生日 おめでとう. :)

(Hoping that's right), if not, then…

Happy Birthday Mylo. :)
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Loc on June 10, 2013, 08:02:20 am
Happy birthday Mylo :)
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on June 10, 2013, 11:14:33 am
Thanks Loc and Storm Fox :)
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Old Rabbit on June 10, 2013, 11:18:05 am
Happy Birthday Mylo. 

"Tosses you a large cupcake and lots of cookies."

Hope you have many many more.  :orbunny:
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on June 10, 2013, 01:58:42 pm
Happy Birthday Mylo. 

"Tosses you a large cupcake and lots of cookies."

Hope you have many many more.  :orbunny:

Thank you so much Old Rabbit :)
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on June 10, 2013, 01:59:26 pm
It was hilarious today explaining what sarcasm was to our Todai friends. :D
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: redyoshi49q on June 10, 2013, 04:56:52 pm
(*blinks, then checks the bottom of the main page*) It *is* your birthday!  Apparently, I had gotten a little bit lax about keeping on top of that list.  Happy birthday, Mylo!


and own a partial fursuit

I was confused for a bit given that your suit (http://forums.furtopia.org/fursuits-and-plushies/mylo's-fursuit-(wip)/msg865411/#msg865411) has a body to it.  I assume you mean "a partially completed fullsuit"?
Title: Re: Hello. Mylo here!
Post by: Mylo on June 10, 2013, 08:17:06 pm
(*blinks, then checks the bottom of the main page*) It *is* your birthday!  Apparently, I had gotten a little bit lax about keeping on top of that list.  Happy birthday, Mylo!


and own a partial fursuit

I was confused for a bit given that your suit (http://forums.furtopia.org/fursuits-and-plushies/mylo's-fursuit-(wip)/msg865411/#msg865411) has a body to it.  I assume you mean "a partially completed fullsuit"?

Thanks RY :)

And yes, I do mean a partially completed fursuit. :)
Title: Re: Absolutely Postively
Post by: Mylo on July 11, 2013, 12:51:20 pm
(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/Furry-RP_zps2afeeb6a.gif)

NOTE: I love our RP forum, but you've got to admit it is pretty funny when there are more RPs than topic posts! :D
Title: Re: Absolutely Postively
Post by: Jackie on July 11, 2013, 01:14:30 pm
(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/Furry-RP_zps2afeeb6a.gif)

Ok this is the funniest GIF i have ever seen, I am laughing my freakin head off now  :D thank you

(More are being made mwahaha!)
Title: Re: Absolutely Postively
Post by: Mylo on July 11, 2013, 08:23:07 pm
(More are being made mwahaha!)

What?  Did you say more???

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/RP-Death-Star_zpsdc83e7cb.gif)

NOTE: I don't actually want to destroy the RP forum as a lot of people enjoy it, but I do enjoy being able to filter what I see in my Recent Unread Topics, considering how many RPs there are! :D
Title: Re: Absolutely Positively
Post by: Mylo on July 12, 2013, 02:15:38 am
My Recent Unread Topics being overrun by RPs:

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/indy-russian-big-damn-ants_zps63e3868d.gif)
Title: Re: The Impossible Cool (see GIF)
Post by: Mylo on July 16, 2013, 11:27:38 am
(http://media2.onsugar.com/files/2013/06/17/798/n/1922398/35c6b4251b94f0d7_leo_dance_1_.xxxlarge.gif)

Leonardo DiCaprio. :D
Title: Re: The Impossible Cool (see GIF)
Post by: redyoshi49q on July 16, 2013, 01:27:16 pm
My Recent Unread Topics being overrun by RPs:

Read this thread (http://forums.furtopia.org/suggestion-box/'active-topic'-filters/).

(Also, I thought at first that a new thread was made in this section for some reason; your title shenanigans really threw me off!)
Title: Re: The Impossible Cool (see GIF)
Post by: SkyFire on July 16, 2013, 04:15:30 pm
My Recent Unread Topics being overrun by RPs

*folds his arms and frowns* "you got a problem with it?"
Title: Re: The Impossible Cool (see GIF)
Post by: Mylo on July 16, 2013, 09:15:39 pm
My Recent Unread Topics being overrun by RPs

*folds his arms and frowns* "you got a problem with it?"

Oh, you wanna go down??

BRING IT!  :D

NOTE: You've got to admit it is kind of funny that there seem to be more RPs than topics being posted in these days.
Title: Re: Mylo --- The Impossible Cool (see Leo GIF)
Post by: Mylo on July 16, 2013, 09:19:54 pm
(Also, I thought at first that a new thread was made in this section for some reason; your title shenanigans really threw me off!)

I added my name to the top so that whenever I change the title, it won't seem like a completely new thread. ;)
Title: Re: The Impossible Cool (see GIF)
Post by: Kobuk on July 16, 2013, 10:45:22 pm
My Recent Unread Topics being overrun by RPs

*folds his arms and frowns* "you got a problem with it?"

Yeah, I got a problem with it.  >:(


(http://www.imfdb.org/images/thumb/0/05/MaskFeelingLucky-1.jpg/800px-MaskFeelingLucky-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Mylo --- The Impossible Cool (see Leo GIF)
Post by: Alsek on July 16, 2013, 10:57:22 pm
I like that hat.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Kobuk v. RPs
Post by: Mylo on July 16, 2013, 11:39:21 pm
Apparently, Kobuk has a problem with it.  :D

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/RP-Summer-Wars_zps1e53f27f.gif)
Title: Re: Mylo --- The Impossible Cool (see Leo GIF)
Post by: Mylo on July 17, 2013, 03:06:57 am
I like that hat.

What about the suit?
Title: Re: Mylo --- Kobuk v. RPs
Post by: EmmaCornell on July 17, 2013, 10:56:59 am
(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/Furry-RP_zps2afeeb6a.gif)
My Recent Unread Topics being overrun by RPs

*folds his arms and frowns* "you got a problem with it?"

Oh, you wanna go down??

(http://thebiglead.fantasysportsven.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/dempsey-face-9-11-12.gif)

BRING IT!
Apparently, Kobuk has a problem with it.  :D

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/RP-Summer-Wars_zps1e53f27f.gif)



This is why I love this place.  :D
Title: Re: Mylo --- Kobuk v. RPs
Post by: Loc on July 17, 2013, 11:02:17 am
*sits on the sidelines and cheers on Kobuk*
Title: Re: Mylo --- Kobuk v. RPs
Post by: Kobuk on July 17, 2013, 08:06:37 pm
@Mylo: Just a bit of "advice", but I suggest we take this to the RP forum per this:
Quote
5. Role-Playing  Minor Role-playing in discussion threads is permitted provided it does not disrupt or distract from the original topic being discussed.  Large RPs may be moved to a more suitable area (Role-playing Games Forum) if needed at the Staff's discretion. (EXCEPTION: This rule does not apply to the Furry Role-Playing Game Forum located here: http://forums.furtopia.org/index.php?board=32.0 )

After all, this is supposed to be your "Meet the Staff" thread to discuss YOU.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Loc on July 17, 2013, 08:53:03 pm
Mylo :Saw this (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5wmHAUOVy8) and thought of you :p
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 17, 2013, 09:11:41 pm
Mylo :Saw this (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5wmHAUOVy8) and thought of you :p

That was pretty swell.  :)

To think that Gangnam Style was made over a year ago... 
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 17, 2013, 10:09:29 pm
Well, I guess I should update this thread with actual events of my life now.  :D  I'm still in Japan and will be here for 24 more days.  Being here has made me love the country even more.  It is so culturally unique, and I really couldn't have asked for a better summer experience. 

With that being said though, I still miss the United States.  It really brings truth to the famous Wizard of Oz movie quote:

(http://s3.amazonaws.com/rapgenius/tumblr_m6qgyqb0At1qkh06wo1_r1_500.gif)

But I've done so much stuff while I've been here.  Over the next few posts, I'll post some pictures I've taken over the weeks.  ;) 
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 17, 2013, 10:27:46 pm
TOKYO



(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130601_085_zps7df4f447.jpg)
Tokyo Sky Tree, the second tallest man-made structure in the world

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130612_035_zps022826b1.jpg)
Shibuya Crosswalk, a huge and famous...crosswalk

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130615_001_zps1fc5b358.jpg)
Yodobashi Camera, a huge electronics department store

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130601_008_zps363a9eca.jpg)
The view from the top of the Bunkyo Civic Center

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130531_020_zps3e853a23.jpg)
Akihabara, called the mecca of otaku culture in Tokyo

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130614_087_zpsf97e18d0.jpg)
Inside a capsule hotel, which I stayed at before I departed for Kyoto



Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: EmmaCornell on July 17, 2013, 11:13:29 pm
You were in a capsule hotel! :goldlaugh: I've always wanted to be in one!
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 17, 2013, 11:31:15 pm
You were in a capsule hotel! :goldlaugh: I've always wanted to be in one!

It's pretty interesting.  There was a grid of capsules on the wall, about 7 long-ways by 2 high.  There is a privacy shade as you see in the picture.  You get a locker just outside the capsule to put your stuff in, and you leave your big bags downstairs in the business lounge.  It was great for the price (only around $40).  You do get to hear everyone's alarms in the morning, but for me I don't mind that at all.  Oh, and the showers are public. :D
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Old Rabbit on July 18, 2013, 11:32:47 am
Very interesting Mylo.. I am a bit surpised they would build a tall
structure like the Sky Tree in such a earthquake prone area.. But I am
sure the designers have built many safeguards into it.

Perhaps you can get a view shot from the top of it. :orbunny:

Japan has always been a interesting country. A people so honorable, with
a love of science and technology.

Old Rabbit :orbunny:

Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Loc on July 18, 2013, 01:24:15 pm
You were in a capsule hotel! :goldlaugh: I've always wanted to be in one!

It's pretty interesting.  There was a grid of capsules on the wall, about 7 long-ways by 2 high.  There is a privacy shade as you see in the picture.  You get a locker just outside the capsule to put your stuff in, and you leave your big bags downstairs in the business lounge.  It was great for the price (only around $40).  You do get to hear everyone's alarms in the morning, but for me I don't mind that at all.  Oh, and the showers are public. :D
That sounds pretty fun XD
(In theory, I hate public showers and am claustrophobic, but I wish I wasn't so I could give that a try some time)
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 18, 2013, 08:35:27 pm
ODAIBA



(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130614_066_zps18963b0b.jpg)
Rainbow Bridge...we didn't get to see it at night, but apparently they project rainbows on it

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130614_062_zpsa738fc96.jpg)
Our Statue of Liberty is better

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130614_065_zps2b94495a.jpg)
Aboard a train inside the Rainbow Bridge

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130614_025_zpseb0933f4.jpg)
A life-size Gundam outside of a mall

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130614_057_zps09e28c43.jpg)
The headquarters of Fuji Television
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 18, 2013, 08:48:18 pm
Very interesting Mylo.. I am a bit surprised they would build a tall
structure like the Sky Tree in such a earthquake prone area.. But I am
sure the designers have built many safeguards into it.

Perhaps you can get a view shot from the top of it. :orbunny:

Japan has always been a interesting country. A people so honorable, with
a love of science and technology.

Old Rabbit :orbunny:

When we went to Tokyo Sky Tree, the weather was not that good, so we didn't go to the top.  Now, I'm in Kyoto, so unfortunately that top shot has eluded me.  (:

Technology is very integrated here, but it's much easier to do than in America because of how relatively close in proximity everyone is to each other.  With that being said, America can still do a lot of things regarding technology integration, as I've seen in Japan


That sounds pretty fun XD
(In theory, I hate public showers and am claustrophobic, but I wish I wasn't so I could give that a try some time)

You really should if you get the chance.  :)  The capsules aren't that small, and...I don't really like public showers as well, but it was just one night.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Old Rabbit on July 19, 2013, 12:58:27 pm
Ok on the clouds and the Sky Tree.   When you have a place that high
the weather is going to affect tourist views. 

Just courious, have you had a chance to ride one of the Bullet trains?  I
imagine it would be something to see, and or ride. :orbunny:

Yes the open spaces here in the U.S. does make technology more expensive
and time consuming to implement. Also Japan after the war had to rebuild. This
gave them the option to build a more modern infrastructure  Same thing with
China and other modernizing countries now days.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 19, 2013, 07:59:19 pm
Just courious, have you had a chance to ride one of the Bullet trains?  I
imagine it would be something to see, and or ride. :orbunny:

Not yet, but I'm going to take one back to Tokyo on August 9th.  People say it's quite the experience.  :)
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 20, 2013, 10:31:52 am
KANSAI



(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130629_17_44_47_Panorama_zpsa1b52465.jpg)
The city of Kyoto

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130714_005_zps5a83a30f.jpg)
A view from a train in Osaka

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130715_035_zps8838078e.jpg)
The Cup Noodle Museum

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130630_033_zps51ce363a.jpg)
The edge of downtown Kyoto

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130630_026_zps111cae9c.jpg)
A temple in Nara, and also the largest all-wooden structure in the world

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130629_019_zpsda7dd9c9.jpg)
Another temple

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130629_017_zps0983f160.jpg)
Yet another temple...

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130622_011_zpsc6831428.jpg)
Kyoto Station

(http://i1325.photobucket.com/albums/u621/arcticmylo1/WP_20130629_008_zpsa9690f11.jpg)
The Golden Temple, also a stock background in an old version of Mac OS X
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Old Rabbit on July 20, 2013, 11:45:45 am
Ok on taking the train next month.. I look forward to hearing
about it. :orbunny:

My that Kyoto station looks huge even in a picture.

I have often wondered if modern Japan is much lilke one large
suburbia outside the cities. Not one continuous village, but where
one can see man made structures virtually everywhere.  
The pictures show some nice country scenes though.  

I can remember 50 years ago in the area where I live one could
travel miles and not see a house or building. Now traveling along
those same roads it's hard to find a spot where you can't see a
house or barn.

Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 20, 2013, 12:36:33 pm
I have often wondered if modern Japan is much lilke one large
suburbia outside the cities. Not one continuous village, but where
one can see man made structures virtually everywhere.  
The pictures show some nice country scenes though.  

The Japanese countryside free from suburbia still exists.  :)  It's just not too apparent when it's dwarfed by the fame of Tokyo and all the great cities in Japan.  In fact, next weekend, I will be going to the country to a very very small village to do some work.  I'll have to let you know how that goes later.   
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Old Rabbit on July 21, 2013, 11:25:35 am
I am glad to hear they do still have land that is free of
structures..  

It will be interesting to see what you have to say about the small
villages.

Some years ago I read that in the very small villages, people may
serve themselves in small shops and leave the money. Even though
the owner might be out.

I understand it's part of the family honor they hold close.  Theft or any
dishoner would bring shame to the family.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 22, 2013, 09:07:48 am
And now for another celebrity dancing GIF:

(http://24.media.tumblr.com/747a8d4bcea6a328c46435fa0d8723dd/tumblr_mnpkauamhg1s5746vo1_500.gif)
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Shim on July 22, 2013, 10:31:14 am
The Japanese countryside free from suburbia still exists.  :)  It's just not too apparent when it's dwarfed by the fame of Tokyo and all the great cities in Japan.  In fact, next weekend, I will be going to the country to a very very small village to do some work.  I'll have to let you know how that goes later.   

Chicago gets a similar rap. "There's farmland in Illinois?"
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: redyoshi49q on July 22, 2013, 03:28:00 pm
Chicago gets a similar rap. "There's farmland in Illinois?"

As someone who is surrounded by miles upon miles of said farmland, it's hard for me to think of anything *but* farmland when I think of Illinois.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Today's Topic: Mylo
Post by: Mylo on July 22, 2013, 08:01:59 pm
Chicago gets a similar rap. "There's farmland in Illinois?"

As someone who is surrounded by miles upon miles of said farmland, it's hard for me to think of anything *but* farmland when I think of Illinois.

Same.  I drove through Illinois with my family...not very city-like.  Then again, it was southern Illinois.
Title: Re: Mylo --- The trick, William Potter, is....
Post by: Mylo on July 23, 2013, 10:40:50 am
And now for an inspirational life quote:

(http://99gifs.com/-img/505715b1afa96f2205000078.gif)
Title: Re: Mylo --- I like to sleep.
Post by: Mylo on July 28, 2013, 07:57:27 am
Are you all like this on the weekends?  I know I am...

(http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mdjaugLbLN1r7ksqyo1_500.gif)
Title: Re: Mylo --- I like to sleep.
Post by: Old Rabbit on July 28, 2013, 11:09:36 am
I am one of those who hates to go to bed and hates to get up.  :D
One of those paradoxes I live with especially on weekends.

:orbunny:
Title: Re: Mylo --- Thread of the week.
Post by: Mylo on July 28, 2013, 11:30:07 pm
A reminder to keep moving forward!
Title: Re: Mylo --- Going home this Saturday :3
Post by: Mylo on August 04, 2013, 09:04:14 pm
So after about two months, my Japan trip is finally coming to a close.  This Saturday I will be making the long trip home to America.  It has been a really amazing time this summer (aside from being on totally different time zones with America :D), and someday in the future, I'd really like to return to this country.  Japan was everything I thought it was going to be and more.

But hey?  I've still got a week left. :)
Title: Re: Mylo --- Going home this Saturday :3
Post by: Arbutus on August 05, 2013, 12:42:50 am
OH HELLO MYLO. I just wanted to say that I'm so glad you're in Japan and that you took the leap and made it happen and are traveling to some amazing-looking places and making memories and OH NO THE PORTAL IS CLOSING

*winks back out of existence!*
Title: Re: Mylo --- Going home this Saturday :3
Post by: Mylo on August 05, 2013, 01:03:39 am
OH HELLO MYLO. I just wanted to say that I'm so glad you're in Japan and that you took the leap and made it happen and are traveling to some amazing-looking places and making memories and OH NO THE PORTAL IS CLOSING

*winks back out of existence!*

o.O

*expression of surprise at seeing someone totally unexpected*

It's nice to see you aga--

*halts as the portal closes*

-_____-
Title: Re: Mylo --- Going home this Saturday :3
Post by: Old Rabbit on August 05, 2013, 11:50:13 am
It gives one a new prospective on life when you can visit other
countries and experience their culture.

When you come back you will be wanting to sleep all day.  :D

I almost fell over when that portal let Arbutus in. :orbunny:
It's always good to see our bunny friend, and I hope he is
doing well.

Old Rabbit :orbunny:
Title: Re: Mylo --- In Transit to America
Post by: Mylo on August 09, 2013, 08:39:03 am
Now for the 24 hour plus trip home. :)

Also, Shinkansen's are amazing. It's like an airplane...on the ground. I got to Tokyo from Kyoto in 2 hours and 20 minutes, while on an overnight bus it took about 7 hours. Then again, the N700 series Shinkansen was probably going faster than 140 mph, and I think it has a top speed around 170 mph.

I took some video, so maybe I'll post it when I get home.

Anyways, I'm looking forward to once again being on the same time zone as you all! :D
Title: Re: Mylo --- In Transit to America
Post by: SkyFire on August 09, 2013, 09:49:09 am
Huzzah! :D

Miss home at all while you were away? I know I could never pull a trip like this off unless I took my family with me, I'm a homebody. :)
Title: Re: Mylo --- In Transit to America
Post by: Mylo on August 09, 2013, 09:51:11 am
Huzzah! :D

Miss home at all while you were away? I know I could never pull a trip like this off unless I took my family with me, I'm a homebody. :)

Of course I missed home. But, Japan was too awesome for me to dwell on that!
Title: Re: Mylo --- In Transit to America
Post by: SkyFire on August 09, 2013, 10:16:59 am
What did you see that really made you go, "WOW!", in Japan?

I know that you probably mentioned a few things, but I just want to know what ordinary things over there are so different from over here.
Title: Re: Mylo --- In Transit to America
Post by: Mylo on August 09, 2013, 11:35:11 am
Here's one thing.

For the most part, people in Japan are very respectful to each other and the nice things they have. For example, when I exited a certain train in rural Japan, they didn't have a ticket checker. You just put your ticket in a bin. Basically, that means you can buy like a ¥190 ticket and then go as far as that ¥1350 ticket, and nobody would know. But obviously most if not 99% of people aren't idiots and take advantage of that. They buy the ¥1350 ticket to go the ¥1350 distance.

In America, I feel there is a predominant culture of "If you beat the system, then you're respected." In Japan, if you do everything you can to keep the system good for everyone else, then you are respected.

If you come here, it's amazing what you can contrast with America. I'll just say a general statement for now, but I'm going to have to explain it later. Being in Japan made me really realize that we are a nation based on fear. Now, that really does sound like an extreme statement and over general, but I'll explain it later.
Title: Re: Mylo --- In Transit to America
Post by: SkyFire on August 09, 2013, 11:47:32 am
Hmmmm........

That's more than a little food for thought right there.....

Title: Re: Mylo --- In Transit to America
Post by: Gauthar on August 09, 2013, 07:16:45 pm
Have safe trip and hit me up when back
Title: Re: Mylo --- In Transit to America
Post by: Old Rabbit on August 11, 2013, 11:58:02 am
In a culture where respect for each other is held high. Fear of others would be much less or virtually non existent.

A century ago one would find many places here in the U.S where you
could trust almost everyone. Though it was more prevelent in the
rural areas even then.

In some small comunities here in the U.S. there is some reminant of respect
where some people feel comfortable leaving their homes and property unlocked or unguarded. But even there it is quickly disappearing.

When disaster strikes we find the true nature of americans. We
stand up and help each other in great numbers. Of course the
media with it's desire or need of ratings always points out the bad
side of humanity. We need the media, but hearing about terrible
events can create distrust, distress, and fear over time.

I wonder how the media paints events in Japan. Of course their
culture would affect it.

On a lighter side. How was the bullet train ride? :orbunny:


Title: Re: Mylo --- Supertoys last all summer long...
Post by: Mylo on August 13, 2013, 09:22:19 pm
Another thing...the Japanese have a philosophy that image is everything.  The convenience store food (which is about the same quality as gas station food) is still prepared so that it looks good.  McDonald's food is arranged artfully.  They have this idea that if food looks good, then it will taste good. 

I think this is what drew me to Japanese culture...that presentation is everything.  Even before I knew about this part of their culture, I was instilled with this same ideal as well (I say ideal because I don't do it all the time, but I highly value it).
Title: Re: Mylo --- Supertoys last all summer long...
Post by: Old Rabbit on August 14, 2013, 01:03:41 pm
Yes. That belief in image ties in well with respect or loss of it.. I understand
the Samari committed suicide rather than living in dishonor.

I don't know how the average Japanese deals with dishonor. But I am sure
it's still hard to live with.

Even here image is important to many people. A buisness will usually
do a lot better if it has a good image.

Of course some people here don't care at all.

Old Rabbit :orbunny:

Title: Re: Mylo --- Supertoys last all summer long...
Post by: Mylo on August 19, 2013, 10:44:08 pm
Now of course everything has its downsides, and Japan is no exception.  The first thing that was very apparent was how pacified the society seemed from an outside perspective.  Some can argue over whether this is a good or bad thing, but it just looked like...

Well here are a few examples.  The advertisements on the train all had really cute characters and smiling faces plastered all over them, and at every train stop a cute melodic tone would play when the train's doors opened and closed.  This was in direct contrast to the salarymen who looked absolutely crushed during the late hours of the night, tired from work.

This thought was kind of dark, but it just came to my head after hearing the music...there are a lot of train suicides in Japan, so how awful it would be for those people committing suicide to here that music at the end...

You go to a game center, and of course it's great fun, but you also see salarymen there like zombies...just mashing buttons without moving any other part of their body but their arms, completely encapsulated by the game it seems.  And each play of these games cost around a dollar, so you know they spend a lot of money here.

In Tokyo, you are constantly bombarded by advertisements, melodies and music, announcements...there are restaurants everywhere.  Tokyo (and the other cities of Japan) are truly consumer paradises.

And everything seems to be designed to facilitate minimal interaction between people.  Vending machines.  Bike racks.  Pre-recorded audio thanks you in the polite language, but it's just a cold robotic woman's voice saying the same thing to everyone (like the United States in the auto cash registers nowadays).  People who serve you in restaurants and convenience stores just serve you very politely, but once again, they are like robots themselves. 

Japan is a far more consumer-based society than the United States, and currently, the country really shows what a super consumerist society can become.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Supertoys last all summer long...
Post by: Old Rabbit on August 20, 2013, 12:44:19 pm
Several years ago I saw a documentary on tv showing how
Japanese children are taught in schools. It appeared to
be very competitive. This continued into college. There
they toss a young man into a tough buisness learning curve
where he either makes the grade or fails in disgrace.

It's been sometime so I don't know if they still teach their
people this way or not.  I have seen some physical game shows
on tv where the average young person will do almost anything
to win. Not to hurt one another but they didn't seem to worry
about hurting themselves while trying to win. Of course you never
know how real programs like this are.

Not knowing any Japanese personally, I can only go on what I
have seen and read. They appear to be very industrious and
hard working. 

I often wonder how it would have affected this country or theirs
if we had accepted them as the 49th state when they applied back
in the 1950's.  Of course there wasn't any way we would have accepted
them with the terrible memories of WWII so fresh in our minds.

Title: Re: Mylo --- The fall comes...
Post by: Mylo on September 08, 2013, 10:36:27 pm
School has begun, and now I'm working on the second half of my undergraduate degree.  They say that the winter is going to be very cold in Boston, and I can feel that in how cool it is now.  I'm taking six classes this semester (up from the normal four), so it is going to be more busy than usual.  I don't really know what to expect this year.  So far, I am just rolling with it. 

It feels odd, like I am along for the ride.
Title: Re: Mylo --- The fall comes...
Post by: Old Rabbit on September 10, 2013, 11:58:57 am
Sounds like your going to be a busy fellow. Keep your
fur collar close to keep out those cold winter winds.
Best wishes for a successful year of learning.

:orbunny:
Title: Re: Mylo --- The fall comes...
Post by: Wrangell on September 10, 2013, 12:52:00 pm
Very nice! I'm on my Sophomore year of college up in Alaska studying to be a commercial pilot. I'm taking 6 classes as well (I've got a busy week) best of luck on your schooling!  :D 
Title: Re: Mylo --- Is it already the holiday season?
Post by: Mylo on November 02, 2013, 11:29:06 pm
November all ready.  The last month went by so quickly, but I suppose it was also quite eventful.  More eventful than I thought it would be in my real life.

But now it's the holiday season, or at least it is for me.  :)  I like getting into it early personally.  Surprisingly we are still having warmish days in Boston...I remember this time last year it was already snowing.

Also, Midwest FurFest is in less than 3 weeks!  Very much looking forward to that; gonna be meeting a lot of Furtopians (and rooming with two of Furtopia's staff, Shim and Ziel).  It's going to be my first furcon, so we'll see how it goes...  :)


I still find joy in watching the leaves fall...it means that the year is progressing.  

Title: Re: Mylo --- Is it already the holiday season?
Post by: Old Rabbit on November 07, 2013, 11:55:13 am
 I would say November starts the holiday season. At least the buying season these days.  :D

Only 3 weeks to turkey day. Hope you have a nice holiday season Mylo. :orbunny:
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Mylo on February 24, 2014, 01:41:05 am
It's hard to believe that the year is 2014.  I still think about it sometimes and realize just how far we are in the timeline.  Or at least, it seems like that, thanks to the power of Hollywood movies and bestselling sci-fi novels.

I have this feeling of progression that I haven't felt in a while.  That's really all I have to say.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onwards
Post by: GrayWolf448 on February 24, 2014, 02:09:58 am
if it's the progression of our technology that you are talking about, i feel the same way... in the past 15 years we went from these big chunky laptops to these small phones that can do more. and in biology it went from almost no interest to the highest demand, well besides making money....  sad to see that lots of our technology is just used for getting rich....

funny thing is how accurate those movies are. like in gattaca all the gene mods, we most likely will have that in the next decade. and for space we might start building a moon base in the next 4 decades. 
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Jackie on March 07, 2014, 01:08:25 pm
I know I posted in the other thread on this, but.....!!!CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Mylo on March 08, 2014, 12:22:55 am
I know I posted in the other thread on this, but.....!!!CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Thanks Bear.  :) 
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Old Rabbit on March 08, 2014, 11:04:57 am
Congratulations again Mylo :orbunny:
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Aloneness on March 08, 2014, 07:19:41 pm
First a member
Second a watcher
Third a mod...

Consider yourself suspect of world domination! *stairs at with huge glasses and a yellow and red scarf wrapped around my neck wearing a green uniform*
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Mylo on March 10, 2014, 12:59:03 am
Thanks again Old Rabbit. :)

*looks at Aloneness and imagines Harry Potter if he were transferred to Slytherin?* :D
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Mylo on April 25, 2014, 02:19:17 am
Sometimes I wonder how apparent it is every decision we make, and how it affects so many other things.  Today, one small choice that I made changed the entire day in a way I didn't even consider was going to be possible.  Of course it sounds overblown, but it's just times like these where I realize how almost random these choices can be that grow into these awesome and completely unrelated and unexpected things that you didn't see coming.  Or perhaps very negative things that you didn't see coming...who knows?
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Old Rabbit on April 25, 2014, 12:39:26 pm
I think you will find that as you grow older with greater responsibility your
decisions will be more life changing.

When young we do many things, though we feel they are important at the
time they usually don't affect our lives all that much.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Mylo on April 25, 2014, 02:34:44 pm
I think you will find that as you grow older with greater responsibility your
decisions will be more life changing.

When young we do many things, though we feel they are important at the
time they usually don't affect our lives all that much.

And that's the thing...this random choice ended in an unrelated and unexpected outcome.  But, it really has no effect on the rest of my life, or even the next few days of my life.  It's just more an admiration of the phenomenon.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Jackie on June 03, 2014, 06:23:39 pm
Some of the smallest decisions can change your life completely.

I've always been fascinated by the huge and baffling odds of the coincidences in everything. Like if I hadn't watched 2 seconds of video mentioning Furtopia, then I most likely would have never met you all, and may have been a completely different person in many ways. The complexity of even the smallest of things is still, and always will be beyond comprehension, but that doesn't stop it being amazing, and strangely beautiful! :)
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: the lone shadow wolf on June 04, 2014, 02:30:10 am
some say just by knoking a stone from a long way a way can move a boulder....or something like that :-[

but tiny things make a big impact
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: GrayWolf448 on June 04, 2014, 02:52:11 am
Some of the smallest decisions can change your life completely.

I've always been fascinated by the huge and baffling odds of the coincidences in everything. Like if I hadn't watched 2 seconds of video mentioning Furtopia, then I most likely would have never met you all, and may have been a completely different person in many ways. The complexity of even the smallest of things is still, and always will be beyond comprehension, but that doesn't stop it being amazing, and strangely beautiful! :)

im amazed by this too. there have been many small things that changed my life, and if it weren't for them i would have not been the person i am today, meet all of you, and would have never found sciex.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Keitsu on June 04, 2014, 04:13:19 am
Despite all the bad things that happeen I'm glad that I've found Gray, Furtopia and the Furry community. ^^ So many small things help decide the outcome and I found Furtopia though a video on youtube. Chance is involved in many things and there is infinite variables that play in the world everyday that have an affect on your life as well as others.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Old Rabbit on June 10, 2014, 02:20:35 pm
Happy Birthday Mylo.

Hope you have a fine day.

"Gives you a big cake with candles on it"

Old Rabbit :orbunny:
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Jackie on June 10, 2014, 02:44:22 pm
Happy Birthday Mylo!!!

I really hope that you are having, and continue to have a fantastic day! ^-^
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Storm Fox on June 10, 2014, 03:21:18 pm
Happy Birthday Mylo. :)
Title: Re: Mylo --- Marching Ever Onward
Post by: Loc on June 11, 2014, 01:58:07 am
Happy birthday Mylo :3
Title: Re: Mylo --- Summer Is Coming
Post by: Mylo on June 11, 2014, 11:43:44 am
Thanks for the birthday wishes :)

Today I'm headed back to Boston for the summer...should be an exciting new adventure.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Summer Is Coming
Post by: HazardJackal on June 11, 2014, 08:29:19 pm
Bah, i'm late for the party... but that's not important.  Happy (belated) Birthday, Mylo!  :)  I hope you (had) a wonderful time!  :D
Title: Re: Mylo --- Summer Is Coming
Post by: Kobuk on December 10, 2014, 09:59:07 am
Where's Mylo? He hasn't been around since Sept.  :o

Looks under the couch, in the closets, under the rug, but can't find Mylo.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Summer Is Coming
Post by: Loc on December 10, 2014, 11:28:37 am
Sometimes, real life gets in the way and takes people out of the loop for a little while. There's nothing wrong with that. I'm sure Mylo will be back with us soon.
Title: Re: Mylo --- Summer Is Coming
Post by: Jackie on December 10, 2014, 02:37:32 pm
I missed him too, maybe he's been really busy with studying?
Title: Re: Mylo --- Keep Moving Forward
Post by: Mylo on February 17, 2015, 11:56:51 pm
It's been a long time, but Loc's right...real life did come between the site and I for the past few months, but now things seem to have tapered off.

But now I'm back for the time being.  It's great to see you all again :)

Title: Re: Mylo --- Keep Moving Forward
Post by: Jackie on February 17, 2015, 11:59:44 pm
Welcome back Mylo! ^_^

(http://www.portlandmercury.com/binary/b7ed/1285005638-bear_hug.jpg)
Title: Re: Mylo --- OMG NEW FURNSONA HOLY COW LOOK AT ME>>>
Post by: Mylo on April 01, 2015, 02:58:29 am
Hey guys.

So I have a new furnsona!  It's a Japanese futon on a tatami mat with an unsymmetrically placed lamp behind paper walls.  It's one of a kind and super special and represents me in every way.  I wrote the backstory too: take a look!!!!!

A futon is traditional Japanese bedding consisting of padded mattresses and quilts pliable enough to be folded and stored away during the day, allowing the room to serve for purposes other than as a bedroom. The bedding set referred to as futon in Japan fundamentally consists of a shikibuton (敷き布団 bottom mattress) and a kakebuton (掛け布団 thick quilted bedcover).[1] The word futon is an English loanword derived from Japanese futon (布団 or 蒲団?) [ɸɯ̥tɔɴ] ( listen). It is Sino-Japanese, originally meaning 'round cushions filled with cattail flower spikes'; it is derived from Chinese fu or pu (蒲 cattail) + ton or tuan (団 round).[2]

A futon is a flat mattress with a fabric exterior stuffed with cotton, wool, or synthetic batting that makes up a Japanese bed. Futons are sold in Japan at speciality stores called futon'ya as well as at department stores. They are often sold in sets that include the futon mattress (shikibuton), a comforter (kakebuton) or blanket (毛布 mōfu), a summer blanket resembling a large towel (タオルケット taoruketto), and a pillow (枕 makura) generally filled with beans, buckwheat chaff, or plastic beads.[citation needed] Futons are designed to be placed on tatami flooring, and are traditionally folded away and stored in a closet during the day to allow the tatami to breathe and to allow for flexibility in the use of the room. Futons must be aired in sunlight regularly, especially if not put away during the day. In addition, many Japanese beat their futons regularly to prevent the padding from matting. They use a futon tataki (布団叩き), a special instrument, traditionally made from bamboo, resembling a Western carpet beater.

Futon are available in single, semi-double, and double sizes.

The Western futon is based on the Japanese original, with several major differences. It is almost always placed on a configurable wood or metal frame for dual use as a bed and a chair or couch. Typically, the frame folds in the middle, allowing the futon to be used as a couch, and flattens for use as a bed. It is usually filled with foam as well as batting, often in several layers, and is often much thicker and larger than Japanese futons, resembling a traditional mattress in size. Western-style futons are an alternative to a bed or other furniture, and are often sold in sets that include the mattress and frame. Futons normally feature a removable and replaceable cover in a variety of colours to match evolving modern decorating tastes. Western Futon mattress fillings vary from the economical offcut pieces of foam, to the higher quality eco-friendly natural fillings of felt and wool.

In Japanese, a zabuton (za, sitting + futon) is a square, thin cushion for sitting on instead of a chair when one sits at a small, 30 cm high table in a tatami room.
Title: Re: Mylo --- OMG NEW FURNSONA HOLY COW LOOK AT ME>>>
Post by: Ziel on April 01, 2015, 12:49:45 pm
The western futon is also invariably the least comfortable sleeping option available.
Title: Re: Mylo --- OMG NEW FURNSONA HOLY COW LOOK AT ME>>>
Post by: Old Rabbit on June 10, 2015, 11:25:31 am
Happy Birthday Mylo.

Hope you have a fine day.

"Tosses you a bag of cookies and a large Chocolate cake with the appropriate
number of candles on it.."

Old Rabbit :orbunny:


Title: Re: Mylo --- OMG NEW FURNSONA HOLY COW LOOK AT ME>>>
Post by: Storm Fox on June 10, 2015, 11:12:05 pm
Happy birthday Mylo. :)
Title: Re: Mylo --- In India
Post by: Mylo on June 12, 2015, 09:03:35 am
Thanks for the birthday wishes.

At the moment, I am in India with a spotty Internet connection, so I'm working on getting that more consistent.
Title: Re: Mylo --- In India
Post by: Iara Warriorfeather on August 12, 2015, 12:40:29 am
If you're still in India, hope you're enjoying every minute of it!  (:
Title: Re: Mylo --- In India
Post by: Mylo on August 12, 2015, 06:14:33 pm
If you're still in India, hope you're enjoying every minute of it!  (:

I just got back to the US about three hours ago! The experience was brilliant.
Title: Re: Mylo --- In India
Post by: redyoshi49q on August 12, 2015, 11:01:31 pm
I just got back to the US about three hours ago! The experience was brilliant.

Glad to hear that you enjoyed yourself.

If you don't mind my asking, what brought you to India?
Title: Re: Mylo --- In India
Post by: Natura Wolf on August 13, 2015, 04:05:57 am
Wow,

Japan now india, your really travelling the world.
:)
Title: Re: Mylo --- In India
Post by: Mylo on August 16, 2015, 03:48:52 pm
I just got back to the US about three hours ago! The experience was brilliant.

Glad to hear that you enjoyed yourself.

If you don't mind my asking, what brought you to India?

I had the opportunity to work in a research lab over there, and given the opportunity to go off again outside the US was too much to refuse.
Title: Re: Mylo --- In India
Post by: Old Rabbit on August 17, 2015, 11:10:02 am
Welcome back. Glad all went well. :orbunny:
Title: Re: Mylo --- In India
Post by: Jackie on December 01, 2015, 09:11:15 pm
I really like that you had the opportunity and took it, it's good to know you are having fun with your education! ^-^