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i work at a group home and i work overnight so i bring my xbox in and CR all night long. and use my phone or bring in my laptop and browse the forums.
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Pfft! no (looks down at crunchyroll app while working)
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I only read the news and comment, or visit the forums. Yes. Work gets in the way of my CR visits. And... NO. I don't watch anime at work, otherwise my work will REALLY get in the way of my CR visits.
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Sadly no. The company PC's are a nono and I use my breaks and lunches to read novels. Though lately I have been reading Fairy Tail the manga since I bought the first two volumes. But otherwise anime is a luxury reserved for home.. Sadly.
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CoffeeGodEddy wrote:

I watch it during school. Tech-class teachers don't care anymore once you do like 5 minutes of work. America education system at its finest!



Although teachers shouldn't be that negligent, you're seventeen. You ought to be well past the age of needing constant supervision to stay on task.
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The school filter blocked crunchyroll unfortunatley. I'm out of school now though so I don't kinow how strict uni will be.
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aeb0717 wrote:


CoffeeGodEddy wrote:

I watch it during school. Tech-class teachers don't care anymore once you do like 5 minutes of work. America education system at its finest!



Although teachers shouldn't be that negligent, you're seventeen. You ought to be well past the age of needing constant supervision to stay on task.


In high school during my junior year in my graphics class, our teacher was out for 3 months and we would have a week to finish three projects for him. Most of us were lazy for the first hour of class and then worked the second hour. I would spend that time watching anime on Crunchyroll. Then it got blocked.
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aeb0717 wrote:


CoffeeGodEddy wrote:

I watch it during school. Tech-class teachers don't care anymore once you do like 5 minutes of work. America education system at its finest!



Although teachers shouldn't be that negligent, you're seventeen. You ought to be well past the age of needing constant supervision to stay on task.


You're 22. You should be mature and intuitive enough to not judge a book by its cover. I make honor roll, take and pass AP courses (AKA college level classes), my GPA last time I check was above 5.0, and I'll be touring Embry Riddle's campus sometime this week since they were so kind enough to recognize my academic achievement. And coming out of high school a few years ago, you should know better than the old folk that the education system is absolutely flawed and inefficient. The only thing essential in school is Math, Science, and History. The rest should be career based courses. As mentioned above, I take technical courses because I plan to do something in the computer sciences field. It's not my fault the teachers only give 5 minute lesson plans. So then, now that I corrected your ignorance, how about the next time you give your opinion, you try not to assume or you worry about your own damn self. Because when you assume, you make and ASS out of U and ME. Have a pleasant day.
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LOL we have a couple of jp sushi guys in the deli that will watch anime with me when they catch me in the break room and tell me when the subtitle translations are off.
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CoffeeGodEddy wrote:



You're 22. You should be mature and intuitive enough to not judge a book by its cover. I make honor roll, take and pass AP courses (AKA college level classes), my GPA last time I check was above 5.0, and I'll be touring Embry Riddle's campus sometime this week since they were so kind enough to recognize my academic achievement. And coming out of high school a few years ago, you should know better than the old folk that the education system is absolutely flawed and inefficient. The only thing essential in school is Math, Science, and History. The rest should be career based courses. As mentioned above, I take technical courses because I plan to do something in the computer sciences field. It's not my fault the teachers only give 5 minute lesson plans. So then, now that I corrected your ignorance, how about the next time you give your opinion, you try not to assume or you worry about your own damn self. Because when you assume, you make and ASS out of U and ME. Have a pleasant day.


Considering how smart you are, you should know damn well how your initial post reads. Whether you like it or not, first impressions are important, and humans aren't mind-readers. It's all fine and dandy to spout pretty words like "don't judge a book by it's cover," but that's not how it plays out in real life. For example, you took my words as a personal attack. They aren't. Take your own advice.


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In high school during my junior year in my graphics class, our teacher was out for 3 months and we would have a week to finish three projects for him. Most of us were lazy for the first hour of class and then worked the second hour. I would spend that time watching anime on Crunchyroll. Then it got blocked.


Most of my teachers kept us busy, even when absent. I often got saddled with the "mean teachers" who were actually nice teachers who happened to not let students have their way. Even so, I occasionally tried to play "ninja" and get away with reading novels and day-dreaming. I was fairly notorious for not doing homework, but I was almost always a well-behaved student in class and tended to get aggravated whenever some students would trick subs, and when a few teachers proved to be easily swayed by students. And yet I was all but allergic to homework. I once failed Algebra II because of that (retook), actually, and bombed Spanish II and Sociology (retook Sociology). I was deliberately lazy.
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aeb0717 wrote:


TheGreatHoneyBun wrote:



In high school during my junior year in my graphics class, our teacher was out for 3 months and we would have a week to finish three projects for him. Most of us were lazy for the first hour of class and then worked the second hour. I would spend that time watching anime on Crunchyroll. Then it got blocked.


Most of my teachers kept us busy, even when absent. I often got saddled with the "mean teachers" who were actually nice teachers who happened to not let students have their way. Even so, I occasionally tried to play "ninja" and get away with reading novels and day-dreaming. I was fairly notorious for not doing homework, but I was almost always a well-behaved student in class and tended to get aggravated whenever some students would trick subs, and when a few teachers proved to be easily swayed by students. And yet I was all but allergic to homework. I once failed Algebra II because of that (retook), actually, and bombed Spanish II and Sociology (retook Sociology). I was deliberately lazy.


XD I took Algebra II my sophomore year and failed it too. I retook it my junior year (the school year that just ended) and passed it with a B average, although in my case it wasn't just me being lazy and not doing my homework (although it was a contributing factor) the teacher basically refused to teach.
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No time to check out Crunchyroll at work. My work is high-paced and detail-oriented so I wouldn't even try to check in as I may end up missing something vitally important regarding a patient!

However, if I have time for a real sit-down lunch break then I will definitely watch an episode.
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Posted 7/10/14
Well... I work at CR so I get to have the site open all day long
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mindfreeze wrote:

Well... I work at CR so I get to have the site open all day long



Internet attack!!
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Posted 7/12/14
I will when I'm at lunch, I can usually catch about 2 episode of a show and still have a little bit of time left over depending on how quickly I get everything ready
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