OK, so here's the story. While I was joining "Bloggers.com" (curtsy of Mimi), it didn't appear to like the title "Be", because of it's shortness. So I decided to just use my gaming name, like I do with practically everything else, because unlike Blogger, my nickname is too cool for other sites.
Anywho. I decided that if I'm going to have that title for myself for ever other single networking/gaming/whatever site, then I should just change it here.

The only reason I did not want to before was because I know it will confuse some people. But I think I left a message warning you of the name change in your comments (Oopsy Daisy's if I didn't). And I do know that it will confuse some people.

But I say "whatever" to that. Gaming names are about to take over one day or rather...

Lady Nansei

^^ Hmm, feels weird signing off like that...

Friday, May 6, 2011


Okay, before I fire away with today’s ramble I must apologise for my lack of posting/commenting and further more my absence from Blogger. I’ve been continuously forgetting to put my posts onto my thumb drive to take to the library and my home internet has been raging war against me for all eternity. I’m sorry. It’s the internet’s fault (and, kind of, mine but that’s irrelevant).

Well anyway, let’s steer away from that subject and get to something that we have been discussing in English: Change. It’s Shakespeare of course (or as one of my friends made me believe once: Shakesberry).
Recently we’ve been doing ‘Macbeth’ as our Spearian subject (did you know that he’s an epic coward? Unlike his wife who was like stabba, stab, stab, stab) and our teacher has bought up the concept of change. Apparently that’s what Macbeth is all about *insert coughing spasm* and I’ve come to ponder on that (as you do):

Do you believe that people can change? In one of my Manga’s there’s a kind and sweet young prince who witnesses everyone he loves being killed by monsters and a black-cladded warlock and then he grows up to be a heartless, cruel Ninja.
Everyone seems capable of changing into something bad but then when it comes time for a cheetah to change its spots people seem to roll their eyes and say something along the lines of, “once a baddie—always a baddie” (disclaimer: people may not say this, I actually have a very short understanding of what people say so I make stuff up).

I believe that people can change. It just depends on how much they want to change and if they have the ability to. I’ve changed from the weird little kid I used to be and that’s probably because of my experiences. As a book, which I cannot remember title, once said: Our experienced mark who we are. Or was that a movie?

Anyway, the moral in this is that if you kill someone’s family, poke them or do something really mean then it is most likely that they will one day murder and torture you.

Okay, I’m sorry; I have no idea what the moral in this is.


Be said...

This post is so overdue that we stopped doing Shakespear five weeks ago. Its so 2008 (do people actually say that?)

Natallie said...

You read manga? I'm a total manga fan so I jumped for joy when I read this, I love finding new manga friend, lol. I kind of already suspected that about people, it's usually the quiet ones that you've got to watch out for.

Hannahbelle :D said...

That's what you get when you have broadband internet XD

Hannahbelle :D said...

Do you still use Facebook? Been missing you.

Miss Vipro said...

LOL so true. I believe that people can change, although honestly I'm not the type of person who would give tehm a second chance, you're a good person that you do. It's just too easy for me to hold grudges, I'm a grudge holder.
I hope to hear more from you, been missing your blog on my dashboard.

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Jazzy E (hivenn) said...


Ali said...

people definitely change, as they grow up, experience new things, go to new places and meet new people. All of these things shape who we are and who we are becoming. I do however think that people can't go back to who they were before. Once you've changed, you've changed. you'll never be back at that same place. I think it's a good thing though. If you're in a bad place, don't try to go back to the way you were, because that didn't work out so well last time. work on changing yourself to be even better than before.
well look at me being all philosophical! we did Changes in yr 11 english and I used David Bowie's song 'Changes' as a supplementary text. ha.

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