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>she has brain damage
"She's fine"
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I can't tell if they were being subtle or if some animator made a mistake.
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I'm willing to pass one that off as an animator's mistake, but no one seems to care that she has narcolepsy either.
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>>100176084
she's literally stuck between here and the afterlife of course she's gonna get some brain damage
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I feel like I have brain damage after staring at that pic for ages trying to work out what the problem was.
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>>100176536
Pupils contracting unevenly
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>>100175287
It was a beautiful lie.
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>>100175287
cumdumps only exist to bare children, who cares if it has a functional brain?
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>>100176760
Don't pupils normally contract individually? Like if you keep one eye closed it'll adjust to the dark but the other will still be undilated.
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No. Also, we've had this thread before.
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>>100179485
I would think this, only the one with the light on it would contract. Than again I'm not a doctor.
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>>100179778
>>100179485
No. Both sides should constrict in what is called the consensual response if light is detected and cranial nerves intact.
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>>100176760

Pupils contract individually, you twat.
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It'd be a pretty cool plot twist if it all, gods and whatnot, were just her own mad delusions in the end.
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>>100179939
only to an extent. An old trick I learned in flight school is keep one eye closed for a bit then open that eye and close the other and you can see completely better in the dark. It works, give it a shot. I'm not familiar with the mechanism but there's something going on there. But I agree, she has brain damage.
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>>100180087
>>100180087
Not samefag.

http://stanfordmedicine25.stanford.edu/the25/pupillary.html
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>>100180087
Another voice here to confirm that pupils should contract together. When a doctor shines his light into your eyes, he should look at both eyes briefly before he swings his penlight over to the other eye.
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>having Austin over a animatics mistake
>meanwhile spirits monsters flying etc.
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>>100175287
she'll make a great dutch wife
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>>100175287
There's the other part of a doctor rendering a diagnosis/suggesting a form of treatment for a family member.
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>>100179698
Oh my god she is so fucking cute.
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>>100179698
Any gifs of her jumping around on the telephone wires?
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>>100179485
No, the pupils contract together. One eye does adapt to the light while the other doesn't, but that's a result of proteins, not anything to do with the iris.
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>>100176084
J. Random Animator is unlikely to know how pupils work, no?
I didn't until someone brought this up. In fact I thought they must be contracting separately because if you close one of your eyes for a while it'll see brighter than the other for a while. I had to go to the mirror and check that this is indeed not due to pupil contraction. (Your pupils contract/relax very quickly apparently; the brightness after keeping your eyes shut for a long time is due to something else apparently, I dunno what.)

Any anons know why one can see better in the dark if they haven't been exposed to light recently, even though pupil relaxation happens very fast, and one eye can see better than the other if you keep it shut while the other is exposed to light? (Try it, significant difference.)
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>>100179485
>>100180087
>>100180273
No, see >>100184400, I tried it the other day and they totally contract in sync, also very quickly. The seeing better in darkness thing must be due to another reason, like the tissue getting fatigued from light or some shit.
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>>100184527
>The seeing better in darkness thing must be due to another reason, like the tissue getting fatigued from light or some shit.
I think it was Cyclorodopsin. Oh, found it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opsin

There it is. So, there are proteins in your eyes involved in turning light into electrical signals your brain and nerves can use. In the light they basically get overloaded so they need time to reset before you can see in the dark. Because that part isn't controlled by the brain the eye protein DO function independently of one another.

Think about it, if night vision was only determined by the size of the iris there would barely be a lag between not being able to see shit and being able to see everything since you pupils can contract and relax crazy fast.
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Who's subs are you guys using? I was thinking about picking up fff's release. Are there any huge differences?
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>>100185192
FFF is doing this? Nice, I can't finally stop downloading that 700mb hardsubed crap from HS.
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>>100180087
Like 15 different medfags came out and pointed out she had brain damage the day this came out.
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>>100185133
Thank you anon.
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>>100179485
Yes they do. That's why pirates wore eyepatches. So when they got inside the ship for ammo or something they took the eyepatch off and they could see without having to wait for their vision to adjust.
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>>100187059
Read the thread, that doesn't have to do with contracting pupils.
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>>100187120
If both eyes contracted then when the pirate took his eyepatch he still wouldn't be able to see because he wouldn't get enough light.
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>>100187407
Because it has little to do with contracting pupils. Look up.
>>100185133
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>>100187519
>implying i can understand any of that biophysics jargon on wikipedia
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Thanks /a/ - Biology. I learned something new today.
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>>100187685
The post was in plain English though and it explained the whole issue.
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>>100187720
Ophth/a/lmology and Br/a/in D/a/m/a/ge
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>>100187747
But it sounds like bullshit
>In the light they basically get overloaded so they need time to reset before you can see in the dark.
They're just fucking molecules, how do they get overloaded?
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>>100187685
If you can't even understand that why are you trying to argue shit?
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>>100184400
We meet again, /a/non!
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>>100187952

sorry about your brain damage
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>>100187952
Proteins aren't just molecules you baka. They're like little mechanical structures or something. Or at least most mechanical structures like enzymes and shit in your cells are made up of proteins, IIRC.

>>100188085
W-wanna fuck?
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>>100187952
>They're just fucking molecules, how do they get overloaded?
It was in layman's terms. I could try to explain better, but that would require me to bust out the biochemistry. Basically there's gotta be an electron or two moved to cause the nerve impulse that causes sight, and before the molecule can send MORE electrons it has to absorb another. That's where the lag comes from.
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>>100187952
Because the proteins involved undergo a change in shape when they're exposed to light (photoisomerization, as the wikipedia article says) that initiates the signal. They have to reset before they can send another signal, so there's essentially a reaction coefficient that describes the proportion of your opsin proteins that are ready to go at any given moment. This proportion, in turn, affects how bright things seem.

Science!
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>>100187952
It's magic Battler, just accept it.
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I love learning with /a/.
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>>100188154
>Proteins aren't just molecules you baka
>They're like little mechanical structures or something
And you know what makes them work? FUCKING MAGNETS! I'm not even joking.
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>>100181041
Then it turns out he's just the director of the hospital and not a doctor at all.
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>>100188256
Thanks doc!
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>>100188392
What the fuck am I reading?
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Where do all these smart people come from?
Do all smart people secretly go to 4chan?
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>>100188541
SCIENCE! Seriously, everything in that post is true though.
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>>100188541
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fundamental_forces

Most molecule-molecule interactions involve electromagnetism in some way, shape, or form.

>>100188623
Where else am I supposed to hang out? 9gag? It's not like all smart people join MENSA, because you'd have to be an idiot to hang out with those sperglords.
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What's the secret to becoming smart and getting a degree and maybe even a master, /a/?
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>>100188745
simple: stop being retarded.
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>turns out he's just a janitor
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>>100188802
Is it books? What If I want to into STEM. Where do I start?
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>>100188802
What a lame secret. That's like the secret ingredient to the best ramen in the world being the water.
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>>100188890
That's the secret ingredient for good tea. That and love, but love is hard to find.

;_;
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>>100176084

The manga, using different framing, only showed one side of her face, so it's probably a mistake.
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>>100188717
>Where else am I supposed to hang out? 9gag?

could you? i'd really appreciate it.
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>>100188890
No, the secret to making the best ramen in the world is training montages. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tampopo

Seriously, watch that movie; it's fucking hysterical.
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>>100188802
Seriously now. Could anyone make a guide to getting a degree in a field?
Like those ricing guides but with good books, schools and other things that are required.
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>>100188859
10 push-ups, 10 sit-ups, 10 pull-ups, and run 100km every day.
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>>100189161
The schools list is all you need, and they have these "counselors" that will tell you how to get a degree. Now, getting a degree that means something, that's a different thing entirely, and not one I'd trust 4chan with.
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>>100189320
But I'm behind and I don't meet their requirements because my high school was shit and that's partly my fault because I shouldn't have gone there. How do I catch up?
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>>100189510
>Acquire phone
>Contact counselor at nearest we'll-let-in-anyone school
>Ask how to get in
>Acquire requirements
>Google how to attain requirements
>???
>college

If people with a GED can get into college you can too.
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>>100189510
This really isn't the place to be asking.
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>this thread
Huh. You learn something new every day.
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>>100175287
This is why I love /a/. Also i'm having trouble typing because i just shined a flashlight into my eye to make sure i din't have brian damege
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>>100189679
And in the weirdest places. I learned about distance trucking and hydroplaning physics in a Heroman thread a while back and women's fashion in some moeshit thread after that I also taught a femanon about penises in that same thread. Oh, and there were those Moretsu threads with astrophysics too. Good times.

You know, we should really get our hands off of our dicks and do productive things more often.
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>>100189737
>i din't have brian damege
I have some bad news for you, anon.
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>>100189812
>women's fashion in some moeshit thread
Any chance you could point me in the right direction to find that thread in the archives?
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>>100189812
>You know, we should really get our hands off of our dicks and do productive things more often.
Not everyone is like you.
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>>100176096
That annoys me so much.
>she falls asleep at anytime, anywhere
>haha, she's so silly
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>>100189737
You're having a stroke right now.
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>>100190155
It's a jap thing, inherited from china. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. Of course, this extends to ignoring people suddenly dropping ded-like in the streets.
Also, anime logic dictates that every young female is super-turbo-anemic.
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>>100189938
I mentioned Heroman and the fashion thing happened at some point after that to tell you how long ago this went down. I think we mostly bickered about female hair accessories and whether or not it hurt when men clamped their legs shut. Beyond that, I said something in there about using wire to make bows keep their shape, I don't remember much else.

Also, /a/ seems to really like The Wire.
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>>100188745
getting a masters isn't hard
it's the ph.d that is
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>>100190276
Leaving aside anime logic, while watching this episode last night I began to wonder about something. Suppose you're a japanese man and found a woman lying on the street unconscious, what are you supossed to do? Leave her alone, call an ambulance or take her somewhere risking getting arrested?
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>>100190853
Anon I can barely pass high school math.
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>>100190893
>call an ambulance
I THINK that's the right answer in most civilized countries, but then this is Japan so leaving her alone might be the default option. There have been cases of that, haven't there?

>>100190978
Good thing they teach you that again in college. Serious.
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>>100190978
Get good then
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>>100191013
>There have been cases of that, haven't there?
I remember that poor girl in China that got run over by a fucking truck and no one did shit until 3 hours later
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>>100191013
Not in europe. There's also an entrance test.
>>100191053
That's what I want to but I don't know where to begin.
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>>100190978
Just become a NEET.
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>>100190978
learn medicine. It's not like you NEED math or something
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>>100175287
wtf it this shit both pupils must shrink
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>>100191290
But i hate people.
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>>100191112
>Not in europe.
You're telling me they don't teach below calculus there? That's what I mean, the schools will start you at algebra or something else equally low and work you up if you suck. It'll take longer and be more expensive, but they'll get you there.
>There's also an entrance test.
Like to get in? Welp, better grab an old text book and try the Kahn Academy or whatever then. I only remember placement tests here in 'Murrica. The only test I had to pass to get in was the SAT.

>>100191290
>get into medicine
>Without math
Uh... you want him to be a witch doctor or something?
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>>100191290
As if medicine were that easy. It's not something you can study on a whim.
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>>100191465
The math in medicine is a complete joke compared to that in every other real discipline, even the least mathy ones.
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>>100179485
>if you keep one eye closed it'll adjust to the dark
That's the retina doing that, not the pupils.
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>>100191669
Yeah, but they still require a really good grasp of it to get into the programs that TEACH you how to do medicine. That's half the problem of learning medicine; they require you to know far more than you'll ever actually need to use. That's the same in other fields as well, just not to the same level. That and to compete to get into the programs you've gotta be good at everything anyway.
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>>100190978
I barely could get passed it either, but I w- wasn't at my best, y- ya' know?
If I gave it my all, I w- would be with all the Asians in AP classes or whatever t- they are, only if I t- tried.
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>>100191959
Anon, I'm black and even I was in AP math. I failed the test, but I got an A in the class. Step your game up, senpai.
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>>100179698
Oh god that is so fucking cute.
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>>100192125
For some reason, I see more blacks in math programmes than anywhere else.
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>>100191400
what if stereoblind?
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>>100189812
what did you teach her about penises?
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>>100193427
That it doesn't hurt when men clamp their legs shut, we just leave them open because it's more comfortable. Probably something about masturbation too, I don't remember.
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>>100180411
There are other explanations for having the pupils not contracting together. There are other medical causes, and there's the likely "animator didn't know any better" (see: half the posters in this thread citing the "one eye adjusts to darkness" trick to think they contract seperately). Seeing as the brain scans came back clean, she doesn't have brain damage.
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>>100193679
yes.
one explanation being, i believe, stereoblindness.
which affects some 5% of the population.
tho, arguably stereoblindness is a brain damage of a sort.

i don't care, i think love her anyway.
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>>100191013
>>100191108
>xD le asians so le savage xD

The shit that happened in China is due to a law (which is probably regional because just like there are footage of accidents there are also footage of people helping others, but of course those aren't interesting to talk about for you savages) that makes the person you help your own responsibility so you have to pay for the treatment and shit. It's first and foremost due to this, bystander effect comes in later.

The bystander effect is a world-wide phenomenon, not specific to Japanese or other Asians. If the words "Murder of Kitty Genovese" do not ring a bell then you have no business talking about this subject in the first place.

It's also pretty much established that, a lot of the time, people implying they'd help anyone in any situation actually don't do shit when reality strikes and that kind of crisis situation appears out of nowhere.
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>>100175287
https://archive.installgentoo.net/g/thread/S17991797#p17993855
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>>100190978
>Being underage
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>>100175287
Obviously she got pupil-dilating eyedrops in her left eye only.

The reason it was only in her left eye is because she fainted when they put it in her left eye. It's known to happen.
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>>100200037
[citation needed]
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>>100196660
It's not an automatic thing, actually, but if you help someone in China it's possible that they can claim afterward that you were partially responsible for their injuries, or making them worse, or whatnot, and try to sue you for everything you own.

It's this fear, after several high profile cases where this happened, that tends to result in a lot of Chinese people not helping obviously hurt or dying strangers in public places.

It's pretty fucked up, and a lot more extreme than any American jokes about being sue-happy and whatnot.
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>>100188343
This.
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>>100201452

China still worst country
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>>100201452
>and a lot more extreme than any American jokes about being sue-happy and whatnot.
I was going to make that joke since that sounds a lot like the shit we have going on over here. Huh.
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>>100176096
her family's filthy rich, and dad's a doctor

probably abused his power to write a certificate of fitness to participate in school to let her go right back to class or something
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>>100175287
Wait, so is this going to be "SHE IMAGINED THE WHOLE THING BRAIN DAMAGE HAHAH!", or is that not an actual part of the plot and just a shitty animation job?
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>>100205348
Animation mistake.



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