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I finally got back to importing entries from when I was on Blogger to this LJ, in part so they'll get archived offline with the rest of my LJ posts (ljArchive is a nice little tool), but largely so that all my online journaling will be in one place. (Once I finish with Blogger, I'll move on to the Xanga I had.)

OH MY GOD DOING THIS SUCKS. I have to open up each Blogger post-in-edit-mode in it's own tab in order to copypaste it over (because I'm not going in and hand-inserting italics tags and so on if I copypasted from the blog itself), but also have the blog open since the edit windows don't show the date of the post anywhere obvious, nor the time, and I need to properly backdate these things.

Plus, I have to do a month of posts at once or else I'll never remember where I left off, which means doing this SO MANY TIMES IN A ROW. I posted at an incredible rate back then compared to what I do now, and so much of it was UNIMPORTANT SHIT. There's a reason I have a "why I regret importing everything" tag, and it's only going to see more use as I go on. At least the frequency with which I have to use the "gratuitous Japanese" tag is going down already, and I'm only five months into a good few years worth of posts. (Thankfully, I do have a dead spell in early college, and I don't get back up to my ridiculous posting frequency until after I already was on LJ. Less thankfully, that ridiculous posting frequency continues past where I've imported to for some time.)

Did I mention I started this importing old posts project in 2008? Yeah. Still going to finish... someday. At least the "read through everything in one go" project that will follow will be significantly easier.

(Mostly I'm just making this post so everyone will go to my archives and lol over how ridiculous I was in 2001. Because oh god, was I.)
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I finally got back to importing entries from when I was on Blogger to this LJ, in part so they'll get archived offline with the rest of my LJ posts (ljArchive is a nice little tool), but largely so that all my online journaling will be in one place. (Once I finish with Blogger, I'll move on to the Xanga I had.)

OH MY GOD DOING THIS SUCKS. I have to open up each Blogger post-in-edit-mode in it's own tab in order to copypaste it over (because I'm not going in and hand-inserting italics tags and so on if I copypasted from the blog itself), but also have the blog open since the edit windows don't show the date of the post anywhere obvious, nor the time, and I need to properly backdate these things.

Plus, I have to do a month of posts at once or else I'll never remember where I left off, which means doing this SO MANY TIMES IN A ROW. I posted at an incredible rate back then compared to what I do now, and so much of it was UNIMPORTANT SHIT. There's a reason I have a "why I regret importing everything" tag, and it's only going to see more use as I go on. At least the frequency with which I have to use the "gratuitous Japanese" tag is going down already, and I'm only five months into a good few years worth of posts. (Thankfully, I do have a dead spell in early college, and I don't get back up to my ridiculous posting frequency until after I already was on LJ. Less thankfully, that ridiculous posting frequency continues past where I've imported to for some time.)

Did I mention I started this importing old posts project in 2008? Yeah. Still going to finish... someday. At least the "read through everything in one go" project that will follow will be significantly easier.

(Mostly I'm just making this post so everyone will go to my archives and lol over how ridiculous I was in 2001. Because oh god, was I.)
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So, when Power Rangers in Space first aired, I wound up becoming busier during the time they ran first airings than I had been before for whatever reason, and I missed most of the end-arc of the season. When Lost Galaxy started, I was able to gather that there'd been some kind of end to the first six years of the series, but I didn't really see much of it.

I just did. Holy shit, that was good. Like, Space was the throwaway season after Turbo tanked, and the last stretch of it was clearly everyone in production putting all they could into it to give the series the sendoff it deserved, and it's just good. There's still some crackishness here and there, and some of the acting could be better, but oh man.

And Bulk and Skull get to be Big Damn Heroes after six years of never quite having enough moments otherwise to be generally seen as anything but butt monkeys.

The only fault I can see, really, is that there was absolutely no reason Ecliptor couldn't have been purified by the Zordon wave if Lord Fucking Zedd could. Bullshit. And he didn't get to take out Darkonda (though I certainly can't say Darkonda's end wasn't unsatisfying or in any way inauthentic I just wanted his hijacking the weapon and using it on Dark Spectre to have been Xanatos'd by Ecliptor. It's easy enough to wank that, I guess, but Astronema's cluelessness to that happening is tougher to reconcile. Still, mentally cut fiveish seconds of the episode, and BAM! Badass Ecliptor through and through.

(Ecliptor, by the way, quickly rose the ranks to my favorite PR villain ever - visually, too.)

I think I'll take a season of Poirot before I move on to Lost Galaxy.
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So, when Power Rangers in Space first aired, I wound up becoming busier during the time they ran first airings than I had been before for whatever reason, and I missed most of the end-arc of the season. When Lost Galaxy started, I was able to gather that there'd been some kind of end to the first six years of the series, but I didn't really see much of it.

I just did. Holy shit, that was good. Like, Space was the throwaway season after Turbo tanked, and the last stretch of it was clearly everyone in production putting all they could into it to give the series the sendoff it deserved, and it's just good. There's still some crackishness here and there, and some of the acting could be better, but oh man.

And Bulk and Skull get to be Big Damn Heroes after six years of never quite having enough moments otherwise to be generally seen as anything but butt monkeys.

The only fault I can see, really, is that there was absolutely no reason Ecliptor couldn't have been purified by the Zordon wave if Lord Fucking Zedd could. Bullshit. And he didn't get to take out Darkonda (though I certainly can't say Darkonda's end wasn't unsatisfying or in any way inauthentic I just wanted his hijacking the weapon and using it on Dark Spectre to have been Xanatos'd by Ecliptor. It's easy enough to wank that, I guess, but Astronema's cluelessness to that happening is tougher to reconcile. Still, mentally cut fiveish seconds of the episode, and BAM! Badass Ecliptor through and through.

(Ecliptor, by the way, quickly rose the ranks to my favorite PR villain ever - visually, too.)

I think I'll take a season of Poirot before I move on to Lost Galaxy.

OH GOD

Jan. 25th, 2009 06:22 pm
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Okay, you remember the Ninja Turtles? Remember how the cartoon was awesome when we were little, and then there were the live-action movies that were also awesome (though even at that age you knew better than to speak ever again of the third one after having seen it)? If you're too young, just go with this, because it's leading to a point about Power Rangers that you probably won't be old enough to properly get, anyway.

Well, remember how, somewhere along the line, there was a misguided attempt at a live-action series on Fox Kids that included a fifth, female turtle? I can understand if you've repressed.

WELL THOSE FIVE LIVE-ACTION TV TURTLES JUST RANDOMLY SHOWED UP AT THE END OF THE THIRD EPISODE OF POWER RANGERS IN SPACE. ASTRONEMA (WHO HAS ALREADY CHANGED HAIR COLOR AND STYLE ONCE) HAS JUST BEAMED THEM OUT OF THEIR SEWER FOR GOD-KNOWS-WHAT PURPOSE. WHAT.

OH GOD

Jan. 25th, 2009 06:22 pm
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Okay, you remember the Ninja Turtles? Remember how the cartoon was awesome when we were little, and then there were the live-action movies that were also awesome (though even at that age you knew better than to speak ever again of the third one after having seen it)? If you're too young, just go with this, because it's leading to a point about Power Rangers that you probably won't be old enough to properly get, anyway.

Well, remember how, somewhere along the line, there was a misguided attempt at a live-action series on Fox Kids that included a fifth, female turtle? I can understand if you've repressed.

WELL THOSE FIVE LIVE-ACTION TV TURTLES JUST RANDOMLY SHOWED UP AT THE END OF THE THIRD EPISODE OF POWER RANGERS IN SPACE. ASTRONEMA (WHO HAS ALREADY CHANGED HAIR COLOR AND STYLE ONCE) HAS JUST BEAMED THEM OUT OF THEIR SEWER FOR GOD-KNOWS-WHAT PURPOSE. WHAT.
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OHMAN.

This movie weirds me out. Because there were so many problems with it the last time I watched. And there still are. But. For some reason, coming right on the tail of Zeo, and having a familiarity with Kat and Tanya again (because Adam and Tommy were around long enough during the initial run of rangers that I didn't forget they existed in the way I did Kat and especially Tanya. Tanya is strangely one of my favorites now), the movie does work better. It's still weird.

Starting with the fact that they didn't bother pretending that the rangers were anything approaching high school age. If I didn't know that Turbo kept them in HS, I'd assume there was an unannounced timeskip between Zeo and this movie. I mean, there still quite obviously was one. Jason didn't go anywhere at the end of Zeo, and was getting involved with Emily. In this movie, he's been gone somewhere long enough that, textually, he and Kimberly being in Angel Grove is a surprise for the rangers, and subtextually, he and Kim are totally banging.

Speaking of which, Tommy clearly doesn't know. Because even with him being involved with Kat (and having moments with her throughout the movie), whoever wrote the script obviously believes him to still pine primarily for Kim. With Kat right there. It must suck magnificently to be her. (Especially because they were dressing her like she was about ten years over her age. Man.)

Now, what I managed to miss last time I was watching, because of the complete joke that is Justin, was that the rest of the rangers agree. Watch them during the scene where Justin hops out of the jeep at the ghost ship. Tell me they're not all thinking Zordon's off the deep end once Justin announces he's the new ranger. When he asks if it's cool or what, all he rest of the rangers have clearly gone with "or what."

And rightly so - whoever was in charge clearly thought that having a child ranger would help draw in younger viewers, because identification and all. Problem with that line of thought is, of course, that the initial child audience had no problem identifying with the first rangers. All of whom were teens. Yes, the rangers were getting older, as the replacements were always teh same age, but the getting older had nothing to do with whatever dropping viewership there might have been during Zeo. If it was anything, it was the epic standalone, no-long-term-plot-whatsoever form the season took, or maybe the mistreatment of Billy (we're not getting into that now. Possibly not ever).

But we wind up with Justin. Who is pretty much brainless energy, which has never been what a child thinks they are, accurate though the depiction may be. And boy is it.

But. The villains do manage to counteract the childishness that Justin brought with him. Hell, Divatox even gets to say "Hell's bells"! But mostly, it's the level of humor with them. While there's some borderline slapstick, it's got enough abuse behind it to keep an edge, and mostly it's all sorts of little things that I can't quite sum up here.

And Divatox's boobs.

But man. I cannot get past the tribe on that island. It's every ugly island native stereotype you could wish not to have, rolled up in one neat "they don't even have intelligible lines or motivation" package without any redeeming factor. Hell, during the big mook fight while Maligore is being released, they just run around and let the Pirhanatrons do the actual fighting.

There was no reason for them to be in the movie. And that just makes the cultural ignorance that much uglier.

And the Zord fight was a huge letdown. Especially because I think the transformation sequence was American-done. The miniature work there was amazing, and I was waiting for a Zord battle to match, but it doesn't. At all.

The plot was all over the place, but that's to be expected, really. Even if some parts had no real reason for happening, there was adequate plot justification. And the locations were gorgeous.

It's just a complete hot mess of a movie, and it totally deserves the Power Ranger name.

On to the series!
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OHMAN.

This movie weirds me out. Because there were so many problems with it the last time I watched. And there still are. But. For some reason, coming right on the tail of Zeo, and having a familiarity with Kat and Tanya again (because Adam and Tommy were around long enough during the initial run of rangers that I didn't forget they existed in the way I did Kat and especially Tanya. Tanya is strangely one of my favorites now), the movie does work better. It's still weird.

Starting with the fact that they didn't bother pretending that the rangers were anything approaching high school age. If I didn't know that Turbo kept them in HS, I'd assume there was an unannounced timeskip between Zeo and this movie. I mean, there still quite obviously was one. Jason didn't go anywhere at the end of Zeo, and was getting involved with Emily. In this movie, he's been gone somewhere long enough that, textually, he and Kimberly being in Angel Grove is a surprise for the rangers, and subtextually, he and Kim are totally banging.

Speaking of which, Tommy clearly doesn't know. Because even with him being involved with Kat (and having moments with her throughout the movie), whoever wrote the script obviously believes him to still pine primarily for Kim. With Kat right there. It must suck magnificently to be her. (Especially because they were dressing her like she was about ten years over her age. Man.)

Now, what I managed to miss last time I was watching, because of the complete joke that is Justin, was that the rest of the rangers agree. Watch them during the scene where Justin hops out of the jeep at the ghost ship. Tell me they're not all thinking Zordon's off the deep end once Justin announces he's the new ranger. When he asks if it's cool or what, all he rest of the rangers have clearly gone with "or what."

And rightly so - whoever was in charge clearly thought that having a child ranger would help draw in younger viewers, because identification and all. Problem with that line of thought is, of course, that the initial child audience had no problem identifying with the first rangers. All of whom were teens. Yes, the rangers were getting older, as the replacements were always teh same age, but the getting older had nothing to do with whatever dropping viewership there might have been during Zeo. If it was anything, it was the epic standalone, no-long-term-plot-whatsoever form the season took, or maybe the mistreatment of Billy (we're not getting into that now. Possibly not ever).

But we wind up with Justin. Who is pretty much brainless energy, which has never been what a child thinks they are, accurate though the depiction may be. And boy is it.

But. The villains do manage to counteract the childishness that Justin brought with him. Hell, Divatox even gets to say "Hell's bells"! But mostly, it's the level of humor with them. While there's some borderline slapstick, it's got enough abuse behind it to keep an edge, and mostly it's all sorts of little things that I can't quite sum up here.

And Divatox's boobs.

But man. I cannot get past the tribe on that island. It's every ugly island native stereotype you could wish not to have, rolled up in one neat "they don't even have intelligible lines or motivation" package without any redeeming factor. Hell, during the big mook fight while Maligore is being released, they just run around and let the Pirhanatrons do the actual fighting.

There was no reason for them to be in the movie. And that just makes the cultural ignorance that much uglier.

And the Zord fight was a huge letdown. Especially because I think the transformation sequence was American-done. The miniature work there was amazing, and I was waiting for a Zord battle to match, but it doesn't. At all.

The plot was all over the place, but that's to be expected, really. Even if some parts had no real reason for happening, there was adequate plot justification. And the locations were gorgeous.

It's just a complete hot mess of a movie, and it totally deserves the Power Ranger name.

On to the series!
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So, I finally finished Power Rangers Zeo.

It's a kind of slow season, after the plot-heavy (I know!) third season of MMPR. It's more connected than the episode titles would have you believe - the "Tommy Finds His Brother" episodes were just as connected to each other as any of the incredibly-multi-parters of S3, but all had different titles.

But still - The Machine Empire never really graduated from sending monsters of the day in the way that Rita and Zedd eventually did. There was no game plan, no "Now that this hasn't worked, we try this instead" kind of... backup planning if not plotting.

The closest we got was the revolving door of leaders in the last third of the season which really only made things more directionless, as none of them were working together, and the switches rarely came with anything feeling like real resolution.

Hell, the final battle was a way-too-short, US-filmed, rangers-made-giant-because-the-zord-suits-can't-survive-being-shipped-stateside fight with King Mondo. The reams and reams of forces we keep seeing in the establishing shots of the base ripped from the sentai never come into play. The final storyline is one episode long, and most of that has to do with getting the Gold Powers back to Trey.

If it weren't for the Machine Empire's true sendoff, I'd be incredibly angry. But then, after the "battle", Rita and Zedd (who came up with some plan that let them enjoy sitting back and watching the fight with drinks in hand - I love them so - which the audience is not privy to) get all false humble with King Mondo and family, hand Prince Sprocket a gift, and drive off in their Moon RV.

And then the gift box explodes. And we pull back the shot to reveal the royalty of the Machine Empire in smoking bits all over the ground, few, if any, limbs intact, and a head or two visible.

A talking head visible. For, you see, they survived.

That is fucked up and I can't believe they got away with airing that on children's television. I'm very, very glad they did, mind. I'm just very, very surprised.

And now to rewatch the Turbo movie and really dig into just how wrong-in-a-bad-way parts of it really are.
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So, I finally finished Power Rangers Zeo.

It's a kind of slow season, after the plot-heavy (I know!) third season of MMPR. It's more connected than the episode titles would have you believe - the "Tommy Finds His Brother" episodes were just as connected to each other as any of the incredibly-multi-parters of S3, but all had different titles.

But still - The Machine Empire never really graduated from sending monsters of the day in the way that Rita and Zedd eventually did. There was no game plan, no "Now that this hasn't worked, we try this instead" kind of... backup planning if not plotting.

The closest we got was the revolving door of leaders in the last third of the season which really only made things more directionless, as none of them were working together, and the switches rarely came with anything feeling like real resolution.

Hell, the final battle was a way-too-short, US-filmed, rangers-made-giant-because-the-zord-suits-can't-survive-being-shipped-stateside fight with King Mondo. The reams and reams of forces we keep seeing in the establishing shots of the base ripped from the sentai never come into play. The final storyline is one episode long, and most of that has to do with getting the Gold Powers back to Trey.

If it weren't for the Machine Empire's true sendoff, I'd be incredibly angry. But then, after the "battle", Rita and Zedd (who came up with some plan that let them enjoy sitting back and watching the fight with drinks in hand - I love them so - which the audience is not privy to) get all false humble with King Mondo and family, hand Prince Sprocket a gift, and drive off in their Moon RV.

And then the gift box explodes. And we pull back the shot to reveal the royalty of the Machine Empire in smoking bits all over the ground, few, if any, limbs intact, and a head or two visible.

A talking head visible. For, you see, they survived.

That is fucked up and I can't believe they got away with airing that on children's television. I'm very, very glad they did, mind. I'm just very, very surprised.

And now to rewatch the Turbo movie and really dig into just how wrong-in-a-bad-way parts of it really are.
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1: That thing I was talking about in the flocked post is sorted, for now. It's not solved, but it's at least stopped.

2: I remember absolutely LOVING The Tomorrow People when I was little, but the timing of when it aired on Sunday mornings meant that catching a serial in proper order, all the way through was difficult, because we sometimes weren't back from church on time. Thankfully, the series reran a few times, because there were only six serials, but I still never really got to watch the show properly.

HOORAY FOR TORRENTS!

Of course, having now seen the first part of the first serial... OMG THESE KIDS CAN'T ACT. And the budget is... not there. And oh man, does it show that for all their American characters, there're only about two Americans in the cast.

This is going to be even more epic than the Power Rangers rewatch.

(Which is still ongoing, BTW. Zeo is just... kind of a mess. Too much going on and not enough happening. I have to take it in much smaller bits.)
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1: That thing I was talking about in the flocked post is sorted, for now. It's not solved, but it's at least stopped.

2: I remember absolutely LOVING The Tomorrow People when I was little, but the timing of when it aired on Sunday mornings meant that catching a serial in proper order, all the way through was difficult, because we sometimes weren't back from church on time. Thankfully, the series reran a few times, because there were only six serials, but I still never really got to watch the show properly.

HOORAY FOR TORRENTS!

Of course, having now seen the first part of the first serial... OMG THESE KIDS CAN'T ACT. And the budget is... not there. And oh man, does it show that for all their American characters, there're only about two Americans in the cast.

This is going to be even more epic than the Power Rangers rewatch.

(Which is still ongoing, BTW. Zeo is just... kind of a mess. Too much going on and not enough happening. I have to take it in much smaller bits.)
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1. What is your favorite moment of Torchwood s.1?

WHEN ZOMG A CYBERWOMAN DECKS A PTERODACTYL. Literarily, as opposed to crackily, my favorite moment is probably Toshiko cutting her hand with a rusty can lid in order to write the equations in blood (ineffectively, as it turns out, because Bilis Manger is The Shit).

2. Dots: transitory physical manifestations of a post count, or something deeper?

I go with dissappeared reminders of a long-forgotten idyllic age, myself.

3. What movie/show could you see over and over and never get tired of?

Cabaret, I think. Many more movies and shows I own come more immediately to mind, but you've got to love the cinematic masterpiece layered on homosexual iconography layered on the unintentional meta-representation of one Liza-with-a-Z's future life. That, and good music.

4. Overall, did you like PGSM? Why or why not?

YES. The series took a plot that had been worked twice already with the same characters and took it somewhere completely different, and absolutely enthralling, while still being pure Japanese cracked-outery, and defying all logic. And Mamouru was HOT.

5. Do you watch professional sports?

Nope.


Rules!

01. Leave me a comment.
02. I'll respond by asking you five questions of a very intimate and creepily personal nature.
03. Update your LJ with the answers to the questions and include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the post.
04. When others comment asking to be interviewed, ask them five questions.
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1. What is your favorite moment of Torchwood s.1?

WHEN ZOMG A CYBERWOMAN DECKS A PTERODACTYL. Literarily, as opposed to crackily, my favorite moment is probably Toshiko cutting her hand with a rusty can lid in order to write the equations in blood (ineffectively, as it turns out, because Bilis Manger is The Shit).

2. Dots: transitory physical manifestations of a post count, or something deeper?

I go with dissappeared reminders of a long-forgotten idyllic age, myself.

3. What movie/show could you see over and over and never get tired of?

Cabaret, I think. Many more movies and shows I own come more immediately to mind, but you've got to love the cinematic masterpiece layered on homosexual iconography layered on the unintentional meta-representation of one Liza-with-a-Z's future life. That, and good music.

4. Overall, did you like PGSM? Why or why not?

YES. The series took a plot that had been worked twice already with the same characters and took it somewhere completely different, and absolutely enthralling, while still being pure Japanese cracked-outery, and defying all logic. And Mamouru was HOT.

5. Do you watch professional sports?

Nope.


Rules!

01. Leave me a comment.
02. I'll respond by asking you five questions of a very intimate and creepily personal nature.
03. Update your LJ with the answers to the questions and include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the post.
04. When others comment asking to be interviewed, ask them five questions.
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Y'know, as mostly bitter as I am about everything now, some good came of Scott.

Cuntpearl is pretty much the best word I've ever invented.

Just.. say it. "Cuntpearl." Someday, I am going to write a poem or something simply to showcase that word.
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Y'know, as mostly bitter as I am about everything now, some good came of Scott.

Cuntpearl is pretty much the best word I've ever invented.

Just.. say it. "Cuntpearl." Someday, I am going to write a poem or something simply to showcase that word.
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Oh, god did gym suck until high school. Hell, it even sucked the semester I took my freshman year, but the semester I took my sophomore year? Pure. Heaven.

See, the first-period gym teacher would often get lazy, and decide to waste some class time by having students set up one of the volleyball nets. That meant it was a “free” day for all gym periods that day. You either volleyballed in one half of the room, basketballed in the other, went to the weight room, or (in the warmer months) went outside to the tennis courts. Basketball and wights took all the talented kids, leaving everyone who had hated gym for ages on the volleyball court.

Gym volleyball is not real volleyball. It is better.

Sometimes, you let the ball bounce once if it means it’ll come back over the net. Sometimes, you let someone hit the ball more than once or the team more than thrice, if it involves appropriately impressive ball chasing or contortions. Kicking the ball is legal in some cases. Positions? Screw ‘em. Everyone knows that those two guys will run for the ball wherever it is, anyway, and it’s fun to put them on the same team.

I once was front and center (because, as lax as we were about staying in position, we did return to them after every volley and rotate when serve changed sides), and had a lovely conversatoin with the girl front and center on the other side of the net, as a five minute volley went on around us. The ball never came near either of us.

But: as bendable as the rules are, YOU MUST ANNOUNCE THE SCORE PROPERLY BEFORE SERVING.
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Oh, god did gym suck until high school. Hell, it even sucked the semester I took my freshman year, but the semester I took my sophomore year? Pure. Heaven.

See, the first-period gym teacher would often get lazy, and decide to waste some class time by having students set up one of the volleyball nets. That meant it was a “free” day for all gym periods that day. You either volleyballed in one half of the room, basketballed in the other, went to the weight room, or (in the warmer months) went outside to the tennis courts. Basketball and wights took all the talented kids, leaving everyone who had hated gym for ages on the volleyball court.

Gym volleyball is not real volleyball. It is better.

Sometimes, you let the ball bounce once if it means it’ll come back over the net. Sometimes, you let someone hit the ball more than once or the team more than thrice, if it involves appropriately impressive ball chasing or contortions. Kicking the ball is legal in some cases. Positions? Screw ‘em. Everyone knows that those two guys will run for the ball wherever it is, anyway, and it’s fun to put them on the same team.

I once was front and center (because, as lax as we were about staying in position, we did return to them after every volley and rotate when serve changed sides), and had a lovely conversatoin with the girl front and center on the other side of the net, as a five minute volley went on around us. The ball never came near either of us.

But: as bendable as the rules are, YOU MUST ANNOUNCE THE SCORE PROPERLY BEFORE SERVING.

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