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Yabisi

Member Since 24 Mar 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 26 2011 11:15 AM

#2208484 Could I be the first!!

Posted by Yabisi on 12 May 2011 - 09:27 AM

A little correction here, CKay is half African-American and Japanese, not Korean ^_^.

Ckay's mom is Korean, but she was born in Japan, which would make her a Japanese citizen. She's still half Korean by blood.

You should post your singing to get better feedback. Or...maybe you're just cute enough to get into the Korean industry, which would mean you don't really need to sing that good :P

Honestly, I'd shoot for the Japanese music industry since it's more open to foreigners, and they don't really care how you look. It's also the second largest music industry, and artists seem to have more freedom there. Korean mainstream relies heavily on looks, moreso than talent. A lot of the contracts include getting plastic surgery...if needed (lol?)

Or..just try and create a fanbase in your country and start from there. Youtube is a good way to get noticed, though nowadays it seems like you have to do something stupid or sing awful to get attention :huh:


#2187812 Reputation -2 .. Why?

Posted by Yabisi on 26 January 2011 - 02:02 PM

I think it's supposed to show people how well of a member you are through your posts. I would ignore them cause there have been people giving others negative karma points probably cause they just don't like that person. I've seen good informative posts that have negative points. I think the system should be like Koreaboo's where people can only give positive karma...or just don't have a karma system at all.

I haven't posted here in a long time, and when I logged in I had -2 points, so for some reason some person decided to sift through my old posts just to give me neg. points. Ain't that some funny ish.

If you think your karma is bad, look at Uni's profile lol. Pretty sure someone is doing that to her just cause they don't like her.

But like I said...just ignore it cause it's a poor representation of how good a member is.


#2133679 A College Question

Posted by Yabisi on 27 June 2010 - 03:41 PM

You can remain undecided and just take your mandatory classes until you figure out what you want to do. That way when you do figure out what you want to do, you can just go right into the courses required for what you're majoring in, and other electives that you're interested in.

And yea, be careful about what you choose. I know people who have chosen careers that don't make as much as what they could have done, but they like it so the money doesn't really matter much to them. It's good to get into a career that will always be in high demand, like being a nurse for example.


#2080221 Future Evolution in Humans

Posted by Yabisi on 28 November 2009 - 09:22 PM

What do you think humans will look like in the far future?

I think it's an interesting thing to talk about, since we've evolved quite a bit from our little time on this planet.

Some scientists say we'll look different, some say we'll stay the same, and some even say we'll become cyborgs (I think that's the right name) Here's a link discussing 4 ways we could evolve.

http://news.national...-evolution.html

The second link shows detailed pictures of what we could possibly look like based on a time scale.
http://www.msnbc.msn...cience-science/

An older article, but still interesting. It says that humans may split into two races based on natural selection of desired genes.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/6057734.stm

Of course, these are all just theories as we don't know how we will look like or evolve in the future. For now, we can only look to how we've evolved in the past in order to have ideas for the future.

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Before posting, please refer to the rules and regulations of the serious discussion forum. I posted this in here in hopes that some kind of in-depth, intellectual conversations will be started.