Shokugeki no Souma
The Promised Neverland
Boku no Hero Academia
Robot x Laserbeam
We Never Learn
Owari no Seraph
Where's muh Shudan?
Also, can I stop ripping Robot x Laserbeam? It's trash and I think almost no one reads it.
Not OP but
>deadpan mob 2.0 is a savant
It really is trash, and even the fujoshi won't flock to it because the content is so dry. It's meant for that small percentage of businessmen who read WSJ on the train to work every morning, because for some reason they're obsessed with golf.
>overjoyed to hear Yokota is back already in WSJ
>dismayed when it's another sports manga
I liked Sesuji but I just don't care a lot about dancing and same goes for soccer. Why can't he do one of those human relationship stories like OMK or Koganeiro?
Sensei a best.
This translation makes a bit more sense, but still, i don't get why she is so obssesed with "talent".
Did she have some "special talent" that she ignored in order to go with figure skating? Because it seems she did pretty good in that area as well.
Probably. I'm sure there's more to her backstory and the chapter just brushed the surface. My guess is that she was really good at something but her true passion was in skating and she placed all her chips on the latter. She doesn't want /sci/ and /lit/ to make the same mistake by going too far in what they want to become good at as opposed to pushing ahead on what they're already good at.
The only way for this to make sense is if she didn't do very well in skating despite all the time and effort she put into it.If she had used all that time in polishing her inherent skills then by now she could be in a very different place in her life.
But all those trophies and medals tell me a different story. If she was successful then i don't get why she looks down on those years.
Best girl confirmed
Also why the fuck is Cross Account ranking so high? Its literally the worst pandering garbage thats come out from WSJ in years even Nisekoi was less of a fantasy then this shit.
>If she had used all that time in polishing her inherent skills then by now she could be in a very different place in her life.
>But all those trophies and medals tell me a different story. If she was successful then i don't get why she looks down on those years.
You what? Did you even read the chapter? She did very well but the lifespan of a pro skater is very short, like a handful of years, and then they're done. Some become coaches, some become sports announcers, but their glory days are over very quickly. Sure she won those trophies, but what good are they now? I don't think it's far-fetched for a pro or semi-pro to have regrets about these sorts of things.
Miki Ando used to be a big skater but she's a nobody now. Mao Asada used to be great but she declined in skill over the years, her body not being able to catch up, and her efforts to stay in the game gave her one humiliating loss after another until she had to bow out. The hell is she going to do now? Maybe sensei thinks she should have pursued something with a longer shelf life in terms of career.
But that's not what she is saying. She thinks a teacher should encourage students to focus on their talents, because otherwise they are losing their time, no matter what is it they want to do.
And how does any of that shit you said apply to /sci/ and /lit/ cases?
>She thinks a teacher should encourage students to focus on their talents, because otherwise they are losing their time, no matter what is it they want to do
I thought she meant that time could be better spent on advancing what they're already good at so that they can presumably succeed in life after school.
>how does any of that shit you said apply to /sci/ and /lit/ cases?
/sci/ and /lit/ want to major in subjects that they want to be good at but aren't. Presumably they want to continue pursuing those fields after college but sensei doesn't think they won't get far. I don't see what's so hard about this.
Her actions are justified, any teacher could think like her.
Her backstory doesn't make sense though, her obsession with "talent" contradicts her past and doesn't apply to the girls.
Well as mentioned earlier, I think there's more to her backstory that couldn't be covered in one chapter. Maybe she was good at history or something and sucked at skating but liked the latter so much she got really good at it, but the payoff didn't last or something.
It seems like she views figure skating as having been a waste of her time? That even though she did well, it's not a durable life path and she doesn't have much to show for it.