My reviews are full of my opinion, and my opinion alone, backed up by facts in the shows themselves. If you disagree, it's not my place to force you otherwise, and it is not your place to do so either. This is the place for me to express opinion, whether or not you may agree is entirely up to you. If you would like to discuss a conflicting point, feel free to comment and engage in a likely heated, but civilsed discussion with yours truly.
That aside as well, another point I would like to make is this. I write reviews for two main reasons. One is for fun, and the other is to improve my English, which seems to be dropping. As such, there is currently no clear timetable for me to post reviews, unlike most others who would post once a week and such. Also, due to this, there will be no scoring/rating system for anything. That way, numbers that don't mean shit aren't the only thing that you're looking at, and you'll need to read for yourself. You can work out a rating by yourself after you read it, if you want a rating so badly. A direct quote from someone who also dislikes scores and ratings:
I hate how people don't use the ten point scale to its full extent. Ten points is such a wide scale to use to support your opinions yet people are terrified of using anything between 1 and 5 and it ends up a 5 point scale between 6 and 10 with 6 being god-awful and 10 being just 'average.' The gaming community is particularly horrible about this. Perfect scores used to be applied to only classics such as Ocarina, but terribad sites like IGN get paid off to give 9.5's to pretty much every AAA title that comes along. They get their money and fans don't flip their **** so everybody wins I guess. I'm not Mega64's biggest fan, but they have the absolute most perfect parody of this situation: http://www.gametrailers.com/video/modern-game-journalism-the/723924
So when I first made a MAL, I took down the score section so people could actually ask me what I thought of a series and not just compare an arbitrary point scale. Before people were *****ing at me for not using scores, and now that I've put them up they're *****ing that I gave their favourite show a 5 when that qualifies as a completely average and enjoyable experience for me.
My (second) final paragraph shall be devoted to those who wish to request a review. By all means, please do. It would help if it were a show I haven't watched yet, but I will likely be willing to review shows that I had already watched, and enjoyed in the past. You can find my anime list here, complete with the status of the show (watched, stalled, dropped, etc.) which may aid you in your choice.
And this concludes my introductory post. Look forward to