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  1. Echoes
    2011-11-13 20:04
    People who aren't afraid of pain? Sounds a little hard to believe if they've actually experienced real pain before, but I guess there are some people who are just 100% fright-free.

    Yeah, live shows are nice, although it's still nothing like being there yourself. In fact, it might just make you even more envious of those bastards you see who did make it there.

    Soviet Union, huh. That's something, I hope they bring back their national anthem... it kicks all kinds of ass.

    It's good that there are still enough people to make up a market for old-school style platformers. That's the kind of stuff that could actually convince me to buy a game again.

    I'm extremely lenient when it comes to animation. It almost never bothers me, and often I'm so bad at judging it that I don't even notice anyway. Of course it's even better when the animation is stellar and just makes your eyes turn into shimmering stars when you watch (it can happen, scientific fact.) I'm enjoying the series a lot at the moment. The characters are very strong, and a serious plot without annoying/distracting comic relief is something that anime is sorely short on these days, so I'm happy with the direction it's taking. I love how crazy some of the characters are too. You know who I'm mainly talking about, no doubt.
    Those post-show scenes are pretty weird. It's something I see a lot in anime, unusual mixing of moods and genres. Sometimes it works, but sometimes it can really break the mood and stick out like a sore thumb, leaving you frustrated. I don't have any strong opinions either way in this case. I could easily do without them, but they don't really bother me yet either. I think that if I were marathoning the show, they would bother me, but because I wait a week or more between each installment, they fade into the background in the meantime.

    Also, Norio Wakamoto as God... most appropriate casting choice EVER.
  2. Echoes
    2011-11-13 18:35
    Yeah. Sounds like something out of a horror movie, but apparently it's real. At least for Tasmanian Devils. Pain and death, who isn't bad with those things. >_<

    There are a bunch of artists that I got into way too late as well, some of them dead, and a lot of them retired. It sucks, but at least you'll always have the music, and I'll take comfort in that as much as I can.

    Why did I open my big fat mouth? I should have known this thing went above and beyond just you. Now I've doomed an entire country to extinction. Oh well, whatever, let's see what else is on my harddrive....

    Ah, I saw a review of Super Mario Land on Gametrailers. It looked pretty cool and innovative, yet old-school in style. Never been a Mario-fan due to availability (although I played a lot of Mario 64 at a friend), but those are the kinds of games I can really appreciate. I saw a new 2d Rayman game came out as well.... that's actually really tempting. The original Rayman was a definite favorite on the Playstation, but I haven't touched the franchise since.

    How are you liking Mirai Nikki? I'm also watching that.
  3. Echoes
    2011-11-13 17:22
    Yeah, we'll have to settle for lesser of two evils. Reminds me a of a TEDtalk I saw where they discussed one of the most terrifying diseases I've ever heard of: contagious cancer. It exists in Tasmanian Devils apparently. Now there's something that you don't really even want to think about even spreading to our species.

    I can tend to indulge my inquisitive mind a bit too often myself and over-think scary possibilities. I hate it when something just gets stuck in your mind. It's like you want a pair of pliers to just pull that sucker out.

    That always sucks. It reminds you not to take things for granted, good things can be so fleeting. Before you know it, you've missed your chance. I really felt that way when my favorite stand-up comedian, George Carlin, died a couple of years ago. I kept thinking "Damn, I'm never going to get to experience seeing him live. Not ever, no chance." That hits hard.

    Innocent, pfff. I see through your nice-guy demeanor. It's all a front to get people to think about people searching for molestation, boobzilla and other obscene terms, hence lowering that person's view of humanity and eventually leading to him becoming a serial-killer. Oh, I got you pegged now, I'm on to you...

    My turn to apologize for a late reply. Thought I had the last word for some reason. I watched Working 7 now, weird episode. Entertaining as always, though, and looks like it's leading up to something funny. Yamada with cat-ears.... reminds me so much of Hazuki from Tsukuyomi. Another short, purple-haired girl I love.... this has been a pattern for a long time apparently.
  4. Echoes
    2011-11-12 22:15
    At least they're a little milder than the color-related ones.

    I definitely know that feeling. There are certain things that just torment your mind, and you can't get them out... best to just stay clear of those.

    Ah, yeah. I'm going to have to be pretty lucky for one of my favorite artists to drop by my city, though. I've heard a lot of good things about the Fallout games as well, but those are just way outside my field of interest.

    Maybe you were. I never know what you're up to. I can live with it as long as it's for science, though.
  5. Echoes
    2011-11-12 18:42
    Yeah, I guess colors and illnesses don't mix well.

    The program was not graphic in its recreations or depictions of the events, but some of the stories were quite horrifying. It was impressive how a lot of these researchers were so devoted to their craft that they would put themselves at great risk testing these new drugs, though. Feats that command respect, no doubt. Skin lacerations are really horrifying, amputations are so blunt and big that I don't find them as scary for some reason. Although, obviously that would probably change if I ever had to have one.

    Sounds pretty cool to me. I guess they're going to have to do a lot of traveling when they live in such a small town. I've never been to a concert in my life, not sure I'd be comfortable stuck between 1000 other people yelling, pushing and jumping. But hey, if one of my favorite artists came to town, I'd give it a shot.

    Yeah, my friends never stop talking about Oblivion and Morrowind, so there must be something to them. I love the setting, fantasy is definitely my preferred game-type, but I've never grown to love first-person... well, anything. Not that I have the computer to run Skyrim anyway, my computer has trouble just staying on. :P

    As for creepiness; hey, you got to make sacrifices to get traffic. I don't really understand the thought process behind writing "Inami molester" into your search engine though, I have to admit. I don't know what they were hoping to find. And that might be for the best.
  6. Echoes
    2011-11-12 17:55
    Nothing good ever comes easy. A little gangrene never hurt anyone. Wait...

    I saw a great documentary called "Medical Mavericks." It was about medical pioneers who tested their own inventions and concoctions on themselves to experiment, this episode was about anesthetics in particular. They talked about a guy who was apparently the best in the world at amputating limbs. He could do it insanely quickly. There was apparently a case where he tried to "break his record" and accidentally cut through the guy's testicles as well as cutting off two of his assistant's fingers.

    Yeah, I hate extreme temperatures. It's getting there with the cold right now. I never see any metal-heads around here. I sort of like the style, but it's not for me. I'm less confrontational, and that doesn't go well that appearance.

    Ah yes, Skyrim. I don't care about it at all, but I'm sure I won't be seeing most of my friends for a couple of weeks. Looking forward to the Working episode, I'll probably watch that tomorrow. Molester, huh. I guess that's a lot creepier than "boobzilla." :P
  7. Echoes
    2011-11-12 10:45
    I don't know. If I got to wear those hats and commandeer awesome boats... might be worth a leg or two. Well, maybe not two.

    At least I live way down south in the country, up north the temperatures are insane, aren't many countries higher north than that. Long hair is certainly not practical for most tasks. If only I was more of a hardcore metal-head, I could get some use out of it....

    Uhm.... fight fire with fire? I can't think of any more related puns. And maybe that's for the best.
  8. Echoes
    2011-11-11 22:18
    True that. All those bad teeth and amputated legs too. Think about these noble seamen's sacrifice, without them, who would battle against ninjas in internet discussions? (Pirates are totally cooler than ninjas, by the way.)

    Norway is notoriously cold, but during the summer, it can actually get uncomfortably hot for weeks on end. Thanks, but dark blond is really nothing special, I think I'd prefer it to be brown or black, but I guess the grass is always greener on the other side. I might cut my hair this summer, all of it. I've had it for around three years now, and it's down to my chest. I like the aesthetics of it, but it's a hassle to deal with it more than one way.

    What, more puns? Have the shimmering portals to the deepest depths of the abyss standing before us taught you nothing?! Ah, yeah, I remember that scene now that you mention it. That was funny.
  9. Echoes
    2011-11-11 20:54
    They certainly did not. Mostly dried meat and such, things that would last a long time out there on the endless waves. And for pirates, there's all the nasty habits that are part of the lifestyle to contend with as well, so yeah, not much nutrition to say the least. :P

    Yeah... most of my clothing is generally dark as well, that's a problem in the scorching heat. I got dark blond hair, so I guess I'm a little better off there, but on the other hand, it's insanely long, so I get really hot too.

    Yeah, she's a well rounded character. There's always a touch of hilarity to her, whatever she's doing, though.

    That was easier than expected. I guess this is why earth sucks so much; way too easy to open portals to malevolent realms.
  10. Echoes
    2011-11-11 17:41
    Yeah, you can get it a lot of places. I think pirates and sailors used to have a lot of trouble with vitamin C because they usually didn't eat any fruits during their travels. I don't like fish. There are exceptions, I like smoked salmon and some other stuff (I'm highly ignorant of fish names in English), but generally I'm not fond of the taste. I've tried hard to like it, because it's healthy and relatively cheap, but so far, my efforts have not bore fruit. I like sea-food in general, though. Shrimps, prawns, crab and even a little bit of of squid. Good stuff.

    I dread the sun like a vampire. I'm not comfortable in intense sunlight usually. Although exceptions can be made for barbecues in the summer.

    They're both good characters, but Yui just happened to be my favorite. I liked how they poked fun at among other things, moe. I love the scene where she says something like "Just ask Yui-nyan!" and makes some moe gesture, and the next scene she's getting her head crushed under Otonashi's arm for being so annoying. Great stuff.

    Damn. We hit all three between the two of us. We might have unleashed some sort of horrible curse.

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