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Old 2006-09-25, 18:00   Link #1841
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You're a bit skeptical?

On a skepticism scale of cold fusion to Scientology, that one rates above homeopathy.
How about roughly on the same level of "skeptical" as taking any religion as truth, be it Christianity, Islam, Buddism, etc. not just Scientology.
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Old 2006-09-25, 18:53   Link #1842
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Scientology is my max for skepticism because I'm used to the claims of the institutionalized religions, whereas Scientology was batantly based on fictional novels written by Hubbard before he decided to start the religion schtick.
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Old 2006-09-26, 00:28   Link #1843
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I believe it was a gag Hubbard wrote in response to some conversations with Heinlein about various cons endemic to mankind. Sometime later someone figured out it was a moneymaker and it continues to attract somewhat less than critical thinkers to this day.
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Old 2006-09-27, 12:50   Link #1844
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i am not sure if anyone has checked it
but when i went to Anime News Network to check for the seiyuus of Tmos
then i look for the ratings and it suprised me

858 votes of the total 1458 are excellent
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/ency...me.php?id=6430

does it mean that loads of ppl like the anime ?
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Old 2006-09-27, 13:30   Link #1845
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http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/ency...ings-anime.php

Well, it's ranked 7th using a Bayesian weighting scheme as described on that page, so yes.
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Old 2006-09-29, 14:30   Link #1846
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It's kind of all over the place actually. I never trusted the ANN ranking system. To much emphasis on the newest series because of current popularity and then they fall of the chart within a few months (that and I don't really like what most people do so its not terribly helpful to me in choosing a series, although I am trying to branch out more and close the gap between my 80's anime and most folks modern favorites with mixed results). I remember Haruhi was #1 for a day during its peak (The singing episode) and has been sliding ever since given a few bumps every now and then. I've noticed a trend where the older a series gets the less Masterpiece and Excellent ranking votes it receives though. Still I'd kill to see what the chart looked like in the early days of the site though for curiosity purposes.
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Old 2006-09-29, 22:43   Link #1847
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In the new issue of Newtype USA (October 2006) there is a two page article on The Meloncholy of Haruhi Suzumiya using this pic as background:

I have no idea how much was translated and kept for the english article...

And in the same issue, the Big in Japan listings (presumably from the August Newtype Japan issue) have Meloncholy at #1 anime, Kyon at #2 Male character, and Haruhi, Yuki and Mikuru at #2, #6 and #10 Female characters (respectively).
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Old 2006-09-29, 23:26   Link #1848
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Not really surprised by the standings of the 3 girls. I would guess in general public eyes, it's hard to look pass Haruhi, since she was the main character in season 1, and the main storyline revolved around her and Kyon. But I would guess and hope that if you take a poll with just the hardcore fans, it might be a little different, and that is giving me tiny bits of hope that Yuki might be able to pull off the upset come next Thursday.
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Old 2006-09-30, 03:28   Link #1849
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In the new issue of Newtype USA (October 2006) there is a two page article on The Meloncholy of Haruhi Suzumiya using this pic as background:

I have no idea how much was translated and kept for the english article...

And in the same issue, the Big in Japan listings (presumably from the August Newtype Japan issue) have Meloncholy at #1 anime, Kyon at #2 Male character, and Haruhi, Yuki and Mikuru at #2, #6 and #10 Female characters (respectively).
What kind of poll was that exactly? Like who was included in the sample?
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Old 2006-09-30, 10:25   Link #1850
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What kind of poll was that exactly? Like who was included in the sample?
The poll is Newtype Japan asking its readers to vote for their favorite anime series, male and female characters. Simple as that!
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Old 2006-09-30, 12:06   Link #1851
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Please don't post any further campaign posts related to the Anime Saimoe Tournament. This thread is for general discussion of the show Suzumiya Haruhi and not to be used as updates or campaigning for the tournament.

If you have any further questions, feel free to private message me. Thanks.
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Old 2006-10-02, 20:37   Link #1852
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Which TV Station in Japan...

Which TV station in Japan aired this show, and what was the release company of this show?
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Old 2006-10-03, 00:30   Link #1853
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Which TV station in Japan aired this show, and what was the release company of this show?
Well, it aired on a number of channels in Japan every week, though the first to air was Chiba TV. It's distributed by Kadokawa.
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Old 2006-10-03, 08:49   Link #1854
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Thanks!
I am writing a short review on the series, and wants a bit more info!
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Old 2006-10-06, 13:00   Link #1855
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Just to throw this out:
http://haruhi.tv/fanclub/special_event.html

DVD最終巻「涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 7」の映像特典について

「ハレ晴レユカイ」のTV版完全バージョンが収録予定
DVD最終巻「涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱7」の映像特典としまして、何と! EDテーマ「ハレ晴レユカイ」のTV版完全バージョンが収録予定!これはもう必見!ぜひGETしよ う!
現在制作スタッフが忙しいスケジュールの中で、皆様からの応援に感謝の気持ちを込めて鋭意制作 中です。
詳細は決まり次第、本サイトまたは「涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱・京アニサイト」にておしらせいたしますので続報をお 待ちください

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First of all:
http://www.kyotoanimation.co.jp/haruhi/info/ed_ok.html
(click on コンテページ in the middle)

That's the FULL choreography of the ED dance (including parts that were cut out due to the still shots + credit) put up by Kyoani on the 18th.

Next:
http://www.kyotoanimation.co.jp/haruhi/diary/09_20.html

Kyoani art staff all gathered in one room, with pages of art storyboards that's "a little too thin for an anime episode". In the middle of the room is the series producer Yamamoto-san, making a very familiar looking pose...
As I expected, Kyoani has just announced that a full version of the ED dance will be included in vol.7 (final volume) of the DVD.
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Old 2006-10-06, 13:02   Link #1856
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Full version? Tsk tsk tsk, that's one under the belt... Milking fans like that... Shame...

(now where did my credit card go...)
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Old 2006-10-06, 13:13   Link #1857
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^ its that attitude that makes them milk as much as they want...for shame...
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Old 2006-10-06, 14:31   Link #1858
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Full version? Tsk tsk tsk, that's one under the belt... Milking fans like that... Shame...
Hahaha... well, personally I think this was also a much-needed announcement. Episode 14 (Someday in the Rain) is sort of a wierd episode to include by itself on a DVD (one of the disadvantages of the chornological order), so I figured they'd have to throw in some sort of extra. If you were buying the DVDs anyway, this is a good thing.
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Old 2006-10-09, 20:59   Link #1859
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10-9-06 (5:52PM EDT)---- Haruhi Suzumiya Sweeps Awards At Animation Kobe

Kyoto Animation reports their Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya TV anime has won top honors in 2 prize categories ("Best motion picture of the year and TV division" and "Radio Kansai Prize (theme song prize)") at the 11th Animation Kobe.
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Old 2006-10-09, 21:04   Link #1860
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Damnit, you beat me to it. I was just about to post that.

Anyway, I think it's great that Haruhi has been recognized. I'm not sure I'd have awarded it best of the year myself, since I thought Mushishi was better, but I'd imagine this is a popular win. Very good.

Edit: English source: http://www.animenewsservice.com/
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