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Old 2006-03-06, 09:21   Link #61
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Old 2006-03-06, 10:41   Link #62
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Episode 18
http://www.yukai.jp/~timaking/COMIC/01af/ep18.htm

Frame 1
@R: Due to repeated maltreatment, she has lost her trust in people
SFX: ase ase -- nervously / rushing
Pakisu-tan: ( C'mon, snap out of it already. <small>What in the world happened to you...</small> )
SFX @BL: doyo doyo -- depressed


Frame 2
Pakisu-tan: ( Hey, take a look at that! <small>its my favorite show</small>)
SIGN: New Merchandise Now In Stock
Afu: (Afu?)

Frame 3
SFX: dodoooon -- tadaaa
TEXT: Space Detective Tayariban

Frame 4

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Old 2006-03-06, 18:07   Link #63
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For some reason it looked like タャリバン, but that doesn't make sense so it's probably just me.
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Old 2006-03-06, 18:48   Link #64
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For some reason it looked like タャリバン, but that doesn't make sense so it's probably just me.
You are correct, thats what is written.

Ep 19 has it in print where its much more obvious.

I dont know what the significance of a small ャ is there, perhaps KJ will enlighten us.

My guess would be that it is there not to add a syllable, but to make the タ sound like it was pronounced by an american. But I have no basis to justify that theory so consider it wild speculation
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Old 2006-03-07, 10:40   Link #65
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Old 2006-03-07, 11:27   Link #66
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ケージェーさん、「タャリバン」の小型「ャ」についてはどう思いますか?教えて下さい。
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Old 2006-03-07, 11:54   Link #67
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Episode 19

http://www.yukai.jp/~timaking/COMIC/01af/ep19.htm

Frame 1
@R: Today, they are going to play Tayariban togther
SFX: Jaaaan -- tadaaa
Afu: Waa!

Frame 2
Pakisu-tan: (I'll be Tayariban,)
Pakisu-tan: (And you play the bad guy)
Afu: Eh?

Frame 3
Pakisu-tan: (En garde, foul Mujahideen!)
SFX bishu -- smack
SFX bashu -- bash
Afu: Afuuuu!

Frame 4
@R: This is not the way she imagined it...
Pakisu-tan: ( I am Justice )
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Old 2006-03-08, 05:47   Link #68
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Old 2006-03-08, 13:41   Link #69
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*amazed by the speed* Thank you so much!

Did any of you notice that there is a sort of continuation with stories with Pakisu-tan?
http://www.yukai.jp/~timaking/COMIC/02pk/menu-pk.htm
I'd love to read them as well *puppyeyes*
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Old 2006-03-08, 14:34   Link #70
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Episode 20
http://www.yukai.jp/~timaking/COMIC/01af/ep20.htm

Frame 1
@R: Today, she insists upon playing the hero's role
Pakisu-tan: (You want to be Tayariban? )
SFX: koku koku -- nod nod

Frame 2
Pakisu-stan: (Hey, if you swing it around like that its dangerous...)
SFX: hara hara -- anxiety
SFX: buon -- swinging sound
SFX: bun -- swishing sound
Afu: (Too) -- her battlecry

Frame 3
Both: (Ah!)
SFX: turu -- slip
SFX: sukaan -- swooshing sound
@TL: Tajikisu-tan just happened to be walking nearby
Tajikisu-tan: (Urk!)

Frame 4
SFX: pusu pusu -- smouldering


Afghan Memo #20, The Taliban's Fundamentalism

The brand of Islamic Fundamentalism promulgated by the Taliban was influenced
heavily by both the tulmult of war as well as the Pashtuni moral code
known as "Pashtunwali", making it a unique form of Islamic religion.

Consequently, the Taliban government was founded with the stated goal of
"A restoration of order and law based on Islam", however their goverment was
not recognized by other nations, even other islamic nations ( with three
exceptions ).



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Did any of you notice that there is a sort of continuation with stories with Pakisu-tan?
http://www.yukai.jp/~timaking/COMIC/02pk/menu-pk.htm
I'd love to read them as well *puppyeyes*
Had not noticed that, thx
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Old 2006-03-08, 14:49   Link #71
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Thanks guys for the translating and scanlating, I really like this manga, keep up good work.
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Old 2006-03-08, 16:39   Link #72
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Thanks for your support, not much left now.
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Old 2006-03-09, 00:20   Link #73
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ケージェーさん、「タャリバン」の小型「ャ」についてはどう思いますか?教えて下さい。
It is there to make it sound "cute" and "moe~." Just like the Osama bin Laden look-a-like cat who is called "Al Nyaida" as a pun for "Al Qaida."
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Old 2006-03-09, 01:20   Link #74
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Afghan Memo #21, The 2nd Great Game

Following the rise of the Taliban, the warring mujahedeens joined forces. They called themselves as the "Northern Alliance" to form a resistance against the Taliban.

When Turkmenistan's ambitions for a pipeline to its vast natural resources came shape, neighboring nations began to interfere in the matter which further complicated the civil war in Afghanistan.

These international influences came to be known as the "Second Great Game" in correspondence to the original Great Game of the late 19th century.


Afghan Memo #22, Al Qaida

Al Qaida is an international terrorist organization led by Osama bin Laden under the ideology of extreme radical Islam. Its organization began when Afghani militias fought against the Soviet invasion in 1979. Much of its current activities are motivated by anti-American sentimism.

When bin Laden sought refuge and exile in Afghanistan in 1996, he used his vast financial wealth and connections to come in close contact with the Taliban's inner circle. Following this, anti-American ideology began to strongly influence the Taliban government.


Afghan Memo #23, 9-11

September 11, 2001. Four hijacked passenger planes plowed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in a suicide run. The acts of the terrorist shook the world in fear as the death toll rose to over 3,000 (the largest toll from a terrorist act).

This incident strengthened the hawkish conservatives in the U.S. Congress. As the gears were set in motion, military action began to be seen over the horizon.

In October 2004, a videotape was aired in which bin Laden himself admitted in planning and instigating the attacks.


Afghan Memo #24A, War on Terror

September 16, 2001. Pakistan, which supported the Taliban regime, announced it's alliance with the United States. By losing its last supporter, the Taliban found itself with no ally against the U.S.

September 20, 2001. The U.S. announced that "an U.S. led international alliance against global terror" to be known as the "War on Terror." The U.S. built an alliance of many nations by coersion; "if a nation does not go along with us, that nation is a harborer of terrorism."

Such measurements led to nations surrounding Afghanistan to be used as temporary U.S. bases. Many problems will begin to arise due to this stance.


Afghan Memo #24B, U.S. Invasion of Afghanistan

The Taliban government refused to heed to the U.S. demands to hand over Osama bin Laden as a prime suspect in the 9-11 terrorist acts. Their primary reasoning was due to "insufficient and lacking evidence."

October 7, 2001. The U.S. refused to hand over evidence that the Taliban requested and began to airstrike primary targets across Afghanistan. Although the primary targets were military installations, several of these airstrikes hit civilian complexes as well. As a result more than 15,000 people began to seek refuge into neighboring Pakistan.

Alongside with these airstrikes, the Northern Alliance also began their attacks against the Taliban. By December of that same year, the Taliban was overthrown and a transitional government was put into place with UN supervision.


Afghan Memo #25, The refugees return

In early 2002, peace finally seem to set in after years of turmoil caused by Soviet invasion -> civil war -> U.S. invasion. Many Afghani refugees in neighboring nations began to return to their home country.

The UN implemented a policy of aid to returning refugees for Afghanistan. However, the problems that have piled up over the twenty years of war and turmoil cannot be easily fixed. The progress of rebuilding Afghanistan will see major snag for the foreseeable future.

Afghan Memo #26, The effort towards peace

October 9, 2004, Afghanistan held its first general election. The majority of the votes for president was won by the interim president, Hamid Karzai. In December of that year, the government led by Karzai began its first steps to establish democracy and modernization to Afghanistan.

The Karzai administration's first and primary concern is to disarm the warlords (i.e. the Northern Alliance) which have been in fighting for the past twenty years.

With international aid, they are also taking initial steps to reduce the growth of opium and narcotics trafficking and removing mines leftover from years of warfare. Slowly, they are striving to move towards peace and prosperity.
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Old 2006-03-09, 10:19   Link #75
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It is there to make it sound "cute" and "moe~." Just like the Osama bin Laden look-a-like cat who is called "Al Nyaida" as a pun for "Al Qaida."
Okay, interesting. I wonder how you would pronunce タャ . (Is it more like チャ or タヤ)


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Old 2006-03-10, 12:44   Link #76
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そろそろ始ようか

Episode 21

Frame 1
@R: Today, they are all going to play together
Uzubekisu-tan: Who made you the boss?
SFX: doki doki -- excited heartbeats
Pakisu-tan: (So, what do you wanna play?)

Frame 2
Uzubekisu-tan: ( We should play Northern Alliance of course! )
Tajikisu-tan: Masu-sama!
//TL note: Masu-sama refers to Ahmed Shah Massoud

Frame 3
Afuganisu-tan: Afuuu!
Pakisu-tan: ( What are you saying! We should play Tayariban! )

Frame 4
SFX: muki -- stretching face
SFX: kii -- shrieking
Torukumenisu-tan: Easy there guys
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Old 2006-03-10, 14:51   Link #77
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Could muki possibly be "grrr"? I've seen it used in Yamibou as a cute angry sound effect, possibly being short for むかつく.
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Old 2006-03-10, 15:36   Link #78
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Could muki possibly be "grrr"? I've seen it used in Yamibou as a cute angry sound effect, possibly being short for むかつく.

Ive usually seen that one represented as "ムッ" or "ムカ", never ムキ.

If you take it as a word rather than a SFX, it could be the むき from "むきになる"

it could even be a mix of that and a shriek "キー"

I went with a muscle SFX sound... it sortof made sense to me at the time :P
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Old 2006-03-10, 18:58   Link #79
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Lol Afghanis-tan Is Real?????
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