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Old 2013-05-19, 07:41   Link #6981
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The real Densha Otoko is actually a member here, aohige.

You can imagine how freaked out I was when I found out.

It happened a long time ago so he doesn't really remember all the details, particularly about specific 2ch posts...of which there were hundreds of thousands in the original Densha Otoko Thread, but from what he was able to tell me the real story was a lot weirder.
You must have me confused with someone else.
I'm not associated with anything Densha Otoko related.
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Old 2013-05-19, 09:14   Link #6982
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Random gaming question!

Is it safe to ignore Prince of Persia: Warrior Within and just buy The Two Thrones? Actually, do I even need the sequels?
I haven't played these series so I don't know, but you can always go through them vicariously with someone else's play-through. I'd be surprised if there weren't a "let's play" type of video on Youtube, or a rip of all of the cinematic scenes. If you're unfamiliar with "let's play" videos, someone basically records their run through the game in a video that can last for a few hours. Repetitive bits, parts where they got stuck, or lengthy bits with no events of significance are usually edited out or sped up. You don't get the full gaming experience, but it's far superior to reading all of the events and spoilers for that particular game.
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Old 2013-05-19, 11:52   Link #6983
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You must have me confused with someone else.
I'm not associated with anything Densha Otoko related.
Lies!

Pray spill the beans in all its Hermes goodness.
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Old 2013-05-19, 12:41   Link #6984
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I had been watching the Bruce Lee story but one thing I want to know is how long was the fighting arts practiced in the United States prior to the 'Kung Fu Boom'?
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Old 2013-05-22, 06:35   Link #6985
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I have a question regarding the Touhou Project here.
Touhou Project is originally a Shoot-up game (Danmaku), but in 2008, an OVA was created regarding it.
My question is, were there any Anime TV series released about it?

Thanks in front!
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Old 2013-05-22, 06:56   Link #6986
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I have a question regarding the Touhou Project here.
Touhou Project is originally a Shoot-up game (Danmaku), but in 2008, an OVA was created regarding it.
My question is, were there any Anime TV series released about it?

Thanks in front!
Not at this time. You can find some fan animations, but there hasn't been anything official.
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Old 2013-05-22, 07:12   Link #6987
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And probably there won't ever be. IIRC, ZUN's reaction was a bit bland about that anime project which used a lot of famous seiyuus. Something along the line of "let's not make Touhou too commercial" or something like that.
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Old 2013-05-22, 22:49   Link #6988
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Has anyone been sale associate before? I am not really what would you call sociable and I don't what to expect.
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Old 2013-05-23, 04:26   Link #6989
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Has anyone been sale associate before? I am not really what would you call sociable and I don't what to expect.
Just some quick hands and fast counting skills.
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Old 2013-05-26, 21:16   Link #6990
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Has anyone been sale associate before? I am not really what would you call sociable and I don't what to expect.
Depends on the store really. I was a sales associate at WalMart for electronics, and had my hand at several other departments as well. Depending on what department you're placed in, it's really just important to be able to respectfully answer questions from your customers. Also, expect the job to be boring and have you dealing with a lot of stocking and "zoning" (making things look pretty on the shelves) merchandise if things are slow.
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Old 2013-05-28, 01:26   Link #6991
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I am thinking about reading the epics of Dante, Kafka and Milton but I have some reservations. I don't any thing about these poems except from I gather from the wiki and this very site, I want to read the poems but I am not too sure about them. What should I know about them? Should I read these epics?
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Old 2013-05-28, 01:54   Link #6992
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Just go for it, no reason you can't drop part-way through if you can't go on.
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Old 2013-05-28, 11:41   Link #6993
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is there any fully translated visual novel on the psp?
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Old 2013-05-29, 02:20   Link #6994
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Corpse Party, I think.
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Old 2013-06-03, 14:26   Link #6995
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Just as the title says, can anyone recommend me some books and essays on existentialism? I don't intend to read every essay I can because I had seen the bibliography of Jean Paul Sartre and Albert Camus and my library doesn't have all of them. I am just looking for recommended reads and essays so that I know where to start and if possible show me links to their essays so that I read them.

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Old 2013-06-09, 18:32   Link #6996
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Are there any famous newspaper mangas? Or do people generally don't care about it?
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Old 2013-06-09, 20:06   Link #6997
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I am thinking about reading the epics of Dante, Kafka and Milton but I have some reservations. I don't any thing about these poems except from I gather from the wiki and this very site, I want to read the poems but I am not too sure about them. What should I know about them? Should I read these epics?
If you try them and they're too daunting (even in English, reading centuries old English can be a chore for many) -- there are the Spark Notes and Cliff Notes.

I'd strongly suggest reading Annotated versions of Dante and Milton for sure.
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Old 2013-06-09, 20:32   Link #6998
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My friend **ahem** has two acounts with different email in here. The first one are unused since he forgot the pasword and the email itself. The second acount is what he currently use now. Is it possible for him to recover and merge his first acount with the second one?
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Old 2013-06-09, 23:36   Link #6999
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My friend **ahem** has two acounts with different email in here. The first one are unused since he forgot the pasword and the email itself. The second acount is what he currently use now. Is it possible for him to recover and merge his first acount with the second one?
PM the admin group and see what they have to say or post a request in the Forum & Site Feedback subforum.
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Old 2013-06-10, 02:19   Link #7000
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