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  1. Flower
    2015-05-03 00:54
    Just have to say - nice to see Shangri-La characters in your sig there.

    I also enjoyed the series....
  2. Mamina fan12
    2011-12-17 02:44
    Mamina fan12
    happy hoildays to all my friends
  3. mamina fan
    2010-08-31 15:53
    mamina fan
    ZOMG i found that strange too when the just let chor kaput die liek that why didnt they save them that was so disapointing ya know they could have helped them.
  4. KimmyChan
    2009-07-01 09:32
    Oh wow, thank you so much for that awesome link! I really appreciate it!

    I'm hoping that it'll work easily enough for me to be able to watch & enjoy The Sky Crawlers aswell, as it seems pretty straightforward

    I've tried looking on so many different sites for it with no finds at all until now
  5. KimmyChan
    2009-07-01 05:51
    Hi there!

    I saw your comment made on The Sky Crawlers thread

    And here we go, back to Nyu themed again cos she is the best EL character after all
  6. izmosmolnar
    2009-06-21 01:14
    Well no, as we were under the Soviet Regime, we always used to "follow" and catch up with the western culture, while at the same time most people aren't really interested in what the Far-East has to offer.
    Additionally most of the hungarian Anime viewers are only going as far as Naruto or Bleach +other mainstream anime, but they aren't really keen on trying out different kind of anime. So yeah generally the average people thinks anime = some kinda japanese cartoon for kids and children (or Hentaii porn). And then when I'm showing those people shows like Elfen Lied or GITS they most of the time realize, they shouldn't generalize it in such a narrow-minded way.
    Heh yeah, but don't expect Haruhiism temples around here basing it on that video .

    Unfortunately languages are like the only thing I'm talented, my english is self-taught (watched too many TV and played too much computergames while I was a child, and by the time I was like ~14, I've realized I can sort of understand everything), plus picked up a decent german in school, and I've also learned spanish in two years time. Of course my grammar is a bit messy, as I'm not striving for perfection really, as long as I can express myself adequately, and comprehend almost everything.

    Hehe. Természetesen beszélhetünk máskor is / Of course we can speak some other time too .
  7. drobertbaker
    2009-06-20 20:19
    No sweat, Dude! Thanks for your consideration.

    Hungarian, huh? That's quite interesting. Is there much anime interest in those parts or are you more of an otaku outcast there than even us in America?

    I was reinformed of the truly worldwide nature of anime fandom by this video showing the Haruhi dance as performed all over the world (including Hungary!). It really warms my heart to see all that international brotherhood through anime!

    Your English is very good. How does a nice Magyar boy get so good at English?

    Beszéljünk máskor is!
  8. izmosmolnar
    2009-06-20 16:27
    I just noticed I misspelled your name earlier, I apologize for not noticing it before.

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