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  1. LKK
    2022-04-10 13:37
    LKK
    It's not a requirement that a thread be closed in order to move it. However, if the thread is not closed and someone comes along and tries to post to it at the same time as we're moving the thread, there's no telling what will happen to the person's new post. So it's more of security measure to make sure we have all the posts when we copy and then move a thread.
  2. LKK
    2022-04-09 21:38
    LKK
    Kunoichi Tsubaki's thread should be open and in Current now. Based on the time stamp of your Visitor message, you were trying to access the thread during the small time I had to close it in order to process it from Upcoming to Current. If you are still having trouble accessing the thread now, please let me know again.
  3. Last Sinner
    2021-12-31 06:11
    Last Sinner
    Any titles you're looking forward to in 2022? Summertime Rendering, Spy X Family and Police In A Pod are the three I have marked so far.
  4. Last Sinner
    2021-12-30 17:27
    Last Sinner
    Hey there, thought I'd speak a bit more about what we said in that thread about the guy who was at the point of hating anime. Specifically your reflection on the point of people hardly thinking anymore.

    I think for a relative start is to think of how the 1930s were described in To Kill A Mockingbird. Growth was slow as was technological advancement. It didn't feel like there was anywhere to go. Time was not a scarce commodity. The world was still secluded in continents but radio gave some semblance of what was going on out there. Go forward a few decades and then there's television. As comedian Bill Hicks put it, television brought the horrors of the world into our living room, but at the same time, it felt like there was a chance to be anything in this gradually emerging new world. Tack in computers in the 80s and internet in the 90s. Suddenly, we have access to much we didn't before - but it was still slow. And from an anime perspective, there was still little we could access.

    Then over the 2000s, that changes. Mobile phones, broadband internet, Youtube, Facebook, anime subbing. Access is getting faster, there is more to take up our time. 2010s, mobile phones are as capable as a PC/console, internet gets damn quick, Steam and its equivalents for games, anime and game streaming, social media platforms everywhere. Everything is very fast, accessible, instant.

    My point - I grew up in the 80s and 90s. Sure, I had things but I still had gratitude for what actually was accessible. The latter lot of Millennials and Zoomers - for them everything is instant and in the moment. There is no need to think and they feel there is no time to. I get told by them that sending more than one sentence in a message is too much for them. Instant reaction videos and giving people little time to fix a losing sports team and instantly declaring someone guilty upon one bit of 'news' appearing is the norm. It's a product of the environment we grew up in and how we were raised.

    From a content perspective, I found 2021 to be a very down year. Odd Taxi is the only Japanese anime I'll want to remember (but I will fondly). Arcane suddenly made Western animation relevant again and will set a standard for a very long time (it's worth trying if you haven't). Bad End Theater was a nice surprise for games, Loop Hero was another good one.

    Good to hear that you still like to think. GL in 2022.
  5. Friday
    2021-04-11 21:16
    Friday
    kindly open up "Battle Athlete ReSTART! " for comments please
  6. felix
    2020-01-01 20:20
    felix
    Hiya, sorry for the bother but can you remove the spoiler tags from your votes?
    If you put your votes in spoilers they wont get picked up ^^ Sorry
  7. MisaoFan
    2017-06-26 06:36
    MisaoFan
    Forgot it for a while.
  8. MisaoFan
    2017-06-25 16:00
    MisaoFan
    What series is your avatar from?
  9. felix
    2017-01-15 18:08
    felix
    Thanks .
  10. felix
    2017-01-15 09:30
    felix
    Where's your avatar from?

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