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  1. Echoes
    2011-11-20 01:56
    Echoes
    You're thorough, I'll give you that.

    That's always a concern when you're donating money, it's hard to get any real guarantee that your donation is being put to good use, and not ending up in some fat-cat's pocket. There are some trustworthy groups that have shown consistently that they do fantastic things with the money they receive, like Doctors Without Borders, but I don't know much about the research field.

    I can imagine some shows that I could have possibly given a "1" rating, but I never actually bother to finish those shows. I'm not that much of a masochist/fuel-rage addict.

    You never know. When the shadow government and the NWO make their move, you might be shut down. You're quite a threat to their utopian vision, you know.

    Some show with a weazel and a baboon, I think. And a lot of other incomprehensible stuff.

    I don't even get that. I really don't. Maybe there's some really perverse innuendo there that flew right over our head.
  2. Echoes
    2011-11-20 00:17
    Echoes
    Those must be some judges.

    I'm not that optimistic about it, but there's always progress being made, so that hope isn't completely unwarranted.

    My ratings are all over the scale, the only thing I never give is a "1", since I've never finished a show I've found *that* bad. "2s" are extremely rare too, but anything above that I've given out many times. Those three are certainly well deserving of high scores, all wonderful shows. I was *this* close to giving After Story a 10 too, it's like at a 9.5 for me. The ending is the only thing that I didn't find absolutely perfect; everything else was.

    I can't resist an offer like that. I'll check them out, read your first one when you posted that.

    Yes. Quite scary. Cartoon asses and cheap humor everywhere. The horror!
  3. Echoes
    2011-11-19 23:32
    Echoes
    Does Ikkitousen count? =/

    At least you ended it with grace and posture.

    That's a more realistic goal, though it's probably far out on the horizon, given the hundreds, if not thousands of different variations of the disease exists.

    My 9s are hard to reach, and 10s are about as common as a solar eclipse, but it could happen! Sounds like it'll be awesome regardless, you've seen both movies or just the first?

    Sneaky bastard, getting a head start on me. I hope Yuno's in a bad mood today.

    Thanks, I did. Would you believe my sisters actually watched Cartoon Network and I had to sit through a bunch of bat-shit crazy and sickening animations? I feel violated.
  4. Lost Cause
    2011-11-19 21:35
    Lost Cause
    Your welcome. Linda
  5. Lost Cause
    2011-11-19 21:05
    Lost Cause
    Well, what did you think of it? Linda
  6. Echoes
    2011-11-19 15:08
    Echoes
    Know that I am completely open-minded and accepting about homosexuality when I say this, but it is the gayest show in existence. It's like the show is in the closet about it, which makes it really, really funny.

    That's lame. You're no longer "gangsta." Live with that, punk!

    Yes, the thing is, cancer is in a sense part of the human body, just cells gone out of control and become immortal, in a sense. Consuming everything else in their path and eventually breaking down the other bodily functions. From what I've heard from good sources, it's possible that the best we can hope for it a more effective treatment. The ones we have now are brutal and horrible to go through for the most part, so a revolution even just in treatment would still make life for millions across the globe radically better. Just like with AIDS now that I think about it. There's still no cure, but now, instead of being a death sentence, most people can live semi-normal life (both in length and enjoyment) as long as they go through (albeit expensive) treatments. That's surely progress.

    *Throws various utensils, boxes and books at papermario* Pervert! Creep! You heard nothing!!

    Awesome, that's high praise indeed. I gave the series an 8, even if I find this to be merely "as good" as the series, it'll still be great. If it's even better, that would be just an absolute treat.

    Y-you're blogging? About *my* Yuno? Well, I guess she can defend herself, no need for me to fly into a fit of rage. BUT I WILL ANYWAY. *eats his keyboard*

    Ah yes, I was just hunting for some subs and saw Working. I'm heading off to my mother's for the evening, but I'll be sure to watch that when I come back.
  7. Echoes
    2011-11-19 05:36
    Echoes
    That's one crazy series. So very, very crazy.

    Consider your love of rap duly sabotaged.

    Nothing much to do about that except wait for a cure, if a cure for cancer is even feasible.

    Hmmmph. Stupid Yuno. I don't l-like her or anything, so don't get the wrong idea. Got it?!

    Oh, cool. I expected them to be pretty good, but it's great to have some confirmation, I'll make sure to put them on my mental to-watch list.

    I'll get some sleep now, by the way. Enjoy the rest of the movie, man.
  8. Echoes
    2011-11-19 05:03
    Echoes
    I authorize it. By the power of Grayskull, let it be!

    Yes, I'm sure I just shattered your high regard for the genre.

    He's a funny guy. True to the topic, he died much too early, from cancer in his mere early 30s.

    Even though every death except those of the congressman and bodyguard (who were inspecting the premises, and did not live there) was by suicide, I guess when you see hundreds of people around you plan to kill themselves, you'd be wise to run, they're obviously crazy enough to do anything.

    I'm not really a masochist. I think. Besides, as we all know, yandere girls only kill and hurt those close to their sweethearts; never the guy himself. Therefore, I wouldn't get much pleasure out of it even if I was a masochist. Which I'm totally not. I guess there's just something romantic about loving someone no matter how messed up they are. Even that might be putting too much thought into why I actually like her, though. The truth is, I just find her compelling for some inexplicable reason.
  9. Echoes
    2011-11-19 04:13
    Echoes
    Yes. I think they're making sure nothing bad happens to the children. Those brave souls are donating so much of their time for the sake of the next generation.

    You can't spell "rape" without it either.

    It's mostly about how extraordinary people with a good message tend to get killed (Lennon, Gandhi, JFK, Jesus etc) while mediocre hacks live long and prosper. He laments it in a humorously morbid fashion.

    Damn. That is insane. Sounds like there wouldn't even be room in there for that much. As for Jonestown, that was actually a small settlement. A "town" of sorts, where only cult-members lived. Just about everyone committed suicide, a few handfuls escaped into the surrounding forests. So that's why there were so many children who took part, literally everyone was instructed to do it, and a lot of people lived on the settlement as families.

    Here's what I think tips the scales in Idolmaster's favor. A normal episode of Idolmaster is about on par with a normal episode of Working. Working is generally very consistent, you can expect good laughs and awesome character moments episode. However, an Idolmaster episode like the one we had this week sort of blows Working out of the water. That's how I feel about it, anyhow. I have a very strange attraction to Yuno. It scares me almost as much as she does. But hey, I liked [insert spoiler yandere] and [insert spoiler yandere] too, so maybe there's a pattern here.
  10. Echoes
    2011-11-19 03:19
    Echoes
    I teach it to middle aged men in trench-coats. Don't know what they're going to use it for, but I'm sure it's wholesome and conducive to a prosperous society.

    Hahaha, there's something magical and wonderful about rap, huh. Makes everything so much better.

    Bill Hicks (controversial, deceased stand-up comic) has a great routine about that exact topic. It's wonderful.

    We don't have kool-aid here, but I'm sure there's plenty of soda-like drinks that are just as harmful, or at least come pretty close. The Jonestown incident is one of the most insane things I've ever heard. 900 people committing ritual suicide in the middle of the USA. How do you get to that mindset? The mindset where you'll literally swallow deadly poison, and feed it to your children, just cuz some guy says?

    I think I'm largely in agreement. When push comes to shove, I'll likely pick Idolmaster over Working too. Just by a smidgen, but still. I think I saw you mention the scene where Yuno is at the mail-slot in the Mirai Nikki thread.... that scene caught me by surprise and genuinely scared me. I still love her, though. A little crazy won't deter me.

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