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Old 05-21-2006, 12:58 PM   #6901
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Maybe she can crouch behind a kid while I give it a push. Bwahahaha!
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Old 05-21-2006, 01:31 PM   #6902
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Well duh!

What else would you be posting from?

At the moment? Well, Dreamfall. And Naruto. And maybe some Neverwinter Nights module, but since the HeX Coda (OpenDev module) hasn't been updated with the next module, that won't happen soon most likely (I'm itching to maybe post a screenshot with a quote from Daniel Monium or Pandy Monium...but they're all so good that I can't decide on which I should post.).

By the way, I find that the fact that Izumi wears Japanese Toilet Slippers* in that scene in episode 31 (and several after that), lends a certain hilarity to a quite dramatic scene. Come to think of it, Izumi has a potential of making every scene semi-dramatic. You know why.



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*For anyone who is not familar with that concept, it's (rubber) slippers one is supposed to wear *only* when in the toilet room (being an unclean area). It's not a good idea to walk around with them in the rest of the house, although I've heard that it happens to japanese people once in a while too. The rest of the house is considered a clean area, which is why you take off your shoes at the door.
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Old 05-21-2006, 02:47 PM   #6903
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At the moment? Well, Dreamfall. And Naruto. And maybe some Neverwinter Nights module, but since the HeX Coda (OpenDev module) hasn't been updated with the next module, that won't happen soon most likely (I'm itching to maybe post a screenshot with a quote from Daniel Monium or Pandy Monium...but they're all so good that I can't decide on which I should post.).

By the way, I find that the fact that Izumi wears Japanese Toilet Slippers* in that scene in episode 31 (and several after that), lends a certain hilarity to a quite dramatic scene. Come to think of it, Izumi has a potential of making every scene semi-dramatic. You know why.



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*For anyone who is not familar with that concept, it's (rubber) slippers one is supposed to wear *only* when in the toilet room (being an unclean area). It's not a good idea to walk around with them in the rest of the house, although I've heard that it happens to japanese people once in a while too. The rest of the house is considered a clean area, which is why you take off your shoes at the door.
You should go watch One Piece and Bleach so you can post stuff from them!
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Old 05-21-2006, 03:30 PM   #6904
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You should go watch One Piece and Bleach so you can post stuff from them!

Hmmm...I saw part of the Japanese "Bleach" musical. I didn't understand a thing, but it sure looks interesting. Not sure if I'd like "One Piece" though. It never really looked all that interesting to me (not saying that it is not interesting. It's just that it doesn't really look all that interesting to me. With "Full Metal Alchemist" it was like this: I saw a video that doesn't tell anything about the plot [the one with the song by "Good Charlotte", "Chronicles of Life and Death"] , but just the visuals (and some of the subtitles) immediately caught my attention.


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Old 05-21-2006, 03:33 PM   #6905
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Aaarrrgghhh!!!!!! It's gone 0030, I'm sitting here struggling to write an essay on William Gilbert's magnetic philosophy, and I can't even ensure that this thread dies...

Curses!
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Hmmm...I saw part of the Japanese "Bleach" musical. I didn't understand a thing, but it sure looks interesting. Not sure if I'd like "One Piece" though. It never really looked all that interesting to me (not saying that it is not interesting. It's just that it doesn't really look all that interesting to me. With "Full Metal Alchemist" it was like this: I saw a video that doesn't tell anything about the plot [the one with the song by "Good Charlotte", "Chronicles of Life and Death"] , but just the visuals (and some of the subtitles) immediately caught my attention.


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You should try One Piece out, its got Pirates!
Ive got a link to a fansub group whose subbed upto 190 eps so far if you like to try it

Or since an AMV got you interested in FUll Metal Alchemist you could try watching this
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Oi, thread!

"Yes?"

DIE!!!
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Maybe you should try a little reverse psychology?
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Maybe you should try a little reverse psychology?
You mean like this...

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Go on Rob. Give it a try. It's like this.

Oh, sweet lovely thread. I hope you'll be around for ever and ever.

Now you try.
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Old 05-21-2006, 09:12 PM   #6912
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Aw, that's nice.

He's being so rotten to kids and you're offering to take care of him. That's really sweet.
Did you see the movie Misery where Kathy Bates takes care of her favourite author. Not that Seebs is my favourite-anything . It´ll just give you a hint of what caring would include if he starts hurting innocent kids.

OK, Seebs, you´re my favoutrite foul mouth.
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Did you see the movie Misery where Kathy Bates takes care of her favourite author. Not that Seebs is my favourite-anything . It´ll just give you a hint of what caring would include if he starts hurting innocent kids.

OK, Seebs, you´re my favoutrite foul mouth.
So you're going with the film version rather than the book then. I forget, which one was the sledgehammer and which the axe?

Off on a course for a week. Take care my little multifarious sardine.

Oh, and see the rest of you lot in a week as well.
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So you're going with the film version rather than the book then. I forget, which one was the sledgehammer and which the axe? .
I haven´t read the book so the film it is. Sledgehammer if I´m not mistaken.

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Did you see the movie Misery where Kathy Bates takes care of her favourite author. Not that Seebs is my favourite-anything . It´ll just give you a hint of what caring would include if he starts hurting innocent kids.

OK, Seebs, you´re my favoutrite foul mouth.
Only your favourite foul mouth?

It was axe in book, sledgehammer in film. I think seeing her bash his foot at a 90 degree angle over that block was miles worse than watching her slice it off would have been.
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Only your favourite foul mouth?
I really need to go back to being nice. You are my favourite..<insert> choice of your own</insert>
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Awwww, cheers!
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Good morning Robert.

Lena! Seebaruk is your favorite foul-mouth? Gosh-darnit, don't I swear enough? What the heck is with that?
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Lena! Seebaruk is your favorite foul-mouth? Gosh-darnit, don't I swear enough? What the heck is with that?
Ahhh, I just do it with amazing style matey

And cocking good bastard afternoon to you Robbie.
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