June 25, 2015
UPDATE: I got half-way down the page before I ran into anything I found even slightly interesting. That was Shimoseka, the one about revolutionary guerillas fighting against prudes. And ran into a very bad sign: the official web site no longer has a picture of the main girl naked.
And after finishing his list, there wasn't anything I was interested in. Not even the new DB rehash.
He didn't list Bikini Warriors, though. But that's only a 5-minute show, and I'm not sure it's even running the whole season since it's pretty much a 5-minute advertisement for ecchi figurines. (Reportedly they're all cast-offs.) I imagine I'll want to watch it, but it won't be absorbing.
So I went back and reviewed the latest version of Neregate's picture. There are several shows which will probably be fodder for plundering, but nothing I'm actually interested in watching. (Except Bikini Warriors, maybe, for a couple of episodes.)
Sheesh. What a disaster.
June 04, 2015
That works for me!
May 27, 2015
May 06, 2015
May 04, 2015
April 29, 2015
Novajinx describes Arslan Senki as "Vanadis without the chicks".
That sure sounds dull. I didn't watch this one, and now I know I didn't miss anything. Vanadis wasn't all that good, but it was the women who saved it from being a complete waste of time.
April 07, 2015
March 30, 2015
UPDATE: Here's my list:
(Fri 4/3) Nanoha Vivid -- yes
(Thu 4/9) Etotama -- one ep and then decide
(Sun 4/5) Yamada and the seven witches -- one ep and then decide
(Sat 4/4) Denpa Kyoushi -- one ep and then...
(Sat 4/4) Kyoukai no Rinne -- one ep...
(Wed 4/8) Houkago no Pleiades -- one ep
(Fri 4/3) Shokugeki no Souma -- one ep
(Thu 4/2) Re-Kan -- one ep
(Wed 4/8) Triage X -- probably about five minutes
March 11, 2015
In some ways I'm kind of sorry that our volcanoes here in the PNW produce ash instead of lava.
(Being on the receiving end of a volcanic ash-fall is a royal pain. It happened here in Beaverton in 1980, and if it never happens again in my lifetime that'll be just fine with me.)
December 16, 2014
Care to see something that will turn your stomach? Metafilter wishes Chelsea Manning a happy birthday, and calls him a "hero". (And a "patriot".)
(OK, to cases: Manning's name has been legally changed. Manning's sex has not been. But God help you if you use "he" or "him" to refer to Manning on Metafilter; the TransLiberationFront will swarm you.)
I was thoroughly disgusted and posted this:
I can't believe this post. Manning is a traitor and should have met a hangman's noose.
As you might imagine, it was deleted by the mods.
The liberals at Metafilter, like all American liberals, pride themselves on being tolerant and inclusive. In practice, what that means is they tolerate you if you agree with them, otherwise not. I mostly ignore hot-button political threads, but this one I couldn't let go by, even though I knew my comment wasn't going to survive.
At Metafilter, anyone who hates the US and does something that damages it is a hero. (They idolize Snowden, too.) I shouldn't let it get to me, but once in a while it's just too much.
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