Archive for June, 2006



I happened to be browsing Junction 8’s Comics Connection store when I noticed a special sale they had. One dollar one poster. And these are A3, clearly printed albeit glossy posters, which look good enough to display on my walls. So I browsed through the rather extensive selection and chose 4.

Graphs are the new fad, replacing Haruhi, Mai-otome and Fate as the coolest and hippest things to talk about. Using the Poisson distribution, standard deviation, cluster analysis, trigonometrical functions blah blah I forgot my school shit, I hop onto the rumbling bandwagon of retardism.


Y-axis is manliness, X is individuals

More Sukuran summaries and reviews.

#148 - Sans Toit ni Loi

The next morning, Harima finds himself all tied up and marooned outside the gate of the house. Yakumo, in the kitchen, is wondering where he is. Tenma feigns innocence and thinks to herself, "I can’t believe Harima tried to sneak into Yakumo’s room at night, he’s just a monkey after all! I have to protect Yakumo."

I left this one running beyond the usual 100 but stopped it at a nice number. Interestingly, even though this blog’s audience is 70% American, we see 60% of voters claiming to have interest in the footy World Cup. I thought the game wasn’t all that popular over there. 70 people are miserable folks who don’t even like WATCHING sports. I’m not a sportsman but I like sports, especially Slam Dunk, Major and Galaxy Angels Baseball.

I realised something horrible. I screwed up the numbering of the chapters because I accidentally combined #142 and #143. Crap. I’ve made the changes to the previous posts. And here are two more.

#146 - One Hour with You




Has the Rise of Anime contributed to your neglecting of other hobbies?
  • Yes, my best skill now is "watching anime".: 74% (111)
  • No, anime is too weak to make me lose control.: 26% (39)

Total Votes : 150
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