I wasn't online at all the past few days, so this is unprecedented to say the least. I'm quite touched by sf's gesture. Hopefully I don't ruin this thread with my sappiness.
I'd definitely be interested in tag-teaming with him.
baz, corge, quux , grault, garply, xyzzy, flob.
Actually I hope you guys won't mind but I'll be switching to a non-TMAC avatar in a few days (I feel bad for this, especially when I've been so wishy-washy on the theme this month) as I'll be away until the start of next month. In which case I do hope people will take the vote seriously, at least make an attempt to aggregate the previous suggestions and hold a poll (I started a list a week ago, but there's a bunch of new...
Ah, he is secretly reading this thread after all. Tell us the answers, oh Great Gundam-loving One....
Every year you folks tease me with pictures of the best audio show on earth (it usually surmounts the stuff I see from CanJam).
If they have demos, it seems puzzling that they won't offer stand-alone units for these rather than them being available only through upgrades. The argument brought up prior by someone else that the additional tubes won't fit some ears isn't really an argument against having them offered as a stand-alone offering. With many CIEMs like the SE5 the fit not being for everyone seems to be the case as well.
Anyways, hopefully they come up with some other option in the...
I have Quantum Leap queued up. First time in a while where I've lined up American shows rather than dramas.
Also have 101st Marriage Proposal, Beautiful Days, and some Bridal Mask lined up. Just need to find one whole free weekend to marathon them all.
I'm not sure why, but I just enjoy reading, rather than watching those shows (Shingeki no Kyojin, or as you put it in your Westerner way, Attack of...). That hits me in a more nostalgic way. I watched more old MVs on TV as a child than I did with cartoons (although I still watched an inordinate number of cartoons, more than the average healthy human being should in a lifetime).
Hey open to talk about any show, on DVD or otherwise.