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Yeah I saw that. I'm curious to see which one is the bad girl!!!

 

Oh yeah, I remember that episode!!! Whaat, what was she doing when she was three? :O

 

I didn't remember that song until I heard it on the youtube clip you posted.

 

Lol okay, I promise. XD

 

Thanks! Tagging is a wonderful thing that's totally useless if you delete the emails by accident since there are no mentions of tagged posts on head-fi itself -_-

 

Neither did I, but I remember there was huge controversy surrounding the "excessive" use of blood and gore so they had to go back to the drawing board and censor the hell out of it.

 

Yeah, I've seen Higurashi, that was a really intense show! Some of the scenes could have been a lot gorier though, but they chose to omit the gore in order to let the viewer's imagination fill in the blanks and create their own worst nightmare. Elfen Lied... Didn't do that at all. Just gore everywhere.

 

Haha, I always need more soundtracks for anime! I still need a bunch of the Key Sounds Label CDs too! 

 

What disco album is it though? You should try listening to the Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack if you want some really legit disco. =D

 

Stay tuned for the shocking revelation...

 

You can read about her career here.

 

Oh man, did you know the South Park movie was originally rated NC-17 (the newer version of X-rated), and they kept on resubmitting it without any alterations until they eventually gave in and released it uncut (get it? "Bigger, Longer & Uncut") with an R rating? XD

 

Are you sure you saw the uncensored version? Higurashi was actually more intense by having certain moments offscreen. "Nightmare" is a fitting description. If they had shown all the detail, I don't think it would have been as effective.

 

Did you see the English dub of the first season as well? I thought it did some scenes better, with more emotion.

 

Blood-C is more extreme than Elfen Lied IMO, but in a shockingly brutal way without the gallons of blood every five seconds. (Elfen Lied didn't shock me at all.) In the censored version, nearly the entire screen was blackened/whitened out during a few scenes. You will flip out when you read my long review.

 

Send me an inventory of what you are looking for and I'll add it to my "I'll see what I can do" list.

 

This disco album - back from my religious teenage days.

 

I've heard some of that soundtrack. You need to hear this!

 

 


Edited by Music Alchemist - 8/2/14 at 1:07pm
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Ah, you are correct. When I read 55mm lens I didn't check the actual link itself. A 17-55 should be nice and flexible. I'd still encourage considering a fixed 33mm lens since they can go down to 1.8 for a reasonable price and 1.4 if you're willing to spend a crap ton of money. Having only recently started working with fixed focal lenses I have to say the amount of light they allow in is absolutely wonderful.

 

Yeah, I have a fixed 28mm (or was it 17mm? or one of each? XD), which is fun to use.

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Is it also true that bicycles are super not popular in the Land of the Free?

I live in Canada and it's like they're taboo here.

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Is it also true that bicycles are super not popular in the Land of the Free?

 

Depends on the area. I'm applying for a job in a city where bicycles are incredibly common. Granted, it's a hipster city, so maybe that's why they're popular. :p I do know I'll be taking my bike if I move there.

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I live in Canada and it's like they're taboo here.

Oh.
I still think Canada is the better USA.

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Wah, Sailor Moon Crystal episode 4 was really good today! I paid more attention to the animation and artistic style this time around and I've got to say that although the animation quality isn't that good, the artistic style more than makes up for it in my opinion. The art style reminds me of water colour paintings in some respects, which is Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon awesome.
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Just start drinking coffee! Still not healthy but a huge improvement.

My taste buds are still all childish, and I prefer the taste of sugar. ;)

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Is it also true that bicycles are super not popular in the Land of the Free?

Depends on the area. I'm applying for a job in a city where bicycles are incredibly common. Granted, it's a hipster city, so maybe that's why they're popular. tongue.gif I do know I'll be taking my bike if I move there.
Welcome to Seattle, only one of the top cities in the USA for bicycle riding; or just the West Coast in general. XD
http://www.bicycling.com/ride-maps/featured-rides/10-seattle
Edited by miceblue - 8/2/14 at 1:15pm
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Oh.
I still think Canada is the better USA.

 

Canada is great in many ways. But do they have this? I think not.

 

 

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Welcome to Seattle, only one of the top cities in the USA for bicycle riding. XD
http://www.bicycling.com/ride-maps/featured-rides/10-seattle

 

So far I haven't heard anything back from the Seattle area, actually. Well, aside from the one rejection letter that is. San Francisco on the other hand...

post #121675 of 153558
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Oh.
I still think Canada is the better USA.

IMO the people are nicer and the food is much more diverse, the only thing it lacks is a few more flavors of Mountain Dew.

 

But Winnipeg is crap.

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

Oh.
I still think Canada is the better USA.

+1

 

America is still the hot mess it always was.

post #121677 of 153558
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Canada is great in many ways. But do they have this? I think not.

 

 

Nor do they have this...

 

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Speaking of which, time to watch Barack Obama. : p
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Now this is interesting.

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Now this is interesting.

 

This is more interesting. :p

 

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