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18 October 2008 @ 08:03 pm
Bloody Monday  
Whoa, that's good stuff. And now I think I need to watch some Miyazaki to let my poor brain recover. Watching it's about as intense as watching through Liar Game. (Nicely scenic, though! :) Someone is subbing this, yes?

(Those who watched Chouja Raideen will understand when I complain that the main character being named "Takagi Fujimaru" and using the codename "Falcon" makes my head spin!)

Oooh. And there should be a new episode up for downloads soon. Nice! *preps the Totoro*

Okay, Avatar will do in a pinch.

(Huh. I had forgotten that there's a good reason why Sokka knows that there are no bathrooms in the Spirit World. Nice continuity on that!)


In other news, went with my mother to the Pacific International Quilt Festival today. Four hours later we had only managed to get through about 3/4 of the exhibit. I keep forgetting how big the exhibit hall space there is -- Fanime only used about half of it. I'm going back tomorrow to finish off the rest of the hall, and possibly pick up a bit more fabric. I figure if I'm going I might as well take my camera and grab better shots of some of the quilts I was thinking of using for inspiration. Meanwhile, I think it's time for a bit of sewing!
 
 
 
VerusMaya IIverusmayaii on October 19th, 2008 05:30 am (UTC)
Thankfully TimeLesSub has picked up Bloody Monday. :D!
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Sandpanthersandpanther on October 19th, 2008 06:45 pm (UTC)
Works for me. Though depending on what he's looking for in terms of fabric, he may want to browse around online a bit first to see what the options are. I like the store in San Jose, but there is only so much space they have for selection.
etoile.noiretoilenoir959 on October 20th, 2008 03:50 pm (UTC)
Is the Totoro the keeper of downloads?
Sandpanthersandpanther on October 20th, 2008 05:50 pm (UTC)
More like the keeper of my sanity. Bloody Monday is good, but it messes with one's mind. It's a suspense thriller about terrorists using bio weapons. Totoro provides a reminder that the world is not made out of suck.