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You know you're a slave to the anime crack when . . .
Sasha Blaze
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. . . driving to work, you see a particularly stupid or possibly severely depressed squirrel hurl itself under the wheels of an oncoming jeep.

In the privacy of your own car, you shriek, "Momo-san! Noooooo!"

And then you reflect that perhaps a more useful reaction would have been "Hakuryuu, transform!"

(P.S. the squirrel got away.)

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I am deeply, deeply terrified of dipping even a toe into the waters of gaming--I spend enough time not doing all the things I'm supposed to do, as it is. ;)

The soundtrack from Princess Mononoke is indeed wonderful! I am (at this point, at least) disappointed in the soundtrack for the Saiyuki anime, but then that's one series where I'm more or less disappointed in the anime--as compared to the manga--all the way around. I gather that after the first few DVDs, the anime series improves. One can only hope.

My boys were into gaming, and to a small degree still are. I used to listen to the music while they played. I do have a couple of games I play once in a while, too. It's really not as addictive as one would think after all the hype. At least i don't think so.


I've come to realize just how much time I can fritter away online . . . I suspect games would only increase my frittering quotient, not redirect it. Hm. On the other hand, the experiment would be fun.

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