>>17275 >no common courtesy to tell where you are from
USA, then: Sorry f/AM/, it appears you're shit out of luck, any foreign media will result with your kid being taken in custody by a far-right anti-vaccine covert op under the accusation of unfit parenting.
Can they even read subs? And I don't mean can they read, I mean can they read without going through the text out loud or without keeping track of it with a finger.
Why is Crunchyroll so fucking shit? Why is funimation infinitely worse? Why are streaming services so out of the loop, and why are they refusing to improve their work to fansub levels of quality?
How hard would it be to get a fairly priced, drm-free anime service off the ground, where the company behind it actually hired fansubbers and kept producing the same level of quality that they currently provide? Would the nip suits go for a drm-free service? Would you guys even use a drm-free anime service? (e.g. Instead of streaming, you just buy an episode, or a series then just download and watch it.)
>>567 The reason is the communists who choose to do infinite labor for no profit will never accept doing that labor for profit, because some of that money might end up being used on a hospital or a school somewhere.
>>576 I honestly wouldn't be surprised if they were doing it deliberately to try and get baka gaijins to purchase the blu rays instead.
"hero there weeaboo kun, y r u using broated frash based streaming service to watch grorious nippon cartoon when for a row $9.99 you can purchase and downroad a single bru ray quarity episode of your favorite nippon TV series instead?"
>>567 >Why are Crunchyroll and Funimation trash? >>576 > I don't understand. That's just capitalism for you. People pretend it's for the sake of allowing people freedom if they have money, but it's actually more about constraining those who don't. People who do what they want until they actually starve are still just people out of the work force. Fansubbers can somewhat evade the invisible hand of the free market grasping at their throats.
As stated here >>17192 and here >>17198, it's time to settle things and resolve our conflicts with shitposting.
To explain the masterpiece that is Fuuka, I went with the Hedgehog : best band has that same name, hair is blue like an iconic video game character, will share the same destiny than Fuuka while crossing the road.
So what is expected here? The stupid hedgehog cross the road without paying attention so you expect him getting squished right? But because it's that much expected and obvious from the reader point of view, you start to wonder if there's a trick to it put in place by the author...
And the twist is right here because there's none! That's why it's a masterpiece : the scenario went for the stupidest roads no one but a dumb ass expect to take.
>>17345 It's future technology. In the future you won't have to flip the pages, just move the newspaper around to scroll the text. It'll be way more tiring this way, but the rule is that if new technology is made, it has to be used.
I've become so obssessed with this show that I went ahead and translated the existing spanish subs by puyasubs to english. I'm not entirely lost on Japanese so I might have fixed some wonky translations. Or I might have fucked them up even more. I'm not fluent enough to notice such a thing. I'm too lazy to figure out how to add these as softsubs or make a torrent and put it on nyaa or anything like that, so here's the ass files.
>>32919 So you did but then you stopped and I thought you fucked off someplace else and others got bored. Well it didn't help that there was a flood heavy season back then and I wasn't in the mood to repost all lessons every week or so.
CAUTION This thread is for highly trained /am/y professionals only.
I can't say I'm not worried what the consequences might entail but if we are to win this war it is imperative that we find out what's the highest humanly possible concentration of pure shitpost in a post and in a thread. Turn off self censorship and eliminate all and any interference from your brain. Mind altering substations allowed.
This show might be the most bizarre shit I've ever seen in all my years as a certified Anime Pro. And I mean even among bizarre low budget mmd shows, this shit is on another level of bizarreness. I don't think there are even english subs for it.
>both brothers said to have 215+ IQ, such intelligence on Earth has only existed deep in Tibetan monasteries & Area 51
>Ancient Indian scriptures tell of two angels who will descend upon Earth and will bring an era of enlightenment and unprecedented technological progress with them
>They own Nanobot R&D labs around the world
>You likely have Bogdabots inside you right now
>The Bogdanoffs are in regular communication with the Archangels Michael and Gabriel, forwarding the word of God to the Orthodox Church. Who do you think set up the meeting between the pope & the Orthodox high command (First meeting between the two organisations in over 1000 years) and arranged the Orthodox leader's first trip to Antarctica in history literally a few days later to the Bogdanoff bunker in Wilkes land?
Igor Yourievitch Osten-Sacken-Bogdanoff and Grichka Yourievitch Osten-Sacken-Bogdanoff, (or Bogdanov) (born on 29 August 1949 in Saint-Lary, Gers, France) are French celebrities, producers, bankers, politicians, writers, physicists and scientific essayists who since the 1970s have presented various subjects in science fiction, popular science and cosmology. They were involved in a number of controversies, most notably what is known as the Bogdanov affair. Igor and Grichka Bogdnaoff are fraternal twin brothers born to Yuri Mikhaïlovitch Osten-Sacken-Bogdanoff (1928-2012), a Russian painter of Tatar origin and descent from a line of Princes Bogdanoff, and to Maria Maya Dolores Franzyska Kolowrat-Krakowská (1926-1982). Igor was the first born and his brother Grichka was born 40 minutes later. They were raised as children by their maternal grandmother, Countess Bertha Kolowrat-Krakowská (1890-1982), in her castle in Saint-Lary, Gers in Southern France. The twins spoke German, also learning French, Russian and English. The housekeepers and the workers in the castle came from various nationalities and the twins learnt various languages through contact with them. As young children, they had access to the rich, multilingual library of the castle, developing early on a great interest in astronomy. They were enrolled in the military school in Sorèze, and obtained their baccalaureate degrees at age 14, after which they left Gers to live in Paris. Their passions there included flying planes, helicopters and gliders. Igor Bogdanoff received a Diplôme d'Études Approfondies (DEA) in semiology and a doctorate in theoretical physics, while Grichka Bogdanoff earned a diploma at the Institut d'Études Politiques (IEP) and a doctorate in mathematics.
>>17248 >actual truth Is this the prophesied New Level of Truth about Anime? >not spoilering the TRUTH about the truth about anime Truth hurts, not everyone is ready for it yet. Please be more considerate next time.
>>17227 Oh and I forgot, that's my roll post, I've always wanted to groom a chuuni girl. And yes, I mean it in both senses, because that's hot, raising a girl to be your perfect wife, then marrying her and then proceeding to give her the dick.