11/10/2005 10:16am, #81Originally Posted by lifetime
11/10/2005 8:51pm, #82
if "everyone else" started raping small children, would you do it too?
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The Drenai books were written by an author named David Gemmell. On that note, if you like heroic-fantasty novels, then he's worth having a look at.
11/10/2005 8:54pm, #83Originally Posted by lifetime
I liked Akira and I only watch anime (or anything else not in english) with subtitles.Ranked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm
11/10/2005 9:24pm, #84
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Dubs kill anything foregn off, unless its a cheesy kung-fu flick, then it just heightens the experience.
I'll go right ahead and say that I'm a heathen that got really bored of Akira. Nobody can watch anime and subtitles for like, three hours or something.
11/10/2005 9:33pm, #85
1) Love in the Time of Cholera, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Best book ever.
2) Songs from the Second Floor by Roy Andersson. Best movie ever.
3) Furnace Room Lullaby by Neko Case. Not the best album ever, but one of those things that you know you would miss dearly once you no longer had it.
4) A George Jones box set. Really, all I'd need would be "Good Year for the Roses," but I'm sure I'd enjoy some variety.
5) I can't think of anything else.
11/10/2005 9:56pm, #86Originally Posted by beka
Media? Probably the following, if I was leaving right now. Results could differ tomorrow.
1. Dune - Frank Herbert, I've probably read this at least 10 times now. A few more wouldn't hurt.
2. Rolling Stones - Let it Bleed (preferably on SACD).
3. Pool of Radiance (old school gaming).
4. The Fifth Element (Superbit Collection), I never get tired of this one.
5. Miles Davis - Someday My Prince Will Come - Vinyl, can't beat classic Miles.