Hooyaah's FLCL Tv Review

Rated: 6

The presentation is once again, as the story line, just a bit too confusing as it jumps from one scene to another with little continuity and little to hold it all together in any recognizable semblance of a whole. I believe that the writers flubbed the opportunity to make an outstanding series. Regrettably, following the plot is a struggle, too say the very least and it is probably best for the new viewer of the series not to try and look for a plot but instead just let it deliver itself toward the end by surprise. There are some feeble attempts at humor, like the police detective, Kitsurubami, who is investigating Haruko. He has glued on rectangular black eyebrows that annoy and seem to confuse other characters, especially his female assistant.

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Hooyaah's Cowboy Bebop Tv Review

Rated: 10

Overall, I consider this as not only my personal favorite animated series, but as a masterpiece. All of the ingredients that are necessary in order to make a successful overall presentation are present in skillfully meted amounts. Sadly, I doubt that we will ever see a remake or a continuation of Cowboy BeBop, as it is very unlikely that the proper mix could ever again be realized, yet, I would not mind being mistaken in that assessment. I recommend this anime to those of you who love adventure and anime.

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  1. angelxxuan 1wk 5d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah

    Quote by angelxxuanI know right! any chance they don't get rewarded for this sick deeds the better off I'll sleep at night. there should be more women snipers in my opinion. there are also a lot of female bombers too, aka pilots. finally, a part of military history where women can be more useful. oh hey, they also build the bombs, equipment, etc. women are everywhere ISIS rather you like it or not! not to mention, if the crisis point ever came I'd gladly take as many as possible with me and let the other site sort it out. I'd rather die a corpse and on my own terms than what they are capable of. anyone who doesn't know, go back to your rock already.

    Did you say rock, Miss Bunny, ma'am?

    CLASH

    rock and roll is the better of the musics in most cases. but for those who do:

    http://pics.me.me/one-hour-been-ive-fok-rock-that-welp-that-was-13530995.png

  2. angelxxuan 1wk 5d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah

    Quote by angelxxuanwhat better way to insult the ISIS even further, take them down by us girls! and yay for gun ownership and allowed to do so. when you take away rights, looks what comes into existence. thanks for the hop by and announcing that

    The real kicker is that any jihadist knows that they don't receive an eternal reward if they are killed by a woman. Dip that hollow-point in your pork fat and load it.

    I know right! any chance they don't get rewarded for this sick deeds the better off I'll sleep at night. there should be more women snipers in my opinion. there are also a lot of female bombers too, aka pilots. finally, a part of military history where women can be more useful. oh hey, they also build the bombs, equipment, etc. women are everywhere ISIS rather you like it or not! not to mention, if the crisis point ever came I'd gladly take as many as possible with me and let the other site sort it out. I'd rather die a corpse and on my own terms than what they are capable of. anyone who doesn't know, go back to your rock already.

  3. angelxxuan 1wk 6d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah

    Quote by angelxxuan http://www.bruceonpolitics.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/generation-snowflake-24-650.jpg

    ^ That is a Dragunov, used by GRU Spetnatz until recently as its primary sniper rifle. Seen here with a 10 round magazine, it is chambered for a 7.62 X 54r round. If I were a Kurd, I would stay out of its whey. I own a Dragunov SVD very much like this one.

    what better way to insult the ISIS even further, take them down by us girls! and yay for gun ownership and allowed to do so. when you take away rights, looks what comes into existence. thanks for the hop by and announcing that

  4. Huesin Moderator 1wk 6d ago

    Quote by HooyaahLife is good, thanks for asking and I truly hope that things are better for you these days. You aught not feel as if you are "dead to people." It may be, however, that not all people take the time to really get to know, understand, and appreciate you. That, unfortunately is far to common a thing it seems in the times in which we live, a time of apathy, ignorance, and self indulgence. Just believe in who you are and don't allow others to steal your joy.

    I don't disagree with anything in your above post. My point was that if an initial post is political and leads to a reactionary and equally objectionable retort, then both parties are guilty and worth giving due notice. It's not like poking a bear with a stick, because humans should be better able to control their reactions and exit such a situation gracefully, unlike a bear's reflexive nasty response. That's the way I look at the issue anyway, but it's up to you and the current staff to make such decisions and diffuse such occurrences as you deem appropriate. I do think that a political debate group might keep such topics out of the public forums and let members have fun without becoming uncomfortable. The current staff has done much to help keep Minitokyo an enjoyable escape from the daily grind of the "real world."

    Oh, I almost forgot to mention, my daughter won second place in the State of Texas spelling U.I.L. competition. She will have an associates degree in Science in a couple of weeks. Her G.P.A. is 3.96 and she's fluent in Spanish. We speak Spanish at home so that we both stay in practice. Keep things live; until later bro!

    That's good to hear, very good news. I'm glad for you, you must be very proud of your daughter. She's as smart as his dad, or probably even smarter. You've never told us you were married, and you had children though. This is a big surprise. When did it happen? Just curiosity :)

    I hope so too, thanks bro. Sadly I can't change that feeling of being dead. It's not other people's fault, it's something that comes from inside, and from the stress of life. Thanks by the way. I also hope things get better on this side of the world.

    About your question, that's what I was planning. I'm not gonna punish people indiscriminately. I've never had that intention. I just find it silly that people get so heated about such boring topics like politics and stuff. Insulting people just because they have different views of the world should be forbidden, imo, even if some people think it's against their freedom of speech. Anyway, I tried my best to reply to some of your questions in the thread I've created. Thanks for the kind words. I hope you didn't call me "benevolent mod" in a sarcastic way, lol.

    Talk to you later~

  5. Huesin Moderator 2wk 3d ago

    Quote by HooyaahWhile the Terms of Service does not address (under Member Conduct) specifically about political speech being considered as objectionable specifically it has proven to be inflammatory as of late. Regardless of this fact, it takes more than one member to participate in such a heated political argument. Therefore, it's only appropriate that all individuals be admonished as it relates to such content so that no individual feel as if they are being targeted or singled out. Perhaps there could be a "political discussions and current events" thread where members may respectfully disagree. Otherwise, it should be made clear that political discourse elsewhere in public forums too often have proven to lead to escalated arguments and that public discussion as such will no longer be tolerated. Group pages may serve a suitable forum for this sort of discourse as well and a political debate group may be utilized for such "venting" if deemed by the current staff as necessary and appropriate.

    I am very proud of the job that the staff is doing lately and the recent additions to its ranks were wise choices and will doubtlessly serve well. I believe that the increased activity as of late is a testament to this fact. Thanks for what you do here, you are making a positive difference here at Minitokyo, whether you realize it or not.

    Hey Hoo, long time no talk.

    I agree with some of the things you said. I think that lately, things have been escalating in a bad way, especially between those people who love to argue about politics. You probably know that I don't have anything against Uberdog, Myri or any of the guys who were participating in those political "debates", but they have to remember that this is an anime oriented site. There's no such thing as a First Ammendment or a right to free speech in MT's ToS. As a mod, I've been too patient with everybody, because most people here are friends of mine. I can't be partial like that anymore. Even if people start feeling targeted or they start thinking mods are dictators, I'm gonna delete inflamatory comments and close threads if I see things are getting sour. That's the only option they have left me.

    I'm sure you saw Uberdog's messages about North korea. I don't know what's up with that, but those messages had nothing to do with the thread he was posting in. What I gave him wasn't even a warning, so I don't think he'll feel targeted by me. In any case, I've talked with Myri in the past about her political messages too. Up until now, nobody got a single warning or got muted. I don't do things like that. I want things to stay like they always were. I want things to stay as civil as possible, to be honest. I'm not afraid of hurting people's feelings though, if I see it necessary.

    Thanks for your words of encouragement, by the way.


    Hmmm anyway, what are you up to lately? How's life?

  6. kuchukuTulip 2wk 6d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah
    Howdy Miss Tulip, ma'am. I'm doing mighty fine, thanks for asking. How are things on your side of the globe?

    Things are hmm fine I guess. I am okay. :)
    Glad to hear you're doing well. ^^

  7. kuchukuTulip 3wk 2d ago

    Hiya Mr. Hoo! ^^
    Hope you're doing well. ^^

  8. gadisitugirl 5wk 0d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah

    Yes, it does one benefit to overthink an issue. As I mentioned, you are most probably just fine. Decide to be happy and let neither anyone nor anything prevent you from your own happiness.

    I see... Thank you very much XD

  9. gadisitugirl 5wk 1d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah

    Quote by gadisitugirlIs that something that connected with brain? I have heard from my friend who studying in counselling major that brain can protect itself from something that can harm the body; such as forgetting something that cause you hurt so much and it might make you sick.. The feeling stays, but you can't remember the problems


    Perhaps you are referring to a dissociative disorder, such as depersonalization-derealization syndrome. Have you undergone any traumatic event recently that could have triggered such mental stress? It's not a good thing for one to try to diagnose oneself. Oftentimes erroneous conclusions may be reached by an individual who is not fully trained to diagnose and treat such disorders. I would surmise that you are most likely concerned needlessly and that you are in a nominal state of mental order. In other words, I think that you are very probably just fine.

    I dunno about traumatic event. You are rit, I'm totally fine xD I think I was just overthinking.
    It comes to my mind when I wanted to solve my problems and my sister was helping me.
    She asked me a question and I couldn't recall anything, and she thought that maybe something did happen but I don't remember.
    Tbh I can't remember my own old problems O_o it might something that related to college, friends, or etc. I was thinking that might the cause, but it is just a thought. I took a free depression test last year and anxiety test few months ago, the results kinda confusing but my sister said I shouldn't belive it because it's not the same as talk to psychiatrist. But I've just taken an anxiety test again and it showed that I'm on a normal state so I think I will take the last result xD

  10. gadisitugirl 5wk 5d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah

    Quote by gadisitugirlI'm sorry :'( it must be hard for you... :"(

    You are right... Crying is not a sign of weakness.. But, I sometimes cry without a reason :( is that normal?


    There are most likely triggers that cause you to cry, things deep under the surface of which your conscious mind may be unaware. I would surmise that you are completely normal and that there is no need for concern.

    Is that something that connected with brain? I have heard from my friend who studying in counselling major that brain can protect itself from something that can harm the body; such as forgetting something that cause you hurt so much and it might make you sick.. The feeling stays, but you can't remember the problems

  11. gadisitugirl 5wk 6d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah

    Quote by gadisitugirlI see.. So as a girl I can cry sometimes... is that so? .-.
    Your explanation helps, thank you XD

    Everyone has times when lamentation is such that tears are natural, even necessary. Recently, my father died and then, one week later my horse (only six years old) took ill and could not get off the ground. In the morning I saw that she had worked all night with all the strength that she had to get on her feet again, but to no avail. She was struggling to breathe so I had to shoot her in the head to end her suffering. She died immediately but yet it was not easy for me. Because she was in agony, it was the right thing to do, nevertheless.

    Crying is not a sign of weakness. It only proves that we are human.

    I'm sorry :'( it must be hard for you... :"(

    You are right... Crying is not a sign of weakness.. But, I sometimes cry without a reason :( is that normal?

  12. gadisitugirl 6wk 0d ago

    Quote by Hooyaah

    Quote by gadisitugirlI have seen my friends in college, having some problems and those take them down. It somehow affecting their works on college assignment. But mostly the ones who got this situation are women. Tbh I hate to know this :l
    Few years agonI had read a research (I forget who did the research) that shown that women more like to follow their feelings and men like to use their logic. I thought it was the reasons why my friend (girls) assignment's result cn be affected by their current mood too, but later few months I met a girl that even she is so down that she cried while doing her work, she still done it perfectly. I wonder how she can do it, I thought you can give me the reasons in detail since from your previous posts you seems have wide knowledge >_<
    Btw.. Sorry that I'm ended telling you a story ('-';)

    It is true that females are (generally) more in touch with their emotions while men tend to act more logically when problem solving. Of course this varies by individual and by circumstance. Crying is a way to relieve stress and oftentimes women find it much easier to release sorrow or stress this way and by doing so allow their minds to accomplish the task(s) at hand. Men are often less likely to become emotional and push through difficulties in a methodical and manner dictated by experience and logic. I'm still uncertain as to whether this answer properly addresses your query, but I hope that it helps. There is certainly no need to apologize. ^_^

    I see.. So as a girl I can cry sometimes... is that so? .-.
    Your explanation helps, thank you XD

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