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I'd love to see Howl's Moving Castle again.


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Howl's Moving Castle would be awesome!

(I've actually never seen Totoro or Spirited Away. Don't tell).


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is like fusion cuisine, if Canada can be seen as having a cuisine.
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Molly and I will join in for some Miyazaki films! We have Spirited Away, Totoro, Howl's Moving Castle, Kiki's Delivery Service, and a few others Smile


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quote:
Originally posted by Jocelyn:
Howl's Moving Castle would be awesome!

(I've actually never seen Totoro or Spirited Away. Don't tell).


Don't worry Jocelyn, Howl's Moving Castle is the only one I've seen also.


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Spirited Away is my favorite Miyazaki.


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Spirited Away is my favourite film. Of all films, not just Miyazaki's.


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the parrot... ...gets tiresome.
the parrot... ...i ate him.


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I was going to go to the dentist tomorrow, but (luckily?) stumbled across a ton of really bad Yelp reviews of the office I was planning to visit.

I've cancelled and rescheduled with a different office, but I'm still a little terrified.


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I wonder what it would be like to own a scooter rental place.

*Thinking, Thinking*


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It'd probably be like having a large collection of scooters that people can borrow for a period of time, in exchange for money.

Much like an aquarium run by Lutherans.





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I bet it's also a lot of worrying about insurance and helmets and personal liability.

So, like a zoo run by Lutherans.


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is like fusion cuisine, if Canada can be seen as having a cuisine.
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On the Studio Ghibli movie thing, I discovered an hour-long+ video on Youtube that is back-to-back piano versions of songs from Studio Ghibli films.
It is perfect for getting Molly to sleep. PERFECT.


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Just a quickie - Dave McKean has an exhibition in Tunbridge Wells until the end of March. It's the Retrospective one - a whole range of old and new stuff to see close up. It's brilliant. Where I should share it here?


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It's own thread in the world's end?


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the parrot... ...gets tiresome.
the parrot... ...i ate him.


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Yarn shop patron who is a fairly new knitter and not as experienced as her daughters want her to be requested a Katniss Cowl (I suppose I can't really call it that anymore, since the designer had to pull the pattern and re-name it) and it's not been an easy project. I don't much like bulky yarn and it involved huge needles (and that pinched nerve problem isn't helping me get this thing done any faster)

But I finished it, finally, and now I'm weaving in ends. TEDIOUS! *sigh*

And she has already said that the other daughter found out about it and wants one too. I did tell her that I just can't do it, but I don't know if she paid attention.

It's a really cool stitch, but changing from huge needles to smaller needles and then back again, ugh.

And I have no clue whether it will fit or not. I sort of fits me? But I think it's very uncomfortable.


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I've been listening to Aisha Tyler's "Girl on Guy" podcasts, which are very fun. She talks a lot about fan culture, though, which is something that always makes my teeth go on edge a little bit.

"Fan" just seems like a word for someone that narrows their identity to the thing they're enthusiastic about. I like "nerd" better, for some reason. Or "expert".

I am a genre fiction expert!

I am a genre fiction god of my own making!  


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Otaku. For the 'fan' who puts in a bit more energy than batting eyelashes and/or screaming a name.


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That is a good one! Otaku.

I'll stick with "God of my own Making" though.


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SME. "Subject Matter Expert". I get called that a lot at work, against my will.


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Like Captain Hook's sidekick?

Arrrgh!  PAN!  


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for some reason Tong getting called a SME (pronounced smeeee) makes me chuckle.

corporate hell ftw.


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