Anime Discussion: Haibane Renmei

5 08 2009

From one of my favorite creators, Yoshitoshi ABe, Haibane Renmei is the anime I’ll be talking about on this post of the Anime Discussion series!

Haibane Renmei

Haibane Renmei


The Anime Discussion series is focused on animes with adult or really deep themes (not meaning erotic or violent content), a little to serve as recommendation to more serious themes in japanese animation, a little so you can show to your friends/parents/relatives that animes are not for kids only.
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Anime Discussion: Dennou Coil

3 08 2009

Dennou Coil, or Coil – A Circle of Children is the sci-fi anime we’ll be covering on this very Anime Discussion.

Dennou Coil

Dennou Coil


The Anime Discussion series is focused on animes with adult or really deep themes (not meaning erotic or violent content), a little to serve as recommendation to more serious themes in japanese animation, a little so you can show to your friends/parents/relatives that animes are not for kids only.
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Anime Discussion: Last EXILE

1 08 2009

After a long time without writing new posts for the Anime Discussion series, here we are again. This time with Last EXILE.

Last EXILE

Last EXILE


The Anime Discussion series is focused on animes with adult or really deep themes (not meaning erotic or violent content), a little to serve as recommendation to more serious themes in japanese animation, a little so you can show to your friends/parents/relatives that animes are not for kids only.
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Flygbussarna – 50 Cars or one Bus

4 05 2009

Flygbussarna, a swedish airport coach company used an interesting way to advertise their service while also promoting CO2 emission reduction.

I also noticed the math is wrong, they didn’t consider the average number of people inside a bus like they did with the cars and if I’m not mistaken, most busses emits more CO2 than any other car (unless electrical busses and those with alternative fuel). But whether it’s 50 or 10 cars, on average, busses are greener and better for society (but less convenient for the individual).

Source: Gizmodo





Anime Discussion: Planetes

13 03 2009

While I’m not really entitled to say much about Planetes, since I only watched a couple of episodes years ago, I’m bringing it up to defend once again Animes and how they shouldn’t be considered simply “cartoons for kids”.

Planetes

Planetes


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Monty Python – YouTube Channel

8 03 2009

One of the most influential comedy groups of all times, Monty Python (some say they are to comedy what The Beatles were to music), has their own YouTube Channel that distributes their content FREE… and they’ll even let humble bloggers like me embed the videos!

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Toilet Target Practicing

2 02 2009

Here’s a product which I’m shure many people in Brazil are needing:

Wee Wee Aim Football

Wee Wee Aim Football


I get very pissed off when I go in public restroom and find the toilet all messed up.
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