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We have newegg.ca, its not that good at least for anything but PC parts and buying unlocked high end phones that came out in the UK for $700-800.
Well compared to my Acer Ferrari One the air is lighter and thinner its just the screen size + large bezel/footprint makes it seem big and its not a featherweight (but sturdy is good ofc and my Ferrari wasn't exactly light either).
Fuck that was the first vid I used to test this machine and its was a bloody recaps. Recaps shouldn't exist but at least do it when way more than 12 fucking eps have passed.
lol. You are right it's damned easy.
go here, scroll down, click "chat now". In the scrolldown box next to "connect" choose "rizon(webirc)". then choose a name, and for the channel box just type "#ourroom" with the pound included. If you'd rather keep to comments though, that's fine. Being able to talk real-time has its' advantages, though (conversely, comments have their own advantages, although typing in captchas, refreshing the page, and waiting is rather time consuming, more suited for a drawn out conversation than the one we've been attempting to have so far :p).
Well there's one show that of course sticks out to me right away, and is perennially an issue of interest to me, but besides that I'll probably get back to you with an actual list of anime, or of course you could always visit in the chatroom. Whichever works for you. :)
well, in my opinion, stardust memory is a relatively typical gundam show compared to war in the pocket. As with most gundam series, it has a heavy emphasis on combat and a traditional gundam story line.That said, I still think it's a good show, but if I were to recommend another one that, in my opinion, is on par with war in the pocket, I'd say watch 08th ms team. While it still has some of the traditional gundam themes, namely a naive young man on an adventure of personal enlightenment, and a fair amount of combat to satisfy those looking for action, the show distinguishes itself in other ways. It tries for a grittier, more realistic viewpoint of gundams and their role in the war as machines, and accomplishes this better than just about any other gundam show I've seen. It doesn't try to glorify the gundam pilot's roles as overtly as in most other gundam series, either, but instead at times shows things in the harsh limelight of reality. It emphasizes the relationships among the characters over the combat, something war in the pocket does as well. The show hit home, personally, when I watched it as a kid, and I still enjoy rewatching it from time to time. Shatner would say it's melodramatic, but in my opinion I think it has more real world relevance than any other gundam I've seen besides war in the pocket.
I definitely agree with what you say about the relationship in seirei no moribito, that was exactly what I thought was so unexpected and refreshing about it.