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jypsyjulia

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  • Joined Feb 20, 2011
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My awesome-ness cannot be measured.

May anime schedule:

Monday: Rurouni Kenshin, Bleach, FMA, Golden Time

Tuesday: Dragon Ball, Kanon 2002, Code Geass, Log Horizon

Wednesday: Card Captor Sakura, Guilty Crown, Beelzebub, Bakuman

Thursday: 07-Ghost, Sket Dance, Kill La Kill, Sakura Trick

Friday:  Magi, Blue Drop, Durarara!!, Pokemon, R-15

Saturday:  No Game No Life, Eureka Seven, Strike the Blood, Dragon Crisis!

Sunday: Black Bullet, Nisekoi, Z/X Ignition, Asura Cryin', Aishiteruze Baby

I try and mix up some completed anime with ongoing ones.  Three a day is an hour, which is about how much time I can spend a day watching anime.  I added a fourth to gym days because, seriously, watching anime on the elliptical has made cardio so much easier.  

My anime habits are pretty sporadic.  I won't want any and then suddenly I'll marathon, like, seven different ones and fall behind in real life, XD.  This schedule is to help me not do that anymore.

In addition to watching anime, I like reading, knitting, running walking, being with friends, meeting new people, exploring new places, going outside, surfing poorly, cooking and bouncing off the walls.

Life on anime

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Anime ratings

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Manga ratings

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Xplayer says...

Also if you're wondering where the heck I stalked this profile from I'm just randomly looking at profiles of the people who wrote reviews I quoted in my SAO review.

Mar 3, 2014
Xplayer says...

A schedule for anime is an interesting idea. There's no way I'd keep it though. I barely am faithful in watching Kill La Kill when it comes out on Thursdays :P

Mar 3, 2014
PistonHonda says...

Indeed! Animation has come a long way, and that's well and good, but the art direction itself of so many modern series just seems to run together. Used to be I could tell you what studio made what. Hard to tell now. Honestly, I think the most interesting art, today, is coming out of feature films. The unique looks of Makoto Shinkai, Mamoru Hosoda, and of course Ghibli are drastically different and each beautiful.

Mar 1, 2014
PistonHonda says...

Ha, completely agree. I've been finding more minimalist animation to be more endearing as of late. Been working my way through Natsume's Book of Friends, and I like how low-key and simple but effective the animation and story intertwine. I certainly like a lot of modern-looking stuff as well, but style over substance is often a problem. The stories and characters matter most! And Usagi Drop is one of a kind.

Feb 24, 2014
PistonHonda says...

Ahhh, Usagi Drop is one of my favorites. You're lucky, I wish I'd never seen it, so I could watch it for the first time again. Hope you're liking it!

Feb 24, 2014