Wednesday, January 18, 2006

The End Times?

Well, it's not quite cause for, as Dr. Peter Venkman would say, "Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together - mass hysteria," but you've got to admit that this is pretty damn weird.

On the other hand, it could just be the basis for a fun, new, seizure-inducing anime series.

5 comments:

andy said...

dude, i have a puffer fish that is like that too. he let one of the feeder gold fish live for a while. he waited three weeks without eating him. i thought they had become best friends. but then one day i come home, and the goldfish is gone. the lesson i learned: animals don't make friends. they are just saving things for later.

Muslihoon said...

Lion and lamb, Sean. Lion and lamb.

I don't watch anime. Should I?

maggie katzen said...

I don't watch anime. Should I?

ugh, if you have to ask....

anyhoo, there's a wide variety o' anime, so i wouldn't know what to suggest.

Sean M. said...

Some of the stuff they show on Cartoon Network's adult swim programming lineup is okay. Inuyasha is a cute fantasy-type show, for example. Samurai Champloo, on the other hand, is a little more gritty and modern, though it takes place in the 18th or 19th century (I can't exactly tell which).

Frequent commenter Andy could go on at length about anime, and he'll tell you that you have to watch it in the original Japanese with subtitles. The deadly nerd/snob blend personified. (I mean that in a nice way.)

maggie katzen said...

well, yeah, and things get edited for american audiences. speaking of cartoon network, my hubby and i always joked that the american editor on Tenchi must just be the guy that drew swimsuits on all the ladies.