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    Green striped rugby or jewel-toned Vneck henley w/ blocky stripe at chest?
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    I'll watch anime, but I'm pretty selective. Anime, as much as anything, is subject to the "99% of everything is crap" rule.

    Death Note is really, really great though. People should download/purchase it so I can discuss it with somebody around here...

    Edit: the series, not the horrible, horrible films.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Green striped rugby or jewel-toned Vneck henley w/ blocky stripe at chest?
    I had to look-up what a henley is. My memory is vague, but I am going to say neither.

    I remember a white turtleneck with a blue stripe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    I'll watch anime, but I'm pretty selective. Anime, as much as anything, is subject to the "99% of everything is crap" rule.

    Death Note is really, really great though. People should download/purchase it so I can discuss it with somebody around here...

    Edit: the series, not the horrible, horrible films.

    Frome here?:

    DEATH NOTE - U.S. Official Anime Site

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I had to look-up what a henley is. My memory is vague, but I am going to say neither.

    I remember a white turtleneck with a blue stripe.
    Either your memory is faulty or that wasn't Blue's Clues.

    Which of these guys was it?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    It was him. He did it. He did the memerizing. A warlock, I say, a warlock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    It was him. He did it. He did the memerizing.
    Good! He's the original. That douche below him is a dirty imposter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Good! He's the original. That douche below him is a dirty imposter.
    I am surprised I remembered, but in those pictures the top guy looked like he was in character, while the bottom guy seemed like an over-actor or someone who hates his job on TV (just from the pictures, sheesh).

    I would have remembered that observation, even if I saw it once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I was referring to being a dirty rotten pirate, but I certainly recommend watching it, regardless of how you go about procuring it. (Or reading the original comic. Again, I have to warn against the live action films. They were fucking awful.)
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    Death Note is really, really great though. People should download/purchase it so I can discuss it with somebody around here...
    Agreed. Death Note had me hooked from the beginning, and I'm selective about anime too. It's an intense, brilliant series. Condensing a series into a couple of movies sounds pretty iffy, so if/when I actually see the movies, I won't be expecting great things. I was thinking of starting a thread about L's and Light's personalities, but I don't know how many people have seen Death Note. I'm thinking Light is an INxJ and L's an INTP. L's by far my favorite character.


    Re: the original Blue's Clues host: he has a charmingly down-to-earth personality, that's for sure! LOL, I had to laugh at this discussion. LMAO. Especially, "It was him. He did it. He did the mesmerizing." I pictured L's wide-eyed face when I read that.

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    I still love the comic strips in newspapers! I read them 2nd only after I get through the main pages.

    My favorite -- I LOVE Bugs Bunny and the entire crazy crew; I never liked Mickey Mouse and pals.

    On TV, I do enjoy watching the Family Guy (well, except this past season).

    My sons both enjoyed Pokemon and then DragonballZ. They both enjoy Manga (both are collectors).
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