Hey I'm Adding a J-List Ad To The Site, First One To Bitch Gets Punched in the Balls

(Is there any movie that stoners WON’T synch Tool albums to? Although this scene is a perfect representation of the lyrics, haha)

I added a J-list ad. I like J-list, even though their site design is terrible and I’ve never bought anything from them, but I’ve always felt that if I had ridiculous amounts of money to spend on totally random shit, I’d go there. I also like that they let me choose basically what the ad looks like, and I picked the one most suited for this site. This ad most likely will not bother you, because most of my readers follow me through Google Reader and shit anyway. The ad is unobtrusive and not visible when you first open the page. Your ad-blockers probably won’t work on it, as J-list ads always show up for me. I’m just telling you about it as a heads-up, because I feel I should let my readers know about any way my site would possibly be receiving money.

Now, on to the inevitable whispers of me selling out. I don’t need to even say anything. Tool put it perfectly back in the 90s with their track in reaction to such claims, Hooker With A Penis. It’s directed at a certain boy who claimed that they were ‘sucking up to the man’ and selling out.

“Well, now I’ve got some advice for you little buddy – before you point your finger you should know that I’m the man! I’m the man and you’re the man and he’s the man as well, so you can point that fucking finger up your ass! All you know about me is what I sold ya, dumb fuck, I sold out long before you ever even heard my name, I sold my soul to make a record, dipshit, AND THEN YOU BOUGHT ONE! All you read and hear and see on TV is a product rated for your fatass dirty dollar, so shut up and BUY MY RECORD! FUCK YOU BUDDY!”

And that’s how I feel about it. The only reason I never put up a J-List ad before is because I thought that they contacted you about it. I finally asked someone, and when I found out I could do it, I jumped on it. Making money off of doing what I love? Fuck yes, please! I’ll take any fucking endorsement deal you throw my way. Just take note: I’ll never do it in a way that I don’t like. You can ask Netprice Japan about that. Oh, and by the way, Netprice Japan agreed to send me 10 bucks. FUCK YEAH!

EDIT: Changed the ad, because the other one had Yume Miru Kusuri in it. I like this one a lot more because it has Reimu on it. As well as ‘Futanari Cat Girl Visual Novel’ (I’m tempted myself)

What Makes a Great Mech? OH! Repost 1

Because Oi, Hayaku has gone defunct, I will be reposting all my OH! posts here. Enjoy if you haven’t already.

Mecha has always been a huge element of anime since the good old days of Tetsujin 28. There was the super robot era in the 70s, the real robot era in the 80s, the 90s when genres began colliding and Evangelion made mecha psychological, and today when shows like Gurren Lagann make a point to reference and pay homage to all eras of mecha anime. But why do anime fans like mecha so much? What is it that makes a mech great? I decided to analyze different qualities of a that make them stand out, as well as share which mecha I think best represent these qualities. If you think there are other qualities or more deserving nominations, be sure to let your voice be heard in the comments!

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