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Anime-Takeover has released episodes 1-6, with more to come, apparently. Unfortunately, they don't do BT, and I can't seem to find a fserve on their channel that has the episodes o.O
[ information source: Baka-updates ]

:D someone who knows IRC better than I do needs to go, find, download and then put them up as torrents, maybe over at boxtorrents.
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porsupah From: porsupah Date: March 19th, 2004 11:18 am (UTC) (Link)
I'm fuzzy (yay!) on it all - "Dash" was the first TV series, which followed the OAVs, ne? Or am I just hopelessly confused?

Ah well - despite not having any connectivity back home, I've just managed to finish off the download of Paranoia Agent ep.4, which will most likely be watched tonight. Rather an unsettling series, as I mentioned in my unreview the other week, but particularly well written. And Twin Spica ep.8 is now beginning.. but I'm falling behind with Fullmetal Alchemist, eep! (Up to ep.19, I think, but all that's back on Ocelot, the Ti/400, and I'm wireless on Mouse, the tangerine iBook, at the moment)

BTW, did you catch the preview of Le Portrait de Petit Cossette recently? Looked quite promising, in a highly gothic manner. (But why the disagreement of gender between the noun and adjective? Eh, gender.. strange notion at best)

BTW2, if I wind up visiting Taiwan sometime in the coming year or so, would you know how easy or difficult it'd be to get by with only English? (And a smattering of some other European tongues) What would you highlight as places to see/things to do? (Natural beauty, nifty food..) Just curious. ^_^ I know I'll have to do more travelling this year, somehow, somewhere - such a wondrous, large world, and I've seen but a tiny portion thus far..
ibneko From: ibneko Date: March 21st, 2004 06:24 am (UTC) (Link)
Wheee, they released the rest of it... I need to try hitting IRC again for useful fserves. And no, I don't know the series order ^^;;; although I should, but I don't... I believe balor told me once, so check with him, perhaps?

hmmmm... nope, but I'll take a look at it now... there's a disagreement between noun and adgective..? ::doesn't take a "foreign" language, other than Chinese, which isn't really foreign::

=O.o= I'd say just as well as you'd get by in Japan, possibly less, since you might know some Japanese from watching anime. There's english classes in Taiwan, but from the kids I know and talk to (middle schoolers to college students...cousins usually), don't know english well at all... They learn it only to pass the tests they need to pass, and since they don't use it daily, most of it's forgotten over time. I suppose you could get by with hand gestures and broken english... there's usually officials at airports and stuff that know english well enough to help... usually. Erm... I really don't know... I don't get around much when I go back to Taiwan since usually we're busy visiting relatives.. so I don't have a lot of time to go to nice places... I'd suggest consulting a tourbook-thingie on Taiwan.

Ooh, and bring a english-chinese dictionary... or even one of those electronic translator/dictionaries... I have a Besta CD-67 although that price at the bottom seems kinda high... It's been several years (5+) since the model I have came out. The advantage of having a electronic translator is that you'll be able to write in words and look them up.
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