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Might as well create my own thread. In addition to the two FF threads related to it (that I don't want to burden too much), I'll post music that I love here, since I also love to share it. I'll add a spoiler tag summarizing those links to this post, starting from page II.
Adding another spoiler tag to summarize the music shared by other members on this thread. Thank you very much y'all!
P.S. I'm not interested in talking about the guy behind Teubier, whom would be me, but I'd answer to questions nonetheless.
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I'd also like to discover standup comedians. Those are the four I've enjoyed the most until now :
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Finally made a thread huh!? Welcome!
Now I can start posting those congolese music recommendations you wanted in here.
So you like Jimmy Carr eh? I've also seen some stuff from Dieudonne on French TV a few years ago.
What stuff ? Him being scrapped by the (mainstream) media due to his infamous reprehensible sketch ?
He's one of my favourite British comics, there's also Jason Manford who is a very "lad's comedian" type, Oh gosh the names have just escaped me....when I remember the rest I'll come backQuote:
I can't remember what the sketches were, it was a long time ago, but I just recognised his face and that's how I knew I'd seen him before. Really? When did that happen?Quote:
The Apollo Theater seems to be to Manchester what the Auditorium Stravinski is to Montreux, I'll probably find a lot of interesting standup comedians if I take a peek at the schedule.
one sketch (well, I must admit it was poor, by comparison with his usually high quality sketches, that didn't help his cause), he became the scapegoat of something that was far bigger than what he could handle, as a matter of fact, he coherently handled it badly imo.
P.S. Thanks for the soothing reward
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I'll watch this in a bit, then post my opinion.Quote:
You're welcome, I'll post some more when I think of them.Quote:
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Spoiler: Another day above the ground... That’s that whirlwind where there’s gold, wind of gold made for us. show
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Last edited by Teubier; January 14, 2012 at 05:20 AM.
Just posting videos now???
Alright teubier, tell us a bit more about yourself. You should have written a formal introduction in your first post, but well
My apologies, but it was the best I could come up with as an introduction. After all, I really don't bear much interest in myself, so I don't know how to start. That's why I wrote that I would answer to questions, should there be some. Never been an exuberant kind of guy. What might you want to know ?Quote:
OK..tell me how and when you fell in love with manga?? What has changed after you discovered the "manga world of goodies"??
Have you ever attented a comic/manga convention ??
Any random embarassing things you might want to share???
I'm not getting the meaning of this question...Quote:
A few french conventions, yes. The Japan Expo in 2003/2008/2010, and the Epita (nowadays called Epitanime), in 1999 if I recall correctly. My best memories being those of the Epita. Happy, peaceful & innocent times, and the crowd was bearable.Quote:
I like Durian. I'm sorta proud of it at the same time.Quote:
Scanlations wise, I finished reading 'til the last (MR) chapter of Fist of the Blue Sky yesterday. Planning to read The Music of Marie and Kamisama no Iutoori next.
-All time favourite : Niki Larson (City Hunter) with Jackie Chan I've watched it probably a few hundred times since my first in 1995.
Other favourites : all the Kim-Ki Duk & Kitano & H.Miyazaki & Wong Jing & Miki Satoshi movies, A Bittersweet Life, Man Bites Dog (Poelvoorde ), Lady Vengeance, Soulplane, The Taste of Tea, My Brother (Uri Hyeong), The Mask, Office Space, 2046, A Man Who Was Superman, Feathers In The Wind, Furyo, Green Snake, Zoo (2005, Japan), Love Exposure, 19 (2000, Japan), Madness in Bloom, Pusher (whole trilogy), Leaving Las Vegas, The Man From Earth, The Sunset Limited, Ink, London River, He Was A Quiet Man, Made In Britain, Quartier Lointain, Drive.
Might be a little too much... but that should give you a glimpse of how many movies I watched.
isn't it a bit too feministic?? yeah..tell me what you think abt it (don't want to draw the wrong conclusions )
^ Huh ? Feministic ? Why ?
I was already acquainted with the drawing style since I read Angel Densetsu, and I did a couple of years before reading Claymore. There is something about Yagi's style that simply astounds me...
And the main protagonists being females, I don't see how that could be an issue, shouldn't I like women-like characters ? Well, I do, all of them.
If it's about not being man enough, then don't be afraid, I can eat Takoyaki right off the hotplate.
don't be afraid???
Actually I'm not ...anyway, I thought you read Claymore because of the story..and the story is quite feministic..just think about the fact that most women are claymore, whilst most men are yoma, in other words stupid demonic beings lead only by instinct and without intelligence (except Isley , Rigardo and Dauf who are awakened beings/abyssal).