Oopsie… sorry for being MIA for the past couple of days, and for those who care about comments in your blogs: sorry for not leaving comments for the past couple of days.
Truth is, I spent 50% of my time in the toilet dealing with bad tummy (I had red bean soup at the cafeteria again, 3 out of 3 now) and 50% of my time immersed in Roman-esque Empire vs modern Japanese army action…
Okay, well, more like 20% and 80% respectively…
And now I found the light novels version for this series as well, so it will be a week or two more before I can resume normal service in terms of blogging and blog hopping. Thing is, I did read most of the new blog entries in my blogroll. I just… you know, I’m not a huge fan of half-hearted comments, so I don’t want to do the same. If I don’t feel like my brain is coherent enough to write comments, I simply don’t. Sorry…
Also, I am kind of frustrated with some of the comments from my previous post. Look, I am an otaku. I love manga (Japanese comic) and anime (Japanese cartoon). This is my blog so you will most definitely see me write about them sometimes.
But I also know some of you are not. When you are not an anime fan and you see an anime post from my blog, you DO NOT have to comment. I am not like some other bloggers who are obsessed with comments. I am not obsessed with comments.
If there is one thing I am obsessed with in regards of blog comments, is that I always want to make it a point to reply to comments, because I like even numbers and [comment + reply] form even numbers for the comments count. So seeing comments like “Sorry, I am not into anime” makes my life difficult because I don’t know what to say back to you. Especially when I already know because you have said the same thing in my previous anime post. And the anime post before that. And before that.
Shit, I sound very snappy, am I not? Must be due to the lack of coherence in my brain these few days. Damn the anime and light novels. I hope nothing new will pop up after I finish this Gate: JSDF shit.
No no no, let me end on a lighter note. Actually this is the only thing I want to set out to do for today. I want to show you how sometimes by watching anime, you get to learn some wise thoughts for life. Here’s Itami-sama sharing his [path to success]:
So… lazy bums are necessary in any efficient organizations. You need to constantly have someone as a yardstick that the rest of the team aspires not to become. So if you feel like slacking off some day and get questioned by your boss, remember to tell him/her this. 😉