Bisho's Profile


Anime Stats
Days: 32.6
Mean Score: 7.74
  • Total Entries151
  • Rewatched67
  • Episodes1,814
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Jun 5, 2016 4:35 PM
Watching 14/22 · Scored 6
Bleach Movie 1: Memories of Nobody
Bleach Movie 1: Memories of Nobody
Jan 5, 2009 12:26 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
Biohazard: Degeneration
Biohazard: Degeneration
Jan 5, 2009 12:24 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 5.7
Mean Score: 8.35
  • Total Entries20
  • Reread20
  • Chapters95
  • Volumes58
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Bokura ga Ita
Bokura ga Ita
Jun 3, 2016 8:11 PM
Reading 12/70 · Scored 10
Seiyou Kottou Yougashiten
Seiyou Kottou Yougashiten
May 29, 2016 7:32 PM
Completed 23/23 · Scored 10
May 29, 2016 7:31 PM
Completed 16/16 · Scored 10


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Mikola Aug 30, 2016 5:22 AM
Hello! :)

Thanks for accepting my friend request! :D
OrlahEhontas May 22, 2012 12:49 PM
Having recieved the following "Club messaging has been disabled for now. This will likely return in the future." every time I try to message all club members. And after spending about an hour trying to find out if they even have an ETA on the return, I decided I have to do this the old fashioned way.

Time to nominate your favorite anime!

Rules are simple, nominate a single anime or second one that someone else has nominated.

You may nominate something you have nominated before, but not a previous winner.

Any finished anime series, movie, or finished OAV is eligible. Any anime series currently airing is not.

Please include a url link to the anime that you are nominating as occasionally the name is repeated, but the series are completely different (i.e. Macross).

This thread will remain open until 3 June 2012 and is located here.
-BlackRabbit- Jul 15, 2010 7:49 PM
Guess I'm not the first to droll on that avatar of yours but considering you were last online 05-03-09, the mystery remains O.ô
decho Jun 3, 2010 12:17 PM
Hey, Bisho, did you know? Now there is an official Shigurui FC on MAL. I just created it yesterday since there was not one, for my amazement, so far. Feel free to join in and invite you friends as well. Here: =)))

stellarheart Sep 9, 2009 7:08 PM
OMGod,.. you have to tell who is that on your profile pic.
Please *w/puppy dog eyes*
TiaYae Aug 8, 2009 5:41 PM
If I may ask, who is the babe with the fine set of abs, in your user pic? I was mean smiling, as I looked him over. He is one fine, male anime specimen...yummy! ^^)
serpensortia Jun 18, 2009 8:40 PM
<3 because your profile makes me smile.
XxRetribution2xX Feb 14, 2009 10:59 AM
sry bout' that
ADHD >_<

what's new?
I haven't heard from u in I think a year. =/
XxRetribution2xX Feb 13, 2009 9:53 AM


I was brownmonkey1994

oOboredtodeathOo Jan 18, 2009 10:42 PM
Hi. :D
I wanted to add you up in the BOO Reira Club.
(It's a TakumiXHachi fan club at the same time.)

I saw Takumi in your favorite characters list,
so I thought about asking you to join the club.
But it seems that your club invites is set in disable mode. T.T

If you have free time, drop by at the BOO Reira Club okay?
If you're interested, I'll be more than happy if you'll join. XD
Krelian Jan 10, 2009 11:25 PM
I can imagine... I didn't know much either until my grandfather bought me one back in the mid-nineties as an xmas present. Then I just dove in and learned things hands on, fooling around and fixing it when it broke. One of the best presents I ever received, I'm sure. I'm rather proud to be a geek as well, actually.

I watched the first few episodes of Bokura ga Ita and liked it, but I got sidetracked and never made it further. I'll probably have to start all over at this point to have any idea of who's who though. But yeah, I'm planning to watch it sometime soon, whenever I get into the mood for some more romance/drama. I'm really odd about that... if I don't particularly feel like watching a show at present then I usually won't enjoy it, but when I am in the mood for a particular style or genre I'll devour anything in reach.
Krelian Jan 6, 2009 12:31 PM
The weather sounds great, actually, and I really like all the fog as well. Sucks about the sun poisoning though. But hey, at least you'll know to be prepared next time. Sorry to hear about your car too. You always end up paying loads for them one way or another. If it isn't repairs it's monthly payments and collision insurance...

Asheville has a decent selection of Asian restaurants, but that's really just because it's a tourist town. There's an Asian grocery store or two around, but that's about it. So I'd really get a kick out of visiting Japantown. I've always loved their food and arts/crafts and such. I went to Chinatown in NYC, but it was pretty disappointing in a touristy sort of way. Just people selling cheap crap and pirated DVDs to anyone who passes by and restaurants no more exotic or impressive than our local fare. Which sounds about like Chinatown in SF as well.

I've always enjoyed programming, ever since high school. I used to spend my lunch breaks in the classroom coding and screwing around, like a huge geek =D I wish I could get some sort of a job in the field, but I'm not in a very good location for technical jobs and I need some credentials behind me before I think about pursuing that sort of work elsewhere. That Google datacenter isn't all that far from here - maybe an hour or two driving - and that'd be an awesome place to work. I'll have to check that out once I've got a degree.
Krelian Jan 5, 2009 8:31 AM
It rarely gets over 70 or below 50? I could handle that quite nicely, I think. I find it rather surprising though... I thought that part of California was generally pretty hot. The crowds though, I don't know. I mean, it didn't seem that bad as large cities go, but I don't handle cities well. I'd much rather live somewhere more rural with plenty of space between myself and the neighbors, low traffic, etc. Asheville suits me pretty well in that regard, and it's a surprisingly interesting and progressive place considering its position in the bible belt.

The heart thing is quite cool. I'd never heard of it or the cows, but that seems like a really cool way to promote art and raise some money as well. Also... Japantown? I mean, I've heard of a big city having a Chinatown before (which I'd love to visit, though I wasn't particularly blown away by the one in NYC) or a Little Italy, but never a Japantown. That's awesome, and it's definitely secured SF a spot on my list of places to visit. I doubt I'd eat much sushi though unless I was staying for quite a while - I can find good sushi around here, but there are so many other Japanese dishes I'd love to try and can't find...

I'd definitely be down with working for Google. I've heard all sorts of weird things about the way they treat their employees, how they encourage creativity, etc. and it seems like it'd be an awesome (and one-of-a-kind) work environment.

I appreciate your valuation of my design skills =D I actually attempted to get a job in web design a fair few years ago, but most of the companies were just interested in subcontracting work which I was a little uncomfortable with at the time. Asheville is a fairly small town and mostly centered around tourism (the engineering/construction field being fairly lucrative since so many people want to move here, or at least it was) so there aren't a lot of technical jobs. I really ought to look around again though. I'm thinking I'd like to get into programming of some sort, but I need to finish college before I think too much about pursuing that.
Krelian Jan 4, 2009 3:56 PM
I don't think I could handle the temperature in SF myself, or all the people, but it really is a lovely place. That photo set has me wanting to plan a trip there down the road as well. I loved that shot you took of the cool little building sandwiched between high-rises too... I saw something similar when I was in NYC a few years back and thought it was the coolest thing ever. I was pretty surprised too - I'd always heard the roads were steep around there but in some cases they're even worse than they are here and I live in the fracking mountains. A few questions, also: what's the deal with that heart sculpture, and where did you find the awesome teapot and such?

It sucks, but so far I've been more glad of the break than worried about losing the job. I was kinda vacillating about whether to stick with the company (I liked the place a lot) or focus more on going back to school and starting a career doing something I enjoy, so that's one less decision I have to make as well. About that Google job, if I were you I'd seriously consider it. It isn't unheard of for companies to pay relocation costs, so you might luck out. Worst case, you wouldn't be out much provided you can afford to make it out there for an interview if need be.

Mmm, dinner. I'm gonna have to see about some of that myself here soon...
Krelian Jan 4, 2009 1:50 PM
No problem - until just recently I hadn't been doing much here either. Anyway, glad to hear all's well. I can relate, though my dog tends to demolish her toys rather than play with them. I've been picking up pieces of plastic all over the house - the remains of her christmas present. She manages to replace what she destroys though... it seems like every time I let her out she brings back some other dog's bone to gnaw on.

I've never been to SF myself, or really anywhere in the western part of the States for that matter. What'd you like so much about it?

Things are ok here... not much to report, really. Just getting ready to look for a job, as the economy made quick work of my last one. So yeah, I'm just fooling around and enjoying the time off.