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Days: 36.4
Mean Score: 8.13
  • Total Entries109
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes2,128
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Shinchou Yuusha: Kono Yuusha ga Ore Tueee Kuse ni Shinchou Sugiru
Shinchou Yuusha: Kono Yuusha ga Ore Tueee Kuse ni Shinchou Sugiru
Yesterday, 8:22 PM
Watching 8/12 · Scored 9
City Hunter Movie: Shinjuku Private Eyes
City Hunter Movie: Shinjuku Private Eyes
Nov 12, 10:29 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 10
Mugen no Juunin: Immortal
Mugen no Juunin: Immortal
Oct 16, 7:49 PM
Watching 3/24 · Scored 7
Manga Stats
Days: 0.6
Mean Score: 8.50
  • Total Entries2
  • Reread0
  • Chapters114
  • Volumes11
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Kyuukyoku Choujin R
Kyuukyoku Choujin R
Mar 1, 2018 8:36 AM
Reading 20/? · Scored 9
Golden Boy
Golden Boy
Jan 16, 2017 6:39 PM
Completed 94/94 · Scored 8

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RossiRoad Feb 23, 2018 9:29 AM
I think I found it! Thanks! I googled manga fox but found a different website with them all in the same order anyway!
RossiRoad Feb 20, 2018 2:30 AM
I saw that you reviewed golden boy manga and have completed it. Where did you read it? Because when I search for it every single chapter isn't in the correct order and it just feels like a mess since nothing follows a story and I don't know what's going on. Thanks, good review as well!
Dudeclank35 Dec 18, 2017 6:36 PM
Fancy, all I know about watchmaking is that it has to be very exact as the pieces you work with/make are so small.
Dudeclank35 Dec 17, 2017 8:47 PM
I believe it was, It was just a nice picture that I found. Never used a watchmakers lathe before. You have any experience with them?
Tachii Apr 19, 2017 9:23 AM
Cbr_Star said:

I was...

"1. I browse MAL" ...That's OK it's quality entertainment.
"2. I post on MAL"... Well someone has to, so why not you?
"3. I watch anime"... You're intellectual enough to enjoy fine art from the Orient.
"4. Never had a real girlfriend"...It's OK they are kinda overrated, and sometimes expensive.
"5. I'm a 20 year old virgin"...No worries, someday you'll blossom
"6. Never had any real friends"..Who really does?
"7. I watch filthy frank"....Yes...You're autistic.
Brilliant stuff. That punchline. Always great to see a one up in this caliber.
PoruMairu Feb 4, 2017 2:52 PM
Just the four Shogun's at the moment, probably need to sell the two racing bikes as I haven't used them in ages.

My Maton is identical to the Tommy Immannuel Special, just with standard pickups rather than the expensive ones. Still smell nice when it comes out of the case!

Stupid me bought a couple of cheap frankenwatches from India! Both are crap, although the Seiko 5 works it doesn't keep time well, and the HMT came without the complete dial, but works ok! Going to have to sell about 50 watches, as I purchased a bulk lot from USA and combed through them, took all the good ones out, and my daughter took what she wanted, gave a few away, so now I will sell the rest, and hopefully get my money back and get what we kept for free. But now i should hope to settle down a bit and only buy quality. I will just pick up some cheap swiss ones that people throw out even if they run, maybe a few Seikos here and there. I still want a Seiko Flightmaster with the rotary slide rule. My collection will never be complete without it. I tend to like smaller watches too. People say they look like ladies watches, but I don't care, I am not wearing a dinner plate on my wrist!
PoruMairu Feb 3, 2017 5:08 PM
Yep, another middle-aged dude here. I have a few Shogun race bikes, and a Shogun mountain bike ( yeah, my bikes must be Shogun!!). At the moment I ride a 2013 CBR500R. Boss sold it to me for $3000 last year so what the heck! Being in Australia, I drive a Ford Falcon of course. I have a beautiful vintage Maton Guitar i bought new 25 years ago! Just started into watch collecting too! I am wearing one of my vintage finds, a late 1960's Lanco Naval incablock winder. They say a watch does not have a soul if it doesn't have a mainspring.
Negative-Travis Jan 23, 2017 9:16 PM
Not much a reader, are you.
Negative-Travis Jan 23, 2017 7:16 PM
I haven't seen the newest BMWs for two reasons:
1. Not in the market for one.
2. They're not old enough to come into my shop. People usually don't start coming to us until the warranty runs out.

As for my rotary experience I have rebuilt 3 and owned an FC. I bought it cheap because it allegedly needed apex seals but I pulled the engine out and disassembled it to find that the housings were actually scored so the whole thing was junk. Bought a new engine, rebuilt that, and stuck it in. The whole job took a combined total of maybe 10 hours, and that's with basic hand tools. If you asked me to do one today I could have it out, rebuilt, and back in running in 5-6 hours. Don't badmouth a car just because of one person's shitty driving habits.
$3,500 to replace a 13B is fucking insanity unless your local currency is worth nothing to begin with. Going by your usage of dollars and kilometers (on your profile) my guess is you're in either Canada or Australia, which definitely jives with your nanny state government requiring you to sign a service contract when buying a new car. So in either case that explains the Monopoly money.

The 928 is certified garbage in all instances, as are all of the conventionally-built water cooled Porsches. Not all Porsches are money pits unless you're an idiot. Any Porsche with a flat engine is extremely reliable, even more so if it's air cooled. We see around 5-10 Porsches a year and they're never in for more than basic maintenance or a small part failure. The biggest job we've ever had on a Porsche was one customer asked us to replace the IMS bearing in her Boxster and it hadn't even failed, she just wanted the updated part so it wouldn't be an issue. There's a reason 911s hold their value so well.

Lastly, if you need to get your engine rebuilt before the warranty expires then you're doing something very, very wrong.

There's no reason for this argument to continue as we're on uneven ground. You're arguing as a consumer whereas I'm arguing as a professional. There will never be a consensus.
Negative-Travis Jan 22, 2017 8:58 PM
We don't even have 4-cyl. models in the US except the X1. Even the 125i has an I6. The turbo engines aren't any worse than the N/A engines in terms of reliability, they're just more of a pain to work on with all the extra plumbing. Just changing the serp belt takes almost an hour.

Your brother apparently has no idea how to properly operate or maintain a rotary engine. A redline a day keep the mechanic away and you should always premix gas. They're also incredibly easy to rebuild. An average technician can have one out, apart, together, and back in in a day. The only inherent problem with rotary engines is that they're wildly inefficient for the displacement.

Buying a 928 is always a terrible idea. You brought that on yourself. Nobody in history has ever bought a used 928 and said "Yes, this was a good decision."

There is also nothing forcing you to sign a service contract when buying a new car. Neither the law nor the manufacturer requires it, it's strictly at the dealer level. You don't like it, go to another dealer. Hell, even threatening to do so will usually get them to back off.
Negative-Travis Jan 22, 2017 4:02 PM
I work at an indie shop that deal in all manner of European cars with 99.7% of our customer base driving cars that are less than 20 years old and 40% of them drive BMWs.
I will concede that BMW made great cars up until the end of the E46. From 2005 onward, they've turned to utter garbage with their electric water pumps (why?) and persistent oil leaks.
BMW has never made a good V8, or any V engine (excluding the M507/1, but who actually has one of those?). The M60 is an oily mess and the M62 is an oily mess that's impossible to work on. It should not take 8 hours to replace valve cover gaskets.
The M70 is the most inefficient and unnecessarily-complicated engine I've ever had the misfortune of touching.
Beyond that the interiors are fragile, the maintenance intervals are too long and cause 90% of the problems, and parts are needlessly complex and therefore expensive (again with the electric water pump).
I'm not saying that MBs or VAG products are inherently better (VAGs are actually worse) but I don't see consistent failures on other cars with the same frequency that I do on BMWs.

That said, I have a giant soft spot for old BMWs and would like to have a 635CSi at some point in my life. The big sixes are super easy to work on and nigh-unkillable.
Negative-Travis Jan 22, 2017 3:26 PM
As a BMW technician I must disagree with your evaluation of BMW's quality in relation to that of all other manufacturers.
Justacrat Jan 10, 2017 11:51 PM
Whoa, what a pro. His wee day out video was brilliant. Yeah the scenery is breathtaking here.
Justacrat Jan 8, 2017 8:32 PM
Mostly road cycling, though I did mountain biking once and broke my collarbone. So never again probably.

I guess I should tell you about that time. I completed the entire course then as I was coming into the car-park I raised one hand in the air and hit a ditch. I was racing my friend on the last straight you see. It was not nice, but also ironically hilarious in the minor injuries unit waiting to get seen with my friend.
animefan0071 Jan 8, 2017 3:47 PM
Yup I watched the first 3 episodes and I'm going to wait to find a good priced DVD (although I'm tempted to watch the rest of it since it's only 6 episodes and then buy it when I can)