Anyway, I found two articles that were pretty interesting, but for entirely different reasons. (Found via Icarus Publishing's blog- which may be nsfw-, via Okazu.)
First, this one, because it made me go: o___O; I don't hate maid cafes (I've been to a couple in Akihabara and enjoyed dining in them- really, they're pretty cute if you ignore some of the clientele-, although whenever I brought anybody else along, they were like "wtf?" lol), and if it's keeping this temple in operation, then that's their
The other article is "The Myth of All Ages" at Comics 212. I don't have any snarky comments for this one- it's a really well-written article that any manga/comics fan who's interested in the manga/comics industry might be interested in reading.
Plus, anybody who visits Afterellen already knows this, but this past week AE began streaming Sasameki Koto! (Just like they did with Aoi Hana this past summer.) It's really cool to see Sasameki Koto getting discovered by more viewers. XD Too bad Crunchyroll isn't streaming Railgun also; the plot's getting really tight.
Finally, can't wait for winter break!! I can watch El Cazador and Blue Drop on DVD,
and finish the series that I've put on hiatus, along with watching Fate/stay night.
CANAAN was my first Type-Moon series, and, since I enjoyed the heck out of it, it piqued my interest in TM's other works, hence my interest in Kara no Kyoukai (which I've finished by now- it was awesome XD Edit on 12/05: Whoops, bakabakashii. > < I should say that I finished the movies that are out right now. There's still that one last movie.), and now Fate.
Won't have as much time for posts from now until winter break begins on December 23. Finals aplenty~
BGM- "Chain" by Ohara Sayaka