(A Random Post)

The Lin Post

Here’s the big post that I’ve tried to avoid writing for the last two months…but it’s finally gotten to the point where I just can’t hold it in anymore, and this just need to be said and recorded here in the timeless eternal library of The WAMBAG Archives. So here we go.

Lin is this nice girl I used knew from high school that left to work in San Francisco. We hung out a few times before she left and I unfortunately became rather fond of her, though so far from what I can tell, it seems to be a requited sentiment. (…she also flat-out told me that she liked me too, so that was also pretty helpful in figuring that out.) I don’t know if I’ll ever see her again, but we exchange emails and phone calls on a semi-frequent basis, which I enjoy immensely.

And if she were ever to learn about the existence of this website, I will bathe in kerosene and hump a pack of matches until my genitals catch fire.

…aaand that’s about it!

Now let’s celebrate my surprising demonstration of self-control and fluff out this post with YouTube links vaguely related to our recent magical weekend.

Batman Goes Shopping – AL brought up a good point recently while we were discussing the finer intricacies of cosplay, about the differences (if any) there were between dressing up for Halloween and dressing up for anime conventions. Unfortunately we weren’t able to settle on a satisfactory answer, and so that will remain as yet another unresolved issue between the two of us. I’m not sure where this one fits into the whole scheme of things, but I do know that the Batman Begins theme makes grocery shopping look really epic and awesome. And be sure not to miss the bit where Batman flips someone the bird right before walking past a shelf of Captain Crunch cereal boxes.

super play? pop’n music – No idea what’s going on here, but it’s pretty awesome regardless. The Japanese just do everything better than we do. Better and gayer.

arai super play – I just found this one off the related videos for the last one. All I wanted to say for this one is that I wished we had like a separate Japan broadcast for all MLB games. Would you rather Jamie Campbell and Pat Tabler announcing Jays games or two random Japanese guys shouting lines like “SEEEEE NARUUUUUU ARAI YAKAZAAAAIIII!!!” after every play? I don’t even know if I’d want subtitles. Can you imagine these guys calling plays like these?

(Quick tangent – if you sent that link to all the baseball writers that were in charge of these things, how could Johnny Mac NOT get a Gold Glove this year? That one near the end where he flops his body around like a fish…it’s absolutely retarded. I just wish he got on base more than 28% of the time.)

100 Person Flashmob Randomly Chasing After People – There’s just some cruel and malicious edge in Japanese pranks that’s missing from the Just For Laughs stuff we have on this side of the Pacific. Not surprisingly, the Japanese ones are actually funny sometimes.

Gigaton Punch Music Video – Not really related, but just wanted to officially put it up here even though most of you have seen it already. That’s crazy flow, doesn’t matter what you’re rapping about. Additionally, this also gives me an excuse to link to this Street Fighter II “review” which is insane and delicious in all the right ways. “This is my third glass of cognac.” Fun stuff.

…man, this post went all over the place.

You get back on the latest flight to paradise
I found out from a note taped to the door
I think I saw your airplane in the sky tonight
Through my window lying on the kitchen floor

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