Joined: 28 Nov 2003 Posts: 11 Location: California, USA Country:
Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2003 1:05 pm Post subject: Hello everyone!
It is my first day here. I barely started watching Japanese Dramas. I have seen Otosan and am now finishing Hotman. I like to watch anime also. My favorite is Chobits. I love sushi. Yummy! I am also trying to log into Gunbound. I welcome all friends. I love to talk and all things kawaii. Hope to speak to you soon!
Joined: 07 Apr 2002 Posts: 2495 Location: Wales Country:
Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2003 12:45 am Post subject: Re: Bunnikawaii says hello to everyone! : )
Hello everyone! I am new to this site. Does anyone know what the name of the dorama that was on before Hotman on the Asahi network, channedl 44, here in Los Angeles? The main character went by the dorama name Tatsuya. Can anyone help me?
sure thing i watched the whole THING!!! it was good... in a way... anyways... the drama ur refering to is Taiyo no Kisetsu or "season of the sun" in english.. here http://jdorama.com/drama_617.htm anyway if ya live in south cali i reccomend u got to this http://www.geocities.com/isweartoyou/dramasontv.htm website.. created someone this forum and its pretty accurate and ALWAYS uptodate!!! anyway after hotman asahi will air GOODLUCK!!! said to be the best drama of 2003 by manny!
Joined: 27 Nov 2003 Posts: 79 Location: Austria Country:
Posted: Sun Nov 30, 2003 7:00 am Post subject:
just to let you know, I'm still alive just came back from a trip to hell...
Let me show you what I mean as "hell".
First of, a friend and myself went on a ~200 kilometer ride from Vienna to Graz to rent a truck there in order to help a friend of my freidn move his stuff. With that truck, bravely facing snow, ice, rain, fog and night time, we fought our way up north to Aachen, which is in Westphalia, Germany. While on the way we noticed that the heater in the truck was out of order and it was too late to simply return and get another (but also smaller, and thus with less cargo capacity) truck. So we spent 12 hours and 1,000+ kilometers freezing our butts off in that truck. When we arrived in Aachen we spent 2 hours loading the stuff of that friend into the truck, then we went back in the road to Vienna. Another 12 hours and 1,000+ kilometers later we arrived in Vienna again. Of course the heater wasn't working still. With temperatures around freezing point here it's really "fun" to do something like that. And no, none of us actually slept in those 34 hours of getting cars, loading and unloading and driving...
An advice for everyone, check the heater in the car you rent before going on your trip... I'm frozen to the bones now... god bless the invention of bath tubs and hot water...
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