It reached 110 degrees here where I live in Texas last week. In other places of the country, it’s even hotter or feels worse because of the humidity. Man, summer may be a time for fun and sunshine, but it can also just be really, really hot and uncomfortable. What are you doing to stay… Read More How Are You Staying Cool This Summer?
There might be too much wishful thinking involved here, but whenever summer comes, I decide to do a number of things that I put off: reading books I’d always intended to, visiting places I want to go, and watching anime on my watch list. Somehow, I never complete my list, but this year, I’m more… Read More Vote for My Summer Anime Watch List
One thing that’s annoyingly true to me is that when I’m out of balance, out whack, my equilibrium is off, I get really moody. Usually this happens when I’m really hungry or when it’s hot outside. For instance, I’m a little impatient right now because I want to eat lunch. And when I took a… Read More Ayanokōji is Right: It’s Too Hot to Think
Last week, I traveled on the first of two vacations we’ve planned for this summer. While I might have some pertinent content to share for the second, I was surprised that I also had something to share for the first, which was a simple excursion to South Padre Island, the nicest beach that we have… Read More TWWK’s Beach Episode
Join us this week, as JP (Japesland), Casey (CutsceneAddict), Jack (R86), and Kaze give their initial impressions on the latest anime season? With four people with different tastes, different watching habits, and drastically different opinions, which shows will stand out? Don’t worry, JP and Kaze don’t talk about Rewrite too much. As always, every episode of The TangleCast will… Read More TangleCast 14: Summer 2016 Season Impressions
Summer Comiket 86 has come and gone. While for last Comiket, I wrote a personalized post about my first experience, this time I decided to take a more streamlined and general approach. Comiket, as most of you probably know, is the largest otaku convention in Japan, and subsequently, the world. With roughly 170,000 people attending… Read More A Christian Guide to Comiket