Comment on Aya Hirano Mocked on TV – “She’s a Bit of an Idiot” by Nicholas:
I’m not sure why ya’ll obsess over this chick so much.
Recent comments by Nicholas:
- Miss USA 2011 “Like a Parade of Identical Body Builders”:
They have a point, although they’re the last people who should be calling whitewash since there are places in Japan that refuse to serve black people and/or any Americans. Let it be known any Japanese whom might be reading this… this is not our conception of beauty. These pageants have gone so far down in popularity over the years that there almost is no audience for it anymore and there are loud criticisms of it being sexist and racist… but then I can’t expect the xenophobes to understand …
- Top 10 Most Perverted Anime Gentlemen:
I know I’m dating myself here, but where the fuck is Ataru Moroboshi? The one whom started it all? Urusei Yatsura people, check it out for your own sake! It’s the Manga and Anime that everyone copied but no one ever exceeded in quality… and it’s still funny as hell all these years later!!!
- Sweden: “Men Who Like Adult Manga Are Sick Pedophiles”:
Proof positive that no matter where you live in the world there are always dumbasses posing as people of intelligence.
- “Why Do Japanese Use Umbrellas All The Time?”:
That would be an interesting theory if there were no bald people in Japan… which I know that not to be the case. Aya Hirano for instance lol. As for the acid rain suggestion, trust me acidic rain would eat through an umbrella quicker than it would of the the human head. Why does this have to be such a butthurt issue? People take themselves too seriously if the only thing they have to offer discussions are racist insults. I’m not sure who the more uncaring race was that they meant to refer to. …
- “The Best Anime According to Foreigners”:
Why should Ghost in the Shell be a Western favorite? It’s one of the most overrated animes of all time just behind Akira and DBZ. Considering the Japanophile backlash of the last few years, I’m surprised the list turned out as well as it did.