hey Neo, Soul Bro & Raijinz aren't the only one with that issue either, I got so many other programs stuffed in the DVR/DVD/hard drive as well. But we all have stuff dying to get it off our hands.hawk of endymion wrote:Please lets not make Soul Bro into a martyr. It might've sounded like a joke, but my explanation of Soul Bro's DVR/cable/Netflix addiction is quite real.raijinz wrote: Keep up the good work guys! Don't feel bad Soul Bro, I too have a ton of shows I haven't gotten round to sitting down and watching! I feel your pain!
btw, when it comes to Soul Bro's garage kit (thanks, but no thanks btw), I must emphasize one thing though - even though you might concur with this point: because almost all of those parts are so fragile, and since I have a tendancy of not knowing my own physical strength, I have managed to many of those parts when i make a blunder over time. Thus I must have spent even more money on buying the same kits for spare parts, which drives me mad even more.
On the issue of importing Japanese entertainment products into the United States, Chris is absolutely correct about the fact that the prices is insane since I can testify about it too, when I did some purchases on just anime soundtracks from sites like YesAsia.com or Play-Asia.com, the median price is around $40.00 to $45.00 unless it's for a large box set, which was even more expensive (trust me, I have at least 2 box sets for Kamen Rider series soundtracks in my collection, and they ain't cheap). Even when i was just browsing the DVD section, I could not bring myself to put those stuff into the shopping cart even though I really want them because the price tag was so outrageously expensive. I might as well waiting for a blowout sale from those sites on those products later on to get them.
What an episode you guys have done. Keep up the good work!