on the topic of loser
>I don't think you're ever going to get a bunch of otaku toAgreed. Some people like product A, others like product B. It really
>self-identify as losers. And if we're all losers, then the
>word is meaningless.
doesn't matter that much if Person A likes pointless fanservice while
Person B likes political drama. Both have apparently found something
that they can enjoy spending their free time doing or watching, so
power to both of them.
Also calling some of the more introverted nerds losers seems somewhat
petty and mean. Many of them have never been properly socialized or
may suffer from autism or asperger's. Some of them could even find
anime appealing because the often exaggerated faces in animation are
easier to read then the ones in realspace.
Well, I have gone on long enough and bandied about enough platitudes.
- From: "Toad_God_From_the_Sky" <ossadagowah@...>
>Reply-To: Yuricon@yahoogroups.comI have already killed this thread. That means NO MORE POSTS.
>Subject: [Yuricon] on the topic of loser
>Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2006 13:13:03 -0000
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