October 21st, 2006

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She's standing right behind me, isn't she?

Recently, we have discovered that the invasion of privacy isn't the only reason eavesdropping is bad. We watched enough cartoons that we should have known this already, but we learned last night that the other reason it's bad is that people don't bother to eavesdrop on the whole conversation. Then, as soon as someone says something they don't like, they stop listening, when if they keep listening, they can learn the whole situation, or realize that they misheard the thing they didn't like. Like if Phil had listened to Meg and Hades's entire conversation.

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Fortunately, working on the Princess Jasmine costume took my mind off of it for a while. And later we'll finally add the next segment in our commemorative multi-part series, so that will be happy.

Today I'm thankful for there still being seeds for all the unwatched anime we haven't been able to move from our other computer (we tried to just watch it there, but stuff happened; there'll be more on that later if we can't get things to work), only having finishing touches left on the Jasmine costume, our phone bill payment going through, getting all the chocolate covered pretzels to ourselves, and Snickers bars.
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Also known as "the series we can't recommend at BYU"

Well, it's Saturday afternoon, and we're really not feeling like doing anything. It's times like these that we normally play video games, but we're through with sidequesting in FFX (not that we've completed the sidequests, just that we hate them now), so all that's left is to beat it, and that's for later tonight. And we don't feel like watching anime or translating anything, so LJ it is.

And despite the fact that it's the weekend, so people are out doing stuff and therefore not glued to LJ as they kill time or procrastinate other things, thus making readership low, we've decided it's time to continue our 100th Translation Commemorative Multi-Part Series! Tadah!

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So that's our Ai Yori Aoshi spiel. The floor is again open to any questions you may have. Also, our icon contest will be closing on Thursday. For rules, and a peek back at the first part in our commemorative series, you can go here!