Winter 2009/2010

Here be obligatory post. No pics etc because I’m lazy as ever.

  • Harukanaru something 3: I think I’ve ever downloaded first two season for certain local anime server but never actually watched them. Whatever.
  • Chu-Bra: don’t forget to disable brain before watching.
  • Sora no Woto: what’s ‘woto’? :S Apparently some people made big fuss about its K-On! like design but Seiken no Blacksmith also has more or less same design but nothing happened. Either everyone was distracted by the flexible armor or perhaps I’m just blind.
  • Seikon no Qwaser: too bad there’s male cast in there 🙁
  • Ladies vs Butlers: omg maid/butler school. O hai Xebec.
  • Omamori Himari: just forget whatever you know from manga when watching this. Looking forward to possible rage from bloggers etc.
  • Bakatest: apparently this series is good (the source, at least). We’ll see.
  • Dance in Vamp. Bund: shaft, slow-aging vampire, etc. Apparently the male cast is a werewolf.
  • Duradura: idk. Nfi.
  • Hidamari Sketch nth season: let me watch the first season first :[
  • Ookamikakushi: 07th + Peach Pit. What.
  • Nodame Cantabile Finale: o yay.
  • Katanagatari: nisioisin 😮
  • Hanamaru Kindergarten: …what. It’s Gainax ffs.

Looks like another random season. Well, there’s nothing I’m actually waiting for this season (or maybe there’s one) so I’ll just use usual wait-and-see approach.

Obligatory link aggregates for winter previews:

On Language

For most of electronic appliances and software, I just can use properly it if it’s not in English. Especially Indonesian interfaces (and  manuals) – I usually change the language to (or use) English or translate the terms to English to be able to properly understand what it mean. Mind you – Indonesian is my native language.

It’s mostly thanks to the fact that ever since the first time I ever use an electronic appliances, they’re all in English. It’s just recently (by recently I actually mean 10 years or something) that Indonesian started to be available in them. And as the effect, I understand the English terms better than the Indonesian counterpart.

How about you? Do you prefer to use English instead of your native language for anything?