Woo Lee (email@example.com)
Tue, 23 Mar 1999 12:29:30 -0500 (EST)
On Tue, 23 Mar 1999, Mark Simmons wrote:
I think that its morst likely that they know OF Amuro, but not really on
how he looks like..for example, if we see a world leader from some 3rd
world country I doubt anyone would recognize them from sight...heck Who
knows what the Senator from Alaska looks like?
The way I see it, its impossible for the people to not have HEARD of
Amuro, esp since Bright seems to be a semi famous figure....
> Eddie writes,
> >If everybody knows who Amuro is (witness references to him in other series,
> >such as 0080) it doesn't seem likely that the Feds would be able to cover
> >things up this completely.
> But they don't, do they? I don't believe he's mentioned by name in
> 0080, and in Z Gundam, Emma recalls meeting Amuro two years prior and
> _not knowing who he was_. She says she only found out recently who he was
> and what he did in the war. If Amuro had been hailed as a national hero,
> don't you think people would logically recognize his face?
> The one glitch in my theory, as Julie points out, is the mass-produced
> toy Haro that chants "Hello Bright, hello Amuro." Is this a continuity
> glitch, or is there some complex explanation for the apparent contradiction?
> -- Mark
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