Peter Carranza (uc0088sentinel@excite.com)
Thu, 8 Mar 2001 23:28:12 -0800 (PST)


Yeah, can`t wait for Ben Affleck/ Jerry Bruckheimer to foment pro US/ anti
Japanese sentiment in the upcoming Pearl Harbor movie. All those who see
this film should be required to see "Grave of the Fireflies" or "Barefoot
Gen" right after. How about a film about Hiroshima/Nagasaki?

Pc
  
On Fri, 9 Mar 2001 01:12:01 -0500, gundam@aeug.org wrote:

> I'm an American and I totally agee with this. I've been thinking much the
> same things. When I was in High Scool, I used to get werid looks from
some
> when I told them I like anime and Japanese robots. Kinda like a traitor
look
> or something. Yeah, the Japanese and Americans did some horrible things,
but
> horrible things happen in wars. Asians, black people, white people,
Mexicans
> etc. are refered to as races, but there is only one race and that's the
> human race. Just because you look and/or think different, doesn't mean
one
> is less or more human, ya know?
>
>
> I happen to really like most Japanese stuff for some reason. I want to
study
> and learn Japanese so I can understand them better. I wish some people
would
> stop hating and instead starting understanding and getting along. I don't
> think violence and wars will ever go away, as there will always be
violent
> people who only know violence. People can change, but there is always
going
> to be a "party pooper" that has friends/supports, that love to cause
choas
> and ruin. People that can't get along no matter what, needs to be exiled
> form the humam race :)
>
> Anyway, my ranting mood is going away. Sorry for the ranting. Today seems
to
> be a ranting day for a lot of folks here. Maybe it's time for an annual
> ranting day on the GML? :)
>
>
> Aaron aka BlazeEagle
> "Believing a sign of Zeta"
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "garrick lee" <goner4sure@yahoo.com>
> To: <gundam@aeug.org>
> Sent: Friday, March 09, 2001 12:53 AM
> Subject: RE: [gundam] MSG's animation and its North American debut
>
>
> >
> > --- Chris Maier <oom9@crosswinds.net> wrote:
> > > Yeah, but remember that a lot of the stuff in the
> > > movies are reanimation. As
> > > for style, I think the style is fine, it's just the
> > > way things are drawn
> > > that look a little messed up-some of the drawings
> > > look rushed.
> > > Anyway, I think if a lot of people really cared
> > > about the *animation* in
> > > anime, then they'd be watching Disney instead of
> > > anime.(I personally think
> > > the animaton in anime is fine, but it has been
> > > criticized on many
> > > occassions)
> > >
> >
> > personally, i think all the flak that japanese
> > animation gets comes from the overwhelming
> > anti-japanese sentiments of americans. some stupid
> > world war 2 hangover (a pet theory of mine -- as
> > evidenced by my many engagements with anime-hating
> > americans whose arguments often run the gamut of "what
> > the hell would the japs know anyway?")
> >
> > not meaning to offend americans on the list nor
> > belittle all the suffering in world war 2...but you
> > don't get as much anti-anime bias anywhere else except
> > in america -- a country that has an odd sort of
> > respect and fascination as well as disgust and hatred
> > for all things japanese. they'll diss on anything and
> > everything anime just because it's japanese and how it
> > is therefore not "conventional" or "good ol' american"
> > animation. keep pressing them on the issue, and
> > they'll eventually grasp at straws by accusing japan
> > of being a sick country because fascination for
> > schoolgirl upskirt shots and panties. morons. oh
> > well.
> >
> > anyway, it never occurs to them that the actual
> > drawings, inkings and colorings are maybe done by
> > non-japanese people and that anime is anime quite
> > simply because it's churned out by japanese studios
> > (at least, that's my definition of "anime").
> >
> > anyway...enough ranting from me.
> >
> > -garr
> >
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