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Hello people...

I would like to get this out here....

2019 is about to come to it's conclusion, so it the 2010s.... And I am just feeling emotional about it... :'(

I mean everything about these 9 years seemed relevant to the modern era. I mean we watched animes

like Puella magi Madoka magica, Re: Zero, A silent voice, Sword art online, Little Witch Academia, Kill la

kill, Angel Beats, Attack on Titan, Food Wars, Magi, AKB0048, K-ON!, Beyond the Boundary etc.

And now we are at the end of 2019 and the 2010s. And now…… I just don’t know how to feel right now…

I mean everything felt modern and holds up to today. But now everything we’ve experience is going to

disappear…. Our fresh opinions, the merchandise we dreamed for, music, the troupes the generes,

everything…. I just wish somethings like whatever is anime we watched would hold up to the 2020s….

Well, I don’t want to see any of the current tropes and common anime genres to be gone in the 2020s….

And some people are gonna look back and say some of those animes look outdated… Myself don’t want

to see anything that the 2010s in anime to go outdated…. Where is the SAO fandom going to go after

the 2010s? How am I going to find people that cosplay as the characters from that anime that came out

in like 2012-2013 in the 2020s? Are Nendoroids and Figmas are going to be a thing of the past?  We are

all going to be in our 30s. The modern anime I have seen aren’t really that retro… The only eras that

people look at the as retro are the 1970s, and the 1980s. Well the 1990s are nostalgic. But 2000-2009-

2010-2019 I find are modern. And I am going to look back and wish I could have had made friends that

like Madoka magica, Sword art online and some Kyoani anime and like to cosplay as them... Now that I

am 25 years old it’s going to be impossible. Because everyone has work, some cosplayers are younger

than me, they are too busy, they don’t have time to come to some anime clubs, I always feel I didn’t

experience so much in the 2010s… I just wish I experienced more for real, like MLP friendship is magic,

Adventure time, Pop figures, Nendoroids, Figmas, The stuff that comes with limited editons of anime

DVD and Blu-rays, and common current day anime troupes and Genres. My parents are going to tell me

in 2020 is keep an open mind so I can have more people in my life. Well I like people that like all of those

animes I’d mentioned… I know I want to like newer anime. And they are going to say talk with the most

trendy thing right now. But these are animes that make me feel mature, young and adult…. And why do

people look at these animes now a look at it as retro or nostalgic. They came out in the Modern era.

They hold up. They aren’t that outdated, retro, old school or classics, they didn’t just came out in 2010-

2019. They’re, I don’t know…. 

I just hope that some anime will just be like the ones in 2010-2019….

Anyway Happy new year 2020.

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Things in the Universe / Why is December 2019 doing this to me?
« on: December 23, 2019, 02:07:56 AM »
Hi people, I know I haven't been on here for a while now but I just need to get this out. I can hardly sleep right now.

So I just noticed that Sword art online : Extra edition on both DVD and Blu-ray and K-ON! limited edition from Sentai filmworks are no longer available on Right stuf.com....

Just why I was looking forward to getting the K-on limited edition and Sentai took my dreams away.... Same for Aniplex too..... They took away my anime dreams. I am still looking for a job and my dreams have been crushed to bits and pieces.... Why does God do this to us? Why can't he give us something to begin with....? Why couldn't he give me the chance? I'm a poor anime fan, and I have little little bit of my own income. My parents say I can't use too much of their money for these limtied editons. And I can't enjoy these animes on my shelf at home with out those limtied edition home media sets. I mean the stuff they come with have items that look like they came from the anime and artbooks that show you all of the character's outfits, items and the lore of the story. I mean these animes hold up to the current day, it dosen't have to be that retro....

What am I going to do if I want to support the creators if I retail no longer sells these limited editions?

Please I need some advice, I am so alone right now and I don't know what to do at a time like this....

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Hello I just have a question here.

When they said that fanime won't download video files above 300MB and tell us to compress our work. Can we send our music video files in a .7z file? I mean if I want to keep my video file with the best quality I would have find a away to compress it. And 7-zip that I use is the answer. So I wonder if the person who downloads the FMV music videos can allow .7z files that contains the music videos.

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Hey people. I have something creative for the fanimecon music video contest to tell you for a long time.

Myself has been wondering if we can have like a TV show intro catagory. Like the only thing we have been doing for parody in our video programing is Trailers at the FMV showings. You know mashing up clips from anime and syncing the trailer audio from the movie trailers. Parody the characters of the movie depending of what anime character's personality and such. And use what anime that is fitting for the type of trailer.

So why not make a TV show intro catagory. Like have some clips from anime which may fit the tone and what the show is about. Like I would use clips from a yuri anime for a Goof troop parody intro. Or make a English USA edited version of an anime for laughs.

That's all I know for my new creative catagory for the FMV contest.

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Dealers Room / Dealer's hall vendors
« on: May 23, 2016, 07:56:15 PM »
Hello I would like to know what the vendors is coming to fanime this year.

I just like to know because I really want some money so I can buy alot of stuff at fanime because I am receiving my "Savage dragon" issue#1" from 1993 comic that is certified by CGC (Comics Guaranty LLC) and it is coming on Friday. I would like to find a multi-pop culture store at the dealer's hall that can buy it from me during the convention.

I'll give you updates on the value when it arrives.

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I have a question, can you sing the songs in English ?

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Meetings, Gatherings, and Get Togethers / Nameless anime 1/10/15 UDATED
« on: January 01, 2015, 01:17:29 PM »
Welcome to Nameless Anime!
For all of you Anime fans in Santa Clara CA wanting to find a place to make friends with the same interest as you then come on down to NAMELESS ANIME ! We are a local Anime programing organization that meets at the Santa Clara library on 2635 Homestead Road, Santa Clara, CA 95051 on the second Saturday of every month. We serve snacks, show anime in Japanese and do raffles. Who ever gets the most stamps on their card wins a prize at the end of the year.

The New Year has arrived and our meeting is January 10th in the Edinger room.
It's been one year since we started the club up and running and our New years resolution is getting more members to join our club.


Hope to see you there !

The schedule for this month is:
Spice and wolf II # 11 12:00pm
Natsume's book of friends # 11 12:30pm
Kaze no yojimbo # 12 12:50pm
Tsuritama # 12 1:15pm
Break and Raffle 1:40pm
Dragon half 2:25pm
Scrapped princess # 14 & 15 3:15pm
Princess Jellyfish # 3:40 pm

Times listed for shows are approximate and are subject to be shown a little earlier than listed

As always, located at the Central Park Library: 2635 Homestead Road, Santa Clara, CA 95051.


Check out these links:
https://www.facebook.com/NamelessAnime
https://twitter.com/NamelessAnime


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