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Posted on June 02, 2010 at 04:20 PM in Anime | Permalink
I'm cursed. I can't listen to that song without hearing "Heart of Dorkness." And I've listened to it a LOT...
Tim Eldred |
June 02, 2010 at 07:01 PM
It occurs to me that Yuria's forehead is positively massive. No doubt it was on Chiho Saito's mind as she created Wakaba from Revolutionary Girl Utena.
Now I'm wondering what this KIDS POWER the program speaks of is.
Daryl Surat |
June 02, 2010 at 10:45 PM
It would seem that's the title of one of their singles! "KID'S POWER Label", it's called. At least I think, the katakana is hard to parse.
June 03, 2010 at 03:40 PM
It might also be 'Kid's Power Level.' There's probably some wordplay involved, since 'Kodomo' translates to 'child.'
Tim Eldred |
June 05, 2010 at 06:05 PM
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