Okay, enough. Blushing's not good for an old man. Back to topic.
One of my anime/manga goals is to collect everything by Miyazaki. So far I have Spirited Away, Kiki's Delivery Service, Castle in the Sky, Princess Mononoke, and what I consider one of the most powerful indictments of war ever made, Grave of the Fireflies; man, that movie brings me to tears (you won't see me crying in public though, you won't). That means I have about 40% of his movies, but none of his manga. What I need is a money tree to get the rest, now that Disney is finally putting them out, specially My Neighbor Totoro, which was hard to get a hold of not long ago.
My other goal is to collect every manga by Clamp, and their anime that catches my eye. Right now, that's pretty much every one!
Sure yer not a money tree, IV?
Faith is what credulity becomes when it finally achieves escape velocity from the constraints of terrestrial discourse- reasonableness, internal coherence, civility, and candor. Thus, the men who commited the atrocities of September 11 were neither cowards nor lunatics of any sort, but Men of Faith- perfect faith- and this, it must finally be acknowleged, is a terrible thing to be.