Your champion demands your finest meats and cheeses! And smooches!

SOPA was sailing through on its way to becoming law.  Then Edohiguma puts his foot down right here, on this very  site.

And the cockroaches immediately began to seek shelter.

E’s impassioned defense of freedom played its part, but you know what they say is most important…location, location, location.   So I’ll be kill-stealing this one.  The W.O.R.M has saved the day!

Go, wormme, go!  Who da man?  Bring me tribute, for I have saved the very Internet!  Though no reward could possibly measure up to my…

Glavin!  Er, that is to say…your offering is acceptable.

The rest of you may go.

About wormme

I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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17 Responses to Your champion demands your finest meats and cheeses! And smooches!

  1. Edohiguma says:

    I didn’t do anything. TotalBiscuit made the case. I just passed on his word.

  2. Xpat says:

    Good going, dragonslayers.

    OT, Risou no Musuko is looking to be a good drama. (“I’m not a mama’s boy, I just love my mommy.”)

    • Edohiguma says:

      Seems to be a good season. A couple of interesting dramas around. Strawberry Night being one of them.

      • Xpat says:

        Good heads up. That’s on tomorrow night. I’ll try to watch it.

        • Edohiguma says:

          Waiting for this myself (and the movie it belongs to:)

          Nobody derps as good as Shida Mirai.

          • Xpat says:

            Hmm. Possibly I liked last season better overall. (Kaseifu no Mita!)

            This one looks like AKB48 had The Blair Witch Project’s baby.

          • Edohiguma says:

            Now that’s just uncalled for. Shida Mirai can act better than the whole band of AKB48 and all their spin-offs together. Even nailed an Oscar nomination (didn’t win, of course, since the Oscar is handed out based on political correctness.)

          • Xpat says:

            Sorry! I was characterizing mostly the preview itself, not the gal in particular.

          • Edohiguma says:

            On your knees! Walk like this to the office of Ken-On and apologize! 😛

          • Xpat says:


            I saw Strawberry Night tonight. I’m not a huge fan of police dramas in general but it looks to be interesting. What is especially fascinating is to see Tetsuya Takeda, everybody’s bumbling nice guy, play the role of a vicious, rogue cop. He does it astoundingly well, a bit like the very disturbing role Nick Nolte played in the movie Q and A. I’m not sure about the lead female in S.N. I’ll have to watch the character develop and see if she can pull this off. A very demanding role. Is she too young and pretty for it?

          • Edohiguma says:

            Takeuchi should be old enough at 32, and she’s been around long enough and in plenty challenging stuff to have developed enough skills (unlike FukaKyon.) SN actually had a special like 2 years ago, which was very well received.

            I found it ok so far, but I don’t see it defeat Shinzanmono in my list. The top 3 detective dramas for me are Aibou, Kariya and then Shinzanmono. The rest is usually not so amazing. There’s one never-ending series witha female detective in Kyoto and the Kansai area in general, which isn’t so bad, but I don’t remember the name and I don’t watch it regularly.

  3. Southern Man says:

    We bow in humility and gratitude before our new WORM overlord.

  4. SeanB says:

    They go back to suck tomorrow………..

    Then they will do whatever their backers say.

    Just for Edohiguma

    Mt Fuji

    Enjoy, it is on the wall here.

    • wormme says:

      That is so beautiful. Amazing.

      • SeanB says:

        My father got that in Japan when he went to visit the Toyodo plant to get design ideas. He was very impressed with both the country and the people, almost always able to speak english ( or knowing somebody who did) and who were very patient with his broken Japanese. A range of truck trailers came out of that, many of which are still running today, despite Henred not being in business for many years.

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