- 1 ：名無しさん＠お腹いっぱい。：2007/03/04(日) 22:10:05 ID:???0
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- 700 ：名無しさん＠お腹いっぱい。：2007/03/11(日) 21:34:11 ID:???0
- Can I shoot a question about English here, Magi?
I've always wondered how native speakers use movie/cinema/film and
picture/image. I think each word is different from each other, I mean
how they sound - formal, humorus, oldfashioned, or what not. But
I have the slightest idea how to sort them out.
By the way, have you ever heard of "college saga" and "it's over 9000!!" on youtube, Magi?
I stumbled on them today. And I think both of them are well created.
In particular, "it's over 9000" hooked me. I have a thing about hilarious videos.
If you haven't seen the videos, I recommend to you to have a look. :)
Not that I know lots about America, but just because the American media
broadcast American celebs a lot doesn't mean ordinary people don't have the rights
to make a complain, much less to get killed due to what they say.
- 701 ：名無しさん＠お腹いっぱい。：2007/03/11(日) 21:53:48 ID:???0
I'm not sure exactly what the Kago incident was like, but
I know she got kicked out from the J-showbiz world only because
she smoke though she was a minor. As you may know, the Japan's
civil law stipulates that you can't smoke while you are underaged -
to be exact, until 20 years of age. But yeah, I think you are right.
she sure broke the rule, but it's gone too far this case.
I understand her fans were upset when they know the news, but did she
deserve the punishment? There are many famous talents that did drugs
and still have been active on TV. The thing is, it's a bit unfair
what the punishment will be like changes.
Anyway, she might come back sometime, in my opinion.
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