Another scrumptious episode of Bulbacast has been uploaded to YouTube. Watch it here. I hope you don't feel desserted after watching this one.
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I had to renew my visa last year and I just told them that I was a university student. But if you don't have a job or anything right now, I suppose that it won't be easy to convince them. It's a moot point because you'll need a job anyway for the trip, right? But it probably needs to be a permanent job.
I visited Nintendo World in 2007, but I don't remember doing much there. I didn't bother returning during my last visit to NYC a year ago; there was a launch event for XY, but that just isn't my kind of thing.
Why is it hard to get a tourist visa? You just go to the embassy and answer a few questions (they just want to know that you won't move to the US). It might be tricky if you don't have any occupation tying you to Israel, though.
I downloaded the Member's Card and Oak's Letter for Platinum.
Yes, I enjoyed the show. If to be honest, I didn't even watch the entire first episode the first time around, so I got the wrong impression. I am not too familiar with the Magical Girl genre, but I'm glad that Puella Magi is a deconstruction of it.
I wonder if Homura will ever get a happy ending? The end of the show wasn't that bad for her, but still.
Yes, I'm sure. For whatever reason I won't even have enough room if I delete everything except for my digital Y version; the math doesn't make sense, but whatever. Plus, I've already watched what few plot elements the demo has, and I won't even buy ORAS unless there is a major surprise left.
I've sent you a PM with the code. I only ask that you give any other code to The Outrage in case he doesn't get the newsletter and is still interested in the demo.