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: Boris Ivanov 2:5020/779.90 p 23 97 08:35
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Hello All!
               -== ut of FANDOM.TXT ==-
8 Stages of Fandom (Otakudom)
I think the real, primary qualification for the Psychotic Fan is that they
have no realization when they ve gone too far. In other words, when they
take the thing they re Fanning about so seriously that they are no longer
capable of even accepting that other people might think they re weird.
To help with proper Fan identification, we here at the department of
extraneous levels and tables have constructed the following Fan-O-Meter to
rate how dangerously whacked a given Fan is.
1. Casual Fan - Acknowledges that anime has it s moments, and will watch if
other people are. Would rather knaw off own leg than have anything to
do with fringe stuff such as Sailor Moon.
2. Fan - Occasionally pokes about in "fan material" in zines and web
pages. Owns a few commercial tapes. Pokes fun at hard-core fans. If
local to an anime club, attends meetings whenever they re showing
something cool and there s nothing better to do.
3. Big Fan - Owns a few fan subtitled tapes. Occasionally takes part in
"fan politics" discussions such as wether Lopa should be strung up by
her toes, wether fan-subbing is moral , and on the merits of sub vs.
dub. Pokes fun at hard-core fans. Will watch fringe stuff like Sailor
Moon and Doji, but will be a bit uncomfortable in doing so, and will
generally poke fun at it.
4. Big, big fan - Chibi otaku. Owns many subtitled tapes. If in college,
also owns a TV and VCR setup -- and does watch things other than anime
on it. Sometimes. Can talk for hours and sometimes days about "fan
politics" issues. If local to an anime club, attends every meeting
unless there s something utterly cool that takes their attention away
from anime. Pokes fun at "hardcore" fans somewhat half-heartedly, as the
jokes are starting to get close to home. Will watch fringe stuff , and
secretly kinda like it. Will generally have a few posters of
mainstream anime on their walls. Attends Cons whenever possible.
5. Big, big, big fan. Otaku - Owns enough anime tapes to stun unprepared
observers. Is generally either an officer in the local club, or the
President. Gets heated up to the point of violence by "fan politics"
issues. Is recognized by name on most anime newsgroups. At this level,
may actually have attracted followers of lesser fanboy nature by sheer
magnitude of fannitude. Pokes fun at "casual" fans. Openly hostile to
anyone who pocks fun at the One True Medium. Has a pocky stick or two on
their person whenever possible. Unabashadly a fan of fringe stuff . If
female, will often dress as Sailor Moon or other fringe characters.
Has large, expensive, full-wall posters of their favorite, generally
fairly obscure, show.
6. Huge fan - Has connections with every fan-subtitler around. Will often
subtitle their own tapes. Owns multiple laser disc players and large
numbers of subtitled Laser discs. Has a non-trivial amount of people who
follow them around because they re such a big fan. Openly scornful of
"fanboys", and incapable of realizing that they are one. Maintains at
least one or more standing good-natured feuds with people whose tastes
in anime run counter to theirs (ie Mecha Fans vs Sentai Fans). Has
life-sized wall hangings of the entire cast of their favorite series. Is
not only the President of the local club, but the acknowledged authority
on anime in the area. Attends so many conventions that they re
considering buying a house in California to live at during "Con Season".
7. Ludicrous Fan. Otaking - Their home anime-watching theatre is so superb
that it costs more than their house. Are considering attempting to get
THX accredition. Are attempting to subsidize UPS by having daily
packages from Japan sent to them. Speaks Japanese fluently, working on
learning Zentran. Knows more about the Far East than the people who live
there. Has everything -- *everything* that relates in any way to their
favorite show, including the $1000-value B-Club Special that went out of
print before they had even become a fan, and the complete set of
animation cells that were smuggled out of AIC headquarters by a ninja
commando team. Is far too cool to get involved in any "lesser" affairs.
Feels completely comfortable dressing as a Sailor Senshi (even if male).
Owns property near every major con area, and lives off the rent from
those places when it s not "Con Season". Considering funding terrorist
attacks on dubbing studios. Completely and utterly insanely addicted to
anime.
8. Burned-Out Fan - No longer capable of prying themselves away from the
television for more than 10 minutes at a time. Has replaced 50-80% of
their body s fluids with caffeine. A living repository of all anime
knowledge. Is insane enough to put most lesser fans off of anime
forever merely by presence. Possible head of underground religious cult
or other such wackiness. Terminal sleep deprivation has convinced them
that they are the reincarnation of their favorite character. Spends
almost every waking second submerged in a world of anime. Memorizes
soundtracks in their sleep.
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: Boris Ivanov 2:5020/779.90 p 23 97 08:36
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Hello All!
               -== ut of OTAKU.TXT ==-
The 25 signs of Otakudom
1. Watches anime to the exclusion of all else
2. Thinks about anime constantly
3. Falls in love with an anime character
4. Introduces elements of anime into role-playing games
5. Knows all the words to anime soundtracks even though he doesn t speak
the language or know what they mean
6. Dreams in anime, rather than lifelike
7. Thinks up crazy schemes to introduce mainstream anime into the US via
prime-time TV.
8. Wonders how all the girls at his college would look in sailors suits
9. Reflexively curses in Japanese, rather than English
10. Compares live girls to anime and finds they don t measure up
11. Spontaneously breaks into anime song as he walks from place to place
(the Ranma theme song, especially)
12. Feels the world would be a better place if everyone had hardsuits
13. Is ashamed to admit how much money he would give for a 33-S buma
14. Thinks up dance moves for the disco music from BGC 1
15. Considers Lum a "babe"
16. Considers Godai and Karinin-san the Japanese Romeo and Juliet
17. Tries to modify a used car to look like a black Griffin, complete with
ram plate
18. Screams the name of an anime character during orgasm
19. Names his children after characters
20. Creates a list of "you know you re an otaku when..."
21. Has no interest in american culture
22. Has a Rumiko Takahashi shrine in his house
23. Has a voodoo doll with Carl Macek s face on it
24. Breaks the kneecaps of people who call them "cartoons"
25. Misses the first 30 seconds of Star Trek because he is trying to find
subtitles to read
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: Boris Ivanov 2:5020/779.90 p 23 97 08:37
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Hello All!
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               6. Dreams in anime, rather than lifelike
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               8. Wonders how all the girls at his college would look in sailors
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               9. Reflexively curses in Japanese, rather than English
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               10. Compares live girls to anime and finds they don t measure up
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               12. Feels the world would be a better place if everyone had hardsuits
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