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: Evgenie Medvedev 2:5020/207.207 p 23 97 11:51
: Igor Ustinov p 24 97 16:20
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PING Igor?
Sunday December 21 1997 22:52, Igor Ustinov wrote to Boris Ivanov:
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Evgenie Medvedev AKA Express AKA Nozomu AKA Hematite [RAnMa][Team CPT],
... The rat race is over. The rats won.

: Evgenie Medvedev 2:5020/207.207 p 23 97 11:52
: Alex Lapshin p 24 97 16:20
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PING Alex?
Sunday December 21 1997 23:13, Alex Lapshin wrote to Boris Ivanov:
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: Moderator Of Ru.Anime 2:5020/207.207 p 23 97 11:58
: Boris Ivanov p 24 97 16:20
: Pocket Monsters

PING Boris?
Monday December 22 1997 03:19, Boris Ivanov wrote to All:
               Over 600 reportedly sickened after Pocket Monsters anime airing
Evgenie Medvedev AKA Express AKA Nozomu AKA Hematite [RAnMa][Team CPT],
... Moon Prism Power, WAKE UP!

: Boris Ivanov 2:5020/779.90 p 23 97 13:14
: Ilya Kochetov p 24 97 16:20
: Re: Ghost in the Shell: She smile like an angel

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: Boris Ivanov 2:5020/779.90 p 23 97 13:41
: All p 24 97 16:20
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               -== ut of DICT.TXT ==-
The Anime Dictionary of common terms or acronyms
Dictionary of common terms or acronyms used when discussing manga or anime
with Otaku. Sometimes you wished you never did (^_^)
1. 5IF - (lit. Fifth Invasion Force) 1) A group of aliens which all
resemble really cute girls which some Otaku believe have already taken
over the world. "Previous invasion forces, the 1IF, 2IF, etc. tried to
use superior physical strength, super technology, or other advantages
to invade the world. Needless to say, they failed. The 5IF which
utilized their cuteness, were successful. Look at all of reality (the
Anime world) for proof."
2. Aberration - 1) An instance of "temporary insanity", in which the
Otaku considers not being an Otaku, but discards once he "comes to his
senses". "The other day I had an Aberration, but it quickly passed."
3. Action - 1) Something taking place within an Anime, or at a major
Otaku convention. 2) "non-action" - something taking place outside of
Otakudom, or solely in "real life" and therefore having no bearing to
a true Otaku. "Paying your taxes is a non-action."
4. AD - 1) "lit. After Death of Tezuka Osama" - A date system in which
the year AD 0 begins at the death of "the father of Anime/Manga", and
goes on from there.
5. Alive - (Live, living) - 1) Being an Otaku. "I will be alive until I
6. Angry - 1) Someone who doesn t like Anime or Manga. "He s a very angry
person inside."
7. Anime - 1) Animated episode, movie, or the like. These resemble Disney
animated movies for the most part, only are many steps above Disney
for a number of reasons.
8. AO - 1) Advanced Organization. Refers to any Otaku circle or
organization or one dedicated to discussing, collecting, or creating
manga or anime. "CLAMP is an AO. The US House of Representatives or
the Office of the President is not."
9. Ascended / "grown up" - 1) An otaku or circle member who has no RL.
Sometimes sarcastic, but some otaku consider it a compliment. "I guess
I ve finally grown up, I don t have anything to do other than watch
10. B - 1) B-type blood. 2) (lit. Bureau) - The intelligence and
counterintelligence arm of many Otaku circles. Generally refers to the
member charged intelligence gather and infiltration. "Our B turned
up dead one day with a bullet in his head. Since then, no one s wanted
to take over the position."
11. Bishoujo, Bijin - 1) A pretty girl.
12. BIS - 1) When used as a prefix to a number, it means the number of
members in an Otaku circle. "Last I checked it was 42 BIS."
13. Book one - 1) A manga Otaku s favorite manga. "For me, Book one is
definately Ranma 1/2."
14. Bootlegger - (BL) 1) An unscrupulous individual who sells fan subs, or
copied commercial releases for profit.
15. Buzz - 1) Babble on about something irrelevant, whine. "Don t buzz on
about having to eat. I just don t care. Talk about reality."
16. Circle - 1) A close-knit group of friends with similar interests. "In
Japan, there are many different types of Circles, manga/anime circles,
production circles, drawing/art circles, lolicon circles, political
circles, tennis circles, weapon/gun circles, and so on."
17. -chan - 1) Almost always insulting when used between equals. 2)
Endearing personal suffix, used between lovers, parents talking to
children, or between girls.
18. Con - 1) Convention. (literally to deceive or convince by underhanded
19. Clear - To remove all resistance. "We cleared out the TV room in the
public library and then finally were able to use it to get some work
20. Clunker - (literally car, computer) 1) An aged VCR or LD player.
21. Crook - (crooked, cranky, criminal) - Someone that dislikes Otaku-ism
or anime/manga. "Obviously, the solution is to build jails and, once
caught, put the criminals into them."
22. Cycle - 1) Day. "Help! Get me some Food! I haven t seen UY in 3
cycles! I m dying!"
23. Die - 1) Stop being an Otaku. "Jake almost died the other day, but I
managed to keep him alive by offering to let him borrow my Usagi
blow-up doll." 2) Leave a circle. "We ve had two people in a circle
die in the last month! Something s got to be done!"
24. Dispatch - 1) Neutralize or destroy. Generally refers to
vehicles/machines and not people.
25. Doujinshi - 1) A magazine-type publication with borrows characters
from well known manga or anime, but has original stories.
26. Ecchi - (H) 1) Perverted, having sexual content. "This issue of Ranma
is definitely Ecchi, very H."
27. Enlightened - 1) Understands otaku-speak. "After talking with the club
a little bit, I was sure I was surrounded by enlightened individuals."
28. Grease - 1) Money, funding, dues. "Sure, I can ack you some Lunatic
Party Doujinshi. But I ll need some extra grease on the side."
29. Hammer Down - 1) "Go for it" - give it all you ve got. 2) "Speed up!"
30. Hentai - 1) Pervert, perverted. "Don t be so hentai!"
31. Ii na - 1) yes, that s right, good luck, okay, ..., very dependent on
32. Incog - 1) Offbeat, unusual, strange, abnormal. "Some otaku believe
that all bodily needs such as bathing, deodorant, eating, drinking,
and exercise are incog ."
33. Iscandar - 1) A prison-planet from "Star Blazers", an old Anime. A
really bad place. "I d rather go to Iscandar than fight that thing!"
34. Iya, Iya-da! - 1) No, no way, I m not (doing that).
35. John - 1) A lone cop. 2) "Big John" - Federal agents, or the
government in general.
36. Joke - 1) Real Life. "That new guy is so hung up in the joke he can t
just enjoy reality (Anime)."
37. Juice - 1) Power, electricity. "The power company cut the juice to my
house so I can t watch Anime anymore."
38. Kososhiseneruu - 1) lit. "go to sleep and shit in your pants".
Extremely insulting. Use with caution.
39. Kuso - (literally "shit") 1) "Damn", as in "Damn it!".
40. Level 5 - 1) The highest level that an Otaku can reach, something that
many aspire too. At this "level of existance" the Otaku professes to
living in a total anime-based world.
41. Lolicon - 1) Lolita complex. "When the FBI busted our Lolicon circle,
I sold out and ratted on all my friends."
42. Manga - 1) Japanese "comics". Unlike american comics, everything is
done by a single author (most of the time), and they have a mainstream
following. Though its becoming less uncommon for authors to have
assistants. For instance Kakinouchi Narumi has her husband help her
draw parts of her manga s. Manga accounts for 30% of all book sales in
Japan. (Bunko, Takoubon are compilations of manga).
43. Mecha - 1) Giant robot. 2) Any type of cool-looking vehicle. 3)
"mechamecha" - totally messed up.
44. Mon - (literally "man") 1) "Man", as in "Oh man! This sucks."
45. NB - Nosebleed.
46. Neko - (literally "cat") 1) Submissive, as in a submissive partner.
"I m not your cat!"
47. Obasan - 1) Old lady. Insulting.
48. Offload - 1) Expel, get rid off. Nicer way of saying "die". "Ben
refused to pay his dues twice, so he was offloaded by our circle."
49. Otenba - (Otenpa) 1) Tomboy.
50. Pop - 1) To kill someone with a gun. "The John (cop) wasn t letting
up, till Benny popped him with a .44."
51. Prowler - 1) A police car, a cop, the law. "Ned, who had the largest
collection of pirate and bootleg tapes: he got into trouble one day
with the prowlers and was never seen from again."
52. Race - 1) Real life. "Why should I run the race when I can watch anime
all day?"
53. Rabbit Ears - 1) A coded warning that a cop is nearby. "We were about
to drop off the Son May CDs but then our watcher yelled rabbit ears!
and we had to abort."
54. Reality - 1) The collective world of all anime and manga ever made.
"Sure, so a crank told you so-and-so. But in reality, what is the
answer? Hmm?"
55. Rot - 1) Laser rot. Old LDs tend to turn yellow and degrade in picture
quality over time. Newer ones supposedly don t do this.
56. Sailor Moon - (BSSM, SM) 1) Bishoujo Senshi Sera Muun (Pretty Soldier
Sailor Moon), a popular manga aimed at younger girls, aged 6 to 14.
57. -sama - (o-) 1) Honorable prefix/suffix. respected, big, ...
58. Screamer - A police car, especially one with the siren on. "Ain t the
guy in that screamer weird? He runs his siren just for company."
59. Seinen - 1) Manga aimed at adult men, like salary men.
60. Service Shot - 1) A sequence in Anime that "does service to hentai fan
boys". That is totally meaningless regarding the plot and story, but
depicts naked girls, sex, rape, or such. "In my club the prez was a
total Hentai, he d always slow-step through Ami s Transformation
sequence and other service shots. "
61. Self-determination [lacking in] - 1) Dislikes Anime. "Sure, I tried
showing Harry UY, only to find he was rather lacking in
Self-determination. He s just another Crook."
62. Shoujo - (Shojo) - 1) Manga aimed at young girls. 2) A girl.
63. Shonen - 1) Manga aimed at young boys. Generally the most popular genre.
64. SO - 1) Sell out. If an illegal circle is broken, sometimes members
will sell out and rat on their friends in exchange for immunity or
lax/reduced prosecution. "When a circle is broken, the first guy to SO
generally gets the sweetest deal."
65. Stone - 1) Similar to "rock" in english, a planet. 2) "Third stone" -
66. TR - (lit. "True Reality") 1) Canon, actually happened in the official
manga/anime; in the Otaku "world". "It is not TR that Marumo kissed
Ami, just b cos so-and-so s Fanfic said so." 2) A part of the Otaku
mindset. "So what if Clinton says I must pay taxes. It s not TR, so I
won t."
67. Urusei Yatsura - (UY) Urusei Yatsura. A shonen series, sci-fi/romance/
humor which is historically the most popular Anime (when it was being
68. Wash Up - 1) Not admit being an Otaku. "I m going on a date tonight.
Gotta wash up."
69. Wet - 1) The part of a machine that still maintains some humanity. 2)
"Wet- ware", software to make a robot seem more human. 3) Having to do
with people in general. 4) "Wet Work" - Assassination. "After doing
Wet Work for my circle the third time, it stopped bothering me."
70. Work - 1) Watch Anime. "Sure I d love to go on a date, Miss, but I
gotta go home and work."
71. Yasashii - 1) Easy.
This page and it s contents (C) 1997 Voodoo Tuning - The Netherlands
               -== End of DICT.TXT ==-



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