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Name:[Vivid] Namiuchigiwa no Muromi-san - 01 [04AAE0FA].mkvDate:2013-04-07, 04:30 UTC
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Stardom:22 fans.File size:240.9 MiB
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New group, long-time fansubbers. Here's our first show of the Spring 2013 season. Hope you enjoy it!

This is a 720p release encoded in 10bit h264. If you have any problems with playback or subtitle rendering, please make sure you're using the latest version of the CCCP.

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legendaryguy
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2013-04-07 at 04:36 UTC
vivid video?
sekuhara
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2013-04-07 at 05:29 UTC
cool little show, nice release. thanks gang
SteveHayate
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2013-04-07 at 05:33 UTC
Can i ask Vivid what background of fansubbing groups you guys were from?
legendaryguy
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2013-04-07 at 05:49 UTC
@SteveHayate, good enough to be trusted upon first ever torrent release.
Dems
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2013-04-07 at 05:54 UTC
This is pretty good. The show and your work too.
Thank you, guys. (:
What else are you doing of this season?
sekuhara
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2013-04-07 at 06:04 UTC
UTW's site isn't loading for me at the moment, but I'm pretty sure Suisei no Gargantia was gonna be a UTW-Vivid joint
SteveHayate
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2013-04-07 at 07:11 UTC
Nahh i meant the individual staff themselves where they were affiliated from what groups they we're once in, but dont matter seems Evetaku are doing it
EDIT: ok maybe they aren't thank you kind Vivid-sama-tachi
Kitsch GTR
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2013-04-07 at 08:51 UTC
Thanks.
derpmagic
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2013-04-07 at 12:24 UTC
New group huh. Don't want to judge before watching the episode but I can smell the honorific faggotry from here. Nevertheless giving it a shot in case I'm wrong.
budmaster
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2013-04-07 at 13:18 UTC
@derpmagic
go watch gg, filthy cancer
mugen ni
User
2013-04-07 at 17:37 UTC
I can't understand how ppl can hate honorifics so much and still watch anime. I'm surprised you haven't blown your brains out everytime a Japanese person utters an honorific.

Vivid features Commie members that must be trying to hide from their stench to attract new downloads, so we can safely assume there is no honorifics and KFX.
lighter235
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2013-04-07 at 19:35 UTC
there are, though
DerpltonBanks
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2013-04-07 at 20:23 UTC
>Recommending CCCP
Subgroup status: Pass.
tehc
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2013-04-07 at 20:40 UTC
>honourifics
absolutely_disgusting.png
erejnion
User
2013-04-07 at 23:16 UTC
@budmaster
iirc, Xythar has edited for [gg]

btw is the translation the CR one, or?
Gadorach
User
2013-04-08 at 10:11 UTC
So, am I the only one who noticed the death metal singing in the OP, or is it being overshadowed by the significance of a new group? xD
nihil
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2013-04-08 at 22:47 UTC
>death metal

shit why didn't I watch this sooner
erejnion
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2013-04-11 at 17:02 UTC
The opening was fucking awesome, you are certainly not alone on this.
r3zs1ckn3ss
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2013-06-01 at 07:21 UTC
@derpmagic :Honorifics is a part of their culture dumbass. Not trying to overstate the obvious. But maybe you should just not watch anime at all or go back to your English dubbed shit on a stick. Because every otaku here knows that dubs ruin the whole persona of every character that gets some lame ass whiney American voice crammed into it.
SiTTiNGDUCK
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2013-07-03 at 19:13 UTC
+1 r3zs1ckn3ss.

Anyway, if you don't like Japanese Honorifics, you should not watch Japanese animations as well!. We love Japanese because they are honorable, and they are respectful...
There are many other countries or languages that English don't even have a word for it etc.
If the fansubber translates as they says, or as it is then it is okay. If you all still bitching about it, go find another or watch your own Westernize crap you little piece of disrespecting sh*ts.
sarachikorita
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2014-04-03 at 22:07 UTC
English has honorifics too, you know. You just don't usually call them that.

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