Endro! Okay, it’s not from this season, but I did binge-watch it again over the weekend, and it remains charming and fresh.
It delivered more cute monster girls. This is all I really needed it to do.
If it were any fluffier, it would float away. I’m okay with that for now.
Don’t ask me why Crunchyroll rolled over to season 1 after I watched last week’s episode. This was briefly confusing, since I thought we’d already had the recap…
This episode continues the trend of being less wacky, more character-driven. Not at all what I was expecting based on the first season, but well-done.
Yeah, Crunchyroll did the same rollover with this series, but I caught it before wasting any time rewatching the first episode. In German.
Given how much time was spent on the B Ark this time, though, that might have been preferable.
(arachne is unrelated)
Episode 1: “Holy tentakoo wape!”
Episode 2: Good news: more sources of eye candy. Bad news: rapper in the OP and ED. At least with the ED, the dancing chibis take some of the sting out.
The story? Boobs.
…next season. The end of it, anyway, because Fall is when we’re supposed to get another season of The Grooming Of The Raccoon Child Bride. Also a series about girls playing ice hockey, which would only be worthwhile if the games devolve into real hockey fights and they MCSA each other. Probably not going to happen, so that’s out.
After I hit up the vaccine rodeo on Saturday, I should have time to finish cleaning up the current state of Virginia’s story and start working on more. This has become more urgent due to Jack drifting back into my brain and getting a first start at an opening scene.
And when I say “rodeo”, I mean that the only place I could get a vaccine appointment scheduled was the mass drive-in event at the Salinas Sports Complex, home of the California Rodeo.
Why do I suspect that one of these claims is not true?
Perhaps the most interesting thing about it is that Amazon had it as a front-page lightning deal, and yet clicking through shows it as: “This item cannot be shipped to your selected delivery location.”
…that if you use the on-disk queueing feature in
rsyslog to robustly deliver logs to a
central server after a network outage, and the contents of any of
those queues is corrupted by a bad server crash,
segfault at startup without even a tiny hint about what’s wrong, even
if you turn on debug output or run it under
Also, your monitoring system really ought to check that
not segfaulting at startup.
Codecov compromised. In January, and they didn’t find out until April 1st.
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