Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Ani-Pock Podcast Episode 006

Ep 006: "We're going with Smexy!"

Episode 6 is here! Today we are joined by Rei and Zaku !

In this episode: New Ani-Pock feature (Jpop radio player), Holy @$#& a ninja video! (video on this blog), and awesome new Gundam toy (giant 5 foot tall figurine)!

Opening theme: "Invoke" from Gundam Seed Anime

Running time: 9:45

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At Oct 11, 2006, 4:44:00 AM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

Kung-Fu skillz? What's Zaku talking about? Shame... Zaku seems culturally confused...
Sapporo is Buying Sleemans!
Canada's third largest Brewery!
Nice impression of the guys at SunRise... >.<

BTW... I noticed something when listenning to Podcast 5... How can Zaku drive in CANADA at the age of 16?
I guess he's not from Ontario...eh?
Ontario has a "Graduated License" system... I've heard drivers from there can use there same license to drive in Japan... too bad Zaku missed out ^^

At Oct 11, 2006, 11:21:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't like this podcast, it lacked in enegery and the subjects wasn't that intresting. It's good that you change people all the time, but maybe you should spend more time to choose who have on your podcast, becuase you have had some really boring people before.
I liked Zaku and Pocky, i could tell they were atleast trying to be intresting.

At Oct 11, 2006, 2:54:00 PM, Anonymous Rei said...

I just realized you guys mentioned Anime Club XD I'm in it!

At Oct 11, 2006, 9:24:00 PM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

Well "Anonymous", you don't really know who is interesting or not, or on what subject until you give people a try...
I could go on and on about politics... but it might not be interesting for everyone... Right?

People have different tastes... You think Zaku was great... I personally think he's a extremely bad representation of Canada... Granted many Canadians I knew were also fixated on anime... many were also Mech Otaku like Zaku... but they were more considerate about other cultures.

But... everyone has their own opinions.

At Oct 12, 2006, 8:28:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, everyone has thier own opinions, and i was giving mine. And i do know who was intresting or not in that podcast, becuase i did give it ago, becuase if i didn't listen to the odcast, that would just be silly.

At Oct 12, 2006, 12:06:00 PM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

"It's good that you change people all the time, but maybe you should spend more time to choose who have on your podcast, becuase you have had some really boring people before."
How can Pocky spend more time picking who would do the podcasts?
How does Pocky know who is going to be boring or not? Pocky doesn't know unless he tries... right?

"I didn't like this podcast, it lacked in enegery and the subjects wasn't that intresting."
Again... some topics are of interest to some people... while it won't be to others... Perhaps people should vote on the subject of the next podcast and who should be on it?

Or perhaps "Anonymous" would like to volunteer and go solo to show us all how an entertainning podcast should be?

At Oct 12, 2006, 4:12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ok, this is not the same anonymous as above...but I'd like to just point one thing out:
These podcasts have been scutinized in some way or another by people since #1, and you can check the blog replies to see for yourself...but this is the first time someone gets yelled at for voicing their opinions...why?

Regardless, I loved this podcast. The topics weren't too interesting to me, but the people were pretty cool, IMO.

At Oct 14, 2006, 6:09:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The podcasts are shoddily put together conversations with no structure, script, or rehearsed procedure, featuring a bunch of children making strange noises down the microphone.

At Oct 15, 2006, 11:48:00 PM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

I wasn`t yelling... Like I said everyone has their own opinions...
But for someone to say that Pocky should work harder on "screening" those who are willing to do podcasts and find topics of more interest is just silly...

No body knows how things are going to turn out until they try... right? As for scripts and rehearsals... how often does someone rehearse what they are going to say when they call up someone on the phone or when they are going to go talk to their friend.

At Oct 16, 2006, 9:21:00 AM, Anonymous Jent-sama said...

If you look back, people have been scrutinized for "voicing their opinions before".

I find it pretty rude to sit here and say whether or not someone was entertaining, especially if you aren't willing to say who you are. Any random person can complain, it takes guts to actually stand by your opinion.

In my opinion, there have been podcasts, that were sort of a wretch to listen to, merely because I was not interested in the subject they were talking about. But as Kami said, I would be interested to here something about current events or politics, and I KNOW that would bore 95% of the people that come to this site.

You know, what I love most about Pocky's podcasts is his willingness to involve his community. There are few webmasters that show the slightest interest in getting to know the people that come to their site.


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