Saturday, May 24, 2008

Shocked

ヒューズの遺産が閉鎖しました。ショック・・・

It's sad. Very sad. This is the time when true love shows. To some people, getting into FMA is just a trendy thing to do. But the ones who really love it because they understand it's value, will continue.

What puzzles me is, why do so many Japanese sites have to disappear when they decide to quit? It's like getting rid of the evidence or something. Erasing the fact that you loved that show so much. Are you saying you hate it now? Hate it so much that you deny all history of loving it? This, doesn't only make me sad. It makes me angry too.

4 comments:

IS said...

過去にも使わせていただきました。
閉鎖?何があったんだろう?
本業が忙しくなったとか?

やっと拝見しました。約束の日
はたして兄弟は元に戻れるのか??
実現する日は近いです。
「となると最終回も近いのだろうか?
26日で誕生日迎えました。
また歳をとってしまった 汗
この歳から健康診断で、バリウムを飲むはめ
に、うう・・・バリウム正直まずかったです

MC said...

ファンサイト閉鎖の理由は90%以上、作品に飽きたと断言できます。特にログを削除するサイト。まるで証拠隠滅。その作品を愛した事を完全否定するみたいに。悲しい、悲しいです。(T_T)
誕生日おめでとう!カードは遅くなってすみません!(>_<;)バリウムを飲んだ事ないけど、いつか避けられないかな・・・(汗)

non said...

Hi, I know its kind of late to be commenting, but I wanted to have a say in this "disappearing" business.
It's just my idea, but I think there is an idea in Japan that 中途半端に続ける(sorry I can't think of the Englsih translation for this) isn't good. It just isn't "beautiful". From my experience, Japanese people like to "start things new" by quitting what they were doing completely. それで、自分の気持ちにも区切りをつけるためにやめるんじゃないでしょうか。
個人的な意見を長々と失礼いたしました。

MC said...

Hi Non! Thanks for your comment. I appreciate your input. So... I see, it's a "Japanese way", right? But if someone is a big enough fan, I'd expect he/she to leave some footprints behind, even though the site can be frozen and not have any new updates. Well, it's just me, though. (^_^;)