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15 January 2014 @ 01:59 pm
Anime and the court  
SOME NEWS:
* "Only 2% of the counties in the U.S. have been responsible for the majority of cases leading to executions since 1976. Likewise, only 2% of the counties are responsible for the majority of today’s death row population and recent death sentences."
* Andrew Cohen on the upcoming year in court battles.
* Quietly, progressives take the driver's seat in America's cities.
* Kevin Drum reminds us that Obamacare is doing fine.
* "What killed the American anime industry?"

 
 
 
MsCongeniality: Fayemscongeniality on January 15th, 2014 07:23 pm (UTC)
The author of the 'What killed the American anime industry' was right, but also didn't take into account the huge switch from physical media (remember entire aisles of anime at Borders or Best Buy anybody?) to streaming media which is where people are going to get their -entirely legal- fix. Who needs the anime rental shop when Crunchyroll, etc. are available in high def through your Playstation?

Don't get me wrong, in my house we have a monster anime collection of both old and new titles, but increasingly we're screening them first via streaming and then buying the ones we know we want to re-watch from specialty vendors.
PMMJ: TVcheetahmaster on January 16th, 2014 07:05 pm (UTC)
That was touched on the comments, but yeah. It's a new world order.