MonoChrome Factor (モノクローム・ファクター)



The story revolves around high school student Akira Nikaido, a typical slacker living a normal life. That is, until he meets the mysterious Shirogane, a man who suddenly appears and tells him that they have a destiny together. When Akira hears this, he is shocked and doesn't believe a word of it. Aya, a friend of Akira, forgets something in the school one night, and asks Akira to help her and go find it. He agrees, and while there, he gets attacked by a shadow monster. Shirogane convinces him that the balance between the human world and the shadow world has been distorted and that Akira must become a "shin"- a creature of the shadow world- in order to help restore the balance. The anime has shōnen-ai themes which are completely absent from the manga.


Rating:  69696969

Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 7, 2008 to Sep 29, 2008
Producers: GENCO
Genres: Action, Supernatural
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Shadow Of An Unseen Figure Beside Me by Rudy Martin



Summary: Shadow of human figure cast on leaves of a tree by yellow light without light source.

This incident occurred in 1972 or 73 while living with my parents at the time. At my leisure, I enjoyed climbing up the roof of the old house at night. Part of the roof over one of the bedrooms was A shaped, like an inverted trough. I would lay my back on the incline of this A, gaze at the stars and feel the cool breeze brush against my arms. A few yards from here, there was a tree. I would usually see its leaves waving and swaying, as if smiling happily with the breeze. One night I was at this usual spot, gazing at the stars that littered the moonless sky when a light lit on the tree as though beamed from a distant source behind the
A. It was like the light from the headlamp of a vehicle. I stood up and looked at where the light had come from. It was impossible for a vehicle light to reach up that high past the roof and on to the tree. Well, I thought, there was always a possibility that a car just happened to beam its lights up there. So the night just passed by like any other.

I was again up on the roof one night, again enjoying the view. Again a light lit on the tree. It was the same kind of light which appeared to have been beamed from behind my back, but this time a shadow appeared on the tree. It was that of a short human figure, more like a dwarf with tangles of what appeared to be the cloth strips or gauze on a mummy. The shadow walked down from the tip of the A, bow-legged as if climbing down a mountain, then disappeared into the shadow of the roof on the tree. From the position of both the shadow of the figure and that of the roof on the tree, it appears that the figure, what ever it was, had climbed down from the top of the A on the roof, walked past beside my left arm and down the roof. But I saw nobody climb down the incline of the A and walk past beside me. I just saw its shadow on the tree.

C:  Older Generations always warn us to never look up at trees at night.  You might be greeted by the unknown.  If you are lucky you are safe. If you are not....  then good luck and pray hard.



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Quote Of The Day I






恋 (Love)








Love needs no teaching.

Love makes all men equal.

Love is without reason.

Love is blind.

Love becomes deep easily,
but cools down soon.


This is ... "Love"





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Hahaha! What the Fish!



Oh Ya... Bad Kitty







Supernatural Camera? by Rudy Martin


Summary: Flashes of lights without light sources seen in dark hallways.

Sometime in 1971, a devastating typhoon had just passed by the city. There was a power outage but business had to be as usual. I can't recall any longer why I had to be at the building of this telephone company where I had worked years before. I had just entered the door when one of the payroll clerks recognized me. He knew my name but asked me to confirm anyway, and said that I had some back wages from the union labor strike of which I used to be a member. The elevator was shut, so we went down several long steps and as we walked into the dark hallways towards the payroll office, lights flashed behind corners ahead of us just like those from a camera. I thought the flashes were from sparks from electrical shorts in the building, so I asked the man if electric repairs were in progress. He replied no way and said they were temporarily using kerosene lamps for light. Apparently, he did not see the light flashes behind those many dark corners! I got a pretty sum of union back wages that day for a labor strike some 4 or 5 years before!

Chanel:  Don't forget to say EEEEKS.



The Typewritter by Rudy Martin


Summary: Electric typewriter carriage moved by itself. Deep voice heard.

This incident, which I will never forget, happened sometime in 1970. I was working for an engineering office at the time. I came from my office on the other side of the compound and entered this administrative office to see and talk to one of the staff. Everyone had left to lunch so I sat for a while, trying to decide whether to sit longer and wait or leave and call for a meeting with that person later. I decided to leave. As I was walking past one of the tables, the carriage of the electric typewriter sitting on it suddenly and by itself shifted to the left, then back to its neutral position on the right. Out of curiosity, I tinkered a little bit with the typewriter to see why it moved by itself. I confirmed to myself that there were only two things that could move the carriage to the left: depress the tab key or depress the space bar. The carriage could return to its neutral right position only by hand. Could there have been an electrical malfunction? I watched for a little bit longer to see what else the typewriter would be doing. It stood as still as it should, and did nothing!

As I was about to leave the door, I was making a mental note so I wouldn't forget to call this person later but I just couldn't remember his name. I had worked with him as one of the staff too long to forget his name. In fact, I definitely was planning to see this person by name when I entered the office. But at this point I just couldn't remember it no matter how hard I tried. Then all of a sudden I heard a voice say the name of the person. It was a very deep, low-toned mellow voice (just like a distant deep low tone thunder). This incident happened on the day of the Equinox.

Chanel: He should be grateful that the typewritter didn't go flying in his face.


10 Promises to My Dog - いぬ と わたし の 10 の やくそく


Get out your hankies, guys. It’s yet another tearjerker from Japan. But this time there’s a puppy on the cover! Frankly, that’s about the only thing that could draw me into one of these things, as I usually resent the inherent manipulative nature of the tear-jerking genre.

Katsuhide Motoki’s 10 Promises to My Dog is actually an adaptation of a Hare Kawaguchi novel which was inspired by the anonymously-authored “The Ten Commandments of Dog Ownership”, a list of specific rules of dog ownership as explained from a dog’s perspective. The film gives examples of each of these rules via a girl’s relationship with her dog as the two grow up together and lean on each other for support. While this may not be the pinnacle of innovation as far as setups go, it is a genuinely sweet movie with the power to reduce even the most modest of dog lovers to a blubbering mess.


As we’re introduced to the Saito family, it soon becomes apparent that Akari feels somewhat neglected by her father as he chases success in his career as a top surgeon at the expense of time spent at home with his wife and daughter.  Akari decides that she wants a dog to keep her company. One day she returns home from school and notices a tiny, wobbly-legged golden retriever puppy in her back yard. She calls out and chases it, but before she can catch it the phone rings. Her mother has been rushed to the hospital for what will eventually be revealed to be terminal cancer.

When Akari visits the hospital, her mother helps her name the dog “Socks” for the lightly colored fur on her paws. She then gives Akari the list of “Ten Promises” from Socks’s perspective as follows:

1) Listen patiently to what I have to say.
2) Trust me, for I am always on your side.
3) Play with me a lot.
4) Don’t forget that I have feelings too.
5) Let’s never fight, ‘Cause someday, I’ll be big enough to win.
6) If I don’t obey you, I have a good reason.
7) You have school, and friends. But as for me, I only have you.
8) Stay my best friend even when I’m old.
9) I’ll only live about ten years, so let’s make every moment count.
10) I’ll never forget our life together. So when my time comes, please be by my side.

After Akari’s mom dies, Socks helps her get over her sadness—not to mention a stress-induced neck cramp—by always being with her and cheering her up when she’s down. Over the next few years, Akari’s father quits his career as a surgeon and decides to build a small clinic in their house in order to spend more time with her. Akari eventually becomes preoccupied with her new job at Asahiyama Zoo. And after being reunited with a childhood friend, Susumu she stops spending as much time with Socks and gets really upset when she acts out. However, an incident with Susumu reminds Akari about how much Socks helped her through a hard time in her own life and she decides to never let that happen again. 

There are absolutely no plot twists or breaking of new ground here; by now we’re all pretty accustomed to the conventions of a tearjerker. But dog lovers should definitely appreciate the overall message of responsibility weaved throughout as Akari’s relationship with Socks progresses from childhood through adulthood. In fact, anyone who has a dog or is planning on getting a dog someday should watch this movie simply to reinforce the one basic idea about dog ownership that seems to get overlooked most: it’s a two-way relationship and your dog completely depends on you for their happiness and well-being. It’s an important thing to remember—even if it takes a sappy, relentlessly sob-inducing movie to remind you.

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Chanel:  Not only dogs.  All these promises apply to all other pets you have.  Be it cats, rabbits, hamsters, birds etc.  They need our love and attention too.  Be a responsible owner.  Be their best friend.



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はじめまして. わたしわChanelです. よろしく おねがいします.
Name: Chanel or Ai (愛)
Country: Singapore
D.O.B: 23 March (Aries)
Blood: B
Height: 170cm
Cigarette: Sempoerna
Colour: Baby colors, Black, Red
Hobby: Reading & Web Surfing
Likes: Mangas, Animes, Books
Dislikes: PERVERTS & Alcohols
Flowers: Pink n White Roses
Music: Jazz, rock, New age, RnB, Jpop & rock
Perfume: Bvlgari Original or Rose
Shampoo: Kose's Precious Rose
Condtioner: Kose's Precious Rose
Body Soap: Kose's Precious Rose
Man: Daddy & M.
Woman: Mom, Sis, Celine & Shirley
Wish: Moving to Japan,
Meeting M.

Smelling romantic is one of my weired habit. Even my bedroom smell of roses. I use Rose fragrance essiential oil, Rose perfume for my pillows, bedsheets and blanket. LoL. Anyway, there is one particular American sitcom that i really love and have the whole collection too. I've been rewatching them for 4 years now. It's called F.R.I.E.N.D.S. They are so funny that i always suffer stomach and face cramp from laughing. I have linked the Episodes here to share with you guys. So if you wanna have really good laughs, watch it.
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