This week, my brother who lives in another states than me, came over for a few days for the holiday-week. For an early christmas present, he gave my sister and I both different DVDs. My sister got some Paramore Unplugged Live DVD, and I got… AAA 2008 Live DVD! I was so happy when I got it. I smiled all the way through the live. I loved it! This would be the 2nd time I got a japanese-singer’s merchandise.
However, i’m kind of disappointed in myself, because I promised myself I wouldn’t ask for anything this year because I didn’t get a job (like my mother asked for me to get) this year, or stuff like that.. So, for my punishment, I wouldn’t get anything for Christmas.. Well, obviously, that didn’t succeed. However, i’m real grateful for my brother. :heart:
That same day, I watched most of it with my dad.. of course, he wasn’t a big fan of japanese music, but once he saw the live, I was real supportive of Arashi’s style in their songs. (“They are nothing like these rappers we have on the radio now a days..” He would say.) Which, i’m really happy about.
This drama was very intense. Also, romantic, suspecful, and hot (hosts<33). *q* I loved Sasaki Kuronsuke was an amazing actor. I’m not such a good critic, so i’ll keep this short. I liked it over all, but, in the beginning, I was kind of off about it, you know? From Episode 1 to the end of episode 3(?) there was a character named Eagle-san (Igarashi Shunji). He was a crotchblocker for Kohei-san.(lol) Kohei-san wanted to successed in the host buisness, but Eagel-san, and everybody else was just bashing him to the ground. I know that was intense, too, but all of a sudden Eagel-san left the show. All i’m saying is that it bothered me that Eagle-san - the main Antagonist - just left the show without a fight. So then I stopped watching it for a while. But, since I love Sasaki so much, I decided to watch it again. I’m glad I did. :P