SAILOR MOON: THE FORBIDDEN EPISODE!
I hadn't thought of looking for it since at least December, but, since the last time I checked YouTube for it, two people have uploaded Sailor Moon R episode 67 otherwise known as the "forbidden episode of Sailor Moon", the filler episode with the girls in swimsuits (not the first swimsuit episode, I know) and Chibi-Usa (Rini) befriending a plesiosaur (a sea-going dinosaur), and the episode that is reputedly so awful that Sailor Moon creator Naoko Takeuchi pressured Toei to withdraw it from circulation completely. That may be true or it may be an urban legend, but what is certainly true is that DiC didn't have a "master" of that episode to give to ADV when ADV was producing its limited-edition subtitled box sets of the first two seasons of Sailor Moon, so the Sailor Moon R box set skips from episode 66 to episode 68.
And now I can watch it. I feel just like Locke did when Mr. Eko gave him the Bible that had one of the missing sections of the Dharma Initiative "orientation film" hidden inside.
Sorry for the lack of updates. I have a couple of things half-finished, as usual, but I'm still feeling bummed over the Merivale Toys R' Us job interview, not so much by how I felt he saw me during the interview itself, but rather because I simply don't have anyone I can honestly use as a reference, and the people from the old church my mother contacted to use as references didn't get back to her, and now, over a week after the interview, it's just a tiny bit late.
I mean, I'm not the most sociable guy in the world. Is that a crime? And the few people I do socialize with aren't the sorts of people I can really use as references. And, since I was able to coast through my twenties in a financially-stable situation where I didn't need to get a job, I lack formal job experience. I suppose I shouldn't have been so lazy and should have gotten a job anyway to get a foothold in the working world, but it's a little late for me to second guess what I should have done in my twenties. Realistically, who can I use as a reference? The guy whose kids I babysat when I was 16, which was (checks watch)... oh, 15 years ago? Or that one English teacher I got along famously with back when I was in my first semester at Dawson College... a decade ago this coming fall? I mean, I maintain a fairly large online presence, but, unfortunately, it doesn't translate into solid contacts.
Sorry for the rant, but it's damn frustrating being a "lone wolf" sometimes.