*Wervyn frantically searches over his post in the hopes of discovering what this might be referencing, but comes up empty.*
Originally Posted by bassist
It's a joke, old soul. Of course, you knew that. And while we could get into a long discussion about the merits and flaws of Capitalism and Communism, I'm sure, this is neither the time nor the place.
And what's wrong with being a communist? They're not trying to force you to conform to them, and, unlike capitalists, they aren't trying to take your money and be better than you. In fact, commies want what's best for everyone, all at the same time.
I don't think that will be necessary, the short description of the plot I gave doesn't actually cover anything that isn't either plainly given to you in the first and second episodes, or fairly easily inferred from them. One of the neat things about the series is that you know, from the very beginning, that Harry is going to kill Brandon and Brandon is going to be back for revenge. It's watching them go from being some of the closest friends you'll ever see to that final state that has made the series fascinating so far. Of course, I'm certainly willing to discuss the spoilerific parts of the series, too, like when or
You may want to edit that post to include spoilers where you discuss the plot.
Ironically, when I initially heard of Cowboy Bebop, ever so long ago, I automatically assumed that a series with such a ridiculous name couldn't possibly be worth watching. Now, of course, it's one of my top five. I'm glad I didn't repeat that mistake with Gungrave, making assumptions based on the game reviews. </tacit condescention.>
And be forewarned that there will be angry people screaming about you comparing anything to Bebop so positively.
"Arrogant bigotry, or clever disguise?"
Cynicism is the intellectual cripple's substitute for intelligence.