Just business as usual.

Pick your favorite facial expression.

Dante actually looks like he’s dying in the back.

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I apologize for the long delay, but a bit of computer troubles led to me having to put LGAPR on the back burner. The bright side is that no relevant data was lost in all the hubbub.

Hot guys grow on trees.

I can’t find any other logical explanation as to why they’re always found sitting on tree branches.

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The next time to kick my feet up again may be a long ways away, but there will always be little girl anime to watch.

Roaches the Musical

I have certain issues with Fairilu for trying to glorify cockroaches. Or just having cockroaches in the show for that matter.

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I had to put SUAP on a bit of a hiatus at the start of the year due to what happened during the month of March. If you’re curious as to why Episode 20 is mysteriously missing; it’s actually not a typo. We recorded it earlier in January, but it’s quite lengthy and requires a lot of editing time, something I haven’t exactly had once February started.

I wanted to get back onto our regular schedule ASAP which is why I’m prioritizing the seasonal reviews. The end of the season thing that happened is just a one time thing as we merely didn’t record it at mid-season due to, again, my personal affairs going on during that time.

We do a bit of a shorter episode than usual having mild spoiler filled talk concerning anime of the Winter 2017 season. That’s it.

People on the Show
The regulars you can find more about on the radio page.

Part 1: “Expectations vs. Reality”

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Part 2: “I’m a friend, he’s a friend, she’s a friend, we’re all friends, hey”

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Part 3: “Virtual Romance”

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Timestamps Below

Old jokes are all fun and games until someone wakes up with back problems.

The perils of video sites.

The most painful thing is that you know the one view was just yourself checking to make sure everything looks good.

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I’ll be getting to some vacation days soon, so hopefully I’ll get to post things other than LGAPR over the next couple of weeks. Or I’ll just goof off. Probably more of the latter.

It’s almost like the week has an episode title.

A shame that there’s absolutely no drama being made.

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We’re reaching the end of April, but it will still take some time to beat the new recruits into shape again.

Prison food might still top this.

At least Yui won’t have to worry too much if she ever lands herself in jail.

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The year is a bit of a ways in already, but this is about as fresh as the year will ever feel on LGAPR. Three out of four of the shows started a new season to kick off Spring, and they’re also the seasons that will run clear until next year.

Popeye is looking pretty good these days.

Getting off of that all spinach diet did wonders.

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A little delayed this week because of some random unforeseen kinks in a still unstable schedule. Luckily things should shape up next week just in time for the onslaught of new series.

High level tree hugging.

I can understand wanting to kiss mother nature goodbye after those EPA rollbacks.

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We’ve finally reached the current week of LGAPR. Probably a good week to catch up during with everything almost ending and all.

Cut that out.

No touchy feely memories before a performance allowed.

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