Kagami no Kuni no Harisugawa 29 [Completed]
Anyways, before we move on to the actual post, let’s talk about Google while you wait for me to post this. I lost access to my Gmail account because it was accessed ‘from a suspicious location’. I think that was me testing out Tor to see if it worked, but now, I have NO WAY of verifying that it’s my account!!! Seeing as a) I don’t have a mobile phone and b) Even if I did, I didn’t fill out the mobile phone number thing (seeing as I, well, don’t have one). Back in the good ol’ days, they’d just call your landline. Hahaha, I guess I didn’t fill out that field either.
I understand that calling by phone is more secure than sending a password to an email, but… this is just bringing my Internet and real lives together TOO CLOSE. I need like, some PRIVACY here. What with the fiasco over Google+’s use of real names and the non-fiasco of recording the entire WORLD in Google Maps, I fear that Google may soon be going too far – restricting the greatest tenet of the Internet itself, anonymity.
Fuck, my brother’s going to work for Google in two months. brb kicking him
(Meanwhile, english teacher:
“hmmm lets go on my students blog”
“wow very nice content, twelve-thousand word posts”
“…about foreign cartoons”)
Before we continue moving on to the actual post, let me teach you how REAL advertising is done.
See that? Now, people are enticed to buy the first volume of Kagami no Kuni no Harisugawa to find out more about the life if Jun Tamadukuri, the Number 1 Degenerate who peeped at Saki in the bath, as well as possibly to find out more about the Number 2 and Number 3 Degenerates. BAM! Marketing right there. Wait till the money flows in.
NOW. Moving on.
It’s the end.
No more blogging of Kagami no Kuni no Harisugawa for me.
BUT THANKFULLY, WE HAVE MORE! Turns out that Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku wasn’t finished (IGNORE THAT [COMPLETED] TAG), so I’ll be covering that next, seeing as its awesomeness rating is, like, over thirty. Over thirty thousand. Unfortunately, if I continue with my current track record of only blogging ending manga, Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku will undoubtedly end, and that’ll be horrible… maybe I should blog Bleach instead, seeing as they’re finally in their final arc.
ANYWAYS (meanwhile, in English-teacher-land, my English teacher dies), it is finally time to conclude this post, and along with it, Kagami no Kuni no Harisugawa. Really, all of my feelings on this topic can be found summarized neatly in my post on chapter 27. I really have nothing more to say. And I really doubt there is any more to say.
Wait, yes, there is.
THIS ENDING CHAPTER WAS THE…
…well, I broke that sentence off too early.
THIS ENDING CHAPTER WAS THE MOST HIPSTER ENDING OF ALL TIME. Sure, there was fanservice all over the place, but it was IRONIC. And IRONY makes everything better, doesn’t it? I daresay that I’d encourage you to read it, purely for the sake of stupidity if anything else. The author really did go all out with the final chapter; when you don’t care about anything, you can write some amazing crap. This paragraph is trying to be ironic; ironically, it’s failing. Observe: this picture was flipped upside-down.
Overall Rating: 5/10 (Great)
tl;dr: I take back what I said, the message that I get now is, “We’ve detected suspicious activity on your Google Account. Please create a new password to continue using your account.” Welp, that was nice, got my account back.
tl;dr EDIT: Woah, I guess it wasn’t Tor, after all. Somebody actually got into my account from Germany. To all you German hackers out there trying to get into my account, stop it :'(
P.S. Moral of the story: don’t use alphanumeric passwords, use passwords exclusively consisting of non-Roman letters/numerals, such as ‘—?¥>¿ｲ}・©淇ﾕøｲ¬§’¼ßﾜｱﾎ’. Now spend the rest of your life trying to recover it after your brother ‘accidentally’ permanently deletes your password list.