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In our inaugural episode, we discuss the Hayao Miyazaki film My Neighbor Totoro, a delightful romp with screaming children. We're afraid of uploading this as our first episode, as we don't want to give the impression that we're going to cater to weeaboo tastes. Regardless, here it is. Our intro music is "Cocaine Inside my Blunts" by Dave Dialect under Monkey Dub Recording, used with his permission. He's dope and you can find his work at Interstitial music is "Superstar" off of the album Moshi Moshi by Moe Shop, used with their permission. If you think of yourself as even a little bit of a weeb you have to check them out at The first fake commercial's background music is "Sunday Funday" by Scott Holmes ( The second is "Money Problems" by Fleslit ( Both are licensed under CC4.0 attribution.


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