Yeah, I can't really think of a good title for this, but it's about a bunch of stuff in America and whatnot...
Have you noticed how Americans can't even animate their own cartoons anymore? Not all of em, but still. Batman, Transformers, Inspector Gadget, Rainbow Brite, Spiderman... All of those and more are animated in Japan. Even Disney shows like Lilo and Stitch are being done in Japan. Shows like Storm Hawks are done in Canada, and a multitude is animated in Europe. The people who did Batman made Big O, Rainbow Brite did Fullmetal Alchemist, and the Stitch! anime is being done by Madhouse...
I hate how anime and cartoons in general are put under "animation". They have genres like action, comedy, horror, etc. Even porno anime are placed under "animation"... I just believe it should be seperated by its genre and not by how it's made.
An Anime for Grand Theft Auto lovers? Yup. I came upon this anime called Tokyo Tribes. It's about rival Japanese street gangs fighting each other and has a really different animation style. It's a hardcore R rated anime with lots of cursing, blood and gore, plus sexual themes galore. It's pretty cool.
So I was studying how healthy cereals are compared to other flavors, and for the top five healthiest kinds I got Cheerios, Kix, Life, Honey Nut Cheerios, and Frosted Mini-Wheat.
100 cals, 3 grams dietary fiber, l gram sugar, 190 mgs of sodium
110 calories, 3 grams dietary fiber, 3 grams of sugar, 210 mgs of sodium
120 cals, 2 grams dietary fiber, 6 gs sugar, 160 mgs of sodium
HONEY NUT CHEERIOS
110 cals, 2 grams dietary fiber, 9 grams sugar, 190 mgs of sodium
200 cals, 6 grams fiber, 12 grams sugar, 5 mgs of sodium
The info was from Consumer Reports, but I made sure it was accurate.
And, also from Consumer Reports, that 134 extra grams of sugar was consumed daily in 2000, a 40% rise than that of the 1950s? Dang, no wonder kids are always so hyped up these days.
... speaking of kids, next week for school I gotta tend to a bunch of pre-school kids? Everybody has to do something to help out next week, and we get school off to help ppl. Pretty cool. So I picked baby-sitting a bunch of 4 yr olds. Fine with me- I love kids so much. :oops: