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Do you rewatch anime you already seen or do you devote your time to watching only new anime?
2nd question- If you rewatch anime what show is it that you could watch dozens of times without getting bored. "Lucky Star for me"

Personally at work i'm allowed to watch anime "although the other safety guys get a laugh out of it the next youngest guy besides me is 52" while working on reports "advantages of having two screens" and I rewatch anime that I already seen but once I get off or have vacation it's only new anime. I still have about 40 animes "complete collections" that I haven't even taken the plastic off. Then with Crunchyroll adding new anime and Hulu for the older anime that I haven't seen i'm pretty sure I would never finish.

Posted 7/23/15
I'm always looking for something new after I complete each anime collection.
I just finished Demon King Daimao and SAO and now I am watching Attack on Titan before starting
SAO II, and then after that I have no idea what I'm going to watch.
Posted 7/23/15
Focus on the new...



It's boring when I already know what's going to happen or how it's going to end.
Posted 7/23/15
I do both. But my heart lies with the classics I grew up with. I like them both about equally though, strange paradox.
Posted 7/23/15
I do both. When I can't find something new and interesting, I'm more than happy to re-watch something.
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Posted 7/23/15
I just jump from anime to anime, rewatching and watching new ones. I've got a massive queue.
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My sense of progress says I have to keep watching new episodes.

I don't mind rewatching awesome scenes though.
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Something worries me about the safety guy with one eye on the animes trying to re-enact Texas City....

But I rewatch some anime, and watch new as well.
Posted 7/23/15
I actually watch both . I kinda stop rewatching anime , but netflix has put
NANA back on & i love nana so i'll rewatch all 47 episodes tonight !
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the new, i dont rewatch things

but it may be old , it is new to me only if i haven't seen it before
Posted 7/23/15

Sogno- wrote:

the new, i dont rewatch things

but it may be old , it is new to me only if i haven't seen it before


My view on things exactly.

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VZ68 wrote:

Something worries me about the safety guy with one eye on the animes trying to re-enact Texas City....

But I rewatch some anime, and watch new as well.


If it's an accident report or if I have a driver in the office then I never watch shows but if it's me making a spreadsheet about how much were spending on things like safety trainings and equipment "have to do one weekly", dates on when drivers expire on customers orientations "entered into a database" , then I have no problem. One thing I could be proud of is the yard i'm pretty much stationed at has a 99% safety rating for the state of Texas. Last Osha recordable was near ten years ago and i've been with the company in safety for the last 5. So it helps having good drivers as far as accidents or fatalities all the ones i've been to have been 3rd party that been on either our locations or when our drivers are there on customer locations. The most I had to deal with with my own guys have been the occasional bee sting or pulled muscle. "Don't want to jinx myself"
I'm pretty much out of the office 4 out of 5 days a week doing inspections so on Fridays are my days to fill out my budget reports and figure out what equipment I need to keep in stock. Unless of course something happens which for me it's been a driver leaving behind his log book or a fitting then I go meet them and drop them off.
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Posted 7/23/15
I like to watch new things, rarely rewatch full episodes
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Posted 7/23/15

J-POP187 wrote:


VZ68 wrote:

Something worries me about the safety guy with one eye on the animes trying to re-enact Texas City....

But I rewatch some anime, and watch new as well.


If it's an accident report or if I have a driver in the office then I never watch shows but if it's me making a spreadsheet about how much were spending on things like safety trainings and equipment "have to do one weekly", dates on when drivers expire on customers orientations "entered into a database" , then I have no problem. One thing I could be proud of is the yard i'm pretty much stationed at has a 99% safety rating for the state of Texas. Last Osha recordable was near ten years ago and i've been with the company in safety for the last 5. So it helps having good drivers as far as accidents or fatalities all the ones i've been to have been 3rd party that been on either our locations or when our drivers are there on customer locations. The most I had to deal with with my own guys have been the occasional bee sting or pulled muscle. "Don't want to jinx myself"
I'm pretty much out of the office 4 out of 5 days a week doing inspections so on Fridays are my days to fill out my budget reports and figure out what equipment I need to keep in stock. Unless of course something happens which for me it's been a driver leaving behind his log book or a fitting then I go meet them and drop them off.


Knock on wood!

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Posted 7/23/15 , edited 7/23/15
I always watch new titles.
I tried to rewatch Madoka Magica (one of my all time favorites) once, but I couldn't watch more than 4 episodes.
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