News for our Canadian readers – if they didn’t know already.

From ANN

Spirited Away’s Canadian Network Premiere on Sunday

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) public television network will broadcast the Academy-Award-winning Studio Ghibli film Spirited Away on Sunday, September 30 at 5:00 p.m. ET/PT. Not only will this be Canada’s network television premiere of director Hayao Miyazaki’s work, but it will apparently mark the film’s first over-the-air broadcast in North America.

Ray’s take: Canadians are cool…Canucks FTW! Americans, let’s bomb Bouchard!

Author: Ray

I'm a hardcore Anime Fan and I'm proud of it. I know so many things and I've acquired so much knowledge you wouldn't believe. But my love is anime. I've been drifting in this world for so long that I don't even know what an anchor means. I've seen so many shows that I've lost count. The only thing I'm sure of myself is that I care for the lowly and disenfranchised. I hate the rich and powerful and I love what I do, or what I can do. I like anime and I don't mind watching different types of shows. I have experience in different types of Japanese animation. I would be called an "expert" in a bizzaro world. One day, I'd like to start a revolution. I love the US, pizza, beer, sashimi, Chinese food, and steak. But I love freshly baked bread more than a well-aged steak. In reality, if I were born Japanese I'd be a real, hardcore Otaku. I love to love and I can hate strongly. I'm passionate in nature and I don't mind shedding tears. I can be reached at rayyhum777 at animediet. My Twitter is rayyhum777 at twitter.

2 thoughts on “News for our Canadian readers – if they didn’t know already.

  1. Yeah what can you say we’re awesome like that πŸ˜‰
    -chuts up and deflates ego and head-

  2. Heh. Most Canadians I met are way friendier than Americans.
    The Bouchard reference came from a Canadian show that tried to test how ignorant Americans are about their Northen Neighbor. And most Americans said: “yes” to bombing Bouchard, who was the Premier (am I right?) or at least a preeminent political figure in Canada.

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