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NPR reviews Death Note

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=89999028

a non-condescending look at animu by the MSM? Its more likely then you think
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>>Harry Potter

wut
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> Related NPR Stories
> July 7, 2004
> Japanese Anime Finds Growing U.S. Audience

>Animation critic and historian Charles Solomon reports on the growing popularity of Japanese animation, known as anime, in the United States.

lala.
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it's npr, of course they're open minded
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also, in before self-hating anon



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