E-mail sent by Daniel Sawyer, Saturday, 21st February 2015 @ 12:57pm
I apologise for adding an extra email to your inbox. As some of you know we had some issues with the projector in the Saskatchewan Room last night, which put the Randomthon in doubt. We've just tested it today and it seems to be working, so the Randomthon is still on. (So we'll be in the Saskatchewan Room from 2 PM to 6 PM today, though come and go as you please if you have other stuff on!)
E-mail sent by Daniel Sawyer, Tuesday, 17th February 2015 @ 11:15pm
This week's meeting will be in the Saskatchewan Room at Exeter on Friday evening at 8 PM as usual.
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A final reminder that the annual OAV Randomthon is happening this coming Saturday from 2 PM to 6 PM in the Saskatchewan Room at Exeter College. We'll be sampling the first episodes of some titles which we think we might show next year but would like to get opinions on. So hopefully it will be useful for the society as a whole and also just a fun event and a chance to see some interesting stuff. Provisionally the list of titles we're planning to trial is as follows:
Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
Michiko to Hatchin
...and a couple more to be decided
These certainly aren't the only things we're thinking about—there are successful randoms from the normal meetings, and titles which have been shown successfully before at OAV in the distant past—and if I remember to bring the list on the day we can have a chat about other possibilities. Please feel free to come and go as your schedule fits while we're running. Some of us will probably go for a meal afterwards, probably to Opium Den again. If you want to come to the meal let me know by Thursday evening, either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by commenting on the Facebook post.
PS: the termcard, with this event and the Kara no Kyoukai marathon in week 6 on it, can be found here.
E-mail sent by Daniel Sawyer, Wednesday, 11th February 2015 @ 12:04am
Here is an updated version of the OAV termcard, including the Randomthon on Saturday 21 February and the Kara no Kyoukai marathon on Saturday 28 February.
This week we will be in the Saskatchewan Room at Exeter as usual, at the usual time. Princess Jellyfish has ended (sob) and the show which will replace it, the first season of Silver Spoon, is also only 11 episodes long, so we have a couple of weeks with a spare slot. We'll be using that extra slot to double up on episodes of titles we're watching which have more than 24 episodes while still having a random episode at the end of the meeting.