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Animefringe Web Showcase for October 2002:
Japander.com
http://www.japander.com/
Site By Dude

Steve:
"As Ewan McGregor said... Oh, my God! Japander has to be one of the finest hidden gems of the web -- a gem that's encased in pure gem and encrusted with many, many smaller gems. Hours of fun can be spent watching your favorite big-time celebrities sell out! Thank you, Japander.com!"

Adam:
"Dang it, Japan has everything don't they? First they have cool snacks, then they have cool shows, and then they have even cooler commercials. Who would have thought that putting Hollywood actors in Japanese commercials and making them say like one word or phrase would be so weird. Just seeing Indiana Jones himself, Mr. Harrision Ford in a sauna with some Japanese guy acting like they are chugging down an ice cold Kirin is just plain weird. Oh, yeah. There are tons of commercials like this on Japander.com. Go ahead, check out there site. You know you wanna."

Patrick:
"Japander.com is one of the most comprehensive compilations of some of our sneaky celebrities trying to make an few Yen. If you've got bandwidth to spare and love Japanese commercials, then this is the place for you. I'm currently on dialup, so until I can break into a nearby university and run a long ethernet cable to my PC, I'll just have to visit the site when I have plenty of spare time."

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