We'll know in 4 hours.
I'll miss it.
Meh, I'll just revise the article tomorrow morning.
Since Japan is on the opposite side the U.S.A will Pokemon Sunday be on when it is saturday night in the U.S.A?
So it should be on around 6-7 Pm Here, is there anyway I can watch PS Live?
Sorry for the rant there... it's just that everytime I see somebody bring that up, it just comes off to me as being mean and snarky to somebody who isn't even doing anything wrong in the first place. It's like you guys are posing as parents who are scolding a bunch of little kids or something.
I mean, cmon people... if you were Japanese or any other nationality in another country, and you wanted to watch something in an English language, how would you feel if somebody from America basically told you to f-off because they couldn't understand English?
"He just put on 300,000 pounds....I'm SO jealous." Raven, Teen Titans
Have you heard of the saying "opening a can of whoop-ass"? I did that once in a dream.... I opened an aluminum can labled "whoop-ass" on somebody, and they disintegrated.
My favorite Bulbagarden smiley:
The significant bits of the show are put on here for everyone to see after the show. Watching it live though is pointless. It makes it hard for people who do understand the language to see and hear what is going on so they can report to us what happened and put up videos. I have no issue with you watching the episode after it airs so as not to slow down the stream, but let's not make it harder for the people who should be watching it.
To answer KPTitan's question, I do believe there are a few places you can get a live feed from, but posting them here wouldn't be allowed. I personally just wait until it's aired since the news sites are fairly quick at reporting anything shortly after the show finishes. The #Bulbagarden channel is a good place to hang out too, since there'll be one or two members watching it on there.
It's just a lot easier to get clear pictures and hear information when people aren't fucking up the streams trying to say "they saw it first", which causes glitchy picture and sounds, which helps no one.