That would be a great name for a VIP translation blog if anyone wants to start one. I’ll suffice just to translate this one post.
I was going to Yokohama for work today, and stopped at a conbini in Tokyo– and this is what I saw!
319 Anonymous 2011/01/04(火) 21:26:59 ID:jXJ5/ky50
Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeynow why is Manga Home in the adult section? No porn no violence, I promise you that it’s harmless no matter who you are or where you read it! It’s a peaceful 4-koma magazine!
This is a joke, right?
321 Anonymous 2011/01/04(火) 21:29:28 ID:EcGFqTbO0
You can’t rearrange shelves in the middle of the day as a joke, right?
320 Anonymous 2011/01/04(火) 21:28:54 ID:0r4OysEp0
I only go to Tokyo to visit Akiba but the 7/11 at the station looks like this
327 Anonymous 2011/01/04(火) 21:38:46 ID:rpN3dJPr0
The regulators are obviously selling all non-G-rated comics as 18+ only.
See, Jump’s dangerous too.
333 Anonymous 2011/01/04(火) 21:44:03 ID:jXJ5/ky50
I was depressed for just a moment, but the next moment rage started bubbling up… seeing Manga Home and Manga Club, totally unrelated to porn, completely peaceful and wholesome magazines, moved to the adult corner is truly sickening.
Are we living in a world where people want to see speech regulated like this? If that’s the case, we need to stop kidding around.
345 Anonymous 2011/01/04(火) 21:54:28 ID:aB0sC4F80
Anything that looks like >>316 is clearly just the conbini run loose
It’s an overreaction.
Whoever can should talk to the manager and put the comics back in their original place