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moving! June 30, 2009

Posted by AnnaTheRed in Everything else.
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On top of all the events I’ve attended, my company is in the middle of moving!
We are moving to a building a couple of blocks from the current office building, but a move is a move. We had to get to work early and pack everything while working. I’m pretty wiped and my hands are dry, but here are some pictures I snapped while packing my stuff.

My company is a post-production company. We acquire and release Japanese anime and live action films in the U.S. I used to be a translation manager/subtitler, but I work for the online card game (which we’ve brought here from Japan) division in the company. Just like many post-production companies, our company is pretty laid back and casual. Almost every employee in our company has toys decorating their desks. A LOT of toys. And I have the second most toys in the office.😀

My robot toys on my desk. I cannot work without my robots. These are just a few of them. I took a lot of Gundam toys from desk home a little while ago because I wasn’t sure how much space I’d have in the new office.

My robots and Teto (fox squirrel from Nausicaa)

My beloved Zakrello. Not that many Gundam fans in the U.S. know what this is. He showed up only once in TV series of Gundam (the original). But because of his outrageous appearance (he’s got a tattoo on his shoulder), he was hated by many fans at first, but then he got more popular later. I love him so. He sits right above my mouse.

My Christopher Walken. I cannot work without my Christopher Walken. I’m a HUGE fan of Christopher Walken. So my friend got me this Christopher Walken face cast in plaster/painted gold for my birthday last year. It’s life-sized of course. There’s a metal piece in the back so you can hang it on a wall, but I was afraid that it’d fall, so I had it on my desk, right next to my mouse.

My ramen. I cannot work without my… Okay, I’ll stop. I bought a fake ramen (for a restaurant display) in Japan, and decided to torture my co-workers by putting it on my desk. The ramen is made of wax and it’s about 2 inches thick. You can put it in any ramen bowl. It’s pretty cool. It was right next to my Christopher Walken on my desk.

Here is my keyboard. I love my keyboard no matter what everyone says. I’ve been using it for only 2 years or so, but because it’s so cheaply made most letters on the keys have peeled off. It also looks like the surface of each keys has been melted.
The delete key sticks, so you have to lightly tap it twice to delete/stop deleting.

Q, T, Y, P, J and a half of X. That's all I need.

The plastic piece to hold the enter key broke off, and the spring inside sticks out like this. This actually prevents the key from getting completely stuck.

This is art.

My co-workers have been trying to get me a new keyboard, because sometimes they have to check something on my machine, and they HATE my keyboard.😛 What can I say, I hate wasting.

I didn’t take pictures, but I had another box stuffed with Gundam plushes, and a Nerf gun.🙂
There are 5 of us in the room, and one of them is also a huuuge robot collector and she has tons of good robot toys. (Mine is mainly limited to Gundam, but she has variety of robot toys) It was funny that when we were packing, we’d find a fist or parts from a robot toy here and there on the floor. We’d be asking each other “Is this your Gundam fist? Or my Gundam fist?”

I can’t wait to decorate my new office with my toys!

Comments»

1. kier - July 2, 2009

I love your blog🙂
And my old laptop keyboard was just like that! Had no letters at all. Lol

But that laptop burned out, so I had to buy a new one. =x Oh well. I’ll still miss my old keyboard though!


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