Ming's Guest Book: Australia

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1) Chi Ming HUNG (Thu Feb 1 22:34:29 EST 1996) [Email]
from Tasmania (hypothetical)
says about http://www.highharbor.net/~daffy/guestbook/daffy-Australia.shtml:

Hi Everybody!

This is Ming's demonstration of the guestbook. Cool isn't it? Please sign up!

It's as simple as:

  • choosing the guestpage containing your region.
  • filling in the info and message
  • click on the map where you're located.
  • confirm that the info and message are how you want it. If not, go back and edit again.
  • after confirmation, go back and reload the guestbook to see your own entry!
  • That's it folks! Enjoy and be creative!

    2) Jonathan Hsiao-Liang Yen (Sat Mar 16 08:43:35 EST 1996) [Email]
    from modem.circus.cse.unsw.edu.au
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/LoGH.html:

    LOGH page is a very good one.  It really impress me in many aspects.
    However it relies too much on graphics, thus reduced the vewing 
    speed and hinder the interest of user of non-graphic net browser.
    I just hope you can gather more information sooner.
    Thank you for your efforts to creat and maintain such a good page.  

    Ming's Reply

    Thanks for the suggestions Jonathan. The reason I don't have more info in my LoGH page is because I don't have much printed material for the show, and also because most of the info you can already find in the LoGH Info Center.

    3) Kevin Chin (Fri May 10 14:44:15 EDT 1996) [Email]
    from ra29.curtin.edu.au
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/nausicaa.html:

        I'm from Perth, Australia.  I'm very exited that i've the 
    Nausicaa page.  I thought no one like Nausicaa anymore.  I've 
    been a fan of Nausica since its Cantonese-translation movie 
    launched.  I collect its books, video as well as LD, and posters.
    To tell you the truth, after more than 10 years, i still love 

    Ming's Reply

    Hi Kevin, you're definitely not alone in liking Nausicaa. It's still one of the most beloved anime movie of all-time, and anybody who see it for the first time even now will surely love it.

    4) Timmothy Clarke (honestly!) (Sun May 19 21:24:27 EDT 1996) [Email]
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/anime_midi.html:

    Hi! Classic opener here. Managed to find my way here through
    Infoseek Top 20 Teknoman references. Nice to see a lot of music
    from a lot of my favourite series: Especially Oh My Goddess and
    Tenchi Muyo. Um... Think I'll look around some more. Still have to
    work out how to use the midi player on this Macintosh I'm using.
    Oh well... I'd love to supply some MIDI files but all mine are
    Babylon 5 and while it's the best show in the world it isn't anime.
    Back to browsing I guess.

    Ming's Reply

    Hi Mate! =) Teknoman (aka Tekkaman Blade) is pretty cool isn't it, I like the way they draw the characters. Sorry can't give you any tips about Mac, but B-5 MIDI's should be pretty interesting =)

    5) Chris Waite (Wed Jun 5 04:11:09 EDT 1996) [Email]
    from bitsa.satech.net.au
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/totoro.html:

    I spent all of 1995 in Japan, and saw the movie `Tonari no Totoro'
    (My Neighbour Totoro) while I was there. I thought it was a really
    nice movie. I was relly pleased to find all the great pictures and
    sounds on the Totoro Homepage. Good work! 

    Ming's Reply

    hello Chris! Totoro is great isn't it? So big yet so cute =) I believe very soon we'll see all Ghibli movies released in English because Disney just signed a deal with Ghibli! Wait till you see Laputa!!

    6) Kevin Chin (Sun Jun 9 15:09:51 EDT 1996) [Email]
    from alpha6.curtin.edu.au
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Its me again.  I just want to tell ya that i had been to a Manga 
    club's screening session to watch NausicaA again.  Only this time it 
    was in Japanese with sub.  
    The voice actress for NausicaA sound really suitable for her role.
    I wonder why don't i often hear her voice in any other Manga?
    After watching it for sooo much times, i still felt the tension 
    while watching it.  I felt as if i was totally moved to tears!!
    .... I still love it very, very much.

    Ming's Reply

    Hi Kevin, according to Doi-san's seiyuu (voice actor/actress) database, the seiyuu of Nauiscaa is Shimamoto Sumi, who debutted in Lupin III and has since acted on many shows. For more details, check out this page. And yes, all of Miyazaki-san's movies possess that special magic...

    7) Sushi (Thu Jun 20 03:02:32 EDT 1996) [Email]
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/LoGH.html:

    Hi!  I'm a fan of LoGH.  Although the Information Centre of LoGH provided a lot of information but I think yours is more fun.  Do you really like LoGH?  If you ever intended to reply, don't reply to this e-mail address.  Mine is ctchaun@onthenet.com.au. 

    Ming's Reply

    Howdy Sushi! =) Do I like LoGH? What d'ya think? =) It's just a splendid and grand space drama, the best yet.

    8) Big Johnson (Wed Jun 26 12:29:06 EDT 1996) [Email]
    from Tazmania
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi! mate put some more shrimp on the barbi. 

    Ming's Reply

    Alright Mate, good idea! =)

    9) Jokse Ong (Sat Aug 17 01:20:37 EDT 1996) [Email]
    from sydney, australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/anime_midi.html:

    I am very happy to find this page. I love Laputa. But then, I don't
    know how to get that midi file run? How to download it? I have 
    installed Crescendo, a plug-ins. Can this be used to listen to the
    files? I'm confused . Please help me so that I won't get deprived of
    your collections of songs!
    Thank you! 

    Ming's Reply

    Howdy Jokse! Sorry but I donno about Crescendo, though I know there are tons of MIDI players out there. If you're using Netscape, try checking the netscape homepage, they have a list of helper applications there. Good Luck Mate! =)

    10) Anthonella Letizia (Mon Sep 23 02:06:22 EDT 1996) [Email]
    from Don't have homepage yet
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/moonface/:

    Hi! I think the funny faces gallery is excelent . 
    I hope Sailor Moon will be put back on TV becasue that is the best 
    cartoon I have ever seen .  

    11) Charles Chen (Wed Oct 2 08:44:00 EDT 1996) [Email]
    from Sydney, Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi! I am very happy to see these midi sites, I hope one day, I can have the same thing on my site. It is fun.
    May be I can mirror your site...? 

    12) Alexis Smith (Sat Nov 2 16:28:42 EST 1996) [Email]
    from Castle Hill, New South Wales, Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi!  Those pictures are so funny.  Well I haven't actually visited any of the other sites yet but i'll get around to it - Sailor Moon is my priority! 
    Anyone (especially in Australia) please sign the save our sailors petition so my friends and I can watch Sailor Moon knowing that people actually care about the show.
    Okay.  I'll go now. Bye!! 

    13) VANESSA ESTELLE SANDERS (Mon Nov 11 01:06:57 EST 1996) [Email]
    from amber.strata.net.au
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:


    14) Francina Marzuki (Sun Dec 8 08:37:28 EST 1996) [Email]
    from ozzie land
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/moonface/:

    It's nice to see pictures of Serena the way she is, clumsy, klutzy, etc.... Very original page, congratualtions

    15) veronica amado olea (Sun Dec 15 15:00:38 EST 1996) [Email]
    from puebla pue.
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:


    16) Grant Moritz (Tue Jan 28 02:00:05 EST 1997) [Email]
    from South Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    I recently saw Laputa and tried searching for it on the internet and found this page.
    I have seen alot of anime movies scince i saw Akira and now watch alot of them.
    I also have been on a chat program that was really you can download it from www.worlds.net
    keep up the good work,bye. 

    17) Adrian Chor (Sun Apr 27 10:53:53 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from Perth, Australia
    says about http://tonic.physics.sunysb.edu/~ming/anime/sakura.html:

    Hey Ming,
    Pretty cool Sakura Taisen page. Only one problem, those .movs are really huge. Are you going to review the Sakura column game?

    18) Heng Mei Li (Sat Jun 7 02:21:51 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from Australia Melbourne
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/anime.html:

    I really like your home page.  I'm a first time net user, so if 
    anyone gets this message please return my message.  Anyway, I think
    this is the most fabulous site on the internet.  I really like your
    Heng Mei Li  

    19) Chie Kosuge (Mon Jul 21 05:34:54 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from Melbourne Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/LoGH.html:

    Hi, Ming!  I'm an overseas student from Japan.  I'm very glad to see
    such a nice page of Gin-ei-den!!  Honestly, which one is your 
    favourite, Galactic Empire or Free Planets?  My favourite character
    is Yang, but I like Galactic Empire because the admirals are very 
    By the way, I'm going to see 5 miyazaki's animation at Melbourne 
    Film Festival starting from 24 July.  I'm so excited and can't wait!
    I will create my homepage slowly (coz I'm a very beginner) so please
    visit sometime!! 

    20) Adam Ricci (Sat Jul 26 01:24:04 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from Adelaide, South Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Sailor Moon Is cool. Continue on your teriffic effort!
    Hee Hee Hee 

    21) Kate Mills (Sat Sep 6 23:36:08 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from Warragul, (90 km east of Melbourne) Australia.
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/moonface/:

    A GREAT page! I loved the funny faces, really well done.

    22) Raymond Yeung (Thu Sep 18 05:06:48 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from ip088.ram.net.au
    says about http://tonic.physics.sunysb.edu/~ming/anime/sakura.html:

    Hi!  Finally get to play THE game - and it is beautiful!  I am so glad someone (ie. Ming) is here to give us
    hints and tips, on top of other info.  I am now hanging for the Song CD (Kayuu Zenshuu).
    I will probably send in that reply card in my game.  If Sega give us English support for Sakura 2 it
    will be much much more enjoyable, as I don't really know any Japanese. (I know Chinese though so I still manage
    to figure out around 20-30% of what the game is on about.)
    Haven't gone through the whole page yet, but i will eventually.
    Thanks and best wishes! 

    23) Alizarin (Tue Sep 23 02:39:14 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from AUSTRALIA
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/moonface/:

    Hi! cool page.
    Do you have the music score?

    24) Sushi (Sat Sep 27 01:17:50 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from Gold Coast
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/LoGH.html:

    I've signed your guestbook before.  I've come and checked your page
    quite frequently to see any new updates.  You have one of the most
    amount of music files on LoGH.  I've checked your other pages as 
    well.  I must say, they're all really well done, not over-cooked...
    Anyway, I love that remote control thing on your anime page.  By
    the way, your page was featured in one of the Australian Cartoon 
    Program a while ago, around last year, I think.  Keep up the good
    work and I'd love to see something new on LoGH too.

    25) Cherry-chan (Tue Sep 30 01:41:46 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from Adelaide, Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/anime.html:

    Hi! Weird guestbook... anyway, I was just looking up Saber
    Marionettes in Lycos and I'm very impressed with your page. I've only
    ever seen two episodes of it, and it's already one of my fave animes.
    I was wondering if I could use a couple of your pictures, I'll give 
    you credit for them. Well, I'm off to look at some more of your 

    26) raymond yeung (Thu Oct 2 08:12:50 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from ip075.ram.net.au
    says about http://tonic.physics.sunysb.edu/~ming/anime/sakura.html:

    Hi! it's me again!  Got my Sakura Song CD last weekend, and it has
    been in constant play ever since!  I have listened to it 15 times
    so far.
    Ayame's song is soooooo beautiful...
    Thanks for letting me know where i could get the CD!!! 

    27) Sharon (Sat Oct 4 10:43:52 EDT 1997) [Email]
    from slip202-135-13-226.sy.au.ibm.net
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/laputa.html:

    Your homepage is really great! I love that picture very much...  

    28) Andrea Weatherill (Wed Oct 29 21:48:49 EST 1997) [Email]
    from Adelaide
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi! Ming, just wanna say very cool page, and we here in Australia are helping bring Sailor Moon back, We're called SOS in Australia (SOSAU for short) located at: SOS in Australia! Thanks, Andrea (SOSAU CoOrdinator)

    29) Dallas Chan (Mon Apr 13 23:45:48 EDT 1998) [Email]
    from Melbourne, Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi! Wow, love your pages..! ^_^ You've done a fabulous job with all your pages.. and i love listening to the anime music.. But,, the business hours means i can't hear it all time.. Nonetheless, great pages for everyone.. Have you heard of the anime Handsome girl? It's by the same author Marmalade Boy.. maybe it's a different name..

    30) raymond yeung (Sat Apr 25 03:52:32 EDT 1998) [Email]
    from sydney
    says about http://pei.physics.sunysb.edu/~ming/anime/sakura.html:

    Hi! How are you Ming?
    In case someone is wondering, Sakura Taisen 2 sold more than 370,000 copies in the first week (in Japan)!!
    I wanted to get the limited edition but it was sold out when my friend in Japan went looking for it.  Such is life in a gaming desert (ie Australia)...
    By the way, I think the "new" Theme Song to Sakura Taisen 2 is not (half) as good as the original.  A step forward it isn't.  What do you think?
    best regards,

    31) Wei Tang (Sat May 16 13:24:42 EDT 1998) [Email]
    from bellbird.qut.edu.au
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

        Great stuff. My favorite cartoon is Queen millenia. I was totally amazed that someone still keep such a well organized info about such an old series.  Good on you mate!

    32) Casey J Goh (Tue Jun 9 07:55:50 EDT 1998) [Email]
    from Sydney, Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/anime_midi.html:

    Hi! Good job on the site...really turned out great. i was wandering though could u guys get the opening song of Ghost in the Shell? Also if anyone from Sydney or anywahere else for that matter please write to me. 
    ....and thanx 

    33) danielle mott (Fri Jul 24 05:41:32 EDT 1998) [Email]
    from australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    hello, i love sailor moon but they took it off over here.
    i'm up to the part where sailor chibi moon comes and darian doesn't like serena much any more(or so it seems) 

    34) gita maya (Thu Oct 15 03:25:12 EDT 1998) [Email]
    from melbourne
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/jukebox.html:

    Hi! i love your page! especially your jukebox. 

    35) Mad Mercenary (Fri Feb 5 08:36:19 EST 1999)
    from West Africa
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Mad Mercenary - curb crawler 

    36) MangaBoy32 (Sat May 22 07:46:29 EDT 1999) [Email]
    from Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/laputa.html:

    Hi! It is Manga here you have got a good webpage there, I like it!!! I am a manga fan too!!! 
    so mail me often!!! 
    Email Adress: MangaBoy32@hotmail.com
    and I have got a manga website on Neon Genesis,(adrees:www.geocities.com/Tokyo/9393/evanglion.ml
    Go there!!! But it is not finshed yet, I will finsh it soon. 

    37) Halle Peak (Sun Jun 27 21:52:39 EDT 1999) [Email]
    from Roma, QLD, AUSTRALIA
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi! Hello.  I think this is a fantastic idea.  
    I think they are the most coolest things.  
    I wish I was a fairy.  I also love magic.  
    They way that you've shown everything is fantastic.  
    I really want a picture of a fairy, 
    but I just can't seem to find one.  Can you help me? 

    38) Avrill juriansz (Sun Aug 8 01:31:14 EDT 1999) [Email]
    from vic , melbourn australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi!my name is avrill but you can call me 'AJ'i am 19 and i love karate . I would like if you could send me some posters of the sailer moon&the gane.
     thans heeps.
    c.y later AJ

    39) 仆街黃日強日夜同Liz Ho做愛 (Tue Nov 23 15:09:45 EST 1999) [Email]
    from 仆街黃日強日夜同Liz Ho做愛
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    仆街黃日強日夜同Liz Ho做愛

    40) Venom (Wed Jun 14 21:01:59 EDT 2000) [Email]
    from Perth
    says about http://pei.physics.sunysb.edu/~ming/anime/sakura.html:

    AWESOME Sakura Wars page, especially the video clip section.
    Think u can put the ending movie for the other character of Sakura Wars 1? 

    41) Annie (Sun Jul 2 05:58:38 EDT 2000) [Email]
    from Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/totoro.html:

    Hi! your site is so cool!!! i love your site!!! i bookmarked it!!! it's the best!!!
    can you make an eva page too?

    42) damian (Sun Aug 20 00:43:56 EDT 2000) [Email]
    from australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi! cool site better than even (mine please visit) useful info probably the best on the web good use of javascript  

    43) Markus Henn (Fri Sep 8 14:11:25 EDT 2000) [Email]
    from Germany
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Greetings from Germany. 

    44) E. F. (Mon Sep 25 09:19:37 EDT 2000)
    from Sydney, Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/conan.html:

    Hello Ming,
    I'm really really happy to see your Mirai Shonen Conan page!! It's just about the only Conan page there is on the net:) I grew up on that show (I watched my first episode when I was 7, it was airing on Sydney's only satellite japanese channel) and i still watch my tapes over and over again:) It seems like a totally different show now that i'm older and more mature and understand the storyline better. Anyway, I was just dropping a line to congratulate you on having the best Conan page on the net, and keep it up for everyone else to see:)
    Love, E. ^_^ 

    45) Mew (Sun Dec 17 05:06:13 EST 2000) [Email]
    from Australia Sydney
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/nausicaa.html:

    Hi! Nausicaa is the most beautiful animation feature ever created! 

    46) Florence Cheung (Sun Dec 17 08:17:32 EST 2000) [Email]
    from Cairns, Australia
    says about http://pei.physics.sunysb.edu/~ming/anime/sakura.html:

    This is an incredibly comprehensive Sakura Taisen page. I have recently been introduced to the OVA series (I have not played the game) and was immediately hooked onto it. You have done a great job; good Sakura Taisen pages are hard to come by. I'm thinking of constructing one myself. Thank you for all the information you have given me.

    47) K.Macey (Sat May 12 03:47:09 EDT 2001) [Email]
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/laputa.html:

    Great graphics and outlay on Laputa 

    48) Andrea Innocent (Fri May 25 09:11:52 EDT 2001) [Email]
    from Melbourne
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/slump.html:

    Hi! I bought an Arale Chan Doll for my niece the day she was 
    born. She has never let it out of her sight since that day and 
    she grows to look more and more like her. I would love to 
    collect more Dr. Slump merchandise and videos, however I 
    cannot find it any where! Where can I find Arale? Keep up the 
    good work this is the only sight on Arale I could find. 

    49) Arthur (Sun Jul 8 07:23:22 EDT 2001) [Email]
    from Australia
    says about http://pei.physics.sunysb.edu/~ming/anime/smj.html:

    Hi!this site is ok but there is a better site www.marionette.prv.com
    Peace ;p 

    50) FAT (Tue Jul 10 00:04:46 EDT 2001) [Email]
    from FAT
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    51) vaughan (Fri Dec 7 06:15:04 EST 2001) [Email]
    from nz
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    its a cool site 

    52) Joe Dheer (Sat May 25 23:04:15 EDT 2002) [Email]
    says about http://pei.physics.sunysb.edu/~ming/anime/sakura.html:

    Hi!! i was wondering if i could somehow get the movie files for the sakura wars site for dowload one last time, please email me with response! thanks!

    53) Nick (Sat Jun 1 09:35:07 EDT 2002) [Email]
    from Melbourne
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

       i love your Future Boy Conan Page n ur site is very helpful. but there is something i have been after for a long time, and was wondering if  you could send it to me through my email lacosanostra67@hotmail.com. what i wanted was Tonic: If You Could Only See. The film clip for this is very hard to get and wanted to know if you had it, if you do please send it to me.
                                     thanks, nick.

    54) antony tool (Sun Jun 16 19:44:37 EDT 2002) [Email]
    from wolawonga cove
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Do you know where I could see pictures of people draining the fluid from their eyeballs with syringes. I find this kind of thing most interesting and to be quite honest there is not enough of this on the internet.I began having my paranoid delusions back in the summer of 89 and havent looked back since (except to check for people in suits following me, obviously) and if you watch the television close enough I think you will see what I mean. I find speaking in tongues is extremely refreshing in a shamanistic way and self flaggalation most probably hurts you more than it hurts me but thats just my uninformed and ill concieved opinion.
    I am very misunderstood.
    I have stood under the mist and apart from the fact that the subject does have a tendancy to become foggy I cant see any logical reason why anybody with ventricals and a cerebral cortex wouldnt think the same thing, but hey when in Rome eat pizza right? I hope you all ignore me like the weirdo I am and dont even bother visiting ToolyTowers as it hasnt been updated since it was born last Febuary. And with that thought lodged well and truly in your noggins I bid you atchoo.
    Tooly the disaffected midget hurler.

    55) Captain Gavin (Fri Jul 5 19:25:48 EDT 2002) [Email]
    from Perth, Western Australia
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/totoro.html:

    Great Page.
    Like the selection of Totoro paraphernalia.
    Can't seem to access the song files.
    Keep coming up with a Forbidden Access message.
    Tried several times, even on the weekends.
    Do I have to join to gain access? 

    56) Vincent Jung (Fri Aug 9 06:51:55 EDT 2002) [Email]
    from Manchester, England
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/jukebox.html:

    Hi! I think your site is cool and I use to visit it ages ago when I had time. I loved the MP2/3's you put on the Jukebox but when I try to visit the site recently it seems to be down can you tell me why?? 

    57) Akane Hayashi (Sun Sep 8 14:53:10 EDT 2002) [Email]
    from The Computer!
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/jukebox.html:

    Konnchiwa!I love this page! Arigatou for the Zankoku na Tenshi no Teze Mp3! How come it always says 404 error when I click this section now, though? Thanx for the .mp3 and I enjoyed the site! 

    58) Akane Hayashi (Sun Sep 8 14:53:37 EDT 2002) [Email]
    from The Computer!
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/jukebox.html:

    Konnchiwa!I love this page! Arigatou for the Zankoku na Tenshi no Teze Mp3! How come it always says 404 error when I click this section now, though? Thanx for the .mp3 and I enjoyed the site! 

    59) jk (Fri Sep 20 02:02:26 EDT 2002) [Email]
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/jukebox.html:


    60) jk (Fri Sep 20 02:03:41 EDT 2002) [Email]
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/jukebox.html:


    61) jk (Fri Sep 20 02:03:55 EDT 2002) [Email]
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/jukebox.html:


    62) Nigel C. Laysa (Tue Sep 24 00:29:16 EDT 2002) [Email]
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:


    63) Nigel C. Laysa (Tue Sep 24 00:38:14 EDT 2002) [Email]
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    64) frane (Fri Oct 25 18:58:57 EDT 2002) [Email]
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    molim da mi se netko javi tko zna hrvatski unaprijed hvala

    65) Jesse Liu (Fri Dec 13 02:29:01 EST 2002) [Email]
    from Wellington, New Zealand
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/laputa.html:

    I love your Laputa website! Hehe, keep it up! 
    Aw, but I think your map  needs a bit of help! I come from New zealand and that's considered as Australia (continent) but there was no map of New Zealand on the australian thing! lol. maybe its just me..n/m.

    66) celine (Thu Feb 6 20:43:44 EST 2003) [Email]
    from boston
    says about http://looney.physics.sunysb.edu/~daffy/:

    Hi!excellent site.visit.. 

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