I happen to have the whole thing on Blu-ray, so I recorded the entire intro with Fraps.
Edit: I didn’t know much about editing or encoding 7 years ago when I recorded and uploaded this. I can definitely say this is not true full HD. It was the best quality on YouTube at the time of uploading, though.
Background/Credits to this show: It APPEARS FUNimation has rights to the series here on YouTube. I really hope you don’t decide to get this taken down… I’m not going to be uploading any more from this show that this video. I see it more as promoting it. The song is Rise, and it’s by Origa. Ghost in the Shell was made by the Japanese anime studio by the name of Production I.G. It was directed by Kenji Kamiyama. It was/is broadcasted by the Animax (アニマックス) network in Japan, and the Nippon Television Network Coorporation (日本テレビ放送網株式会社). As far as I know, Bandai Entertainment owns rights to it, possibly along with other companies? Starzmediavod seems to have rights to it here on YouTube, actually. I’m not sure.
All that I can remember of this dream is that I was in a building that was possibly partly or mostly a college or school, and I was in a competition with other people including my formal male classmate AM.
I can not remember what the competition was about, I do remember that I was tricked into wearing an outfit during the competition, which ended up looking like a dress or something; which I was not happy about at all, but the competition was going on so I could not stop.
This is how The Game Theorists describes this video:
Is beloved my many, whether it’s through the SCP Foundation and community or the games like SCP Containment Breach and SCP Blackout. They’ve landed in some trouble recently, with a person taking their Russian trademark. You see, that person has been on a mission to, seemingly, take down all the SCP over there. Why? No one is quite sure. Today, I want to focus on the LEGALITY of what is happening, Should this person be able to get the SCP copyright? What power does he have? What does it mean for the beloved SCP? Let’s dive in!
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