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Vol. 4 Ch. 26
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FUCK that stalker bitch is always a nuisance
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@VladDracul2 @Southpaw 1 year later, I came to comment, but you already dissected the chapter very thoroughly: I probably enjoyed your discussion more than the chapter itself.
The only thing left to say is that when I hear someone self-proclaming a genius, I always think of this.

https://youtu.be/YWWeffu4ZTw
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@Kampfarsch So, once again, in chapter 10 "Mister" writes down a fake number and gives it to stalker girl. She calls it and figures out it was fake, then, she grabs his phone and forcibly gets the real number. When he quits work the next day she gets the manager to tell her his "address". She then goes there and realizes it was a fake address. In chapter 26, Matsubase is in the cafe and meets the girl. She then proceeds to write down "Mister"'s real phone number and fake address on a new piece of paper and give it to Matsubase. "Mister" never wrote down his fake address only the fake phone number, the paper Matsubase got was a different one from the one "Mister" wrote on.
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@tempforthis yeah but she gave him the piece of paper with the fake information on it stupid
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@Kampfarsch I know your post was months ago, but, the stalker girl took his phone and forcibly exchanged numbers after she realized he gave her a fake number.
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it cant be the same number because he gave her a fake number wtf
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Sachi so unlucky. Things never go her way. Obstacles left and right non stop.
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Don't get me wrong,I like detective man,but I really wish Onii-san & Sachi live happily ever after together.
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That god damn waitress
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Man i wish this detective can keep his nose out of there buisness honestly shes better off killing that guy and herself
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@simplicity

Hmm.. All fair points.
I knew that you responded to others as well, but when you include me like this, it's hard to understand what is aimed at me, them, or all of us at the same time.

Either way, discussion or not, me disagreeing with you or not; it was an interesting read.
For example I thought your thoughts about her being locked out, not to be exactly valid as an "argument" here, but it was still something to think about.. Why was she locked out that day?
I hope we will find out.
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@Southpaw
Last edited 1 year ago by simplicity.
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@simplicity
Thank you for your respond, it was a good read.

However, I feel like I yet again has to re-state my issue...

I agree with almost everything you had written as reason, even thought some make a lot of sense, reason for why he might DISMISS, it being consentual, and her being forced.
But my issue was that he never did, we never once saw him even being open to the idea of a runaway.

But let me adress the points of your I don't buy, if it isn't adressed, considering it either insignificant, shared a similar explanation, or I accepted it, take it as you like. However, I'm a little ticked that most of what I will say is something I've already stated my stance on, hence why I and Vlad decided to move on.

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@Southpaw @Draidon @Rozzak Just tagging you guys because I thought you may be interested in an analysis of the situation, but you don't have to read/respond. :)

These are some of the reasons why I think the detective may not have considered her as acting out of her own will. He comes from the same abusive background, so he knows that she wouldn't have considered running away (which she didn't, she initially wanted to commit suicide). What he doesn't know is that the parents locked her out first and he probably wouldn't have been able to guess that. Even I find that behaviour strange, her parents have always confined her in the house, but why lock her out this one time? They could've just kept her in handcuffs like always. Since he knows where she's coming from, he probably deducted that she wouldn't have any friends, much less a boyfriend. Who would she run away with? There isn't such a person.

(More under cut)
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@Trippy It's very possible this is a fake out, and they're at the wrong address.
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@Southpaw

I... have nothing else to say. I agree with you that we've reached a point where further discussion will bear nothing; we both have points where we agree with the other and all of the potential disagreements lay mostly on personal views of the matter. We've reached a consensus where our views intersected and on the small differences we have agreed to disagree.

Weird.

Guess that here ends the argument between us, it was a pleasure to discuss with you, wish you the best of lucks.
Last edited 1 year ago by MangaDex.
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@VladDracul2

I will try to keep it short, since I believe that we have hit a wall where we will either completly agree with each other, or disagree, and further discussion wouldn't bear much..
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@Southpaw

Actually this was for everyone, since pretty much everybody was commenting about the same thing. Funnily enough, I originally wanted to separate my text in both general and specific, but decided against it since it would've taken the already long wall of text into fortress levels.

Now, onto the topic at hand:
Let me start by saying two things:
    First, you make some pretty good points in your arguments, to the point that it made me rethink some of the things I said and points I made.
    Second, for some reason I completely missed the 18° chapter, so my knowledge of the situation was rather faulty (like the detectives).

That being said, there are some parts that I need to counter-counterargument on, so for the sake of a healthy discussion (and an easier reading) I will do it in order.

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So Young Ace Detective looks like he might be catching on to the peculiarities of his case.

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@VladDracul2

I don't know if all this was for me, since you didn't include an @ or my name. However, I do feel this is adressed to me and related to my discussion below so I will respond anyway.
I only saw this since I thought it came a new chapter and got excited... (I do believe on can complain and still enjoy that very same thing).

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