>In some very real ways whats impressing me the most is the level of
>craftsmanship I'm seeing in how you've handled some seemingly minor
>bits, like explaining why we never see Yui and Ui's parents "On
>Camera", yet show that the girls are also not completely without adult
Thank you. I thought it would be important to give the running joke a slightly firmer foundation than it has in the source, without getting too greyfaced about it, and that seemed like the suitably whimsical answer - though it still has a serious undertone, in that it still strongly implies the level of trust the Hirasawas have in their daughters (Ui to run the household in their absence, and Yui not to make that job too onerous).
(It also implies that Yui and Ui have dual United Republic/Air Commonwealth citizenship, which means they're eligible for AC passports - which would be quite handy when the time comes for HTT's first world tour! :)
>Nomad Air, Huh? from the sound of Yui's dad, their a lot better than these guys
Indeed, Nomad Air - the Air Commonwealth's national airline and flag carrier - is one of the most highly respected airlines in Dìqiú - neck-and-neck with the Republic's poshest airline, Western Imperial Airways, in most passenger satisfaction surveys. (Next to Western Imperial, the Republic's flag carrier, imaginatively named United Republic Airlines, is widely regarded as B-list, though not in a risky or shady way; it's just not as nice.)
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