A bit of backstory. I originally saw NGE back when it was on Adult Swim, I think I was around seventeen at the time. It was an amazing series and then I forgot about it. Several years later, I'm driving in the car with my little brother from Thanksgiving Dinner, and we were reading the Troper Tales section of What Do You Mean It's Not For Kids on my phone, and then we start watching clips of disturbing animes on youtube. My little brother<http://apophis-wolf.livejournal.com/> voices his skepticism that any anime could be disturbing as the troper tales people made it out to be. I express how even I find some animes disturbing. He continues to act tough, so I take out my trump card, the pinnacle of mindfuckery, Neon Genesis Evangelion. (I had watched End of Eva on a whim a week beforehand.) I show him a clip of it from youtube. Unfortunately, it's only the first minute of the first episode. Needless to say, he is unimpressed. As I begin searching for other clips, he says to me, "It just looks like your regular giant robot anime." My brother loves to test fate: "What is the worst that could happen?", "Wouldn't it be great if we were suddenly attacked by zombies/the Well/the Wahrwolf(don't ask)?", etc. However, this time he tested Fate once too far. The very next day, I went out and bought the entire series on dvd(platinum edition, fyi). It actually rekindled my own love of NGE, and I ended up buying the Shinji Ikari Raising Project Manga(After watching End of Eva for the first time, SIRP can be very cathartic.), and Eva 1.0<http://www.funimation.com/evangelion/>.
If you're a fan of the Eva series, I recommend evageeks.org. It is a site where Eva fans try to figure out what the hell they just watched.
Also, Scott Brown won in Massachusetts.