These last few days, My Haruhiism meter increasing rapidly. I've finished reading "The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi" a long time ago. So, I continue with "The sighs of Suzumiya Haruhi" and "The Boredom of Suzumiya Haruhi". Currently, I'm reading "The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi". It was great, the story never lose it's charm. My favorite part was Haruhi logic in the Tanabata Festival.
"Do you know who it is that grants people wishes on Tanabata? Orihime and Hikoboshi. Then, do you know which stars Orihime and Hikoboshi are referring to? Alpha Lyrae and Alpha Aquilae. Let me explain. There's no way we could travel faster than the speed of light, according to the Special Theory of Relativity. Just to let you know. The distance between the Earth and the Alpha Lyrae and Alpha Aquila are twenty-five and sixteen light-years respectively. This means it would take twenty-five years and sixteen years to send a message from Earth to those stars. These are the facts - you get it? So this would equal the time required for a god to receive our wishes, right? We would have to wait for that long in order to get our wishes granted. So write down what you would wish for in twenty-five or sixteen years' time! Writing wishes like 'I wish to have a hunk of a boyfriend by next Christmas!' is not going to work, because the wish won't be granted on time!"