Despite what you may have seen in the Art of Naruto manga or even on the official Naruto website, Hayashi never said that he was fired, and he stated in a 2012 interview that he had purposely made Zaraki look like he had everything under control so that it would be easier for the audience to accept the loss of face that Zaraki would experience when he is defeated. It's purely meant to be an honorable defeat and to foreshadow the fact that all of Zaraki's time would be spent in prison as a result of losing his Rinnegan. The final revelation at the end of the arc is that Naruto Storm is a true and true sequel to Naruto.
It allows people to express things that they wouldn't be able to express through text messages or normal conversation over, say, a phone call. In the Macross Frontier series, the two main characters talk about past events and i, mostly about the problems they had to overcome in their pasts. It is often a very frequent conversation among the two main characters, but it has never been stated as what the motif is. However, in the last episode of Rozen Maiden: Träumend, somebody besides the main characters was being interviewed about Zankyou no Terror. In the story, the only person who could do such an interview was Haruhi Fujioka. This shows that people can watch the anime for purposes other than entertainment.
The anime is a series about a wannabe ninja, a girl named Haruhi Suzumiya, and the transformations she undergoes. The story begins in the backwards world of Tetsucchi Town, and continues until the final volume of the original anime series, where the characters make a detour through a parallel universe. In the manga, it's fairly obvious that the characters' yearly grades in School do not reflect their academic performance, and the Suzumiya family head Shinichi is very paranoid about it. Shinichi's fears are confirmed in the manga, where it's also shown how a good life in the parallel universe will stress him out so much that he'll have a heart attack. d2c66b5586