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Joined May 07, 2012 at 08:14AM EDT
Wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest, really.
Merry Christmas, my friend.
Do people seriously like this unironically? Not trying to be rude, I honestly can’t tell. It’s too…weird to tell how serious anyone is when it comes to Death Grips. (Or any kind of /mu/ related out-there music style in general.) I see them get used in Soundclown mash-ups a lot, which means they’re probably shit to someone, but people can parody things they like, so I really just don’t know.
Also, that one picture of Ride screaming at the top of his lungs, with veins popping out and his scratchy beard in combination with his intense screams always look like some kind of Venom Symbiote trying to take over his face to me. Freaks me out.
Made by Gainax, go figure.
The ending reminded me of the ending to TTGL. Infinity Silhouette, with its infinite power backed by infinite feelings and size of planets, is pretty much the same as the Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann.
Actually, while Drake stills look somewhat similar, Josh has gone through a complete and stunning transformation that gives me hope for myself.
Bask in the powers of puberty.
(Also, while we’re at it, look at this
So what I’m hearing is, our astronauts are vampires as well. What does that make the Russian cosmonauts, werewolves? Is there an Illuminati connection in all of this?
Check and mate.
Speaking as a doctor, I believe you have a severe case of butthurt.
God, reading this series is so surreal as the CIA torture documents are being released.
Most of the Founding Fathers were Free Masons, actually. They have a monument in D.C. and everything.
>Implying it’s weird for DEMONS to engage in incest or pedophilia.
What did you expect, prey tell? Though, if it makes you feel any better, the artist said it wasn’t meant to be incest, so blame whoever commissioned a drawing of familial love between two people in succubus outfits.
Well, that’s what happens when you teach to the test.
Introducing Number 81: Superdreadnought Rail Cannon Superior Dora.
While I don’t think it’s something to get up-in-arms about, it still technically is as the majority of the population celebrates it, entire towns are decked out only for it, commercials only care about it and it’s assumed everyone is celebrating it until stated otherwise. That it’s treated as the norm makes it a privilege, just one I personally don’t find to be particularly oppressing due to posts like Bob’s.
Also, Christmas is about birth, Hanukkah is about war. Even as a Jew, I still feel like the former is a better thing to celebrate, honestly. Why Hanukkah would actually fill anyone with gay cheer when it’s about bloodshed, even in the name of liberation, is beyond me.
Not every villain has to be some moody, edgy, emo, “everything is sorrow, join me in the void of despair!” Kingdom Hearts kind of villain. For one thing, villains so incredibly evil that they have zero humanity actually kind of makes them a joke in their ridiculous zeal; it gets too hammy. Seeing bad people but knowing that they’re also able to crack a joke or do something less-than-evil makes them that much more scary because you know you’re fighting against a real “person” with actual emotions and human worth, dignity or value and not just a cartoonish, unrealistic, exaggerated, embodiment of PURE EVIL. Because you never walk down the street and find the ultimate face of cruelty just chilling at a coffee shop. But pretty much every day you’re liable to run into some asshole who, while flawed and possibly even funny, is still a huge jerk that makes your life hard unless you stand up to them. Being evil, but not completely evil, is what makes villains so relatable. Being funny doesn’t prevent a character from being truly menacing. Classic example: The Joker.
I find that that’s due to highlight the tension between Korra wanting to be a one-Avatar army and the reality of the modern world requiring entire countries or corporations big enough to handle such huge issues. Especially as technology replaces human effort, or bending effort in this case.