Mukuro is an infamous supersoldier for whom killing is a merely a part of everyday life. She never asked to be hopelessly head-over-heels for this literal embodiment of hope and puppy-dog cuteness and yet here we are.


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↳ For one minute, we just stand here, and I’m not the candidate and you’re not the campaign fixer. We’re just us. I think… that those two people want to be together. I think that love, at the end of the day, is stronger than some mistake somebody made… something they did that they regret. I think that love allows for forgiveness.


Some more from Thursday Guitar Shopping in the Toronto area last week.  These were seen at the Long & McQuade store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada:

  1. Do you know why Leo Fender gave the Stratocaster 3 pickups?  He was designing a guitar to compete with the Gibson Les Paul, released in 1952.  The Les Paul had two pickups (P-90s at the time…of course by ‘57 they had changed to the legendary PAFs), so Leo gave the Strat 3 pickups.  It was kind of a “But these go to 11” moment in guitar history!
  2. SG Deluxe.  Note: three pickups.  See #1 above…  :D
  3. Now THAT is a pretty top!
  4. And so is that!
  5. See point #1 re: PAFs.  My guess is the gold top om the left is a reissue of a ‘57.  If it were a ‘56 it would have the TOM, but P-90s.  If a ‘55 it would have P-90s and a wraparound.  the P-90s/wraparound gold top is my fave Les Paul.  I wouldn’t even care if it was 10 lbs.  Well, 9 lbs anyway… :D
  6. Epiphone Wildkat, IMO one of the best values in the budget guitar range.  Epi Nighthawk too.  Epi 339.  Epi Casino Coupe.  All good.
  7. I’m at a point now where there are so many variations on the Stratocaster that I can’t tell what anything is other than an American Standard, American Deluxe or the variaous AVRI models.  I THINK this is a (used) American Special…but don’t quote me on that!
  8. Another FSR from the 60th Anniversary range.  I’m not big on gold hardware, but I like it here.