It’s finally the school holidays :D But not really since we still have to study and what not haha…ha… TT^TT Well my animal crossing 3ds accidently got wet so i had to make a new mayor >3< i’m not clumsy at all (ovo)9 so meet my new little mayor XD (psh i know they don’t have that hair but why not~) haahahha I haven’t drawn in ages so i have lost my style….esp with my colouring o-o i just improvised lol idk anymore…. OTL
So I’ve got this sorta headcanon theory where your Mayor character is actually a human droid. That’s why their expressions and speech patterns are so minimal.
For instance, you aren’t able to have any other expression (on command) until you learn by copying Shrunk. So just imagine those first few weeks or maybe even a month of this droid permanently in ‘neutral smile’ mode and all the villagers just commenting on how happy they look cause they don’t know how else to compliment the human droid without saying that they’re sorta creepy.
Of course villagers start to confide in the mayor, seeing as how they don’t really say much. So when the mayor brings medicine to sick villagers or tells a villager not to move because they’ll miss them, it really puts them off guard cause who expects a robot to actually care?
Anyways, just some sketches to get the idea sorta out of my head.
Ex-mayor of a Mexican town is lead suspect in kidnapping and possible murder of 43 student protesters. Tens of thousands are protesting in Mexico for justice for the students. Even more people around the world are standing up for them as well.
In one of the dumbest and most racially tone-deaf scandals in recent memory, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges has been accused of “posing with a convicted felon while flashing a known gang sign” because she and a black volunteer pointed at each other in a photo. And that’s not an exaggeration — it’s taken straight from the first sentence of the local ABC affiliate’s coverage.
In their hard-hitting coverage, KSTP ABC 5 Eyewitness News cited law enforcement sources as saying that the picture “put[s] the public and police at risk.”
Last night we got the mayor of the city of Seattle, Ed Murray, to agree to let us keep a unicorn in our Seattle store parking lot. We did have to bribe him with promises of free unicorn rides and compost for his garden. In his honor, we will name the unicorn “The Honorable Murray McSparkles.”