I personally have no problem with people who have now become fans of Jeff Blim after his performance as Aragog in AVPSY.
Fans are still fans after all, and even though they may not have been “original” ones, they are still a part of this.
Is it bad that more people are recognising his amazing talent and supporting him? Jeff deserves more people to know his name, and this isn’t going to happen if new followers are hated against.
I became a fan of his straight after HMB! and then discovered his other work from there. Maybe I am not a true supporter of his because I didn’t know of his existance from the moment I was born.
I just want to say that I am welcoming of his new fans from AVPSY, and I encourage them to continue supporting him.
On another note, Committed (Jim and the Povolos) is truly amazing and I recommend you have a listen to it and the rest of the new album.
Exo fans are just so eager, intense and impatient. i’m not just talking about the situation at the airports, but i’m talking about their comeback. they’re always counting down to their comebacks because of this and this member said that they are preparing their comeback, but it’s not official that they are going to have a comeback soon. especially with comments like, “EXO, if you’re reading this, we deserve a fucking comeback.” Excuuuuuuuuuuse me? There’s no words that can explain the amount of stupidity in that. All I’m going to say is to think deeper in the possibilities on why they aren’t having their comeback quicker. It takes time and it’s hard to prepare a new album. If you could just freaking wait a bit longer, I swear they won’t let you down. All these exo fans……are just….too much, really.
hey heres a suggestion
lets not tweet band members saying things like “i need you to tweet this person to save her life” no no no they are band members not someone who you can spill your problems to
a persons life is a lot of pressure to put on strangers and hey if they really did kill themselves bc they didnt get a tweet from a band member how bad do you think theyre going to feel
plus you look really dumb
After the first initial earthquake in New York a blond women, if it matters, was giving a statement as to her initial reaction to the earthquake on an international broadcasting station. Her statement was as followed, “The first thing I thought about when the earthquake happened was that this was an Al-Qiyda terrorist attack.”
No - You read that correctly. The women initially thought that the ground shaking, the cars blasting off with their alarm system, items falling of the ground, and buildings collapsing, was a result of a terrorist attack; not just any terrorist group, but Al-Qiyda specifically. Statistically speaking, there are more Southeast-Asian and South American terrorist groups currently active in the United States than Middle Eastern or Islamic.
I can’t even fathom how an earthquake could be mistaken for a terrorist attack. Was there an explosion before the ground started to shake? What is wrong with a small majority of Americans that assume everything is caused by Al-Qiyda, because the only thing being boardcased is the Middle East; News channels could switch from a couple getting married, to an American solider being a hero for killing an entire Pakistani family on the assumption that they were working for Al-Qiyda, even though a three year-old girl has no idea what Al-Qiyda means.
I just imagine that the small majority of Americans who refuse to use the Internet and learn about different cultures or things they do not understand are like: “There’s a tornado! Al-Qiyda caused it.”
“There was a car crash, the driver must have been working for Al-Qiyda.”
“My dog is barking, he must be with Al-Qiyda.”
“The tax rates just rose, Al-Qiyda must be influencing the economy in the United States. Quick, vote out Barrack Obama and get a more conservative president and continue the war in the Middle East!”
What do you think about this?
I’m sorry, if you guys get up in arms about this, do you get up in arms about every single murder case that appears to be wrongly concluded?
Call me cold-hearted, but I just don’t get it. It’s funny how the media can just pick out any random story because it involves a cute kid and suddenly it’s a national matter.
It’s horrible that Caylee was killed. It is. But I do not understand why or how this specific case is provoking such strong reactions.
you know everyone complains about how like
teachers take it way too seriously when they’re analyzing every single aspect of a book in class? like, really getting into it and asking about the littlest of things even though we might not find it important?
well… don’t we kind of do that for our own fandoms? i mean, going deeper, you know. a lot of people do it with their ships and make up theories for everything and i just
it’s kinda the same
that post about the boy who committed suicide because he was bullied for being white is circulating again.
first of all please do not use a child’s death to fuel your self-righteousness, white people.
secondly, racism refers to systematic oppression. what happened to him wasn’t an effect of racism. it was an effect of hatred based on his skin color can you please have some sense and look at the actual meaning of racism when it comes to dialogue and
please shut the fuck up about this little boy because you are tarnishing his memory