Derangement

anonymous asked:

Whatever happened to you when you left the Muppet Babies? You never showed up in any of the other muppet stuff. Is it true you explored the Amazon for a while?

I was shot in the mean streets of Chicago by a deranged fan

“Welcome Home (Sanitarium)” by Metallica

Top Metal Albums of the 80′s - #14

Welcome to where time stands still
No one leaves and no one will
Moon is full, never seems to change
Just labeled mentally deranged

Dream the same thing every night
I see our freedom in my sight
No locked doors, no windows barred
No things to make my brain seem scarred

Sleep my friend and you will see
The dream is my reality
They keep me locked up in this cage
Can’t they see it’s why my brain says rage

This song wins, hands down, the award for lyrics most frequently written on high school notebooks in the 80′s. Even high school metal heads could see the parallels between being in a mental health facility and being in high school. 

@true-king-of-monsters

That DLC was bullshit. Same goes for some of the DLC from Arkham Knight

I know, right? It could’ve been a great opportunity to try something different with an more deranged Harley Quinn raising Joker’s kid, and showing that she’s not exactly an angel with the whole “cycle of abuse” thing, but that DLC was a giant copout.

In fact, I think the idea of a kid between Joker and Harley would be an interesting concept (it wouldn’t be out of love, and course the kid would get neglected), like how I described how it the original post or in some other way. Hell, if it worked well enough, the kid could become a canon immigrant and be featured in other stuff, because they would be a great foil for Damien Wayne.

Also, since I haven’t played Arkham Knight yet (I know some spoilers, though, so no worries about that), what happened in the DLC for that?

No one ever talks about how the backing vocals in Paparazzi chorus are in a minor key and expose the hidden sadness in the song that gets clouded by the songs otherwise deranged psychosexual obsession which in turn is commentary on invasive celebrity culture. It reveals a layer of sadness and maybe remorse? It's a layer that only Gaga could add and what separates her from others. She gets layers.