OBL

anonymous asked:

The RR novel became a "best-seller", yet it stood at #4 and sold 18,563 copies (oricon(.)co(.)jp/rank/obl/w/2017-01-09/), while "The Death Save The Strawberry" sold 55,505 copies (myanimelist(.)net/forum/?topicid=1289667). I guess RR is not that popular compared to IR even after Kubo/Matstubara's attempt in justifying 686/IH+RR lol.

And we have another hellhole novel to look forward to. I guess them lying about stats isn’t such a stretch from their history of photoshopping, and cropping out Rukia to pedal an IH fantasy.

anonymous asked:

Pna lbh qrfpevor jung Tbagn'f SGR'f ner nobhg??? V jnag gb xabj nobhg orfg obl ;.;

Free time events

Uvf SGRf fgrz sebz jnagvat gb or zber bs n tragyrzna naq uvf onpxfgbel bs orvat envfr va gur zbhagnvaf/jvyqrearff sbe gra lrnef.

V'z tbvat gb jbex ba uvf svefg ohg V'z qbvat nyy gur Serr gvzr riragf nf V unir n cyna. Gur SGRf pna or ivrj-noyr ntnva sebz gur rkgenf fperra fb gung'f n oyrffvat.

The first image of bin Laden that the White House may show us is ‘bloody and gruesome, with a bullet wound to his head above his left eye.’ If it’s released, this is the image that will instantly supplant every other account of Sunday’s raid as the iconic representation of America’s moment of triumph over its most wanted enemy. Is that what we want—the official equivalent of the Saddam hanging video? Did we learn nothing from the past decade about the overwhelming power of crude images of violence to define and polarize our historical moment?

I am way too close to this whole episode to be rational about this in any way, shape or form. Last night was a good night for me. And not just for New York, or D.C., or America, but for human people. The face of the Arab world in America’s eyes, for too long, has been bin Laden. And now, it is not. Now, the face is only the young people in Egypt, and Tunisia, and all the Middle Eastern countries… (where) freedom rises up, al Qaeda’s opportunity is gone. Al Qaeda’s opportunity is gone.

For the last ten years, al Qaeda had the world’s attention. They apparently wanted an ideology competition. And for all our rights and wrongs, and the world’s rights and wrongs, all al Qaeda seems to have come up with is, ‘Uhhhh, all right, we killed some Americans. How 'bout killing some British people? Maybe bombing Yemen? Shoe bomb doesn’t work? How 'bout an underwear bomb?’ They have nothing.

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JON STEWART, The Daily Show.

Fuck yeah.