Thanks for All Your Help!
  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Argentina
  3. Armenia
  4. Aruba
  5. Australia
  6. Austria
  7. Azerbaijan
  8. Bahamas
  9. Bahrain
  10. Belgium
  11. Belize
  12. Bolivia
  13. Brazil
  14. Bulgaria
  15. Cambodia
  16. Canada
  17. Chile
  18. China
  19. Colombia
  20. Croatia
  21. Czech Republic
  22. Denmark
  23. Dominican Republic
  24. Ecuador
  25. El Salvador
  26. Estonia
  27. Fiji
  28. Finland
  29. France
  30. Georgia
  31. Germany
  32. Greece
  33. Hong Kong
  34. Hungary
  35. Iceland
  36. India
  37. Indonesia
  38. Iran
  39. Iraq
  40. Ireland
  41. Israel
  42. Italy
  43. Jamaica
  44. Japan
  45. Jordan
  46. Kazakhstan
  47. Kenya
  48. Kuwait
  49. Latvia
  50. Lebanon
  51. Lithuania
  52. Macedonia
  53. Malaysia
  54. Mexico
  55. Morocco
  56. Nepal
  57. Netherlands
  58. New Zealand
  59. Norway
  60. Oman
  61. Pakistan
  62. Papua New Guinea
  63. Paraguay
  64. Peru
  65. Philippines
  66. Poland
  67. Portugal
  68. Puerto Rico
  69. Qatar
  70. Romania
  71. Russia
  72. Serbia
  73. Singapore
  74. Slovakia
  75. Slovenia
  76. South Africa
  77. South Korea
  78. Spain
  79. Sweden
  80. Switzerland
  81. Taiwan
  82. Thailand
  83. Trinidad and Tobago
  84. Turkey
  85. Ukraine
  86. United Arab Emirates
  87. UK (United Kingdom)
  88. USA (United States of America)
  89. Uruguay
  90. Venezuela
  91. Vietnam

So out of the 91 countries that Kingsman: The Secret Service was released in, I currently have picks from 21 different countries and or sovereign state (all the ones bolded). On top of that, I have nearly the minimum amount of 100 photos that I need for the picture mosaic all in less than 2 weeks with still more than 3 months to go. You’re all total and complete rockstars with how much/well you’re all doing to help me with this birthday project. I really cannot thank you enough for that. 

So remember, you can submit your pics on this blog, my Taron blog, or email your pic(s) to me at, or you can send me your pics on Twitter @tegerton_source on AIM or even Kik, I’ll give you all my username for those if you want to go that way. 


1973 - The Wounded Knee Incident began on February 27, 1973, when approximately 200 Oglala Lakota and members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) seized and occupied the town of Wounded Knee, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The protest followed the failure of an effort of the Oglala Civil Rights Organization (OSCRO) to impeach tribal president Richard Wilson, whom they accused of corruption and abuse of opponents. Additionally, protesters attacked the United States government’s breaking of treaties with Indian people and demanded the reopening of treaty negotiations.

On the eighth day the US government issued an ultimatum, which the activists promptly burned. Around this time the leaders of the group declared the territory of Wounded Knee to be the independent Oglala Nation and demanded negotiations with the U.S. Secretary of State.

Oglala and AIM activists controlled the town for 71 days while the United States Marshals Service, FBI agents, and other law enforcement agencies cordoned off the area. The activists chose the site of the 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre for its symbolic value. Both sides were armed and shooting was frequent. A Cherokee and an Oglala Lakota were killed by US fire. Around a half million bullets were fired at the town by US forces during the siege.

Gifs are from this really interesting documentary: [video]


1973 - After white businessman Darold Schmidt was charged with involuntary manslaughter instead of Murder after stabbing Wesley Bad Heart Bull to death on the Pine Ridge reservation more than 200 members of the American Indian Movement, or AIM, arrived for the hearing at the courthouse in Custer. Sarah Bad Heart Bull, the victim’s mother, was beaten on the courthouse steps while trying to enter into talks with authorities, after which the courthouse erupted into a riot between police and American Indians, during which AIM burned down the courthouse. [video]


Here’s some images from the August issue of V-Jump magazine, which includes lots of Digimon stuff, including new interviews with Taich and Yamato’s new voice actors and with legendary Digimon singers Kouji Wada and AiM

All scans and translations by Bokutachi no Ditgital World.

Yamato’s CV Hosoya Yoshimasa
Q: What do you think about the new PV?
A: The art is smooth, the blue looks fresh and wonderful. I have a feeling of “Welcome back”. The music is very good too.
Q: Do you want to experience any adventures now?
A: I want to go to India with 2 friends, and Shikoku Pilgrimage.
Q: Please leave a message for the fans
A: I am Yamato’s CV Hosoya Yoshimasa, I am currently watching Digimon Adventure DVD. Since the character connects the past and present, the personality in the new team is very important, I will try my best.
Taichi’s CV Hanae Natsuki
Q: What do you think abou the new PV?
A: Digimon stays the same, but the children have all grow up, feels kinda lonely. I am excited for the story.
Q: What is your favorite character and Digimon from Digimon Adventure?
A: My favorite character is Koushiro, I think how he is devoted into his own world and ignores everything else is cute. My favorite Digimon are Numemon and Angemon. Numemon’s actions and personality is very cute. I think Angemon is cool and strong when I was in elementary school.
Q: Please leave a message for the fans
A: I would talk about the story. How did the children developed from a child into a grownup? I think it is incredible. I will try my best to act the “grownup Taichi”. Please look forward to November.

The source also includes a longer interview with Wada and AiM, which hopefully will be translated soon.

(On a personal note, I just love it how Hosoya clearly knows little about Digimon but Hanae is a long-time fan who has OPINIONS. Also, both have mastered the art of giving an interview without telling us absolutely nothing new about the thing they are promoting.)