by katrina


“I was just starting to think you’re okay. I was thinking, ‘Nancy Wheeler: she’s not just another suburban girl who thinks she’s rebelling by doing exactly what every other suburban girl does, until that phase passes and they marry some boring one-time jock who now works sales, and they live out a perfectly boring little life at the end of a cul-de-sac exactly like their parents, who they thought were so depressing.’ But now, hey, I get it.”

Things we don’t know yet in dgm

- Who the heart is

- What innocence is trying to accomplish

- Where innocence comes from/who made it exactly

- What the Noahs are trying to do

- What akuma are actually for

- Why the earl wears a clown suit

- Why the earl split into babies

- Who was in mana’s akuma skeleton when allen brought him back

- Who is past allen

- Why did he become young again

- Is god real

- What happened 7000 years ago

- What happened 40 years ago

- What Nea is trying to accomplish

- The third side of the war

- Who is the old man on life support

- Is Cross dead

- Why does Lavi have an eye patch

- Is Lavi dead

- Was Eliade’s ghost real when she talked to Krory

- Why were exorcists like Kanda near the campbell houshold before he died

- Why does Cross have two innocence

- Why is Cross a skull

- How do noah memories work

- If Allen is past Allen where did the arm come from

- Is Allen past Allen

- Why does Allen’s curse evolve and have Mana speak to him as a ghost

- What were Lavi’s previous lives

- Why is anyone doing anything

- Is the earl actually Mana Campbell or something else

- What does the prophecy mean

- What is the significance of curses only affecting humans

- What was Katrina’s relationship with past earl

- What happened to bookman’s previous apprentice

- Is Timcampy dead

- Why is Tyki mommy

- Why does Tyki look like mana/nea/past earl

- What do Wisley and Road know

- What is sleeve earl

- How did Mana “die”

- Why is Sheryl obsessed with Road

- Who is actually the villain

- Do we even have an “evil” side

- Why did Nea kill the noahs

- How did Nea “fight for Mana”

- Why is it a secret

- Who made Urcampy

- Why can Cross modify akuma

- Why are the noah specifically not trying to wipe out the exorcists

- What was Alma and Kanda’s relationship like before they died

- How did they die

-Where is George the chicken

- The plot

What we do know

- Kanda likes soba noodles

- That’s about it
Trump Tells Puerto Ricans Hurricane Wasn’t “a Real Catastrophe Like Katrina”
By Bess Levin

Kicking off a news conference in San Juan, Trump couldn’t help but comment on how much Puerto Ricans, who have been without electricity and water for days, are costing the government. “Mick Mulvaney is here, right there, and Mick is charge of a little thing called budget. Now I hate to tell you Puerto Rico, but you’ve thrown our budget a little out of whack,” Trump said in what, at best, was a completely inappropriate joke. “Because we’ve spent a lot of money on Puerto Rico.”

This of course, was merely a warm-up for the true highlight of Trump’s remarks, when he pushed back on comparisons between Hurricane Maria and Hurricane Katrina in the most insensitive way possible. “We’ve saved a lot of lives,” Trump said. “Every death is a horror. But if you look at a real catastrophe like Katrina, and you look at the tremendous hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people that died, and you look at what happened here with really a storm that was totally overpowering, nobody’s ever seen anything like this.” While the official death toll in Puerto Rico currently stands at 16, that number hasn’t been updated in six days, given the lack of electricity and communications. Experts say the number of victims is likely far higher, and will only become clear as the disaster recovery effort progresses.

At other times, Trump veered into characteristic displays of stream-of-consciousness thinking, lurching from comments about the cost of the recovery to a feverish riff on the military’s new F-35 fighter jet, which he described, incorrectly, as a plane you “literally can’t see.”