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Ridge - Roadkill to shelf

WARNING !! This post contains photos and descriptions of dead animals, skinned animals, decomposition, maggots, and the general gory details involved with cleaning up bones.

I’ve gotten a couple asks about the methods I use to clean bones, so I thought I’d put together a quick summary of the journey of my female Badger, Ridge, from road to shelf. It’s not really a tutorial, but I have almost kind of written it like one - keep in mind this is just Ridge’s personal cleanup journey, and all the steps she went through while being processed (it’s pretty similar for all my roadkill though) It’s a bit garbled and I haven’t really clarified anything… Hm. Maybe I will put together a proper tutorial in the future. For now, this is Ridge~

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i just rewatched ep 11 bc i like to Suffer and i noticed something pretty interesting about the opening titles. 

 a lot of people have clearly seen the colour changes since ep 1 but i focused on the skates and, specifically, the colour of them. first, let’s check out yuuri’s:

silver, so maybe a silver medal after the free skate? at first, i just thought it was a normal blade, but then i saw yurio’s:

black??? that one’s kinda harder to make a clear conclusion on - maybe he doesn’t place, maybe it’s representing his position as the dark horse, or doesn’t do as well as we expect him to, or he gets bronze or below. i feel like this shot may explain a bit:

they’re positioned like they’re on a podium, and though they’re the wrong way around i think yuuri’s skates show he may get silver so yurio may get bronze. 

then there’s viktor:

gold, but he clearly doesn’t get a medal like the other two. i looked back at the opening again after i noticed this, and one little move really made it make some more sense:

the gold is coming from his right hand which, of course, is where the ring from yuuri is.

so… maybe the point is that a skating victory isn’t the REAL success here. perhaps it’s possible that the real winner here is viktor, because he gains yuuri’s love and trust and finds something he never thought he would. the post-credits scene in this ep may have made things look pretty bad, but maybe all’s not lost? this anime sure loves its symbolism, and maybe this is reading WAY too far into it, but i reckon that this could mean a lot more than it seems to. it sure supports the view yuuri wants to end his and viktor’s professional relationship, as opposed to their romantic one, as it shows viktor as the… well, as the victor.