cowboys of faith

If you don’t think hanzo would get an arrow specially made with a little plunger on it so it sticks to things, and then shoot said arrow at genji so it sticks to his forehead with a little note on it that reads “dishonor” every time genji does something stupid I just don’t know what to tell you

Proud to be who i am. Proud of my body. Proud of my tattoos. Proud of where i come from. Proud of my struggles. Proud of what i’ve been through. Proud of both my internal and external scars. Proud to speak my mind. Proud that i never cower to anyone. Proud i can handle myself. Proud to eat a steak when the world is eating salad. Proud to be different. Proud to be strong. Proud to never stay down. Proud to have no fear. Proud to trust in the lord. Proud to be a cowgirl.

Live-Action Cowboy Bebop (US) TV  Series in the Works

Talk about an adaptation of acclaimed anime series Cowboy Bebop is officially out in the open again, and this time Tomorrow Studios, Midnight Radio, and Sunrise are teaming up for a live-action TV series. In addition to the producers that have been announced—including Tomorrow Studios’ Marty Adelstein (Prison Break) and Becky Clements (Good Behavior), among others—Cowboy Bebop has a writer in Thor: The Dark World and Thor: Ragnarok’s Chris Yost.

Here’s what Adelstein had to say about the project:

We are excited to work with Sunrise in bringing this beloved anime to the U.S. and global marketplace as a live-action series" … “The animated version has long resonated with audiences worldwide, and with the continued, ever growing, popularity of anime, we believe a live action version will have an incredible impact today.”

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Faith No More: Live at the Brixton Academy (1991)

Ask me to name the most exciting live act on Earth in 1991 and I’ll pick Faith No More, which treated me to one of the greatest concerts of my entire life that September, at São Paulo, Brazil’s Olympia Theater.

Some 17 months earlier – coincidentally, on my 20th birthday – the trailblazing quintet recorded Live at the Brixton Academy in that famed London venue, and it was thankfully immortalized on the absolutely essential, hilariously named VHS tape, You Fat Bastards. 

Only a portion of that set made it onto this LP (two unreleased studio cuts complemented the CD *), which really can’t do FNM’s singular on-stage ferocity justice, despite explosive renditions of “The Real Thing,” “Falling to Pieces,” “From Out of Nowhere,” and “Zombie Eaters.”

As you’ll probably recall, the band quotes Technotronic’s ubiquitous hit of the day, “Pump Up the Jam,” at the end of their breakthrough, “Epic,” slaps “We Care a Lot” around, waltzes through “Edge of the World” (I still don’t really like this tune), then absolutely crushes Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs.”

Through it all, Mike Patton’s rising star power is unmistakable, but you have to give it up for the entire band, especially drummer Mike ‘Puffy’ Bordin and the now long since dearly departed Jim Martin, whose staccato thrashing talents were really something else.

And there you have it: the most thrilling live band of 1991, in my opinion, anyway.

* These being a country acoustic instrumental named “The Grade” and a much more compelling, properly fleshed out leftover from 1989’s The Real Thing sessions called “The Cowboy Song.”

More Faith No More: Introduce YourselfThe Real ThingKing for a Day … Fool for a LifetimeSol Invictus.

Every time you step into the barn you are more important than you were. I don’t care if it’s a good day or a bad day. Whether you feel worthless or like royalty. You walk into that barn and your animals are happy to see you. No one else in the world will ever understand you like your horse. You will never trust a human being like you do your horse. You have so much trust in them. So much strength. You know what they’re thinking before they do. Your hearts beat as one. No matter if you compete or just trail ride. Your horse is not a pet. Never was. Never will be. But it is a partner. The one thing you can always count on. The one thing whose mood truly effects yours, and vice versa. Your horse is your soul, and a glimpse at heaven. Don’t give up the chance to see them. No matter how bad your day is. No matter how bad you don’t want to get out of bed or see daylight. No matter what you are going through, don’t give up the one thing that has the ability to help heal whatever has caused the wounds.