data seven

anonymous asked:

I'm very confused about my gender identity and I can't go to my family for help. Can I please have some advice and kind words from Data? Thanks you.

Data wants to tell you that’s it’s okay to not be sure what you identify as. Self-discovery is a process, one that can take a long time, and one that can be scary, but you’ll eventually reach a point where you’re comfortable and happy with yourself.
If you’d like to talk to someone, he suggests looking up LGBT resources, groups, or centers nearby, or organizations that offer phone or online support. You might also try finding places or moments, maybe away from your family or a little outside of your normal life, where you can try different identities and presentations to find out what feels best for you.
Data believes in you, and he’ll support you every step of the way, and accept you however you decide you identify.

Data knows it can be difficult to connect with people, especially if you’ve moved away to attend school and haven’t been able to see them in a while. He wants to tell you it’s okay to be sad about feeling isolated from your old friends, and they probably feel the same way about not being able to see you.
There are ways to still keep in touch over distance, like video chat or watching movies together or sending each other letters or cards, and he wonders if one of these might be helpful to you. It might not be the same kind of relationship you had before, but most relationships evolve over time. And hopefully you can find new friends at your new school to do things with, too, so you feel less lonely.

I find it absolutely beautiful when and anime character reveals his/her true form and/or powers in an anime. The feeling you get is incredibly addicting and I just can’t get enough of it. 

*thinks about the CyberSix au with Sheith*

RFA Valentines Week Day 3! (time for God Seven™) 

(let’s just get to it) 

707′s Pokemon Team: 

  • Umbreon: Again, not an official starter god dammit gary oak. He evolved his Eevee into it because 
    • 1) it helps him on missions
    • 2) they match
  • Porygon2: From V (along with Unknown’s Porygon). He doesn’t intend to evolve it further. 
  • Plusle: He met it (along with Unknown’s Minun) when they were young. 
  • Luxray: Supplied by the agency Seven works for. That doesn’t stop him from bonding with it. 
    • The fact that it’s basically a giant cat helped. (even if he gets shocked a lot) 
  • Zoroark: His prank buddy. Used to belong to V (as a Zorua) 
  • Zygarde: Seven traveled to Alola on an agency mission and managed to sneak some Zygarde Cells out of the cube. (Which is why it’s only in its 10% Forme)
    • The moment Sina and Dexio described the process of collecting Zygarde Cells and Cores he was like “oh my god its a lot like collecting data” 

(Seven keeps his Pokemon in Beast Balls because he had some extras from the UB mission. His agency wasn’t too happy about it, but at least he didn’t hack them on. Also, they’re cool.) 

@mysticmessimagines

| yoosung | unknown | 707 | zen | jaehee |

Too many to watch

WELCOME TO THE NHK
Claymore
Bleach
The Vision of Escaflowne
Dance in the Vampire Bund
Towa no Quon
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings
Red Data Girl
Eureka seven
Cowboy Bebop
Ghost in the shell
Tears to Tiara
Gun Grave
Chibi Vampire
S-Cry-ed
Break Blade
Inu x Boku SS
nurarihyon no mago
Muv luv
School Rumble
Burst Angel
Heaven’s Memo Pad
Saikano
Toyko majin
Kiba
Blood+
Tide-Line Blue
Kurokami The Animation
Karas
Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto
Whitchblade
Vandread
Arcana Famiglia
blood c
Say “I love you.
Black blood brothers
Nabari no Ou
Rozen maiden
Kamisama Dolls
Steel Angel Kurumi
When they cry
Unbreakable Machine Doll
R.O.D the TV
phi brain
Maria Holic
Toriko
Baccano!
Hakkenden
Good luck girl
The World That God Knows
Tsukihime
little busters
Psyco pass
Elemental Gelade
We without wings
Magi
Jormungand
Last Exile
Birdy the Mighty: Decode
Kokoro Connect
Tiger bunny
Trigun
Negima!
Gantz
Okami san
Hayate the Combat Butler
Gravion
UN-GO
Speed Grapher
Magikano
Heroic age
Fractale
Densetsu no Yuusha no Densetsu
Is the Order a Rabbit?
Chrono crusade
puella magi madoka magica
Kamisama Kiss
Casshern Sins
Sunday Without God
Ah my goddness
ef a tale of memories
Love Chunibyo & Other Delusions!
Utawarerumono
Aquarion Evol
Knights of Sidonia
Corpse Princess
Ga-Rei
Canaan
The Legend of the Legendary Heroes
Munto
Eden of the East
The Galaxy Railways
Trinity blood
Zegapain
Tokyo Underground
Ergo Proxy
ICE
Macross
Xam’d: Lost Memories
Innocent Venus
Mushishi
The Big O
Kyo Kara Maoh
Amnesia
Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo
From the New World
Kanon
Penguindrum
Hiiro no Kakera
Dusk Maiden of Amnesia
Eden of the East
Shiki
Danganronpa
Maoyu – Archenemy & Hero
Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne
Yumeria
Outbreak Company
Majestic Prince
Valkyria Chronicles
log horizon
Ben-to
Please twins/teacher
Gravion
Kill la Kill

I have all these anime on my watch list and I dunno what to watch lmao Nearly all dubbed or going to be dubbed if anyone needs dub to watch :)

anonymous asked:

what do you think of the recent vox article: No easy answers: why left-wing economics is not the answer to right-wing populism

tl;dr: It’s bad. 

Apologies for how incredibly long this is, and further apologies if I stop making sense at some point, as these are all rough first thoughts (and, again, this is really long).

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I only wrote ONE of these! 🅱 wrote the rest, and I think the change in style might be enough to signify which is mine. If not, I wrote the report specifically stated to be by Henrik Von Schneeplestein on SCP 3025, every other report is the work of 🅱  who is amazing.
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“The Earth From Here Is A Grand Oasis In The Big Vastness Of Space.“ - Jim Lovell

These words were spoken by Astronaut Jim Lovell aboard Apollo 8, in 1968.  This was the first manned spacecraft to leave Earth’s orbit and then look back at the ‘Blue Marble’ that we call home.

Fast forward to today and images of our home planet are still awe inspiring to see. NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) recently captured a unique view of Earth from the spacecraft’s vantage point in orbit around the moon.

"The image is simply stunning,” said Noah Petro, Deputy Project Scientist for LRO at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. “The image of the Earth evokes the famous ‘Blue Marble’ image taken by Astronaut Harrison Schmitt during Apollo 17, 43 years ago, which also showed Africa prominently in the picture.”

In this composite image we see Earth appear to rise over the lunar horizon from the viewpoint of the spacecraft, with the center of the Earth just off the coast of Liberia (at 4.04 degrees North, 12.44 degrees West). The large tan area in the upper right is the Sahara Desert, and just beyond is Saudi Arabia. The Atlantic and Pacific coasts of South America are visible to the left. On the moon, we get a glimpse of the crater Compton, which is located just beyond the eastern limb of the moon, on the lunar farside.

LRO was launched on June 18, 2009, and has collected a treasure trove of data with its seven powerful instruments, making an invaluable contribution to our knowledge about the moon. LRO experiences 12 earthrises every day; however the spacecraft is almost always busy imaging the lunar surface so only rarely does an opportunity arise such that its camera instrument can capture a view of Earth. Occasionally LRO points off into space to acquire observations of the extremely thin lunar atmosphere and perform instrument calibration measurements. During these movements sometimes Earth (and other planets) pass through the camera’s field of view and dramatic images such as the one shown here are acquired.

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