interesting stuff i found

So there’s this “What paladin are you?” test on the Voltron site..

That seems to give you some info about the characters.. And I found some of the stuff very interesting, so I’m just gonna share my thoughts here. (answers colored according to the paladin)

What I love about this is that Keith maybe isn’t very passionate about flying even, and is still like the best pilot of their generation. While Lance probably loves it so much but just sucks at it. 

I think we all can identify with Lance there haha.

(Keith is that artist with no formal education that draws freaking awesome art and is like “meh just a lil doodle I did in 2 minutes” and makes everyone go “Holy shit that’s amazing!” while Lance is there sweating, practicing day and night, spends 4 years in art school, reads all the tutorials online, and it still takes him 6 hours to draw a stick figure and he’s so proud of it and he goes to show it off to everyone and everyone just go “wow, you suck Lance.” haha. Hang in there Lance, we believe in you!!! You’re gonna be great one day!)

Probably my favorite part about this whole quiz.

Shiro’s fear is regret huh.. This connects to what he said to Pidge when he quoted her dad “If you get too worried about what could go wrong, you might miss a chance to do something great”. 

I wonder if Shiro did something or didn’t do something that made him feel regretful in the past. This is very interesting actually, cause it makes it seem like Shiro is the kind of person who just goes “YOLO” at things haha, or maybe someone who’s really afraid of making mistakes and has to force himself to go “YOLO” at things. (I just wanna see Shiro going YOLO at everything haha)

Pidge’s fear is failure. Not sure if it’s just related to finding her family or something deeper.

Hunk is.. well not much to say about that.

Lance! Losing... So like, a self confidence problem? My guess, and you can see it very clearly in the show I think, he probably doesn’t think much of himself despite how he acts and talks.

Keith, wow, I… I dunno where to even start on that one. Just gonna say, buckle up! Cause we’re probably in for a very emotional ride there with Keith. 

That boy is gonna feel so much. 

I wonder though, is he scared of feelings because maybe he considers them a weakness? Maybe because as a freedom seeking person he’s scared of attachments? Is it because he experienced something very painful that made him not wanna feel anything ever again?

Also ok, we definitely see something that looks like feelings there atleast when it comes to Shiro… (Not that much with the rest yet. yet.) like you know, the kind that I think Keith is afraid of.. So now I’m even more curious about what the hell that’s about, and I really wanna see how it’s gonna develop.

Well not much to say here..

So, why I haven’t seen any fan art of the paladins with their official animal yet? Where it’s hiding?

That feeling when you find out there’s a multichapter complete fic with the plot of one of your favorite rom-coms with your otp as main characters/couple

Originally posted by caffeinatedcandyshark

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Going through the comic again because hey, it’s a good comic (and I’m going to buy it as soon as it appears in shop shelves or whatever) and I found this.

First of all, I was surprised, because I’d seen art where Lance calls Keith ‘samurai’ but I hadn’t remembered the canonicity of the line, and here it is - they’ve just taken down the big insect monster with Keith’s sword work, and everyone is complementing him on it - including Lance. 

Lance also happens to have a slight blush going across both cheeks in a way that most of the others don’t, and he isn’t grinning like Pidge is. If anything, his expression is soft, and a variation on the one we see in Beta Traz when talking about Keith doing ‘cool stuff’.

But what I found really interesting was the way that Lance has only just praised Keith (complete with non-insulting nickname!) and he is straight back into attempting to drive the attention back to him. 

Literally, the first thing he does is go ‘Maybe you should be saying ‘great job, Lance.’ - and when Keith, who is probably confused as well as annoyed, says ‘I’m the one that formed the sword’, he isn’t just referring to ‘plugging in a bayard’, as Lance puts it. He was also the one who knew what to do with the sword, who was directing the team. In many ways, this is Keith’s specialty.  

So basically, Lance does a complete face turn from ‘praising Keith’ to ‘anyone could have done what he did’. 

Note that when Keith says that flying a leg can’t be that hard because Hunk flies a leg, he also says ‘sorry, but you always say you’re the worst pilot’, which is less derogatory of him and more stating a point of fact - this is just what they do. There’s nothing amazing about doing what you do.

But the most important part of this for Lance, which no one really picks up on, is the very fact that he says ‘I coordinated a complex pivoting movement with a leg-shaped lion!’. He wants to know that what he is capable of and achieves isn’t taken for granted. He wants, more than anything I think, reassurance.

This is more obvious after having seen Beta Traz, but it’s been here all along.

And it isn’t just that - in that one sentence, there’s this implication that in order to do this, there’s this understanding of pivots. It might not mean much considering we haven’t seen anything of the sort yet other than Lance’s love of making Voltron kick things, but it’s entirely possible his area of science lies more in the traditional mechanics of pulleys, levers and pivots rather than Pidge’s computers or Hunk’s electrical hardware. Which I’d say also explains how he doesn’t understand what Pidge and Hunk are on about when they talk science - his is simply a different area. He might not even be the best at it, but he knows it, and he doesn’t get what they’re good at.

Well, that last bit is just a theory, but it’s an interesting one to go with at least, I hope.

I found some interesting things about some of the stuff that Dan Stevens has been in:

  • He starred in the movie The Guest
  • In the newest movie for Beauty and the Beast, “Be our Guest” is one of the songs
  • He plays a character named Nick Guest in a show called “The Line of Beauty
  • He plays David Haller in the new show Legion and “David” In The Guest.
  • In Downton Abbey, Matthew’s cook is named Ms. Bird and in Legion there’s a Melanie Bird

Found another great post on FB today:

“In other news, Luis Enrique is probably not going to extend his Barca contract and after watching certain Barca fans’ reactions to this particular piece of news - I would be immensely glad for him to not renew. The club will suffer (it will, make no mistake there) but yeah it’s what we deserve for being such a faux-elitist fanbase full of illusion-doused backhanded "opinions” about our current coach.

I mean seriously this guy is a legit Barca legend, was a club captain, was one of the few consistent performers in our darkest days in recent history, has won more than Pep did in his first two years as a coach, assembled the best ever frontline in club football history (I kick on the opinion of those who say Charlton-Best-Law was better because frankly feck your uninformed Wikipedia-totting bullshit) and broke almost every record in the club’’s history. Yet, he’s inadequate.

I get why other team’s fans will think lowly of him (they think CR and Messi are on the same level so anything is possible) and frankly he’’s not as good as Pep was/is overall (Pep is one of a kind), but he doesn’t need to be as good. In a war, being a great general doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be the greatest of tacticians. It means you have to be better than anyone else in bringing the best out of your troops. Pep brought the best out of Messi/Xavi/Iniesta/Keita/Pedro/Busquets. Lucho has brought the best out of Pique/Messi (again, like seriously), Suarez, Roberto, Busquets, Iniesta, and heck - even Bravo.

At the end of the day, all a general is concerned about is how his troops do in a war, and by that it means all he’s concerned about is winning. Now, that win might come via guerilla tactics (bus-parking), hidden traps (like those lethal MSN counter attacks) or by plain and simple all-out end-to-end clash (also add freakish luck in case of a certain other coach).

Fact of the matter is - Lucho knows he’s made history, and no matter what the clingy-cantankerous #LuchoOut brandishing Barca fans say - that simple fact won’t change. Lucho is one of the best/most successful coaches in the history of the club, heck, in the history of football, so yeah the joke’s on you.

Deal with it.“

YOI skater facts from the website

This is just stuff from the official website that I found interesting.

Will contain some spoilers for skaters we haven’t met under the cut

Not sure if they met everyone likes Victor here but there ya go. But I can finish that sentence for your YOI website: “Victor started to get interested in Yuri and ran to Japan for a chance to touch that butt.”

We knew this but yeah Minami wanted to touch that butt and is probably a little sad after the kiss but not that much because he saw them together in person and clearly saw that Victor was gonna get to touch that butt instead.

So he yearns for Phichit but sees Leo as his ally while he skates? I dunno I still ship him more with Leo but maybe Leo is just the friend who helps him actually chat to his crush. Hard to say.

Now for skaters we haven’t yet met…

Keep reading

On Chapter 845

So, I read the chapter several times now, and I think I’m finally able to make something like an analysis.

So, I have to say I have very mixed feelings about this chapter.The reasons why I will talk about further down.

So, first of all:

What the hell is going on with that food? xD Like, what even was happening? xD

We’ve seen some pretty sick stuff in op, but I really didn’t know if I should laugh or be disgusted. In the end I laughed ^^’ Look at that face when Yonji took a bite god… I probably shouldn’t have laughed so much.

Anyways, moving on to the more serious stuff.

What I found more interesting than Sanji’s scene with Pudding, was definitely Luffy’s iron will and unbroken spirit once again presented in this chapter.

He’s had to deal with an hour-long battle against Cracker form which he suffered severe injuries, his friends are stuck in a mirror land chased by slenderman-lookalike, he got beaten up by his own crewmate, he’s hungry and probably dehydrated and dead tired and he freaking lost a tooth and he refuses to leave, seek shelter, recover or tend his injuries, because he promised said crewmate he’d wait for him.

Like, we all know Luffy is an exceptional character in every sense, and again these panels not only broke my heart, but they also, once again, reminded me why Luffy is so so dear to me and to the audience.

He goes against all reason for his friends, he puts himself through horrible torments for the sake of his friends. What an exceptional man, truly.

But that brings me to two points I want to talk about.

Yes, Luffy showed us once again his unbreakable belief and willpower. However, looking at the upcoming battle long-term, he puts himself in an even worse position than necessary. Yes, his decision to not eat anything anymore is understandable and noble, but also dangerous, not only for himself, who already is injured and weakened, but also for his crewmates.

Nami, rightfully, is worried and pleads him to come seek shelter, but Luffy is too firm on his decision, too proud and perhaps too narrowminded what his choices as a captain will do to his whole crew. Half of his crew are on enemy territory, out of his eyesight, out of his reach if they need help.

Of course, Luffy trusts them all 100 per cent. And yet, he’s risking not only his own life, but also the lives of many more, who are by far not as strong as him.

However, I absolutely loved him in this chapter and we will see what happens to him battling the enraged army. I truly hope someone - a saviour? - comes to help him, because even Luffy has his limits and he’s running a race against time.

And Luffy’s firm, standfest position brings me to Sanji.

I have to say I am still not entirely sure how to feel about that scene with Pudding. For me personally, it felt very out of character, for me it didn’t really feel like a one piece chapter anymore. Maybe I’m the only one who thinks that, but whatever.

I don’t want to go into detail about what he says, I think it was more than obvious. Interesting, however, is when you read between the lines.

So, we have the talk between Sanji and Pudding, where he narrates his story.

When he refers to the wristlets, he mentions briefly that their only “recourse” to steal the keys is to defeat her entire crew. He says “our”, at least in the translation, so that includes her, and why I find that weird, I will say in a moment.

But as we read, he illustrates the helplessness of the situation, he’s aware of his friends now being in unbelievable danger as they are on enemy territory, he doesn’t expect any help from his family (obviously), and he refers to Pudding as his only saviour in this moment.

I personally thought that felt very out of character for him. It feels like he told her that information of his past and present situation to get a certain reaction from her, whatever that may be.
Maybe I’m wrong, who knows.

Point is: What about his captain coming to save him?

Has he given up on Luffy already?

Here we got the semi-romantic last panel of this chapter. I don’t know if they are kissing or not (I don’t think so), but at the very least, it is perhaps the most intimate moment of a woman and a man together we’ve ever seen in one piece. Especially since it features one of the main characters.

I thought these panels, with an injured and beaten Luffy struggling against an army and Sanji, who supposedly gave up already and is ready to go through with the wedding, these panels stand in a pretty harsh contrast with each other.

There’s Luffy, bless his heart, who refuses to let go of his hope that Sanji will come back to him, who risks everything, not onyl his own life but also the lives of his friends and goes against all odds and battle Big Mama’s army.

And then there’s tragic Sanji, who shows that he has no hope left, neither for him nor for his friends. As though he lost faith in Luffy, in Nami, in the crew he loves so damned much.

I don’t know, maybe it’s just me, but I felt it was so weird for him to say those things. It feels weird that he has given up and he wants to sacrifice himself in order for his friends to leave the island.

Sanji of all people should know that it’s wishful thinking. In 800 chapters he should’ve learned that Luffy doesn’t give up and won’t let him give up, either. He should know that Luffy will fight his way through this, he’s always done that.

As I said, for me personally it felt very weird and strange to read Sanji say he has no hope for himself left. But people interpret things differently. But I don’t quite think he’s being all that honest.

And another thought on Pudding.

To make it short, I don’t trust Pudding at all. I’m not saying she’s not a good character, but as the wonderful @samiraheaven93​ put it very precisely, she reminds one of a “too perfect“ fairytale princess mary-sue.

And that does not suit one piece at all. Nor does it fits within the range of op women, who have always proved to be very complex and multi-dimensional characters. So I’m not quite buying her innocent appearance and sweet, kind behaviour.

Why is Sanji trusting her? He doesn’t know her at all. So why go out of his way and tell her things he didn’t even tell his crewmates in all the time they’ve spend with each other.

Of course, it could be because he gave up on his journey, so might as well come clean. But again, I can’t and don’t want to believe that he is serious. That he has given up on his adventure, his journey, his friends, his captain. His happiness.

We will see how this all plays out. Obviously I could be wrong. And the strawhat crew will lose a nakama this arc.

So, all in all, I found this chapter very difficult to somewhat analyse. The story twists very quite difficult to make sense off, so I’m sorry I can’t deliver a more coherent analysis. I could be wrong in every of my points, obviously.

In any case, I found Sanji’s and Pudding’s scene very strange, however the romance was put in a pretty intense and well-placed contrast with Luffy and Nami alone against the army of hundreds of enemies.

As usual, this is just my humble take on the events of this chapter. Be nice^^

However: If sensitive people here have a problem with me uttering my personal opinion and interpretation of a character or situation, please kindly do me a favour and unfollow me, better even, block me.

Larry, RBB, exposing accounts & stuff

I usually don’t trust exposing accounts - but I follow some of them, because some information might be interesting, no matter if the owners really know something or are just guessing stuff.

There is something interesting that I just found:

This is something that, in my opinion, could be true. Remember that Larry apparently filmed a coming out video back in 2010?

The same account tweeted some more things that are quite interesting:

I don’t know if that is really the date when they were supposed to come out, but I strongly believe that something was planned for October (and I don’t mean the Larry hug).

Actually, I think that October 16th would have been the date, because the famous RBB countdown actually started on October 10th:


On October 16th, One Direction had a concert in Dublin. And here is the reason why they would choose Dublin as the place where they would come out:

Especially as supporters of LGBT rights, choosing Dublin for their coming out would be a sign that they appreciate the results of the referendum and that they encourage other countries to do that, too. 

Even before the RBB countdown, we had these tweets:

Both talking about time. Probably about something that should be a new chapter, a new “era” - but actually the past is still here, it is present.

Talking about things that don’t really change: out of all the lyrics he could have tweeted from MITAM, why did Niall tweet exactly these (during the same period of time)?

Also interesting:

Both tweets (+ “for your eyes only”) make me think that he would like us to know the real him and the real boys - that would also mean the truth about Larry.

Also during the same days, Liam couldn’t go to the Attitude Awards…


Then, on October 16th, “Perfect” was released. I can’t imagine the management wanting Larry to come out the same day.

Here’s what Harry tweeted:

Words that give me a lot to think about: “try” (but not succeeding?) and “other side”. 


Later, the second part of the RBB countdown came - indicating that something could happen on October 25th. 

That day, “only” this happened:

To be honest, based on the RBB countdown but also on some other information (that I won’t disclose), my personal opinion is that October 25th 2015 was the real date when Larry got married or planned to do so (and yes, I know the theory about September 2013).

For the time being, I guess we can only hope that, one day, we will know the truth…

today, I found out something interesting information in the defense of astrology. the Reagan family had a personal astrologer the whole time he was in office, and she advised Reagan on when and when he shouldn’t travel and a lot of the decisions he made were under her guidance. this is where it gets freaky - she & many others had predicted the death of JFK. she had a vision one day that a man in office during 1960 would die a violent death while in office. the scariest part? she remembered seeing the letters o & d in the vision, and Kennedy’s assassinator was named OswalD
(notice the o & d.)
also another interesting case is where Carolyn Reynolds, a notable astrologer, was given the birth charts of four serial killers including Ed Gein, but she wasn’t informed of who’s charts she was viewing, and she came to the conclusion that all four had serial killer potential. so, just wanted to share that because there’s sometimes that things aren’t really a coincidence, and although not a science, astrology is more of a tool to enhance our lives, not dictate it, the stars incline, they do not compel ✨

current list of fics that i have finished/almost finished in the last month without internet

- 2 short les mis things that nobody will ever probably see except for rennie

- a short trc thing involving naps and fluff that likewise will probably never see the light of day

- a sequel to that fahc turnwood thing i posted on ao3 a while back (will be multi chapter. involves angst and violence)

- a sequel to that dallison fic i posted for christmas (pure smut. i have zero regrets and do not feel sorry at all)

- a different dallison thing that’s hurt/comfort and has been sitting in my wips folder for literally three years

- (potentially a third part of my dallison series love to hate and hate to love. unlikely that ill publish it but I’m working on it again)

- a dydia fake dating thing

we’ll hopefully have internet by next week, so im gonna be super fucking annoying and post a bunch of stuff that im sure none of u really care about

Kemetic challenge Day 1

I just realized I forgot to post this last night so here it is:

I’ve always found Egyptian stuff and the gods interesting. When I was a child my mom took me to an exhibit and I really enjoyed it. I got a little hieroglyphs funpack thing, a Bast bookmark, and a little Bast statue that now sits on my desk. I’ve always been interested in her especially, though as a child it was partially because I just like cats haha. It’s no surprise that she’s the first one I devoted myself to.

I first learned about kemeticism from someone I followed on tumblr who was devoted to Anubis, and the more they posted the more interested I became. I followed kemetic-specific blogs and read as much as I could. Everything just clicked. I was never one for “the one all powerful man in the sky” that I had spent most of my childhood going to church for.

But with multiple gods who have full personalities and that I can communicate with, it really works well for me. I’ve always been an atheist-leaning agnostic because I’m a doubter. I need something more than /just/ belief that a God exists somewhere. And these gods give that to me through communication.

I also just work really well with all the principles and lifestyle of kemeticism. There aren’t all these strict limitations and “you’re going to hell for doing one bad thing” kind of attitude. It’s a lot more in the way of being a good person and doing what you can to help and all that. And you’re allowed to make mistakes. People aren’t perfect and I needed something that reflects that.

Sorry, that got pretty wordy… I’ve been doing a lot more devotional work recently so I’m really feeling it right now haha. I commend you if you actually read all that :p

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Swap Meat (5x12)
I was watching this episode yesterday and I noticed this scene which I guess is often forgotten in all the hilarity of the subsequent episode. But I thought it gave a nice insight into baby Sam (with whom I am, of course, obsessed).

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Had a lot of fun at MTAC!!! (Though I spend too much time on my booth drawing commissions… )

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there are many great cosplays I didn’t get a chance to take photos to, ;w;
Finally get to meet @katsuyacrimson in reallife!!! It was a wonderful experience;w; 

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A very nice gentleman gave me his limited edition Deus Ex 3 cap with Adam’s voice actor’s signature on it!!!(and apparently the cap is the first of the 288!?!!!) Me so happy!!!!hdhsjscjsJfiekfBsksj

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Didn’t do a lot of print trades this time but I did found some very interesting stuff…Like that pixelaction figure thing…(the dude selling it doesn’t have Superman ;w; so Tony will do.)


Met some old friends and made some new friends, overall it’s a pretty awesome time,🤣

Oh, I wish you could swim

Like dolphins, like dolphins can swim

Did you ever wonder why exactly David Bowie has a dolphin tattooed to his calf?

Okay, even if you didn’t, here’s some educational stuff that I read and found beyond interesting and romantic. As it turns out, David Bowie read the short-story that’s pictured above back in the Seventies. In 2001, he wrote:

I thought it a magical and beautiful love story and in part had inspired my song “Heroes”. It tells of a twenty-two-year-old Italian boy, Camara, who has been stationed on the coast of Somalia at the end of the Second World War. One sweltering night brings the exhausted and beaten beauty Shambowa to his hut. She has escaped capture from a group of raiders who had intended to offer her to the slave-markets beyond the sea. Camara tends to her cuts and bruises and they quickly fall in love. At night, after making love, they would swim by the light of the moon, then, once again, lie together on the beach.

Shambowa reveals that she swims as if born and nurtured in the sea, catching fish withh her hands. She swims with the sharks yet does not get torn to pieces. She slyly jokes that the sharks are her “uncles”. One night a dolphin joins their swim, Shambowa excitedly claiming it to be a childhood companion whom she has not seen for many years.

Over the days and weeks that follow, the dolphin appears regularly to play and swim with Shambowa, sometimes even following the little dinghy that the boy uses for fishing. Then, seemingly from nowhere, Shambowa becomes ill with fever. There is little that the Italian boy can do in this isolated place and he has not the slightest doubt that Shambowa is dying. In the late evening, she passes away. That night, she appears in his dreams, shouting and clapping her hands so loudly that he awakes with a start.

He runs from his shack to the beach and finds the dolphin dragging its huge body onto the sand. Cut and bleeding, its dorsal fin in shreds, petrels and gulls are already swooping savagely for the daintest pieces. Though defending it as best he can, the poor creature dies halfway between the sea and the little shack. Camara digs a grave next to the one he had dug for Shambowa and buries the dolphin there, next to its lifelong friend, as though the dolphin’s destiny was somehow bound to Shambowa and the corpse could not just be thrown back into the sea.

While still living in Berlin, Bowie himself received the offering of portaying a young man in the film adaptation… of said story. Having read the piece and knowing that much of it consisted of Camara’s thought process, an adequate realization of the project seemed impossible.

For some years, he simply forgot about it.

Then, in the spring of 1991, Iman (who was living with Bowie since a few months at this point), received a script from her film agent.

“I’ve been asked to play, surprise, surprise, a Somali girl and they want you to play the European who falls in love with her. It’s the most beautiful story”, she said, “But not a movie, I don’t think.”

It was a screenplay, based on an obscure short story called “A Grave for a Dolphin”.

Things like that happen to us all the time. Incredible coincidences. Mystical, I bet.


In 1992, while being on tour in Japan, Bowie got the serenity prayer and a dolphin tattoed on the back of his lower leg, by a traditional Japanese tattoo artist. (The motif also contains a figure riding the dolphin and holding a frog in her hand, because according to Iman, David discovered that at every important event in their life as a couple, a frog was there.)

And, just for the fluff, here’s David Bowie being romantic a.f.

I’m glad our story doesn’t follow the one penned by the Duke. We love the dark velvet sky and the moon that throws streaks of gold onto the deep silver sea. We want to swim side by side for as long as we’ve been given, till one of us slips under the waves for the final time.

Fun insight for fans of Labyrinth:

So I got lost in Wikipedia as one often does and I found some interesting stuff out about the significance and symbolism of peaches (x):

  • “The ancient Chinese believed the peach to possess more vitality than any other tree” and peaches even came to symbolize immortality.
  • Momotaro or “Peach Boy” was one of Japan’s most noble and semi-historical heroes and went on to fight evil “oni” and face many adventures.
  • In Korea, the peach is seen as the fruit of happiness, riches, honours and longevity.
  • In Vietnam, it was by a peach tree that the protagonists of the Tale of Kieu fell in love.
  • The artists of Renaissance symbolically used peach to represent heart, and a leaf attached to the fruit as the symbol for tongue, thereby implying speaking truth from one’s heart.

So in my new head canon that only slightly varies from the one that I’ve had since I was sixteen is that Jareth not only gave Sarah the peach to distract her from getting Toby back, but because he loved her and he was trying to give her what he thought she wanted and needed: splendor and immortality and nobility and riches and love.

Confrontation
Mark Seibert & Patrick Stanke

First of all, thank you for all the likes and reblogs and messages these days. I’m a frequent theater goer and fascinated musical fan, and would like to share my experience and feelings during my musical adventure to peers here. However, please do not share any resource I post here outside tumblr. Besides, since my current internet status is not quite good, I may not response your request for any trading purpose. Thank you again for your attention and understanding.

Let’s get back to today’s feature. I found this interesting stuff from my collection and would like to share it. This is a concert version of a famous “split-personality” solo song - Confrontation from Musical “Jekyll & Hyde”. This version changed arrangements of this song from a solo to a duet, and it was interpreted by Mark Seibert and Patrick Stanke in Frank Wildhorn & Friends Concert. 

These two gorgeous soloists took me a totally different feeling of this song and it was quite amazing. Although the change from Jekyll to Hyde is a highlight part of this song when played by the same people, this version showed more conflicting and be even more dramatic and aggressive emotion to me, moreover, the ending duet high patch harmonized with each other perfectly. I’m willing to see Mark Seibert to take the title role of Jekyll & Hyde one day in the future if possible. Even for Patrick, I would like to see him take this role again so many year after, and I believe it will be very sensational. ; )