Hi Hajimama... I wan to ask. Like there´s a lot of things that are gonna change in the characters felling after Armin´s dead. I thin Mikasa and Eren are maybe get close and determinated because of his friend sacrifice. But About Jean, he was really important to Armin too, they where very close. I´m concerned about him. Is mikasa going to comfort him?
modest mouse was amazing and I’m so glad I got to see them and my literal only gripe is that they didn’t perform Coyotes and Ocean Breathes Salty bc they performed both songs at other stops on the tour
but literally everything else was marvelous and I almost cried during the very first song because I didn’t think they’d perform The World at Large and that’s how they opened the set, and I was not prepared to get that emotional right off the bat
and they performed Dramamine, Custom Concern, This Devil’s Workday, and a whole bunch of other songs I love and did not think they’d do, so that was A++++! I put the full setlist up on setlist.fm already, but I’ll post more about the concert tomorrow when I’ve had a chance to sleep
I try to avoid discussing any social or political issues on this blog (other than gun control, obviously), mainly because I don’t want to deal with the fallout when some 14-year-old Tumblrite decides I’m literally Hitler/Stalin/Satan/Trump/Hillary for not agreeing with their pet cause of choice.
However, in times of true crisis one cannot stay silent. Some issues are too big, too important, to not take a public stand, consequences be damned. I simply must speak my mind. What follows are not opinions, these are objective facts and anyone who disagrees is a deviant sub-human:
Based around the idea Kaneki can’t get any work done when Tsukiyama’s around nudge, nudge, wink, wink
It had been a week since Tsukiyama had last seen Kaneki. Apparently he had a mission that was much too important for his ‘sword’ to be involved with. He didn’t understand. Surely he would be more help on the mission than sat in his bedroom at home, bored out of his skull, watching cat videos on the Internet. Tsukiyama leaned back in his chair, he was starting to get restless. He needed to speak to someone - to be entertained. He clicked off the video and opened his Skype. His contact list was pitifully short but Hori was always available. Except she wasn’t tonight. Tsukiyama cursed his Little Mouse under his breath. How dare she be out having a life when he was practically housebound. He was about to slam his laptop shut and just go to bed when he realised Kaneki’s icon had a green circle next to it. Without thinking Tsukiyama clicked on his name and waited for Kaneki to answer.
“What?” Kaneki’s voice came through the speakers and Tsukiyama’s heart soared. He was so happy he answered. Yet it was even more wonderful than Tsukiyama could have imagined - Kaneki was shirtless and damp? A towel hung loosely over his shoulders, and if the camera quality was any better Tsukiyama would have been able to see the water droplets falling from his hair. It was enough to render him speechless for a few moments.
“What?” Kaneki repeated, somewhat irritated.
“You’re at home?” Tsukiyama answered, suddenly feeling somewhat dejected.
“Yeah,” Kaneki looked around his room confused, “I never said I wouldn’t be.”
“But… You told me to stay away, that you were on an important mission and couldn’t afford to be distracted.”
“I am! I can be doing all those things and stay at home you know. Tokyo isn’t that big.”
“Do Banjou and Hinami still get to see you everyday?
"Well of course they do we live to-”
“Why aren’t they a distraction?”
“Are you jealous?”
“Non! I just want to know why they’re allowed to see you when I can’t. It doesn’t seem fair to me.”
“Because…” Kaneki gestured blindly at the screen a slight blush forming on his cheeks, “you know.”
“I’m afraid I don’t Kaneki.” Tsukiyama sighed.
“Banjou doesn’t suck me off at 1am because he’s bored!” Kaneki shouted embarrassed. His head snapped round to stare at his door, to make sure no one had heard his outburst.
“Well, I should hope not.” Tsukiyama agreed, feeling a little bit better about the ban currently placed on him.
After a double homicide a “psychic” offers to assist the FBI and he leads them to five other buried bodies. But soon the team suspects him to be involved in the murders himself, so they track down Jane to help find out the truth.
Teresa Lisbon Quote:
Lisbon: I just can’t run away from my work. This job is too important to me.
I.. I dont know what to say.. I mean, thank you!!! But never forget that you’re important in this community too bc each and everyone of us has an important role to keep this community fun and spreading the love nyaaa!!! <3 <3 <3
“When I was young, my dad always let me listen to comedy albums. I always knew about comedy, I always loved comedy.The day that I saw Whoopi Goldberg on television, I cried so hard, because I kept looking at my daddy going, ‘Oh my god. there’s somebody on TV that looks like me! She looks like me! Yay! I can be on TV! I can be on TV! I can do it! Look at her look at her! she looks just like me.‘”
The first thing that struck me when I saw how upset so many fans were was that in all the criticism of her death, people seemed to be treating Lexa as though she were the only queer girl on the show. As if Clarke, the bisexual protagonist of the show, didn’t count. The more I read about how queer girls had pinned all their hopes on Lexa, the more it felt like Clarke was being dismissed as a queer girl role model, because she happened to be in a relationship with a guy in the beginning of the show. Never mind that she’d had relationships with two women since. Everyone was talking about the queer girl who died, but no one was talking about the queer girl who’s still alive. The queer girl whose story this show ultimately is.
When talking about this point with a fellow fan of The 100 over Twitter, this particular fan brought up the oft-repeated misconception: “also, way more bisexual women in media (usually w/ men) than lesbians.” I pointed her to the recent study GLAAD did analyzing LGBTQ+ characters on television that I linked to in my post about bisexual representation on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which states that of the 59 LGBTQ+ characters on TV last year, 39% were gay men, 36% were lesbian, 15% were bi women & 5% were bi men. There are more lesbians on television than bi women and men combined.
We shouldn’t ever ignore the history of how LGBTQ+ characters have been depicted and treated on television, but we also shouldn’t ignore the ways in which representation has changed for the better, while clinging to a status quo that doesn’t exist in the same way anymore.
giving peridot a tablet was a stroke of storytelling genius
such an excellent way of showing us her thoughts and feelings and how she processes and deals with the world around her and what does and doesn’t come natural to her and her frustration when she can’t find an answer to these questions
You need to associate with people who inspire you, people who challenge you to rise higher, people who make you better. Don’t waste your valuable time with people who are not adding to your growth. Your destiny is too important.
Ok so there’s a scam email going around supposedly coming from Niantic about Pokemon Go saying that they are going to “start charging $12.99 a month” and that “we will lock all accounts that don’t pay in 24 hours”. This is NOT A REAL EMAIL FROM
NIANTIC. You don’t have to pay anything, so please don’t worry, don’t panic and continue to have fun catching them all.