So, Sasuke has Itachi’s Sharingan-activated memories burned into his eyeballs, right? Because, if that’s the case, Sasuke Uchiha is the #1 living source of information on Kisame. Mannerisms, battle tactics… he could probably teach Killer B everything he needs to know about Samehada. Heck, he could write a short biography on the as-far-as-we’re-aware Last Hoshigaki.
It wouldn’t be unlike a wandering ninja to start self-publishing…
Ted Bundy’s sentence following the Chi Omega trial
Count Two and Three of the Indictment (Murder in the first degree) : Sentenced to death by electrocution.
Count One of the Indictment : Sentenced to confinement in the State Penitentiary for a term of 99 years, sentence to begin at the expiration of sentence imposed in Counts Two and Three of the Indictment.
I finally saw The Great Comet today. I’ve had no luck with winning the lotto for this show, but my sis and I checked the TKTS booth today and luckily they had some seats left! I’m cheap so we didn’t spring for the on stage seats, but rather the rear mezz so we could see the whole thing.
Definitely not a traditional show. I enjoyed it, but going in with no context besides “it’s got unique staging and there’s been some drama lately,” I had no idea what to expect. No clue about the plot. Music. Anything. Maybe a mistake on my part. Not the best show I’ve seen, personally, but I appreciate the diversity and ingenuity and non traditional-ness of what it wanted to do. I definitely felt a sensory overload.
I also got this egg thing during… idk what song to shake because… I dunno why. But it made me a part of the show so that was fun.
Am I allowed to say Anatole was my favorite character probably? Like I loved every part he was on (even if because of mic probs or character choices I couldn’t always understand him??)
Some of the music was killer tho so I’m 99% sure I’ll go listen to the soundtrack on repeat.