You know it’s a bioware game when you can appreciate the three years they put into the storyline, the thousands of hours they put into the gameplay environment, and the twenty minutes they put into the hairstyles.
Request: “Could you pretty please gif the moment when Jughead’s Adam’s apple bobs in anxious deliberation just before he says “Also…”? #episode6 #omg” Lol. “Anxious deliberation”. What an amazing description haha… well, Ye’ asked so here it is ~
(talking to INFP and INFJ "freely" gives away some "secrets" about self)
I don't know how you can just tell people your life story...
*later that day*
(pokes INTP) Hey, remember my guarded friend?
Close enough. What do you think of how she doesn't like to reveal things about herself?
Well, if you don't have much to guard, you'll be that much more careful about what you reveal, right? One coin from a small storehouse is more noticeable than your ENTP warehouse of "WTF-where-did-all-this-sh*t-come-from?!".
You know it's quite amazing because people think you're being honest and social when you tell a story from your past because the level of detail and theatrics that go into the story-telling, but you really only tell 12-13% of what really happened.
Yes, and that's usually enough for people to open up to you and spill one of their valuable guarded secrets. *sigh* Humans are so easily manipulated.
don’t have to separate these things with Jefferson. He can have written this incredible
document, and several incredible documents, that we all, sort of- with things
that we all believe in. And he sucks.
think those are both true, and those have to be both true. I think we really
have to stop separating them, ‘cause that’s when you get into trouble. That’s
when you stop letting people be whole people.
Hi, can you please enlighten me on that whole Studio Ghibli closing thing? And Miyazaki's retirement? Like Is he retired now? And is Studio Ghibli closed forever? And what about this "new Ghibli studio" called Studio Ponoc? Too many questions sorry lol and thank you for this amazing blog.
Studio Ghibli has never been closed, but Hayao Miyazaki had officially announced his retirement in 2013 after the release of The Wind Rises. That said, he also retired after the release of Princess Mononoke in 1997, and then went on to make Spirited Away. Hayao Miyazaki has work ethic and animation in every fibre of his being, he will never sit still and retire, no matter how often he announces it. Only one thing will retire him from his work, and hopefully not for decades to come.
Last year he started work on a short film that was to be shown exclusively at the Studio Ghibli Museum, called Boro the Caterpillar. But it seems that Hayao Miyazaki was unhappy with the short length of the film, and has decided to make it in to a full feature length movie, expected to be released in 2019.
Studio Ponoc is a new animation studio, comprised of animators that used to work for Studio Ghibli. Their first release,
Mary and the Witch’s Flower, is directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, who had directed The Borrower Arrietty and When Marnie was There for Studio Ghibli. Animators need to pay their bills and feed their families, and they can’t sit on their hands for years on end while Studio Ghibli stagnates. So that is why we have Studio Ponoc.
I hope that answers everything ^____^ If you have any more questions, feel free to ask. I don’t get many asks these days. xoxox