So. I was watching the second season of Haikyuu!! Bc is my favorite and I notice this:
Right after Tora tells Kenma that KageHina are taking supplementary classes and Kenma is like “oh..”.
Well the start to show all the school that are there.
And it’s when the thing stared.
FIRST: They show some players warming up, between them there’s Bokuto FUCKING POSSING
Then they show the Ubugawa player. Right after the players warming up and Bokuto IS STILL POSSING.
Then the Shinzen guy- players warming up- BOKUTO.POSSING.
AND THEN IS TURN FOR BOKUTO TO HAVE THE FULL SCREEN.
Players warming up and guess what BOKUTO FUCKIN STILL POSSING.
SOMEONE PLEASE GIVE THIS CHILD HIS OWN SHOW.
I know it might be something that the animators didn’t want to spend time changing the players positions but it’s hilarious to me.
It’s like he’s breaking the fourth wall.. he’s like Deadpool or something
(Sorry if I misspelled some words. English is not my natural lenguaje)
Steve Dangle helped me figure out why I’m so disappointed with Sidney Crosby
Dangle said in his latest podcast that if Sidney Crosby at the end of his life wants to look back and be remembered for being a good hockey player and nothing else - then he is doing everything to achieve that right now. But if he wanted to be remembered for being a great hockey player and a good person, he would have to start speaking up for people less privileged than him.
And that is exactly it. Sidney Crosby is undoubtedly one of the greatest hockey players of all time. But he has never done a You Can Play video, has never actually spoken up about racism and homophobia in the league, has not helped to make the sport he loves so much a safe space for everyone and now he is going to shake hands with a white supremacist in the White House.
He could actually change some things. As the face of the NHL, his words carry a lot of weight. He could help make an actual fucking difference.
Yes, he is a good hockey player. And if that is all he wants to be, than that is fair enough. But I sure wish it were different. I sure wish the kid who got bullied when he was younger would stand up for others now. Instead he is shaking hands with the biggest bully the country has to offer.
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