Me encantaría decir lo que pienso en este momento mi querido Amon, pero en vez de decirlo y empujarte a la ventana, llamar a Touka para que te despedace y enviar tus entrañas al Gourmet, quien quizás tampoco las reciba porque quiere a Kaneki (??), te dedicare una canción -Alza sus audífonos.-

"Uhm…"- Alzó la ceja, estaba dudando en pedirle que se retirara porque era una civil y estaba bastante ocupado pero no se molestaría que le quitara unos minutos de su tiempo-" …De acuerdo"- Agarro el auricular y empezó a escuchar la hermosa melodía.


San Jose’s victory music is a rap song by Matt Nieto. Seriously.

(My favorite thing about Matt Nieto is that Patrick Burke once made a Sharknado/Shark-Nieto joke, but this is a close second.)


A peaceful rally over the presumed massacre of 43 missing students ended with violence and destruction in Mexico City, with protesters calling for the president to stand down.
Thousands marched along Mexico City’s main boulevard, chanting for Enrique Pena Nieto to resign and waving blackened flags of the country in anger over the case of the missing students. They echoed ‘you are not alone’ to parents of the missing who joined the rally at the Angel of Independence Monument.
Dec2 2014


It has been 67 days since the 43 students were disappeard and probably massacred by the municipal police in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico. It has been 67 days of non stop protesting all over the country, and the world. 

We demand justice for everyone, we want no more police brutality, we pray for our brothers to come back home alive and well. We are not tired but we are fed up with lies and incompetence of the government we have. We haven’t given up but we’re desperate for answers and most of all actions to be taken against those who are responsible. 

They wanted to bury us but they didn’t know we were seeds. 

The government may not care about us, but we care about each other.

“The police in Iguala have been finding a lot of unknown tombs, but my heart tells me that our sons are still alive,” says Clemente Rodriguez, whose 19-year-old son Cristian Alfonso Rodriguez is one of the 43 Mexican students missing since September. Watch his interview on Democracy Now! today.


Studio Ghibli pillows by Roberto Nieto

Strong Message, by Abelardo Ojeda.

“Thousands of demonstrators in Mexico City watch burning effigy of President Enrique Pena Nieto during a massive protest Thursday night over 43 missing college students.”

> Mexicans are waking up. 

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"Holiday Sweater" by the San Jose Sharks