Guys, since I have an idea in my mind, I’m searching for a certain picture (I’ll find it XD), and in the meanwhile, I found this page from ch. 73:
I have noticed only now that Sebastian is reading a Latin poem here. So, I curiously searched for it (also because I studied Latin at high school. Yes, in Italy we still study Latin XD). Well, this excerpt: “ Sunt aliquid Manes: letum non omnia finit, luridaque euictos effugit umbra rogos. Cynthia namque meo uisa est incumbere fulcro, murmur ad extremae nuper humata uiae” is the part that Sebastian read (sorry but I can’t help myself imagining Ono-san reading this XDD)… anyway, this is from Propertius’ “Elegiae”, a collections of love poems, mostly dedicated to Cynthia. This is the seventh elegia from the fourth book, in which the woman is dead, she appears in a dream and re-assures her beloved that their love is everlasting, even in the Underworld. Now, apart from the love side, the part that is interesting is the first one of the sentence: “Sunt aliquid Manes: letum non omnia finit, luridaque euictos effugit umbra rogos”. I don’t know how many of you know Latin, so I hope you would like to help me, but translation is like: “There is something in the spirits of dead people: not everything ends with death: a livid shadow won, escaped the fire”. Now, “rogos” is technically the pyre, and it can be intended like the ritual of burning the corpses, but considering that Yana-san always puts hints and foreshadowings in un, this sentence looked so interesting from the 2CT point of view. The first part seems a reference to the Bizarre Dolls (not everything ends with death), but the second part (a livid shadow won, escaped the fire)… well, what if this is a hint of real!Ciel’s fate? :3 @abybweisse, @midnight-in-town (sweetheart, do you want to know a thing? XD The first word I read was “Manes” and I thought of the mundus manes in Kushiel’s Scion XD) , @thedarkestcrow, @akumadeenglish What do you think?
Są ludzie którzy maja predyspozycje do wjebania się i cokolwiek by nie robili i tak to się stanie. Już tak po prostu jest. Czy to będzie mefedron czy heroina, nie ważne - jeśli będziesz chciał non stop być w tym stanie to poplyniesz, a będziesz chciał, juz chcesz i to normalne. Jeśli nie masz radości z życia to już pewnie nie będziesz miał bo poznałeś “syntetyczne szczęście” i to ono stało się twoim wyznacznikiem. Czasem lepsze jest zaakceptowanie i życie z uzależnieniem niż powstrzymywanie się i mówienie sobie na siłę “ja tego nie potrzebuje”.
is anyone else with executive dysfunction protective of the chores they’ve been given?
Say for example someone told you to wash the dishes. due to executive dysfunction you don’t get it done immediately. Then someone (maybe the person who told you to wash the dishes in the first place) tries to do it so that it gets done and you’re like No NO NON ONO I was going to do that!!!!
This is me. a lot
I think it’s a defense mechanism against the idea that I’m lazy or that I’m not interested in doing chores, or that I don’t do enough to help.
like if I ACTUALLY didn’t want to do the dishes i’d just let somebody else do them. but i do want to do the dishes so i want to make sure the person who does them is me.
The most essential line of communication in the Beatles ran between Lennon and McCartney, and now that was interrupted, in both emotional and physical terms. McCartney felt judged, excluded, rejected. His partnership with Lennon was non-sexual, but it ran deeper than anything he had ever experienced with a woman. It underpinned his self-belief and his status in the world. Seeing Lennon focus on Ono rather than him was as devastating as it would have been for Cynthia Lennon to witness the couple making love.
I think yoko is an awesome artist who rarely receives the credit she deserves. The yoko hate that cycles itself through the fandom is so offensive and one dimensional. Ive seen so many people bash yoko for such random things, ive even seen extremely racists posts about her, honestly people are so disgusting.
I feel like people never actually take the time to learn about yoko before criticizing her. Yoko was well established artist and musician before her partnership with john. She was a classically trained pianist and pioneer in conceptional art. Despite the backlash she received for her groundbreaking feminist work she continued to create new art and share her messages.
Ono’s fundamental contribution to the formation of Conceptual Art was involving the audience into the completion of the work. It is designed so that anyone can make it - a crucial dimension of its meaning.Ono was one of the strongest feminist voices to emerge from the art world in the 60s. Her Cut Piece (1964), a first for feminist art performance, invited audience members to take turns cutting off her clothes using a pair of scissors. It also brought the audience into close contact with the artist, which was a new concept and crossed traditional boundaries. (x)
While people will criticize her relationship with john, she was an incredible support source for him. She encouraged his individuality, and help him pursue his career as a solo artist. She introduced john to feminism and peace activism and helped inspired some of his greatest works such as imagine.
Yoko suffered from many tragedies in her life from having her daughter stolen her to witnessing her husbands assassination, and being a constant target for negative media. Despite all this she was always very charitable, and spoke on issues that are important to her.
To watch people throw around petty opinions about how she is such an awful person is extremely unfair. Honestly i feel like yoko hate stems from all the negative press published about her when the media wanted to blame her for the beatles’ break up. Im not saying yoko is perfect, im very aware of that and the problematic things she has done. Just like im aware of all the problematic things the beatles have done. So honestly it doesnt seem fair to attack her while acting like the beatles are innocent angels lmao.
Anyway i think yoko is pretty dope and i wish more people gave her the respect she deserves.
La película de Koe no Katachi será lanzada en Blu-ray y DVD el 17 de mayo del 2017.
La película se estrenó el 17 de septiembre en cines de Japón.
Amazon Japan ha catalogado a la película de Anime adaptación del Manga Koe no Katachi (A Silent Voice) por Yoshitoki Ooima, para ponerse a la venta en disco Blu-ray y DVD el 17 de mayo del 2017 en Japón. La película se estrenó el 17 de septiembre del 2016 en cines de Japón.