on the 24th of August, as we all
remember, is Agni’s birthday. A reason to remember once again what a pure, and
kind, and gentle person he was. (Though I’m sure we have never forgotten.)
was an incredible person even for the manga, which is overfilled with
incredible persons. Being indeed the epitome of a butler, he had been certainly
much more than a mere butler. Agni was
just exemplary – in every way. He has set a great example of how the person
could really change and become as better as it possible. He seemed to be an
awful man before. Awful to that extent that he should have been hanged
(probably for a murder(s)). And then – we see him as incredibly faithul, always
eager to help, and most good-hearted man ever. And more – he was even trying to
help others get better. He managed to go all this way from the culprit to the
really nice person, so he is a great fighter
in every sense of the word.
have shown – to everyone of us – how it’s supposed to love your dear ones. He
was so selfless for Soma – and he was happy to be so dedicated to him. And it
has nothing in common with all the “debt of a servant”. His whole life, till
the very last second, was filled with this love, and even whilst his very last
seconds he was smiling – just not to hurt his loved one even more. (I’m pretty
sure he wasn’t even screaming from pain – an enormous pain, by the way.) He did
not deserve anything that was happened to him. But – he had accepted his fate
with such a dignity that his name is now written in golden letters in
the history of Kuroshitsuji.
truly a ray of light in this dark
and cruel world.
We won’t ever say
“goodbye” to you. We will never forget you.
if you compare missing Ray to missing Monty you are literally an unintelligent human being. there’s quite a huge difference between missing someone who is still alive (and who you can still watch his content) to missing someone who has passed away and the only content available are old videos. it’s very distasteful and, in my opinion, rude.
Happy National Ghostbusters Day! Our boys are back in town! Starting today, August 28th, 2014, you can watch Ghostbusters at local theaters in the US. Rest in Peace, Harold Ramis. You are very much loved, and so dearly missed. Xoxo.
Rest in peace, Charles and Ray Eames. Charles Ormond Eames, Jr., and Bernice Alexandra Kaiser met at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan and were married within the year, beginning a lifelong, highly successful collaboration in design (think: Eames lounge chair), architecture (their own abode, Eames House), and mutual respect and admiration (Charles said of Ray, “Anything I can do, Ray can do better”). In one of those curious twists, Charles died on this date in 1978 at the age of 71, and Ray died on this date ten years later in 1988 at the age of 75.
Stamp details: Issued on: Jun 17, 2008 From: Santa Monica, CA SC #4333
I’ve never been affected by a characters death like this before…fuck. I’ve been crying for like 3 hours. this shits not fair. christ. She was so cute and pure and sweet and literally held such a soft place in my heart like i m getting SAPPY here.
I’m still processing it. There are too many queer characters killed off in TV for shock value and this was sadly an unnecessary exploitation of a LGBT black woman. Not fucking cool, at all. But I’m also glad that they addressed the topic of police brutality and how white people are always made out to be the victims of their own goddamn crimes. And how the media doesn’t even care to mention the Actual victims name. it’s sickening. They deserve so much more than that.
But, for now, Rest In Peace Poussey. You were such an inspiration to many.