Keith: (lying face down on his bed) I can’t believe I said ‘neat’, Shiro. ‘Neat.’ Nobody says ‘neat’ anymore! It’s the goddamn 21st century!! It’s not neat to say neat, but I said it anyway because I’m! A huge loser!
Shiro: (idly turns magazine page) Hey, don’t beat yourself up. Everyone gets nervous sometimes. Remember what happened when Allura confessed to me?
Keith: Didn’t you like, thank her?
Shiro: (closes magazine to stare at the ceiling) I thanked her.
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Pride: “Sorry losers and haters, but my I.Q. is one of the highest–and you all know it! Please don’t feel so stupid or insecure, it’s not your fault”
Sloth: Days after the crisis in Puerto Rico, Trump spent his weekend playing golf instead of working.
Wrath: “…when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now, out, he’s fired! He’s fired!’”
Envy: President Obama had one of the biggest inauguration audiences ever seen. Trump… not so much. Despite this, Trump’s press secretary declared, "That was the largest audience to witness an inauguration, period. Both in person and around the globe."
Are these the lies of an envious man? I invite you to judge for yourself.
So we have the deadly sins covered. How about the commandments?
1. You shall have no other gods before Me.
A bit philosophical, but I would say Trump worships money and power before any deity.
2. You shall not make false idols.
Trump is his own idol. Evidenced by the fake framed Time magazines with him photoshopped onto the cover posted proudly in his golf resorts.
Trump’s narcissism has reached near legendary levels.
3. You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.
"President Donald Trump says the Navy should ditch longstanding plans for electro-magnetic catapults for its aircraft carriers and go back to goddamned steam."
Ah yes, goddamned steam. The devil’s energy source.
4. Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
Instead of attending any kind of church, here is a lovely picture of Trump golfing… on a Sunday.
Poorly, it seems.
5. Honor your father and your mother.
He has honored his father by accepting a small loan of a million dollars, building up a fortune, making horrible business decisions, and eventually declaring bankruptcy six times. Some might say he tarnished the family name.
He has honored his mother by never really talking about her and pretending she barely exists.
6. You shall not murder.
"In Donald Trump’s first 7 months as President, we tracked 1,196 alleged incidents in which we assess at least 2,819-4,529 civilians died.”
He is on pace to out-drone Obama in his very first year.
7. You shall not commit adultery.
Sorry. I couldn’t contain myself on that one.
During divorce proceedings, Trump pleaded the fifth 97 times to avoid admitting to adultery. In his infamous Access Hollywood audio recordings he said, “I moved on her like a bitch. But I couldn’t get there. And she was married.”
He clearly takes marital bonds very seriously considering he has tied the knot 3 times
8. You shall not steal.
Trump stole $258,000 from his own charities to help settle legal disputes. He also took over his son’s charity for sick kids with cancer and used it to make profit.
He literally stole from kids with cancer.
9. You shall not bear false witness.
On average, Trump lies about 5 times per day. In his first seven months in office, he tallied a total of 1,057 false or misleading statements.
10. You shall not covet.
This commandment used to be about your neighbor’s house and his super cool donkey that was far better than your crappy ass. I’m not sure that applies to modern day coveting. For this commandment I decided to return to Time magazine. Trump has coveted being Time’s “Person of the Year” for quite some time. Some might say he is obsessed with it.
It all started back in 2012.
“I knew last year that @TIME Magazine lost all credibility when they didn’t include me in their Top 100.”
Later that year…
“The Time Magazine list of the 100 Most Influential People is a joke and stunt of a magazine that will, like Newsweek, soon be dead. Bad list!”
In 2015 they finally did put him on the cover. He seemed to change his tune a bit.
“On the cover of @TIME Magazine—a great honor!”
But then he changed his mind again.
“I told you @TIME Magazine would never pick me as person of the year despite being the big favorite. They picked person who is ruining Germany.”
His fellow super religious and non-creepy friend, Bill O'Reilly, backed him up.
“Thank you @oreillyfactor for your wonderful editorial as to why I should have been @TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year. You should run Time!”
After the 2016 election, Time finally gave in and named him “Person of the Year."
"Thank you to Time Magazine and Financial Times for naming me "Person of the Year” - a great honor!“
(Fun fact: Hitler also won in 1938!)
And that brings us to now, where Trump decides to "low-key” covet this “great honor.” Apparently he is much too busy getting people to say Merry Christmas to accept the award.
“Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named 'Man (Person) of the Year,’ like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!”
*cough* Bullshit! *cough*
And that is Donald J. Trump… impressive Christian role model.
In the spirit of Trump’s Christmas crusade, I invite you to look upon this hellscape beautiful Christmas scene with his lovely wife, Melania.
And if the final trailer is anything to go by, the parallels between Rey and Kylo Ren (a former apprentice of Luke’s gone rogue, remember) will become even more apparent.
“From the script [of The Force Awakens], to seeing the film for the first time, I felt like the dynamic between those two is fascinating and complicated and had a lot of potential,” grins Johnson. “That was one of the things I was really excited to figure out ways to get into, on this one.”
The gasp-inducing sign-off to the trailer suggests Rey reaches out to Kylo to “show me my place in all of this”, although Johnson assures us that if you’ve seen the trailer, you shouldn’t think you know it all. “We all love the trailer because we look at it and we say, ‘God, it looks like it sells the cow, but it doesn’t.’ Not because it’s tricky or it’s misleading you, but because there’s just a lot more… It doesn’t give you answers, it gives you questions, which is terrific.
(lying face down on his bed) I can’t believe I said ‘neat’, Jace. ‘Neat.’ Nobody says ‘neat’ anymore! It’s the goddamn 21st century!! It’s not neat to say neat, but I said it anyway because I’m! A huge loser!
(idly turns magazine page) Hey, don’t beat yourself up. Everyone gets nervous sometimes. Remember what happened when Clary confessed to me?
Didn’t you like, thank her?
(closes magazine to stare at the ceiling) I thanked her.
Thanks for the japanese magazine called Illustration, for which I’ve done cover, calendar and big article with interview, I’ve got a chance to meet and talk with my favourite mangaka ever, Kei Toume, the creator of “Sing Yesterday for Me”. ✨
This moment was so big I still couldn’t believe it, because her manga had changed my life. I were studying at architecture college back in Russia, but I always felt that this is not actually what I wanted to do, and it were killing me slowly.
At this time I discovered Kei Toume’s works, and thanks to them I got out of the depression and realized what I really wanted to do. I want to create stories, inspire and empower people. Manga, anime, games were only my hobbies at that time, and I only dreamed about creating something like those titles that were giving me hopes and happiness, and I never thought that I can actually be a part of the world I loved so much.
Thanks to “Sing Yesterday for Me” I decided to not abandon my dreams and work harder for what I want to achieve, which led me to where I am now - live in Japan, work on the projects I never even dreamed to work on, and be the happiest version of myself that could ever be.
Now I’ve met with the creator who’ve done so much for me without even knowing it, and there is not enough words to express my gratitude. 🌟
The photo is the joint sketch board we’re done with Kei Toume for the magazine, and I got really lucky to actually own it in the end. This one will took a place on the wall at my workplace to always remind me that dreams are actually comes true.
hi if you don’t think Taylor Swift should be apart of TIME’s person of the year because she “didn’t do anything” then maybe look at the stats of women legally pursuing their sexual assaulter’s after she won her own sexual assault case