I am not the kind of reviewer who gives a blow-by-blow comment on each individual track. I think others have done that well enough in their reviews, so I will spare the details of my opinion. those are Solid Heavy Metal Albums, well worth the money :P , Highly recommended for any Heavy Metal fan. see you next year. KEEP THE METAL ALIVE!!!!
RULES: tell us some one favorite characters from ten fictional works (shows, films, novels, etc.) & tag some people. TAGGED BY: no one, i straight up stole this from @mxdam TAGGING: if you read this you have to do it, too late
bellatrix lestrange black, harry potter.
celia hodes, weeds.
gigi geniveve squalor, a series of unfortunate events.
jordan baker, the great gatsby. (she’s gay; nick is her beard)
@essex-alpha tagged me to post my top 6 photos for 2015. I feel like things really turned around in the later half of the year, and have taken a solid direction in feel and style. Hopefully 2016 continues this trend - there are some cools toys coming out that need photographing.
top 5 amelia shepherd moments of 2015 2. she’s leaving home: “except today, i yelled at richard, who was only trying to buy me coffee. and then i went and i scored oxy from this junkie doctor.” “but you haven’t taken any?” “not yet. but i might. that’s the thing; i really actually might. i have been sober for 1,321 days, owen. it was fine. it was managed. but i might.”
What you really need to know about Baltimore, from a reporter who’s lived there for over 30 years
“It was only a matter of time before Baltimore exploded.
In the more than three decades I have called this city home, Baltimore has been a combustible mix of poverty, crime, and hopelessness, uncomfortably juxtaposed against rich history, friendly people, venerable institutions and pockets of old-money affluence.
The two Baltimores have mostly gone unreconciled. The violence that followed Freddie Gray’s funeral Monday, with roaming gangs looting stores and igniting fires, demands that something be done.
But what to do?
Baltimore is not Ferguson and its primary problems are not racial. The mayor, city council president, police chief, top prosecutor, and many other city leaders are black, as is half of Baltimore’s 3,000-person police force. The city has many prominent black churches and a line of black civic leadership extending back to Frederick Douglass.
Yet, the gaping disparities separating the haves and the have nots in Baltimore are as large as they are anywhere. And, as the boys on the street will tell you, black cops can be hell on them, too.”
Israel’s top military electronic surveillance unit expelled dozens of veterans on Monday for refusing to spy on Palestinians living under occupation, Army Radio said.
The commander of Unit 8200, named as Brigadier-General “A”, barred the 43 reserve soldiers who wrote to prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and top army chiefs in September, saying they could no longer serve in the unit, the radio said.
Coming a few weeks after Israel’s 50-day war against Islamist militants in the Gaza Strip, the letter was seen as an unprecedented rebuke of Netanyahu’s security policies but the military dismissed it as a publicity stunt by a small fringe.
By decrying the sweep of eavesdropping on Palestinians, and the role such espionage plays in setting up air strikes that have often inflicted civilian casualties, the move opened a window on clandestine practices.
“We refuse to take part in actions against Palestinians and refuse to continue serving as a tool for deepening military rule in the occupied (Palestinian) territories,” the Yedioth Ahronoth daily quoted the letter as saying.