Whoah, cool. Just click on someone’s blog link from the dashboard, and BAM. Don’t remember that being here before (but do correct me if I’m wrong).
Hope kitsk doesn’t mind being the test case, oh-hohohoho. c:
Currently a graduate-school student at Stevens Institute of Technology; before that, did undergrad at Richard Stockton College of NJ. Formerly a math tutor for Stockton's tutoring center and EOF program, but (currently) I work professionally in database programming. Programming fiend. Math enthusiast. Music lover (and sometimes music maker). Entertainment fan spanning everything from movies, videogames, anime, memes, and much more.
epigenome replied to your post “Also, while I was out and getting chicken, I noticed that the Dunkin…”I had one before work the other day and they’re fucking AMAZING let me tell you. I had one of the ones with coffee-flavored filling and it was like eating…
"We need more data and two trials isn’t enough!"
I hope that is meant to be said in the-hammiest-possible Christopher Lloyd style.
Tumblr Muzak Challenge! Day 01 - A song that makes you happy
Sambomaster - Kimi no Kirei ni Kizuite Okure
The ending theme to Princess Jellyfish. Always liked it from the TV edit alone, but the full version takes it to a wholly different level. So fun, so rambunctious, there’s just no way that I could listen to this track and not end up in a better mood.
"LOVE IS COMING BACK!!!"
How do you argue with that??
But I’ve just about found the thing to re-engage it: a 30-day Tumblr song challenge!!! Combining two things that fit well within character—being an opportunistic fuck, and music.
Gotta thank starpiece for the find. :3
Now to reblog the relevant post with all the days and their categories, mostly for my reference, and then starting tomorrow…the challenge begins.
Let’s do this.
A nice long journal entry-type thing coming up. For those who don’t wanna see personal ramblings, freely move on. This is mostly for my own sake anyways. It’s a sequel of sorts to this thing from about a year an a half ago.
Regarding the post about the closure of Studio Ghibli:
1. I was not the source of the article, it was reblogged from elsewhere. It does clearly say it was reblogged from another Tumblr blog. I have been cited as the source on just about every website running this news.
2. Calm down. Here’s some further information regarding the Toshio Suzuki television interview. Even though the future of Studio Ghibli still seems pretty bleak, he wasn’t as explicit about their closing down as the original post made out.
The Kotaku article makes probably the most salient point right now: the Japanese news media would have guaranteed FLIPPED THEIR SHIT if Studio Ghibli’s closing was a definite—decades-long national treasure and all—yet they’ve not actually done that. I’d be even more encouraged with Kotaku’s take, though, if/when they publish some input from their resident anime reviewer Richard Eisenbeis, since a) he lives in Japan and b) also knows his fair share of Japanese.
Plus, the more straight-reporting, less commentary-intensive article from ANN seems to support that same translation. Overall, I’m cautious; hopefully there’s really that sliver of hope that Ghibli’s production wing isn’t gone for good just yet.
I walked into the kitchen at 5:30am and saw this in the sink… this isn’t my cat
And you may tell yourself!
“This isn’t my beautiful house!!!”
And you may tell yourself!
"This isn’t my beautiful sink!!!"