"It’s a promise!" - anime character thats about to fucking die
If it WERE one Universe.. I learned 2 things about US History this summer.
1. Bucky Barnes shot JFK
2. Magneto took the fall
so i started watching kuro no basket. its awesome.
what she says: i’m fine
what she means: I’m staring into a lightless abyss. Steve Roger’s unconditional loyalty to Bucky Barnes has made me a shell of a human being; the fact that Bucky saved Steve’s life without even really knowing who he was has crushed my soul. If you’re not here to talk to me about the winter soldier, don’t talk to me at all. I’m with you til the end of the line, pal.
Akira (1988) vs Stronger - Kanye West (2007)
This makes me so happy.
Kanye west is in the holy trinity of weeaboos
Remember when Kanye homaged AKIRA in his Stronger video? Me too. :)
Remember when Kanye got mad at some random top 10 anime movies video on youtube cause the kid who made it had Spirited Away at #1 and Akira at #2
i get so happy when i see bucky & sam included in gifsets w/ the avengers i start to act like some proud parent like hEY LOOK THERES MY BABIES LOOK AT THEM LOOK AT THESE BABES I LOVE THEM SO MUCH
Part of growing up is learning how to survive in the world. Naturally, we all want to know that our parents love us and want to watch out for us. And yes, there have been tragedies that are related to teens. But the result of that has been paranoia. Teens have replaced postal workers as America’s cliched powder kegs. Either we’re “dangerous” or else so helpless that we need schools turned into armed camps to “protect” us. And freedom of expression becomes completely stifled, lyrics to music become suppressed, and everything gets blamed on Marilyn Manson or something.It’s like… everyone likes to look at things as black or white, except there are hues of grey and it’s all somewhere in the middle. Well, that’s what teens are— in the middle of being kids and being adults. Except we’re not as cute as kids, and adults condescend to us. Treat us like we’re kids while expecting us to be adults. No, “act” like adults. That’s what we’re told. Like it’s all a game. And it’s like adults are saying, “We have to help teenagers so they don’t napalm a nursery school or something”. Well, y’know what? We’re not the enemy, and we’re not babies to be protected! Maybe, like, what we need is less protecting and more be listened to!