my friend has the same shirt as the lunch ladies ?!
(To Westboro Baptist Church)
"If you really believe in standing up to those threatening the Christian way of life," Hills said on his UK television program "The Last Leg," "how about putting your money where your mouth is, taking a direct flight to Iraq and picketing the people threatening to behead Christians if they don’t convert?"
Hills then took his suggestion a step further by making a generous offer. “I will personally pay for every member of the Westboro Baptist Church to fly to Iraq right now. I’ll even fly you first class and pay the carbon offset.”
Under the Dog anime project directed by Masahiro Ando (Sword of the Stranger, Blast of Tempest, CANAAN)
Under the Dog takes place in 2025 in Neo Tokyo, five years after a devastating terrorist attack at the Tokyo Olympics. In the wake of the tragedy, the U.N. formed a covert ops unit dedicating to seeking out, then eliminating those responsible for the attack. Anthea Kallenberg, a girl of Swedish descent is a member of this elite group who has honed her combat abilities and has become a deadly assassin, but must come to terms as to who she really is.
oooooh my goooood i’m hiking in fucking utah and i came across sollux carved into the goddamn million y/o sandstone
The online review Digibro spreads awareness of just how much anime depends on sales from SO FEW people, how we take it for granted, and how there are so many behind-the-scenes business horror stories that I wasn’t even aware of! Just be prepared for some really fast talking!
Watch it, for the sake of Digi’s broken foot!
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Some good points here about economic pressures and their effects on the anime industry, which explains why there’s so much creepy/terrible shit.
Explains why only three people in Japan bought Redline
All of this is information that any western anime fan should know. I almost feel like this should be shown looping above the registration lines at conventions.
If you want to take a bit of a more in-depth look at some of the things this video talks about, read this series of articles by Justin Sevakis over on ANN.